Both work quite well with butter and garlic!
Aha! Butter and garlic with antifreeze! It might taste good but you're gonna die anyway!
the unified theory of food is that all foods can be improved by adding either garlic or chocolate or both, but not at the same time.
the secondary unified theory of food is that all foods can be improved by adding butter, unless you're an observant Jew, in which case, sometimes you have to settle for olive oil.
improved by adding butter, unless you're an observant Jew, in which
Which reminds me, [thread drift warning]
So my 3rd grader has afield trip where the teacher told the class (nothing in writing to us, just my daughter's account) not to bring anything perishable in their lunches. My daughter has nut allergies (so flutternutter & peanutbutter) are out. Any other sugestions?
everything is perishable if it's out long enough. Cheese is fine unrefrigerated for a few days(!) if it's wrapped well.
lunchables are supposed to be able to last a while without refrigeration, no?
those tuna/cracker things?
make sure to use homemade mayo.
Can you still get thermos bottles?
I should have said meats (and maybe cheeses?) And they need to pack it into disposible bags (so everything can be thrown away) I was able to ask her teacher some follow up questions, and I guess, it's not that strict. (we're going with lunchables)
Since I'm going also (I carry the epipen) I may just go with IGs sugestions. With maybe ice cream for dessert.
That's actually quite cute. Took me a few seconds to realize I was looking at a cupcake.
I like imagining that the cookie monster was stuffed in such a small place.
I'm feeling that certain special need coming on:
She doesn't quite have the same panache at describing the right way to make an omelette, does she?
Heh... and, if you didn't catch it, here's something she did for a gent named Phil Morrison:
Here, she intentionally burns the two foods she prepares.