Looks amazing!!! 👍👍
Since I'm bad at following the rules I hereby resubmit my wife's charcuterie board.
If it's of any consolation I grew the tomato's, strawberries and peppers (which were pickled) hydroponically, made the fig jam and baguette from scratch and a friend of mine makes the dried sausage.
Oh my sweet Lord. You thought of everything.
3rd comment asking for a recipe. Please my mouth is watering
When this was originally posted 6 months ago, OP said they used this recipe. they drew the strawberries themselves. You probably won't get an answer from this person since they never made this.
It looks nice especially for kids
I’ll accept your challenge
Sorry, I only deassemble.
I’d love to see a much larger one!! Update me
It looks delicious.
And his head cracked... 😂
Damn straight! ;)
Something about them reminds me of a 90s bowling alley. I mean this as high praise - love them!
It's mainly vanilla, but the top layer is chocolate.
Is it chocolate based?
Is it because both are sticky?
Damn those roses look cool. You did those yourself, too?
Thanks, yup! I followed Stella Parks’ recipe for them (from Serious Eats).
it kinda looked like a pizza wit a shit load of pepperoni /sub/misleadingthumbnails
Yeah, I didn’t time myself but I definitely gave myself a whole morning to work on them. Once you make the first couple you get the hang of it, though!
Is that hollandaise a slice of cheese or what
You’re sure that’s eggs Benedict
Looks like you melted a cheese slice on a poached egg that's sitting on ham that's sitting on a toasted sandwich. Not sure this qualifies as Benedict.
That looks upsetting.
I disagree with you on this one, if the onions were caramelized it would resemble the meat to much in texture, lose flavor and soak up the sauce. I think leaving them raw adds another level of texture, and flavor to the sandwich. I vote raw!
McRib: Wh-who are you?
Homemade: I'm you, but tastier.
Question: would the onions not be better caramelized, or do you prefer the crunch of fresh?
What I'm saying. This would be porn to me if those boys were sauteed.
My friends and I all take turns cooking a meal on Saturdays and they all said they liked it :3 Also, it's a really cool way to 1. eat a good meal once a week 2. explore and expand your cooking abilities 3. Have a great time with friends!
Do it! It has been super fun for us.
That’s a unique and wonderful idea. I’m going to suggest that to my group!
This looks so good!
Not OP but the trick is to let them dry 30-40 min prior to baking to form the skin. I found that if I put them in too early they crack.
Yup. They're not actually painted on. I used food markers to draw them on :p
They are still fabulous. I still say you should do a YouTube channel making these and all the different kinds. And you know, if you're selling them, I'd totally be a customer.