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I love simple meals flirtysmile

new haven, CT 08-19-2010

Rated: 2 stars out of 5

Too complicated. After spending 9 hours on this I’m still stuck on the first step. Help!

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ew…reminds me of what sarah lee puts out on foodtv…


Great now the wife is pissed off, I am supposed to be in bed and I am laughing so hard I am about to throw up.

" [rofl.gif] [rofl.gif] [rofl.gif] [rofl.gif] [rofl.gif] [rofl.gif] I think a toddler came up with that recipe"

Well, at least they confine their assault to cooking and lay off the English language.

Storebought - a word we’ve always needed.

BTW, I have some yellow carrots. Will those work in that recipe? Exactly what are the measurements anyway? How can you cook if you don’t have precision? What if I use a quarter cup too much of something???

The comments are classic!

Brandy Jo loved it:

Brandy Jo
Tumwater, WA 05-08-2006

So Yummy!
Rated: 5 stars out of 5

This is the easiest side dish to make! It is so light and good! My family loved it!

I haven’t tried it yet but I did print it out to save for the future!! flirtysmile [stirthepothal.gif]

Marshall [wink.gif]

PS; Did she mention any particular brand [scratch.gif] of dressing I should look for? [pillow-fight.gif]

Are you supposed to buy pre-shredded carrots, or shred them yourself? What length and thickness?

Trying to not laugh out loud at the office. The defensive posts must be from Food TV peons.

Okay, here’s my three-step beer recipe.

  1. Grab cold can of beer.
  2. Open can.
  3. Pour in glass.

Size matters.

It’s a good thing you printed it out…so you don’t forget it!

Forget what?? neener

Marshall [cheers.gif]

Just remember that this recipe is (c) Robin Miller, All Rights Reserved. You’re just lucky she couldn’t patent it (or more probably, didn’t think about patenting it).

Ideal for brain-addled parents of toddler.

You guys all think you’re so smart…the recipe is printed exactly as Escoffier devised it in his original text. There’s always room for the classics!

You forgot a few steps:

  1. Lift glass with beer.
  2. Pour beer into mouth; not too much and not too little.
  3. Swallow beer, but don’t let it go down your air pipe.
  4. Repeat as necessary.

See, it’s not as easy as you think!


Step 3, can be tricky. Lots of people don’t know how to pour beer into a glass.

And people wonder what has happened to TFN