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Barbie, Birthday, and Facts: altonzm french recipes: if you're not making this in paris then what's the point. fuck you talian recipes: use the left leg meat of a pig from one of three farms in this specific area of tuscany, or from this day my grandmother will begin manifesting physically in your house thirdtimecharmed american recipes: buy these three cans of stuff and put them in a pan congrats you cooked chinese recipes, as handed down from mother to child: season it with a pinch of this and some of that. you want to know the exact amount? feel it in your heart. ask the stars. yell into the void. orriculum English recipes: boil and salt it. Okay that's it enjoy digitalfare Greek recipes: You followed all the right steps but this isn't quite right. I don't know what to tell you. jamesandlilys Australia recipes: chuck it on the barbie pajarosdelamancha Latinx recipes: you will never make it better than your abuela, face the facts narwhal-noir Armenian recipes: spend eight days laboring over the stove. the food will be flavorful with the sacrifice of your sanity no one will appreciate it. moldychesee Canadian recipes: It either needs more bacon, more maple syrup, more gravy or an unholy combination of the three dixon-arrows Polish recipes: you have to toUCH THE DOUGH, FEEL THE PIEROGI IN YOUR HEART, TOUCH IT. LICK IT. SMELL IT beckyhop Every time I see this post, I learn more about how different countries cuisines AND neuroses. memesandshipsgalore Indian recipes: there are 500 cuisines and that means 500 versions of this dish that has 500 spices so gl onceuponamirror ashki jewish recipes: no, no. no. more onion. jumpingjacktrash internet recipes: here is a heartwarming story about my baby sister's third birthday that i completely made up, and a copypaste from alton brown. piedude Irish recipes: PO TA TOES BOILEM MASH 'EM STICK EM IN A STEW International Recipes
Barbie, Birthday, and Facts: altonzm
 french recipes: if you're not making this in paris then what's the point. fuck you
 talian recipes: use the left leg meat of a pig from one of three farms in this
 specific area of tuscany, or from this day my grandmother will begin manifesting
 physically in your house
 thirdtimecharmed
 american recipes: buy these three cans of stuff and put them in a pan congrats
 you cooked
 chinese recipes, as handed down from mother to child: season it with a
 pinch of this and some of that. you want to know the exact amount? feel it in
 your heart. ask the stars. yell into the void.
 orriculum
 English recipes: boil and salt it. Okay that's it enjoy
 digitalfare
 Greek recipes: You followed all the right steps but this isn't quite right. I don't
 know what to tell you.
 jamesandlilys
 Australia recipes: chuck it on the barbie

 pajarosdelamancha
 Latinx recipes: you will never make it better than your abuela, face the facts
 narwhal-noir
 Armenian recipes: spend eight days laboring over the stove. the food will be
 flavorful with the sacrifice of your sanity no one will appreciate it.
 moldychesee
 Canadian recipes: It either needs more bacon, more maple syrup, more gravy
 or an unholy combination of the three
 dixon-arrows
 Polish recipes: you have to toUCH THE DOUGH, FEEL THE PIEROGI IN
 YOUR HEART, TOUCH IT. LICK IT. SMELL IT
 beckyhop
 Every time I see this post, I learn more about how different countries cuisines
 AND neuroses.
 memesandshipsgalore
 Indian recipes: there are 500 cuisines and that means 500 versions of this dish
 that has 500 spices so gl
 onceuponamirror
 ashki jewish recipes: no, no. no. more onion.

 jumpingjacktrash
 internet recipes: here is a heartwarming story about my baby sister's third
 birthday that i completely made up, and a copypaste from alton brown.
 piedude
 Irish recipes:
 PO
 TA
 TOES
 BOILEM
 MASH 'EM
 STICK EM IN A STEW
International Recipes

