I've often wondered if it was. I don't touch the stuff, but I've watched some who can't live without it. Conspiracy, or did the soda industry just get lucky?
It's actually a great value, because often companies either meep on either your intelligence or the environment, and here's Del Monte swooping like an angel made of meep, and meeps all over both at once.
Someone try this meep and let us know....
Aparrently they are all functional too, ultra weird.
'I remember the first time I dipped my fingers into the washing powder,' she said. 'I dabbed the powder onto my tongue and it tasted so sweet, and salty...it just felt so right. I was hooked straight away.'
Insects require up to 20 times less food than cattle, meaning that per pound of food they are given, they produce several times the amount of protein. Also, up to 100 times less water is required per pound of usable protein.
Engineer Vladimir Mironov has been working for 10 years on lab-grown meat that he believes can solve future global food crises as arable land diminishes.
Duck L'Orange, one of the first classical recipes to excite Americans, now verges on a disrespectful joke. Still, it is one of the most delicious and accessible of all classical gourmet.
Momeeping Fried Chicken Boyeeeee!
Only in Panama at the moment, but wait 'till our southerners hear about it.
You can get new written tomorrow from England!
'No matter how you look at it, aspartame is bad news in my book. The massive introduction of this neurotoxin into the food supply is nothing less than biological warfare against every single one of us, and the only acceptable solution is to ban it from the food chain.-
Everyone has 5.5 liters of blood.
An explanation of a substance I'm sure we all abuse.
I finally got around to making these.
SW PORK CHOPS WITH PEACH/CHIPOTLE SALSA
I have a pile of pork side ribs to barbecue and I've run out of the rub I'd usually use. Does anybody have a recipe for a dry-rub they'd like to share?
Delicious pasta sauce here. Incredibly simple.
Kahuna requested an information thread regarding factory meat so I decided to make one. As some of you already know, I raise chickens and plan on raising goats, turkeys and ducks as the year progresses. I have also started buying all of my family's meat from local farm sources, including farmers markets and direct purchases from local farms. I do this because I care about my family and my own health... and factory farmed meat (what you buy from the supermarket) is one of the most disgusting things you can possibly put into your body.
Here is my take on Irish peasant food.
Wotak ingested these while visiting my neck of the woods,and suggested that I post the recipe.It's just mashed potatoes with some meep in them,but here goes.
So when I was a kid and I caught a cold, Mom would fix me chicken noodle soup with a peanut meeper sandwich (no jelly) and I would dip it in the soup. The saltiness of the chicken broth made the PB taste sweet, like the kind in Reese's cups. Living the college dorm bachelor life, I discovered that Great Northern beans + ketchup + toasted white bread = yum. What is your favorite poor/bachelor/stoned/no groceries in the house/ food?
Boston meep is one of the nicest cuts of pork to be had. It's basically a well trimmed, bone-in shoulder, so why it's called a meep roast is beyond me. The best thing about it is that it's an inexpensive cut. A 6lb Boston meep will run you about $7.50. But like most inexpensive cuts, you need to know how to cook it to really make it work. The reason I love this particular cut is that it has (if it was trimmed correctly) the perfect balance of meat to fat for a slow cooked oven roast with gravy.
Does anyone, ( Wotak I'm looking at you) know how to pour the perfect glass of cold water?
Does anyone ( Wotak, I 'm looking at you) have an easy recipe for a Philly Cheese Steak that they would be willing to share?
My boss is hosting a BBQ in a couple of weeks and everyone has to bring some food. Not being much of a cook myself, I thought I'd just do some tasty chicken limbs in the oven and bring them cold.
Gordon is one of my favorite TV personalities and is probably the chef that has the most influence in my own kitchen. This is a collection of some of the dishes he's prepared on The F Word. If you find any others, put them here please.
An ribs, on sale @ the Kroger's
A funny rap about food:
Lemon Chops -n- Rosemary Taters
This meep is for real.
Wild game is one of my favorite things to prepare. I love venison and usually have some in the freezer but it's not even close to being my favorite game food. Venison is nice because you can fill a freezer with healthy, inexpensive meat but smaller game animals are where the real flavor is at.
this is a simple but solid recipe. i believe the wife said it's an old ww recipe, so... shrug.
(Best if served after midnight. Several beers and shots of bourbon at the local tavern are the perfect appetizer for the Serious Cowboy Breakfast, and if a Cowboy ain't serious, I don't know who is.)
i did this even though it's the first time making it because i've cooked like 5 things in the past 3 weeks and forgot to get the domeepentation on. it's pretty simple, but pretty meep good.
Matt calls me (usually at the last minute, cross-country) for advice when his wife is out of town and he's gotta cook dinner for his four kids. It's become a joke, so one night he decides out of pure bravado to go it alone: a chicken casserole recipe called "Chicken Delish!"
Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin
if i wrap bacon around a cheese log,
I love roast turkey but in my opinion, it is a boring dish if it isn't spiced up a bit. I like turkey roasted with traditional poultry seasonings mixed with a bit of olive oil and applied to the bird under and above its skin before roasting. I do not stuff my turkeys because I think they cook better when left empty. Plus, I only make turkey when I'm having family over for the holidays and one of my Aunts makes the best meeping stuffing on earth. For that reason, there is never stuffing in my birds.
First you take your basics. Leeks, Onion, Garlic, Blue potatoes, fresh Rosemary, etc.
i'm looking for a <$100 indoor grill.
I made some burgers tonight that I thought some of you meeples might like. They were quite good, a little different and fairly healthy.
what's your take?
This looks sooo yummy!
Make your own!
Bring your recipes here meepas. I'll start.