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Old 05-12-2014, 10:42 PM   #41 (permalink)
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I know I've posted this in another munchie thread but my all time favorite stoned snack is
a bowl of multi grain Cheerios with honey and a handful of roasted, unsalted peanuts.
The best bowl of honey nut cheerios you'll ever taste.
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Whole fresh Jalepeno's from store
Philadelphia cream cheese
Bacon.

Cut jalepenos longways, then in half. should get 4 pieces from one whole jalepeno. Take out seeds and spine with knife, and stuff a chunk of the philadelphia cream cheese in each piece. Then wrap each piece in either 1/2 or 1 piece of bacon. (i like to add some of the seeds into the cream cheese as it makes them even spicier)

Bake at 350 until bacon gets to your liking and smash
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Old 05-13-2014, 02:32 AM   #43 (permalink)
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that satay stuff sounds way better than cheddars and doritos xD NOM.
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Old 05-13-2014, 06:03 AM   #44 (permalink)
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Easy cobbler

1 cup sugar
1 cup flower
1 cup milk
berries or other fruit

mix it up, oven 250 for, well, until it's done

then add vanilla ice cream
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Old 05-13-2014, 06:45 AM   #45 (permalink)
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Whole fresh Jalepeno's from store
Philadelphia cream cheese
Bacon.

Cut jalepenos longways, then in half. should get 4 pieces from one whole jalepeno. Take out seeds and spine with knife, and stuff a chunk of the philadelphia cream cheese in each piece. Then wrap each piece in either 1/2 or 1 piece of bacon. (i like to add some of the seeds into the cream cheese as it makes them even spicier)

Bake at 350 until bacon gets to your liking and smash
I'm gonna try this. Sounds good.
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Old 05-13-2014, 09:08 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Seconded. It sounds yabba-dabba-delicious.
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Old 05-13-2014, 11:19 AM   #47 (permalink)
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I hate threads like these cuz it reminds me of what a yuppie i am.

My fridge basically contains whatever i get from GrubHub and Peapod.
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Old 05-13-2014, 03:00 PM   #48 (permalink)
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I hate threads like these cuz it reminds me of what a yuppie i am.

My fridge basically contains whatever i get from GrubHub and Peapod.
wtfs a grub hub and peapod?

being sincere kompy, honestly dont know.

is it like a trader joes>?
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Old 05-13-2014, 03:05 PM   #49 (permalink)
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GrubHub

Peapod

Think of them combined as the amazon for food.
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Old 05-13-2014, 03:46 PM   #50 (permalink)
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I made your jalapeno bacon things wiseco..

but I wasn't thinking and bought serrano peppers instead of jalapenos and THEY ARE SPICAY!
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I use Seamless sometimes, but only cuz I know a kid who works for GrubHub and he's a supreme cock, I'd like to do everything I can to not economically support him in any way. Altho I think Seamless and GrubHub are the same company now.
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Kitch, love the sound of your Blue Cheese dip....I'ma have to try that one, I LOVE Blue cheese! I buy natural made blue cheese dressing and a container of crumbled blue cheese and add mega amounts of extra cheese, for salad, dipping with celery or carrots... Yum!
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bufalo chicken dip

1) coat the bottom of a pyrex dish in cream cheese
2) mix a can of chicken (pulled apart), a cup or so of blue cheese (preferred) or ranch dressing, some franks or louisianna hot sauce, and some mozerella, put it on top of the cream cheese
3) throw some more cheese on top
4) cook it in the oven for a while
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Old 05-13-2014, 07:02 PM   #54 (permalink)
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sketti from honey boo boo (hard time food)

1) cooked spagetti
2) butter
3) ketchup


yes it sounds terrible and its basically just carbs, fat, sugar but when its all you have its surprisingly good
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tuna melt (yummy as fuck and easy)

1) lay out two pieces of bread on a baking sheet
2) mix mayo and tuna (water packed) in the can, put on top of bread
3) put cheese on top
4) oven until cheese melted, bread toasty
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sketti from honey boo boo (hard time food)

1) cooked spagetti
2) butter
3) ketchup


yes it sounds terrible and its basically just carbs, fat, sugar but when its all you have its surprisingly good
That sounds revolting. No offense to your taste or anything but damn, I felt slightly queasy reading that lol .. it's the ketchup. Something about ketchup with hot, wet pasta...
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xil coming out of the gate hard with poverty food
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So I guess blending spinach is a stupid fucking idea because it doesn't work. Oh well at least I have a little blender now. It didn't come with a lid though. It was missing from the box.
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That sounds revolting. No offense to your taste or anything but damn, I felt slightly queasy reading that lol .. it's the ketchup. Something about ketchup with hot, wet pasta...
oh its not good, not by any means, but it's about as cheap as you can get and not absolutely terrible....hard time food when you're down to a few basic ingredients

More poverty food:

desert toast
1) toast bread, melt butter onto it, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar

fried polenta
1) mix corn meal, a dash of salt and water, boil it until it's mushy like mashed potatoes, spread it on a cookie sheet and put in fridge for a bit
2) cut it into strips and cook it in whatever fat/oil you have
3) eat it plain or dip it in mayo/siracha mix.

dandelion salad
1) young dandalion shoots (greens), yellow dandalion heads, whatever berries or fruit you can find in the woods (around me it's blackberries and paw-paw fruits)
2) some olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. lemon juice if you have it
just make sure you don't get the dandalions from somewhere that sprays

edit: acorns, you can usually get a bunch of them for free, just make sure to pick htem up before they start to rot. what you need to do to make them good is soak them in water, which will turn a funky color. change water and repeat until the water stays clear and flavorless. the goal is to get rid of all the tannins (bitter parts). put them in a beef broth soup with some veggies.
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So I guess blending spinach is a stupid fucking idea because it doesn't work. Oh well at least I have a little blender now. It didn't come with a lid though. It was missing from the box.
my sister drinks spinach smoothies all the time, the trick is to add some liquid like milk or silk almond milk (which is really good, unlike that soy milk shit)
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