GOOD PANCAKES ARE LIKE MAKING OUT WITH AN ANGEL BEFORE STARTING YOUR DAY.
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MY FUCKING FAMILY USES A MODIFIED BISQUICK MIX RECIPE. THIS SHIT IS HARDCORE I DON’T EVEN WANT TO BOTHER TRYING TO MAKE IT FROM SCRATCH!
TAKE 2 CUPS OF BISQUICK MIX, AND COAX IT TO FLY INTO A MIXING BOWL THROUGH YOUR WORDS ALONE.
LIKEWISE, WHISPER THREATS OF TORTURE AND PAINFUL WAYS TO DIE INTO THE FETUS-THAT-NEVER-WAS WITHIN THE 2 EGGS AND THEY’LL LEAP FROM YOUR HAND TO CRACK THEIR CONTENTS OPEN INTO THE BOWL.
DUMP IN 3/4 CUPS OF MILK AND 1/4 CUP OF 7UP OR SPRITE~
YOU’RE GODDAMN RIGHT I SAID SPRITE. HOLD YOUR ASS DOWN AND PAY ATTENTION BEFORE FLYING UP IN BUTTHURT.
MIX THIS SHIT TOGETHER UNTIL THERE’S NO CLUMPS, THEN SET IT ASIDE TO RISE LIKE THE DEAD FROM THEIR BURIAL GROUNDS WHILE YOU HEAT UP YOUR GRIDDLE OR NON-STICK FRYING PAN.
WHEN YOU CAN FLICK WATER FROM YOUR FINGERTIPS ONTO THE SURFACE OF THE PAN, AND THE WATER HISSES AND SPITS AND DANCES OVER THE TOP LIKE AN ANGRY CAT, YOU KNOW IT’S HOT ENOUGH.
HOLY FUCK, LOOK AT THAT PANCAKE BATTER! IT SHOULD BE BUBBLY AS FUCK BY NOW!
USE A HALF-CUP MEASURING UTENSIL TO DOLLOP THE PANCAKE BATTER ONTO THE PAN.
WAIT A MINUTE OR SO, AND WATCH FOR THE GODDAMN DETAILS. THE CENTER OF THE PANCAKE WILL HAVE BUBBLES RAISING UP, AND THE EDGES OF THE PANCAKE WILL START TO LOOK DRY.
THAT’S WHEN YOU JAM YOUR SPATULA UNDER THAT GORGEOUS FUCKER AND FLIP IT OVER.
JESUS FUCKING TITS, LOOK AT THAT PERFECT GOLDEN COLOR.
IT’LL TAKE HALF THE TIME FOR THE SECOND SIDE TO COOK, SO BE READY TO FLIP IT LIKE A PRO WHEN YOU SEE THE DRYING SIDES.
USE THE REST OF THE FUCKING BATTER YOU ASSHOLE, AND STUFF YOURSELF SILLY WITH THESE MAJESTIC PANCAKES.
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Hot Apple Cider:
• 6 cups of organic apple juice
• 1/4 cup(s) of real maple syrup
• 2 cinnamon sticks
• 6 whole cloves
• 6 whole allspice berries (optional)
• 1 orange peel, cut into strips (optional)
• 1 lemon peel, cut into strips (optional)
1. Pour the apple juice and maple syrup into a large stainless steel saucepan.
2. Place the cinnamon sticks, cloves, allspice berries, orange peel and lemon peel in the center of a washed square of cheesecloth; fold up the sides of the cheesecloth to enclose the bundle, then tie it up with a length of kitchen string. Drop the spice bundle into the cider mixture.
3. Place the saucepan over moderate heat for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the cider is very hot but not boiling. You can leave it on the lowest simmer during a party.
4. Remove the cider from the heat. Discard the spice bundle. Ladle the cider into big cups or mugs, adding a fresh cinnamon stick to each serving if desired.
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DO YOU HAVE COMPANY COMING OVER, BUT YOUR HOUSE SMELLS LIKE SMOKE OR YOUR MOLD EXPERIMENTS OR CAT PISS OR SOME BULLSHIT LIKE THAT?