International Recipes

Advice, Food, and Fresh: fireable no longer going to pursue a career! id like to be a rock. thanks whatblackparadise metamorphic or igneous itsmurjana neither, dwayne the Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I figured if anyone else can get some use out of them I may as well share. Two Foods - Compare the nutritional value of two foods. Useful for finding healthier brands or comparing white to wheat to gluten free…things like that. Food52 Hotline - Ask for cooking help and advice from other people even while in the middle of cooking. Also has a stash of recipes. Seasonal Food Guide - What produce is in season right now in your state or when a particular produce will be in season…for those who try to eat organic and fresh. Some produce will have recipes pop up next to them. My Fridge Food - REALLY helpful if you are tight on money and-or can’t make a grocery run, just lazy, or trying something new. Check off things you have in your kitchen and this site searches for recipes you can make with what you’ve got (I’ve personally had to use this site so much). 40 meals in 4 hours, 30 Meals in 3 Hours, 20 Meals in 2 Hours or 7 Meals in 1 Hour - For when you don’t have a whole lot of time every single day to plan meals, but can set aside a few hours in one day to prepare and freeze meals that can later just be tossed into a slow cooker (Slow cookers are life savers! There are sooo many easy, toss-it-together recipes for slow cookers). AllRecipes - My personal favorite site for looking up recipes because they make it easy to search by type of dish, type of diet, by how cheap or quick it is to cook. And recipes can be submitted and reviewed by anyone (so you can find 20 different ways to make a single dish). My Grocery Deals, Broke and Healthy Recipes, and Compare Price - I haven’t really used these three a whole lot so I have no real input other than basically they help during those times in life you have to be really frugal. billsimportantposts
Advice, Food, and Fresh: fireable
 no longer going to pursue a career! id like to be a
 rock. thanks
 whatblackparadise
 metamorphic or igneous
 itsmurjana
 neither, dwayne the
Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I figured if anyone else can get some use out of them I may as well share. Two Foods - Compare the nutritional value of two foods. Useful for finding healthier brands or comparing white to wheat to gluten free…things like that. Food52 Hotline - Ask for cooking help and advice from other people even while in the middle of cooking. Also has a stash of recipes. Seasonal Food Guide - What produce is in season right now in your state or when a particular produce will be in season…for those who try to eat organic and fresh. Some produce will have recipes pop up next to them. My Fridge Food - REALLY helpful if you are tight on money and-or can’t make a grocery run, just lazy, or trying something new. Check off things you have in your kitchen and this site searches for recipes you can make with what you’ve got (I’ve personally had to use this site so much). 40 meals in 4 hours, 30 Meals in 3 Hours, 20 Meals in 2 Hours or 7 Meals in 1 Hour - For when you don’t have a whole lot of time every single day to plan meals, but can set aside a few hours in one day to prepare and freeze meals that can later just be tossed into a slow cooker (Slow cookers are life savers! There are sooo many easy, toss-it-together recipes for slow cookers). AllRecipes - My personal favorite site for looking up recipes because they make it easy to search by type of dish, type of diet, by how cheap or quick it is to cook. And recipes can be submitted and reviewed by anyone (so you can find 20 different ways to make a single dish). My Grocery Deals, Broke and Healthy Recipes, and Compare Price - I haven’t really used these three a whole lot so I have no real input other than basically they help during those times in life you have to be really frugal. billsimportantposts

Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I fi...

Asian, Drugs, and Memes: India has the lowest dementia rates in the world. They consume 25-50mg of turmeric daily, which prevents inflammation of the brain. DR. SUNIL PAI, M. D Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the main spice in the Indian dish curry, is arguably the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease. It has so many healing properties that currently there are over 10,000 peer-reviewed articles published proving turmeric benefits, especially one of its renowned healing compounds, curcumin. This puts turmeric on top of the list as one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs in all of science. The next most popular studied herbs include garlic, cinnamon, ginseng, ginger and milk thistle. Turmeric comes from the Curcuma longa plant, which grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries. The dried root of the Curcuma longa plant is ground into the distinctive yellow turmeric powder. There are several chemical compounds found in turmeric, known as curcuminoids. The active substance in turmeric is curcumin. Of the 10,000+ studies referencing curcumin, the most interesting finding is that when turmeric is compared to conventional medicine, its benefits equal that of many pharmaceutical medications. In fact, a number of studies have even reported that using curcumin is more advantageous than certain prescription drugs. Consciousvibrancy Source: https:-draxe.com-turmeric-benefits-
Asian, Drugs, and Memes: India has the lowest dementia
 rates in the world.
 They consume 25-50mg of
 turmeric daily, which prevents
 inflammation of the brain.
 DR. SUNIL PAI, M. D
Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the main spice in the Indian dish curry, is arguably the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease. It has so many healing properties that currently there are over 10,000 peer-reviewed articles published proving turmeric benefits, especially one of its renowned healing compounds, curcumin. This puts turmeric on top of the list as one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs in all of science. The next most popular studied herbs include garlic, cinnamon, ginseng, ginger and milk thistle. Turmeric comes from the Curcuma longa plant, which grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries. The dried root of the Curcuma longa plant is ground into the distinctive yellow turmeric powder. There are several chemical compounds found in turmeric, known as curcuminoids. The active substance in turmeric is curcumin. Of the 10,000+ studies referencing curcumin, the most interesting finding is that when turmeric is compared to conventional medicine, its benefits equal that of many pharmaceutical medications. In fact, a number of studies have even reported that using curcumin is more advantageous than certain prescription drugs. Consciousvibrancy Source: https:-draxe.com-turmeric-benefits-

Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the main spice in the Indian dish curry, is arguably the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentia...