Food Hack Comp. A bunch of delicious recipes and awesome cooking hacks.. half of these the grapes, chickpeas, and apply pie float seem legit though Sweet Christ yes
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#3 - supercookieduster ONLINE
Reply +75
(04/25/2014) [-]
half of these the grapes, chickpeas, and apply pie float seem legit though
#63 to #3 - iamcraig
Reply 0
(04/26/2014) [-]
I have only made Mac and Cheese with Gnocchi since I saw this post like 3 years ago
It's amazing
#31 to #3 - theonewhoderps
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(04/25/2014) [-]
The Grape and meatball thing is pretty good.
#67 to #31 - supercookieduster ONLINE
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(04/26/2014) [-]
nevermind your right, I guess I took out of consideration the ones ive done before. **** is good
#9 - multidimensional
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(04/25/2014) [-]
Only about half of these make any sense.
#52 - coolcalx
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(04/26/2014) [-]
this just got weirder and weirder as I went further down
this just got weirder and weirder as I went further down
#14 - feistyoneyouare
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(04/25/2014) [-]
Really? you don't get shandy over in America? how do more people not know about this?
#92 to #14 - kanyesfishsticks
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(04/26/2014) [-]
Everyone in the United States knows about shandy.
#105 to #14 - gunthar
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(04/26/2014) [-]
here is called "michelada" it doesnt come bottled, also they put salt in the edge of the glass.
#84 to #14 - ratytang
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(04/26/2014) [-]
Because it is ****, Also real Aussies drink beer normal, only bogans make shandy.
#57 to #14 - jaximusblack ONLINE
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(04/26/2014) [-]
No we do. Leinenkugels makes it (i think thats how its spelled).
#75 to #57 - saltyfries ONLINE
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(04/26/2014) [-]
made in Wisconsin ***********!

Glad someone knows about Leinenkugel's!
#27 - grandmabetty
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(04/25/2014) [-]
Half of this actually sounds pretty revolting, I'm not gonna lie.   
   
And beer & lemonade? That's called Shandy, it's a common drink here in Britain for parents who want to get their kids tipsy or some ****
Half of this actually sounds pretty revolting, I'm not gonna lie.

And beer & lemonade? That's called Shandy, it's a common drink here in Britain for parents who want to get their kids tipsy or some ****
#77 to #27 - saltyfries ONLINE
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(04/26/2014) [-]
here in Wisconsin we got a brewer that makes Summer Shandy
#13 - qotsa
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(04/25/2014) [-]
in austria beer with lemonade was always a drink called "radler", not really something new. we have about 43859734985 flavours of it.
#20 to #13 - KIKORBV
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(04/25/2014) [-]
I'm Portuguese and I descovered this last summer. I totally recommend this to anyone!
#97 to #13 - unncommon
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(04/26/2014) [-]
The given figure for amount of flavors is questionable at best.
You might have had me at 3763268742, but you went to far.
#119 to #97 - qotsa
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(04/26/2014) [-]
well, that maaaaaay have been an exaggeration. but we have many flavours of it, for example you can buy lemon, orange, grapefruit, currant, herb, etc. radler. but that's a relativle new thing. before that(and now), to get a radler, one just mixed beer with whatever lemonade(soda?) you liked to most. so that are quite a lot flavours
#12 - simodyul
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(04/25/2014) [-]
the salt really does make the watermelon taste better. thats basically what i feed myself with in the summer
#11 - scooba ONLINE
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(04/25/2014) [-]
Glitter Grapes by Tommy
#24 - Mawxter
Reply -1
(04/25/2014) [-]
No, **** your jelly meatballs.
#32 to #24 - theonewhoderps
Reply 0
(04/25/2014) [-]
They actually taste good.
#65 to #24 - buttholee
Reply 0
(04/26/2014) [-]
Tomato sauce is best sauce
#36 to #24 - notyaoming
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(04/25/2014) [-]
They actually left out a crucial step. Its not just grape jelly, as it would be burn and stick to the pan. So you cut it with Heinz 57 Chili sauce. Not only is it sweet, but theres a nice tangy bite behind it.
#56 to #36 - wfddfw ONLINE
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(04/26/2014) [-]
ah i forgot about that part.
My mom made this a while back and it was the most delicious and satisfying thing I've ever eaten
#124 to #56 - notyaoming
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(04/27/2014) [-]
I made them for a Christmas party at work last year. Cleaned out the entire crock pot I brought in.
#17 - nchubz
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(04/25/2014) [-]
in england we already have lemonade and beer, its called a 'shandy' and is usually drunk by women or children slightly under the drinking age at family social gatherings
#21 to #17 - somethingpants
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(04/25/2014) [-]
In the US, from what I've seen, all we have is 'hard lemonade'. I'm not sure what's in it to make it alcoholic, but I'm pretty doubtful it's beer.