The Honey Pot
~good morning, tumblroos~

~good morning, tumblroos~

lexipants:

Waffled Cinnamon Rolls. I am assuming I get to put both the icing and maple syrup on them.
I’ll take that as a yes. 

oh…

lexipants:

Waffled Cinnamon Rolls. I am assuming I get to put both the icing and maple syrup on them.

I’ll take that as a yes. 

oh…

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ladyofthehouse:

section9 replied to your photo: Omelet of Destiny. Wherein my skills at making a…

Looks delicious, Teach me your skills oh great TLOTH.

Good quality butter. Very cold eggs, a teeny bit of milk, or an ice cube.

  • Burner of Scorching on high.
  • Melt 2 Tbsp Butter of Sexiness in pan.
  • While butter is getting sexier, (or just prior) lightly beat 2 very cold Eggs of Justice with 1 Tbsp. of Skim Milk of Snark. OR, let 1 Ice Cube of Really Cold melt in with eggs as you’re beating.
  • When Butter of Sexiness melts down and is really sizzling, roll it around to evenly coat your omelet pan. Don’t let it brown just yet.  That needs to happen *on* the eggs.
  • Pour in Egg Mixture of Ragnarok. Let it sit for a second (just enough time to make sure your gambits are all queued). Now, roll it around in the pan until it makes an even circle of egg truth all up the sides of the pan.
  • Wait.  Patience, Paladin. You are yet young in our ways.
  • Look for some big bubbles.  Nice.  Pick up the pan and roll the egg around, spreading around the uncooked bits of the Egg Mixture of Ragnarok. Make sure everywhere that got coated with Butter of Sexiness gets coated with Egg Mixture of Ragnarok.
  • Once the outside edges start to peel away, lift the pan just slightly off the heat, and start shakin’ what yo’ mamma gave you. Literally, jiggle the pan until the egg starts to slide, moving freely around.  Spread the uncooked bits as evenly and thinly as you can.  You should notice by now some folds, wrinkles, and large air bubbles forming.  Good.  Keep movin’ it.  Shake it.  Jiggle. Pretend like there’s a pole in the pan and it’s time to work it.
  • Starting to look fluffy?  Good.  This is where you flip, if you’re brave.  Which would mean +2 Lunch of Cojones.  Orrrr, you can let it go for a little while longer shimmying, shaking, and working for your dollar.
  • If you don’t flip, have no fear.  Wait a few seconds longer, until the Egg Mixture of Ragnarok no longer contains runny bits, and is a little dull on top, almost like a pudding. Then, slide half that sucker onto a plate, fold the other half on top of it, et voila: +2 Lunch of I Cheated In French Class.  Worry not, Adventurer! Your eggs are hot enough that they continue to cook.
  • Slop the BBQ sauce on the side.  Declare self champion of all things.
  • Watch overly long ending sequence involving lost loves reuniting, a giant sword that looks sort of like a chainsaw, and teens with very large shoes.

So, to recap: Really cold eggs, slightly thinned with cold milk and or ice. Butter you’d like to hump. A very hot, sweet pan you’d get into a fight over. Cojones, or French Cheat Sheets.

-TLOTH


Ron Swanson’s The Breakfast Club

Ron Swanson’s The Breakfast Club

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Waffle Iron Brownies, Muffins, and Hash Browns (via Common Appliances, Uncommon Uses - Feature - Food News - CHOW)
let’s get drunk and cook everything with a waffle iron?

Waffle Iron Brownies, Muffins, and Hash Browns (via Common Appliances, Uncommon Uses - Feature - Food News - CHOW)

let’s get drunk and cook everything with a waffle iron?

vensre:

xekstrin:

yep

PANKEEKS.

I think she has the right idea.
Good Morning tumblroos <3

vensre:

xekstrin:

yep

PANKEEKS.

I think she has the right idea.

Good Morning tumblroos <3

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todaysdocument:

February is National Hot Breakfast Month - Did you eat a hot breakfast this morning?







How has breakfast evolved? (via The Food &amp; Drink Issue - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com)

I’ve tried this twice now.

These photos were from my first attempt, my eggs were too big and my fire was too hot. Not beautiful but delicious.

rej0ice:

archiemcphee:

That’s Nerdalicious! reader Joe Penephone sent them photos of this awesome pork house he built for a New Year’s Day brunch.

I love bacon and all salty pork products! This year, my friend, who is an architect, held a New Years Day Brunch, so I built him something that an architect could really appreciate: a Pork House! Walls made out of breakfast sausage, roof made out of waffles, door/window frames made out of bacon, entry way made out of scrapple, and shredded potato grass.

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Joe Penephone, the Geyser of Awesome salutes you! You’ve made our breakfast dreams come true.

….. That is the Mona Lisa of Breakfast foods.

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