Wednesday, December 19, 2007

They're Always After Me Lucky Recipes!

Shannon, I will give you my frosting/icing recipe after I have been declared the winner in the cookie bake-off next week. In the meantime, I will tell you this: it involved smashing stuff. This is pretty much the only reason why I went with it. Cooking with fire? Good. Cooking while breaking things? Better.

The recipe I will divulge has been previously divulgified prior to post partem pleisiasaur piranha posting privileged patoootie.

That sentence lost itself. I am still suffering the effects of a one cup a day coffee habit. Hummus recipe for Marty.


mdhatter said...

I feel that shards of glass are not a good secret ingredient.

dontEATnachos said...

Yes, there is good reason to be suspicious when recipes call for melted/carmalized sand, soda, and lime.

Chuckles said...


ihavenoideawhatyouaretalkingabout, donteatnachos.

Jenny said...

mmmmm.... Hummous goooood! :P

dontEATnachos said...

key ingredients in most common glass:

silica (sand), sodium carbonate (soda), and calcium oxide (lime)

I know I mispelled caramelized (I even looked it before I typed it so I don't how that happened) but oh well.

Chuckles said...

I swear to holy cookie jesus and the butterscotch buddha that I did not know that I was including ground up lightbulbs in my recipe.