Pumpkins are good for literally 2 things; making pumpkin pies, and throwing them off bridges. Well I’m all all out of bridges. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1HuynlY http://instagram.com/yousuckatcooking https://twitter.com/yousuckatcookin Snapchat: @yousuckatcookin http://facebook.com/yousuckatcooking To make the pie: Buy a pie crust. Nobody has time for that and they’re like a buck or two Take a 13.5oz/398ml can of pure pumpkin. Not “pumpkin pie filling.” Don’t be an animal But that in a bowl. It’s gonna be thick. Be prepared for that Add two eggs Add 3/4 cup of sugar Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt 2 1/4 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice (or if you’re a real hot shot, use 1 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp ground ginger, 1/4 tsp cloves) Wangjangle that together until it’s smooth. Slowly add in 1 1/2 cups of 10% cream Doubt yourself because something this liquidy could never be a pie. Put it the undo on 425undo for 15 minutes. Reduce it to 350. Now here’s where you’re gonna have to make a judgment call. Bake for 30 minutes but test the wobble. The wobble tells you everything. When the wobble is gone, the pie is ready. A deep dish crust could take an hour. There’s quite a range you can cook it in where it will still turn out great. Take it out and leave it for at least an hour, and admire the process of turning a liquid into a solid. Whip cream that son of a bitch into tomorrow.
Please wear headphones. Thank you to Hello Fresh for sponsoring this video. For $30 off your first week of deliveries, visit http://bit.ly/2r0KK9q and enter promo code YSAC30 when you subscribe. ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response ) is an experience of tingling sensations that has been compared with auditory-tactile synesthesia. ASMR signifies the subjective experience of "low-grade euphoria" characterised by "a combination of positive feelings and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin", commonly triggered by sounds. In this case you may feel more "high grade panic" or "medium grade annoyance" or "low grade indifference." Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1HuynlY https://twitter.com/yousuckatcookin Snapchat: @yousuckatcookin http://instagram.com/yousuckatcooking http://facebook.com/yousuckatcooking How to make potato latkes: - buy some russet or Yukon Gold or starchy potatoes - peel and shred them - roll them up in your American Apparel T Shirt and squeeze the hell out of them. Really really squeeze out as much water as possible. - chop a shallot or onion finely and mix it in - walk across your glass board and retrieve your egg from your lego bag, then walk across your peanut shell topped board and then allow your eggs to say goodbye before cracking one in. - put in some salt and pepper pepper pepper - heat some oil in a pan, around 1/4 inch (canola, peanut, or something with a high smoke point) - Spoon some latke shreds in there. Make it less thick than I did. One heaping tablespoon is enough. - you can sort of flatten it out with the spoon or wangjangler - cook until crispy brown on one side, then carefully flip until the other side is cooked - serve with whatever you think will taste good with it, including nothing if that's your jam
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From the creators of Stonehenge; Chicken Tikka Masala. Actually the roots are more complicated than that and Wikipedia explains it better than I can, on account of me not being a historian on this particular subject. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_tikka_masala Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1HuynlY http://instagram.com/yousuckatcooking https://twitter.com/yousuckatcookin Snapchat: @yousuckatcookin http://facebook.com/yousuckatcooking The Recipe I used two chicken breasts but you could easily do 3 for this recipe, maybe even 4 smaller ones. The Marinade: 1/2 cup plain yogurt (full fat) A teaspoon of garam masala, coriander, cumin, turmeric Some salt Wangjangle the yogurt and spices together then cube the chicken and slather it all together Put it in the fridge from between an hour to overnight For the sauce dice an onion and fry it in butter or coconut oil Grate some ginger and garlic and add those in Add the same spices as before, but slightly more, up to 1.5 teaspoons of each Add in a large can of crushed tomatoes Add in a cup of yogurt Add in a teaspoon or so of brown sugar if it’s too acidic or you want it slightly sweeter Add in a teaspoon of salt Cook it on low while you broil the chicken You can also do the chicken in the pan but it’s harder to get even You also don’t have to cook the chicken until it’s blackened but that’s what people usually do…careful not to overcook it Spread the chicken out on a pan and put your oven on broil and cook it until it just starts to get black Throw it in the sauce for a few minutes until it’s cooked through Serve on Basmati rice (or whatever rice you have) Chop up some coriander and put it on top Bob’s your uncle. In case you didn’t know. Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games opening ceremony https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7b/Prince_Harry_at_the_2017_Invictus_Games_opening_ceremony.jpg This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. HTTP://CREATIVECOMMONS.ORG/LICENSES/BY/2.0) Prince Philip https://i0.wp.com/royalcentral.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Prince_Philip_March_2015.jpg?resize=424%2C600 BY NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE Photo by Aaron McCracken [CC BY 2.0 (HTTP://CREATIVECOMMONS.ORG/LICENSES/BY/2.0)]
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Subscribe out of boredom: http://bit.ly/1HuynlY Watch more out of apathy: http://bit.ly/2fbXrL9 Further nonsense found here: Snapchat: @yousuckatcookin https://twitter.com/yousuckatcookin http://instagram.com/yousuckatcooking http://facebook.com/yousuckatcooking http://patreon.com/yousuckatcooking Pick some apples that have a sour taste. Pick some caramels (aka squaramels) that have a sweet taste. Put sticks into the apples. Put caramels into a bowl with a couple teaspoons of milk or cream or water (I put in around 43 caramels). Put apples in the fridge overnight or the freezer for a little while beforehand. Put bowl into microwave and melt them (2 minutes on half power...stir every now and then). Roll the apples and put them back in the fridge or freezer so the caramel doesn't drop down. For a few minutes. Melt chocolate in the microwave and splatter that all over the damn place (and partly on the apple). Enjoy and share with friends, or hoard by yourself in your blanket fort. Brag on social media. Halloween. Yeah.
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Subscribe:►► http://bit.ly/1HuynlY First Egg Video:►► http://bit.ly/1Rx524e Next Egg Video: http://bit.ly/1nPVnZk This sandwich began with Ryan. Special thanks to Police Chief Paul. Recipe: Wide Bread White Mayo Brown Hashbrowns Old Cheddar Round Egg A whisper of Ketchup Thin wisps of pickle Thicker wisps of tomato Fresh salt pepper pepper pepper Creamy avocado White mayo Wide bread