They don't have the thyme.
Why do people always post stuff like this with no recipe. I need this.
I really enjoy the use of herbs, and aromatics, in desserts like this. It rounds out the presence of the berries, and brings a more floral note to each bite. Nicely done.
I would let that eat me.
Is that chard instead of lettuce, weird.
Live Brie or Die Chard
Am quite the fan of sushi but i am not sure about this one.
Edit: damn this is the highest upvoted comment I've ever had, and all i had to do is say something about sushi.
I've done it before and the burger just completely falls apart and becomes a poke bowl. It reminded me of the Mitch Hedberg bit about escalators becoming stairs.
EDIT: Also I used big uncut slabs of salmon and tuna so mine had much more actual fish in there. And a ton of wasabi and big slices of avocado. So the resulting poke was fantastic.
It needs nori around it like some burgers are half wrapped in paper.
or the cheese is too thick
What the hell is wrong with you? You one of them lactard intolerants?
Those are absolutely adorable!
Here's a little information about them.. They're traditional French macaron shells with a vanilla buttercream filling. The "paint" I used to decorate them with is a food gel & water mixture that is basically an edible equivalent to watercolors.
Thanks!! I really like saying your name out loud
With vanilla blanket*
Would you like some donut with your glaze?
With your face.
How do I pick it up?
The fuck is this fancy shit? I can barely get my ratio of milk to cereal right
Simple fool proof recipe only 3 ingredients.
-1 lb breakfast sausage(I like spicy)
-1/3 cup flour, I always do a rounded 1/3 cup, I like my gravy on the thicker side
-1 qt whole milk.
Cook the sausage, breaking up to a crumble.
Once done sprinkle the flour around the pan with the sausage and stir in for a few minutes. Don't worry if it sticks to the pan a bit, it's soaking up flavor!!!
Pour in the milk and continue to stir until it comes to a simmer or low boil. The gravy will thicken at this point
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Ladle over biscuits and eat.
Edit: Tip, it's perfect for crumbling the meat, once it starts to cook just use it like a you would on potatoes until you get the crumble size you like. Don't use on non-stick surface. It's also good for shredding chicken or pork just push down and give it a turn.
No no no. Parsley and hot sauce on biscuits and gravy is blasphemy. Trying too hard to make them look fancy. Shoot me a line and I can give you a few tips. Decent effort, but I won't pardon you from the one, the only.......NEXT!!!!!
As a Brit I find this highly confusing.
That's not a sandwich. That's a pork mountain with some bread on top.
It's barbecue sauce with a side of pork garnished with bread
Not enough barbecue sauce, you might still be able to taste the meat.
It's a checkered piece of paper with an unconventional paperweight.
My homemade cakes look like cardboard slathered in cream cheese.
Nah that’s two hat boxes and a couch cushion
It is it's called cake lace. Its like a paste and you spread it across a silicone mould then bake it and once it's cooled down you have a flexible delicate lace thing
I've been foiled and I'd have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for those meddling kids
Is it safe to put that much cocaine on it?
They should be called Lemon Escobars
THESE LEMON BARS ARE SO GOOD I CANT FEEL MY FACE!!!!!!
Ingredients:1 cup butter (softened) 2 cups white sugar 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour 5 lemons (juiced) 4 eggs Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). In a medium bowl, blend together softened butter, 2 cups flour and 1/2 cup sugar. Press into the bottom of an ungreased 9x13 inch pan. Bake for 20 minutes in the preheated oven, or until firm and golden. In another bowl, whisk together the remaining 1 1/2 cups sugar and 1/2 cup flour. Whisk in the eggs and lemon juice. Pour over the baked crust. Bake for an additional 20 minutes in the preheated oven. The bars will firm up as they cool.
I'm obsessed with Buffalo sauce. Please take my upvote with a side of bleu cheese sauce.
Hello everyone, OP here. I see everyone still asking for the recipe. I think my comment with the recipe isn't showing up or something. Please upvote this so people can see the recipe.
So I started off with seasoning the wings with salt, pepper, garlic powder.
I dusted with cornstarch until covered.
Put in the fridge for at least one hour.
Melt a stick of butter, add a cup of hot sauce (I used Louisiana) garlic powder, and black pepper.
Mix and simmer
Fry in hot oil
Dip directly into sauce, and bake till crispy.
Top with fresh ground black pepper.
I hope this finds you all in good health and hope you enjoy these wings as much as we did. Thanks for the luv GG
As a Person from and living in Buffalo, Bleu Cheese is the only thing to dip them in.
Or you coulf dip them into even more buffalo sauce.