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Post recipes you think deserve attention here down below |here
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Here is a nice dessert I like
 
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Oreo Cheesecake

 
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Hallucent’s Badass Meal Time v1.0

 
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My sister goes to Le Cordon Bleu in London

 
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This is delicious, I don’t care what anyone else says

 
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i make a penut buter sanwich and this is how u make it:

1. u get ur favorite bread
2. u get ur favorite jelly
3. u get ur favorite penut butter
i like white, strawberry, and creamy.
4. u spread ur jelly and penut butter on seperate breads
5. put breads together
6. u eat it

its rly delicious.

 
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Delicious,Healthy and Easy-to-Make Chicken Salad

 
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i love to cook

 
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today my mom made soup lol
i think it had like potatos in it but it was good so im sure u can find it if u search for soup with potatos!!!!!!!

 
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Originally posted by VoodooCoffeeGuy:

Steak and Twice Baked Potatoes for our dinner special!

that looks really good!!!!

uh today i had a poptart but i put it in the toaster so it was like a lot better lol!!!

 
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Yummy Gravy Fries

 
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This is our Snack Special!

Originally posted by VoodooCoffeeGuy:

Yummy Gravy Fries

 
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Thank you.

Originally posted by boa152:
Originally posted by VoodooCoffeeGuy:

Yummy Gravy Fries


That actually looks pretty good.

 
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Dessert Time!

 
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>Implying we have the ingredients to make shit everyday.

 
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Originally posted by Hallucent:

Hallucent’s Badass Meal Time v1.0

That’s big time awesome. Anyone who disagrees is a lowly idiot.

v2.0 please.

 
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Voodoo’s Badass Breakfast
1. Take a bowl and a packet of oatmeal
2. Rip open the packet and let it’s insides spill upon the bowl
3. Dump a cup of milk in it
4. Shove it in the microwave, set it to 2:30 and shut the microwave door
5. Turn the microwave on
6. Meanwhile, acquire a mug, pour some drinking water in it and force a teabag into it
7. Place mug on oven and boil it for a minute

 
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lol bread with chocolate:
open chocolate pot
pick knife
put knife in chocolate
put knife on bread
repeat.

 
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Originally posted by Asdfret:

>Implying we have the ingredients to make shit everyday.

Speak for yourself

 
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This is a Willette family recipe, so I’m giving it to you
Get Taters, Lawry’s Seasoned salt, salt, pepper, frying pan, canola oil
Pour oil into pan and throw thinly sliced taters in
Heat Stove to 475 degrees F and place pan on
Let them sit for 5 minutes, tossing them regularly and shake seasoned salt, salt and pepper on
Every few minutes, shake spices on
When taters are crisp at the edges, they are ready
This is great for Breakfast and Lunch

 
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Tartiflette Toastie

1 tbsp rapeseed or olive oil 2 bacon rashers or a slice of cold ham, cut into small strips 1 cold cooked potato (baked, boiled or even roasted), thickly sliced 1-2 tbsp crème fraiche or double cream 1 large, thick slice of bread 3-4 thickish slices (about 30g) cheese Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper A few crisp, bitter salad leaves such as chicory, radicchio or frisee, to serve

Method
How to make tartiflette toastie

1. Heat the oil in a small frying pan over a medium heat. If you are using bacon, add it to the pan and fry for a few minutes, until cooked. Add the potato and fry until it is heated through and starting to colour a little. If you’re using ham, add this now and stir well until heated through.

2. Stir in the crème fraiche or cream and allow it to bubble and reduce for a couple of minutes. Remove from the heat and season to taste.

3. Toast the bread, pile the mixture on top, then cover with the sliced cheese and whack under a hot grill. As soon as the cheese is melted and bubbling, whip out from under the grill and transfer to a plate. Serve at once with a few crisp leaves on the side.

 
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Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:

Tartiflette Toastie

1 tbsp rapeseed or olive oil
2 bacon rashers or a slice of cold ham, cut into small strips
1 cold cooked potato (baked, boiled or even roasted), thickly sliced
1-2 tbsp crème fraiche or double cream
1 large, thick slice of bread
3-4 thickish slices (about 30g) cheese
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
A few crisp, bitter salad leaves such as chicory, radicchio or frisee, to serve

Method
How to make tartiflette toastie


1. Heat the oil in a small frying pan over a medium heat. If you are using bacon, add it to the pan and fry for a few minutes, until cooked. Add the potato and fry until it is heated through and starting to colour a little. If you’re using ham, add this now and stir well until heated through.


2. Stir in the crème fraiche or cream and allow it to bubble and reduce for a couple of minutes. Remove from the heat and season to taste.


3. Toast the bread, pile the mixture on top, then cover with the sliced cheese and whack under a hot grill. As soon as the cheese is melted and bubbling, whip out from under the grill and transfer to a plate. Serve at once with a few crisp leaves on the side.

Forgot to add source http://www.channel4.com/4food/recipes/chefs/hugh-fearnley-whittingstall/tartiflette-toastie-recipe

 
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Yummy Gravy Fries

Christ, I can feel a heart attack coming on just looking at that atrocity.

 
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Cajun spiced Scrambled Eggs

1 or 2 Eggs,
500ml Milk
1 knob of butter

Add all of the above in a pyrex (microwaveable dish) heat on full power for 5 minutes.
Mix with a fork, chuck mixture in a hot dry frying pan, sprinkle on cajun spices and paripka toss for 2-3 minutes.

Serve