This picture of Joyful Abode’s Cheese Crisps makes me wanna reach through my computer and grab one. But since that ain’t gonna happen, I’ll hafta whip up a batch with the help of their oh-so-simple and quick recipe.
CHEESE! Any kind you fancy.
seasoning, if desired
a cheese grater, if you aren’t using pre-shredded cheese, that is
So you’ve just hauled your sorry behind home after a late night of partying and you’re STARVING! One of my brothers’ favorite after-kegger snacks was a piece of white bread with Lawry’s Seasoned Salt sprinkled over it. You could try that, but I wouldn’t advise it. Weissensteinburg’s 5 minute pita pizza on the other hand…. well, you don’t have to be lit up like a Christmas tree to find it tasty. To throw one together you’ll need the following:
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Store-bought microwave popcorn is kinda nasty: it tastes processed, gritty, and generally nothing like popcorn. Plus, when you can make your own, it becomes overpriced, and unnecessary. When one doesn’t have the time during a commercial break to stand in front of the stove shaking for seven or eight minutes, DIY microwave popcorn is a totally usable alternative that puts that toxic, yellow sludge-covered stuff to shame.
Ingredients: A brown paper lunch bag 1/4 cup popcorn 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoon salt Microwave Serving bowl