Winterdaze's Wonderful Crunchy Bread
This is one of those easy things you'll want to make time and time again.
Take two slices of bread at room temperature, and place inside a toaster oven. Make sure the device is plugged in. Pull the lever down and wait.
The intense heat from the oven's elements actually causes the bread to undergo a metamorphosis into a light, crunchy and delicious snack.
I like to spread them with lots of strawberry jam, for a sweet strawberry flavoured treat at any time of the day.
Hot, freshly made "laAbuela" brand tortilla (the best non homemade tortilla you can get!)
Spread some crunchy peanut butter all over that bad boy
Lather some honey on it here and there
Roll it up
Fold the ends up so the sticky and delicious honey doesn't get all over your manicured hands
Consume the delicious
EDIT - Hey! 700th post! Am I man now?!
Chocolate covered bacon.
If you find this in a candy store, you will have to pay ~$10 a pound. What they don't want you to know is that it's super easy to make on your own.
Chocolate of your choice (I prefer Hershey's milk chocolate)
Bacon of your choice, not thick cut.
You will need:
2 pots of similar size, or 1 double boiler
A cookie sheet
The key to melting chocolate is using a double boiler. Basically you boil water, then place the chocolate one layer over the boiling water. This makes it so the chocolate can't get hotter than the boiling temperature of water. If you don't do this, your chocolate will burn.
I don't actually own a double boiler, so I just put one pot on top of the other. If you have 2 pots that are the same diameter, they will fit inside each other and it'll be an awesome time.
Set the oven to 350, cook the bacon for 20 minutes. When you take it out, place it on paper towels to dry all the grease. You don't want a lot of grease when you go to cover it in chocolate.
Cover the bacon in chocolate, then place it on wax paper and put it in the fridge. It'll take about an hour to fully solidify, after which time you can enjoy!
This was my dad's creation. I find it awesome. You'll need the following ingredients. (please note, in my family we tend to ballpark quantities)
Some large boiled shrimp, de-veined, peeled, beheaded, all that jazz. We just want the succulent, cholesterol laden meat of the shrimp
One avocado, diced
Soy sauce (say... quarter cup)
About a tablespoon of Thai Sweet Chili Sauce
So get your soy sauce and sweet chili sauce. Mix them together. Start with a little and add more of either to taste. It's all personal preference, really. Now, put your shrimps and your avocado chunks into the mix and toss it or stir it or whatever.
It's awesome. I ate that stuff like there was no tomorrow and I hate avocados.
So, I was in my kitchen the other day, and I decided to try something odd, instead of my usual ramen or my occasional double WH0PPER from Burger King. What I did was I took out a medium glass bowl, egg beaters, and two serving spoons. I grabbed a banana, one cup of cheerios, and one ounce of peanuts, proceeding to unwrap them carefully. I then put them all into the glass bowl and started to mix with the egg beaters until well-stirred. Then, I poured the—what I now call—Alex Mix F15-style substance into a plastic zip-lid container, and cooked in my microwave for 5 minutes on defrost. Once that was done, I concocted a well-mixed substance of non-alcoholic beer, 2% milk, and stale soda. By now I bet you're wondering what the two servings spoons are for. Well, one is for my Alex Mix (F15 style), and the other is to drink my stale non-alcoholic 2% milk drink thing from a bowl instead of the usual glass cup. Now, on my first sip of my lunchbox-contained Alex Mix, I literally regurgitated the contents of my mouth into what I thought was my bowl, but was actually my bowl-contained drink. Then, to wash the nasty taste out of my mouth, I grabbed one of the serving spoons and took lots of little cat-drinks until realizing that I was drinking my stale non-alcoholic 2% milk concoction. I then proceeded to ralph in my garden.
The End. Try this for yourself and see! Remember, they have to be shelled peanuts, though.
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[nameless grilled meatloaf blue cheese barbecue sandwich]
1) Take a slice of meatloaf (preferably left-over), and begin heating it in a frying pan. Add salt and ground pepper to taste.
2) Once both sides are satisfactorily brown, place it on whatever bread you plan on using
3) Add blue cheese (blue cheese dressing works in a pinch), then barbecue sauce (but not enough to make it soggy)
4) Add the top piece of bread, then throw it in a sandwich press. If you don't have a sandwich press... I dunno, use your imagination.
5) Press/grill/whatever until you feel it's ready.
Also: Oreos with cream cheese are delicious. I don't have to tell you how to prepare those, do I?
Oreos with cream cheese? That sounds amazing. *_* <3 Must try that ASAP.
back to being a non-edible pastry