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thedeadpooltoyourspiderman:

night1703:

jamilalikemanila:

HOLY FUCK

THE ENTIRE GAME HAS CHANGED

YOU SEE THESE FUCKERS RIGHT HERE

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THE STORE BOUGHT COOKIES THAT NO OTHER COOKIE EVER TASTES LIKE?? AND PROBABLY ARE MADE WITH SECRET GOD-LIKE ADDICTIVE INGREDIENTS??

YOU CAN MAKE THESE FUCKERS AT HOME

THEY’RE CALLED LOFTHOUSE COOKIES AND GOOGLE ‘EM AND FEEL JOY

DUDE.

For those of you who bake this is the recipe

OH CHRIST, WHAT? YESYESYES, I BUY BOXES OF THESE THINGS, AND HIDE THIS SHIT IN MY ROOM, SO NONE OF THE FUCKERS IN THIS HOUSE CAN EAT THESE ORGASMIC DISKS OF JOY. HOLY FUCKING SHIT, I CAN MAKE THEM? THIS IS HAPPENING. THIS IS WHY THEY SAID THE WORLD IS ENDING. BECAUSE EVERYONES GOING TO EAT SO FUCKING MUCH OF THESE, WHEN THEY CAN MAKE THEM AT HOME, THAT THE PLANET WILL BE FILLED WITH MOANING SNORLAX - LIKE HUMANS, BEGGING FOR MORE COOKIES. JESUS, YES. 

(Source: jamilathescylla, via jamilathescylla)

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So this happened. And that’s not even all of them - my entire (rather large) crisper drawer is filled to the top. So far I’ve got carrot cupcakes cooling on the counter and Roasted Red Beet and Carrot Borscht on the stove (using the last of the beets, huzzah).
I’ve got a couple thoughts about to do with some of them, but I would absolutely love new ideas if anyone has a favorite recipe or two. :)
Caveats:
Vegetarian and Vegan recipes only please. If all that is required to make a recipe work is a simple swap (veg stock for chicken), that’s cool too.
Soy-free. Again if it’s an easy fix (cashew milk for soy milk), it’s fine. Miso is also fine (possibly because it’s fermented?). Regardless, it doesn’t make me ill.
Nothing raw. OAS is a joy, really.

So this happened. And that’s not even all of them - my entire (rather large) crisper drawer is filled to the top. So far I’ve got carrot cupcakes cooling on the counter and Roasted Red Beet and Carrot Borscht on the stove (using the last of the beets, huzzah).

I’ve got a couple thoughts about to do with some of them, but I would absolutely love new ideas if anyone has a favorite recipe or two. :)

Caveats:

  • Vegetarian and Vegan recipes only please. If all that is required to make a recipe work is a simple swap (veg stock for chicken), that’s cool too.
  • Soy-free. Again if it’s an easy fix (cashew milk for soy milk), it’s fine. Miso is also fine (possibly because it’s fermented?). Regardless, it doesn’t make me ill.
  • Nothing raw. OAS is a joy, really.
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Tigers & Strawberries: Easy Everyday After-Work Curry That Anyone Can Make

Barbara’s original recipe calls for chicken, but around here it gets turned into a vegetable medley (tonight’s mix: yam, carrots, cauliflower, green beans, and peas). I’ve found that there’s normally enough sauce for at least 3 lbs of vegetables.

The optional shredded coconut is a really good addition. Most of the time I toss the browned onions into the mini chopper with the garlic, ginger, etc for a completely smooth sauce.