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So why food_bukkake?

Whither food_bukkake?

Well, here's why.

This "recipe" for Condiment Gruel was posted in food_porn. Porn? Well, it's not Vaseline-lensed softcore. It's no tasteful and artistic magazine centerfold. There's no leather, here, and certainly no desire.

Perhaps bukkake, though. So here we are.

For those a-feared of the link, the "recipe" is as follows:

Scavenger's Delight
Four packages of ketchup
Four packages of mustard
Two packages of crackers
Hot water


I don't know about you, but it certainly makes me want to vomit. The use of "hi dares" and "sammaches" in a post about microwave cooking add to the joy. (Original post text copied below)

And with that, welcome. Snark Livejournal, snark Food Network, snark the recipe you saw on the side of a can of Treet.

Or, if you're truly brave, post some of your own culinary experiences. Did you mix peanut butter in your ramen in an odd fit of food budgeting (hey, fat, protein, starch, it covers the bases, right?) Do you want to know if your food is hot or not? Post it and see.

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Hi dares,

I love seeing all the nicely prepared food on here, just so many things and ideas that really turn one's eating habits on end.

Recently, I moved into a friend's apartment who has a microwave, a small George Forman grill, and an oven that should be used rarely due to the heat and cost of electricity. While I can make most of the dishes I like, I can't really make meatballs in the microwave or brown beef properly.

Likewise, the grill is nice but I'm not that familiar with it enough past making hamburgers and judging by the aroma when it's done. I want to make toasted cheese sammiches, but I'm not sure how the vegetables and such will cook. Anyone with experience using these, any tips would be appreciated.

And as for a recipe contribution: Something for those of you that work a backshift or late shift on a Friday night during Reading Week and everything closes early, leaving you to scrounge for something (or likewise if you're dime short on the soup machine or locked out of your SO's place at 3am without your wallet):

Scavenger's Delight
Four packages of ketchup
Four packages of mustard
Two packages of crackers
Hot water

Mix contents together and add hot water. Stir and knock it back.

It may not seem like much and look pretty weird, but when you've got the cravings on shift or no other options, it's something to keep in mind.

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