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Instant Cookie Dough!FROM MIKEJER
Programming in Scheme got you down? In need of a quick injection of cookie dough but you're too lazy to find a syringe? Well we've got the next best thing: Instant Cookie Dough! Made from the depths of cow bowels, this is a recipe for the strong-willed and eager adventurer.
1 tablespoon of butter
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
2 tablespoons of all purpose white flour
Optional: whipped cream out of a can
Optional: an end of a toothpick's worth of vanilla extract
Optional: bag of chocolate chips
Place your tablespoon of butter into a personal, relatively small sized container. If the butter was refrigerated or frozen, microwave it until mostly melted or soft. Next, dump in the tablespoons of brown sugar, and mix until the brown sugar is completely melded into the butter. If you have vanilla extract now's the time to add it. Now you can dump in the flour and mix it until it solidifies into your standard cookie dough texture. Optionally put some whipped cream on top or various other goodies of your choosing. Enjoy!
Submitted by MikeJer
Round-Up Jell-O®FROM HEATHER MERRY
1 3oz box lime flavored artificially flavored Jell-O gelatin dessert (lime flavor)
2 cups water, one hot, one not
1 can o' baked beans (any brand)
Make Jell-O according to package directions. Add drained baked beans. Chill set in fridge for a couple hours.
Yee-haw! You have yerself a nice fixen' of Round-Up Jello!
Submitted by Heather Merry
SuperJer.com staff were unable to determine combatibility between Round-Up Jello and some of our other products, as we were unable to recreate the recipe at time of publication. As such, this recipe is recommended for advanced users only with explicit training in Energy Management and Behavioral Sciences.
In lieu of a photograph of the actual product, we have masterfully produced an artistic rendering, seen to the right.
(Actual product does not include evergreen trees. Pictured with baked beans in cute horse-shaped arrangement -- not supported. Please do not add weed control product to Round-Up Jell-O or any other food.)
Green Bean Jell-O®FROM SUPERJER
2 3oz boxes of Jell-O gelatin dessert (any flavor)
2 cups hot water
2 cups cold water
1 cup frozen green beans
In a large bowl mix Jell-O powder with hot water until completely dissolved. Add cold water and pour into large, flat pan. Thaw frozen green beans in microwave if necessary. Cut into 1 inch segments and add to pan evenly. Refrigerate for 4 hours and enjoy!
Why did this happen?
SuperJer and Archer found some boxes of orange Jell-O®. Never being satisfied with the standard recipe and having noticed the box's warning to NEVER EVER add "fresh or frozen pineapple, kiwi, gingerroot, papaya, figs or guava," they began to wonder what wonderful things they could wonder about. The conversation may or may not have gone like this:
SuperJer: Hey, it says you can add "fruit or vegetables."
SuperJer: Who the hell would add vegetables?
Archer: We would.
SuperJer: Oh yeah. What should we use?
Archer: How about [green] beans? It doesn't say we can't, right?
SuperJer: It says no "fresh or frozen pineapple, kiwi, gingerroot, papaya, figs or guava."
SuperJer: No "fresh or frozen pineapple, kiwi, gingerroot, papaya, figs or guava."
Archer: So [green] beans are ok.
Reviews of Green Bean Jell-O®
"Damn this is some good Jell-O [with green bean]." -SuperJer