WELL SLAP MY ASS AND CALL ME BRILLIANT, BECAUSE THIS SHIT ISN’T EDIBLE, BUT IT’LL MAKE YOUR HOUSE SMELL LIKE A GODDAMN CHURCH CHOIR SINGING HALLE-FUCKING-LUJAH IN YOUR NASAL PASSAGE! (YOU SHOULD GET RID OF WHATEVER’S STINKING UP YOUR HOUSE IN THE FIRST PLACE AS WELL, MORON)
RUN YOUR CLASSY ASS OVER TO THE STORE AND MAKE SURE YOU’RE PREPARED FOR THE MIND-FUCK OF THIS SHIT. YOU’LL WANT 1 ORANGE, A SMALL BAG OF CRANBERRIES, 3 CINNAMON STICKS, GROUND CLOVES, NUTMEG, 2 LEMONS, ROSEMARY AND VANILLA.
THERE ARE TWO VERSIONS OF THIS THAT YOU CAN COOK, BECAUSE CLASSY-ASS MOTHERFUCKERS NEED VARIETIES IN THEIR LIFE!
THE FIRST IS ‘CHRISTMAS’ AND THE SECOND DOESN’T HAVE A DAMN NAME, BUT IT’S FUCKING WONDERFUL.
ONLY HAVE ONE POT OF THIS SHIT GOING, IT’S CRAZY POWERFUL.
CHOP UP THE ORANGE, SKIN AND ALL, BECAUSE YOU DON’T JOKE AROUND WITH THIS SORT OF SHIT.
USE YOUR WARRIOR STRENGTH TO BREAK THE CINNAMON STICKS IN HALF, LIKE YOUR CHILDHOOD MEMORIES OF SNAPPING THE FEMURS OF DRAGONS BEFORE YOU SUCKED THE MARROW OUT.
THROW THE ORANGE AND CINNAMON STICK PIECES INTO THE POT, OR IF YOU’RE NOT CONFIDENT WITH YOUR AIM, YOU CAN SET THEM GENTLY INSIDE. SHOVE A SMALL SPOONFUL OF NUTMEG AND A SMALL SPOONFUL OF CLOVES INTO THE POT.
THEN FILL THAT FUCKER UP WITH WATER UNTIL THERE’S ONLY AN INCH OF LEEWAY BETWEEN THE WATER AND EDGE, BECAUSE YOU’RE A DAREDEVIL MOTHERFUCKER.
NOW SET YOUR STOVE TO A LOW-MEDIUM SETTING, AND LEAVE IT SITTING THERE TO MARINATE IN IT’S OWN QUIET ACCEPTANCE OF DEATH. DON’T COVER THIS FUCKER, BECAUSE THE SMELL OF IT IS GOING TO INVADE YOUR ENTIRE GODDAMN HOUSE.
THAT WHICH WILL NOT BE NAMED
THE OTHER VERSION OF BOILING POTPOURRI ONLY HAS LEMONS, ROSEMARY SPRIGS AND VANILLA.
RIP THE LEMON INTO CHUNKS WHILE SOLVING THREE UNSOLVED MYSTERIES IN YOUR HEAD AND YELLING AT YOUR FLATMATE TO LEAVE YOUR OTHER EXPERIMENTS ALONE, THEN BE A CHAMPION BY NOT USING A MEASURING TOOL WHEN SPLASHING 1 TABLESPOON OF VANILLA INTO THE POT.
TOSS IN THE ROSEMARY SPRIGS AFTER YOU’VE STARED THEM INTO SUBMISSION.
FILL THAT SUCKER WITH WATER AND PUT IT ON THE HEAT.
YOU LEAVE IT ON FOR 2 HOURS AT THE START OF THE DAY, THEN TURN IT ON AGAIN AN HOUR BEFORE GUESTS GET TO YOUR HOME AND LEAVE IT ON ALL EVENING.
TAKE A WHIFF UP CLOSE EVERY FEW HOURS, BECAUSE THE FRUIT WILL START TO SMELL WEIRD AT THE END OF THE DAY AND THAT’S WHEN YOU TURN IT OFF.
WHEN YOUR GUESTS ARRIVE THEY’LL HAVE TO STEP BACK AND EXCLAIM “HOLY MOTHERFUCKING TITS, THIS IS ONE CLASSY HOME”
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I really love aggressive recipes
Home remedies are the best type of remedies lol ; u ;
Repeat once or twice a week for best results ~
You can also use honey, olive oil, and egg as a face mask for sexii, glowing skin!
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