Has anyone ever actually tried making the /co/-related recipes that pop up sometimes?
I made the Larfleeze Christmas cookies, they were really yummy
Only a couple pages from random parts of the books. Sandwiches and burgers, mostly.
quads confirmed. Maids are better than magic
wtf Dr. Strange
you know what, I think i like that better than any of these
They require preparation a bit... But one of the is just plain sandwiches, the other is just "Eat things from the refrigerator".
Green Arrow's chilly alone would require a lot of time and preparation to make.
I feel like Strange was just personally offended that they asked him to participate in the cookbook. Muttered something about "I've read the Pageless Tomes of Shig-Diggerath, now they want me to do cookbooks" and then told their readers to just eat raw shrimp and onions, fuck this.
i wish they would at least try tho.
They basically just told you to make sloppy joe out of the can.
I respect these for being recipes despite being disgusting but really? grilled tomato?
THIS IS A REGULAR COOK BOOK BUT WITH MARVEL THINGS PLASTERED OVER IT!!
>Thor's vegetable soup
>First ingredient is meat
I'd have been disappointed elsewise
There were some buns, that the back of them was closed. The things you put in there couldn't escape and fall down. I wonder if that would be good for a sloppy joe (Still I have no idea what that is) , since it sounds messy.
loose ground beef in sause.
Like chili but different
>all that shit wrapped into a pancake
I get that it's supposed to be a pick and choose sort of thing but is there documented proof anyone has bothered with stuffing everything into one of these?
I'm suddenly realizing that I have no adequate way to explain the concept of Sloppy Joes to someone with no prior knowledge of Sloppy Joes.
How can something so simple be so god damn hard to explain?
lol I'm sorry anon, but there are none
Super heros are too busy to know how to cook and comic creators survive on fast food
>Mixing applesauce, oatmeal, jelly, and sloppy joe, among other things
You might as well lick off the inside of your garbage disposal if you're going to mix all that shit together
I was wrong, it looks like DC guys actually know how to cook somewhat
Wow the DC ones are really superior
I dont know why this is so funny to me
could only find a shitty version
>I'll take a double triple bossy delux on a raft 4 x 4 animal style extra shingles with a shimmy and a squeeze light axle grease make it cry burn it and let it swim.
Does anyone have that screenshot?
Ok, captcha's being a bitch and i'm tired guys, last one.
and remember kids, eat like a dc, not a marvel
Seriously why do the DC ones look so much better? Hell, they even fit the characters.
>Superman gets easy-to-make pancakes and healthy food
>Wonder Woman gets refreshing drinks that an athlete might shill for
>Aquaman gets fish recipes but they're unconventional mixes that you might makes if it was your primary meal, instead of just "cook fish"
Meanwhile Thor has fucking cabbage rolls and Captain America eats French bread.
>orange slice and swedish fish both optional
That's just a glass of orange soda with a scoop of ice cream
This one just pisses me off. You have Black Panther, the King of an African superpower nation, a nation with thousands of years of culture and access to all the plants and animals of the African biosphere. With all that, and the privileges of being the sovereign ruler of an entire nation... apparently the best thing Black Panther can do is "cut the crusts off a few sandwiches and then open a bag of chips."
>tablespoon of brown sugar
Fuck why didn't I ever think of that?
You know what? I really fucking like Chef Ollie. They're doing this in the show but they could definitely afford to do it more.
Definitely with the chili too, I just went to a chili cook off last week. I need to try this recipe.
I like to think Luke Cage got all his substitute swears from his Grandma.
what about if Scarlet Witch obliviously went to a Christmas party to check out a magical mystery and it was full of Sexy Santa girls and such and thought everyone was dressing up as her and performing some ritual for her
Posting the rest of the Mighty Marvel Superheroes Cookbook from 1977.
Pic related is what >>78195052 comes from.
>tfw Howard gets roasted and screams "Waaaaaaaauuuuuuggh!"
>eating more of Namor's friends
>Real Chocolate Frosting recipe crossed out
>not using sugar is advised
>all those crossed-out stuff and suggested corrections
What's the fucking point of all of these?
In this day and age, everyone is able to make their own Super Hero Cutout Cookies.
That's it for that cookbook.
What's your verdict on the foods and recipes featured in the Mighty Marvel Super Hero Cookbook? Have you tried them in real life?
>You can do anything you want with me!
He should really make that one.
>here kids drink this cocktail and you can be as fast as me
>all the chemicals you can find in a crime lab
>1. mix everything
>3. stick your fingers in an outlet
depending on when these are from, salmonella might not have made its way into chicken reproduction yet
its actually a relatively new thing
and if you're a healthy person, its quite rare to get
it's been a while since i've seen a /co/ck/ thread too
They're basically metal spikes that go into a potato. The metal conducts heat, which cooks the inside of the potato faster. This also means the overall cooking is more even since the outside isn't cooking longer than the inside.