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Not gonna lie
I like this channel despite it being pretty faggy
Nino seems some degenerate slope but the ASMR audio and large simple shapes please my autism
I'm not much of a coooker, but whenever there's an new Nino, I watch

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Hey bakers,
Would you care for joining our inter-board competition, the Infinity Cup 2020? All you have to do is make a thread over at https://anon.cafe/icup/ with your own team and we'd be happy to let you in.

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A lot of us are probably stuck at home with the corona stuff right now so this thread is dedicated to post quick dishes you may cook with limited supplies.


Rice is the best padding for any meal. Buy different seasonings as well. Soy sauce is a god send. Canned chicken can be eaten with seasonings straight or mixed in with some broth to make soup.

Dumb NIgger Chicken Soup:

1 Can of Chicken
1 Can of Tomato Paste
1 box of chicken broth
1 Box of Pasta
1 Onion
1-3 Clvoes of garlic
black pepper
Rosemary is you got it, any other flavors you like if not.
any veggies like carrots and celery

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bunker bump

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Do not use pre shredded cheese unless you're a lazy nigger


Very aesthetic pizza


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I made two pizzas from the dough up, used mozza and feta with bacon on one, just cheese on the other. Was going to do a bunch of photos but my kid really wanted to help and they're in a bunch.


>my kid
come on now


Do you even have pizza to post?

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>mexican cuisine

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yall niggas up for some ghetto ass cooking?

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How do I learn to cook Jews?


One serving or several?


One serving of six million


Oh you.

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3 TBS Flour
3 TBS Sugar/Sweetener
3 TBS Hot Coacoa Mix
1 tsp Baking Soda
3 TBS Melted Butter
3 TBS Milk(add as much as you need until you get the right consistency. You want wet, but not watery).

1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a coffee mug.
2. Melt the butter, add the butter to the dry mix.
3. Add the milk.
4. Stir it all up.
6. Put the coffee mug in the microwave for 1m 15s. It might take longer if your microwave isn't BCC(built for cake in a cup).

You can also leave the baking soda out, substitute an egg, and add a little less milk if you need to. Just make sure to cook it a bit longer because of the egg.

Enjoy getting fat making mini-cakes!




more like chocolate cuck in a cup


I might try this


I tried the recipe, absolutely delicious. I was skeptic at first but I loved it. The texture was impressive, I expected it to have that typical nasty microwaved feel to it but it wasn't rubbery nor overly dry, it was great. I like how little ingredients it takes too, preservation aside a gallon of milk could last you months of cakes.
I don't think there's many recipes out there that are this delicious, this easy, this quick and this cheap simultaneously.
Much cheaper than buying cake mix and yields a better result too.
It probably becomes awful if you let it cool, though. But hot, it was amazing. Thanks for the recipe OP.


Also I'm >>132

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This was one of my favorite recipes that my mother would make for us as kids growing up. I wanted to share it with all of you so that you too can make the perfect matzo ball soup at home. Let me know if you decide to try it out! YUM!

+ 2 (10 ounce) packages matzo crackers
+ 1/2 cup butter
+ 6 eggs
+ salt and pepper to taste
+ 3 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
+ 2 onions, minced
+ 5 ounces matzo meal
+ 96 ounces chicken broth

>1) Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil.
>2) Break matzo crackers into small pieces, and place in a large bowl. Add water to cover; allow to soak for a few minutes, until soft. Drain off excess water.
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Please post only kosher recipes.


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So I need to buy cookware that isn't coated in materials or made from materials that will give me cancer. Where do you buy your cookware? Where should I be shopping? Somebody recommended I try out iron skillets but I'm too much of a brainlet to make those work.
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As if anybody does those anymore. Surely there's a place online that's worth buying from.


I see garage sales all the time during the summer.


Okay, garage sales notwithstanding, who makes for a supplier worth buying from?


america's test kitchen does reviews, they make really nice recipes so I'd trust their advice


Go to garage or estate sales and get the pans that old ladies used before they died. Its not covered in xenoestrogen non-stick surfaces.

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