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(Jezebel)   Perhaps the most brilliant person ever in the history of the human race has figured out the recipe to make the infamous Arrested Development cornballs   (jezebel.com) divider line 31
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2013-12-15 12:42:29 PM  
Please tell me this is a paid link. Who the fark is stupid enough to be mystified by corn balls? I can find a billion recipes online.
 
2013-12-15 12:42:33 PM  
Jizzabell link.

Not clicking.
 
2013-12-15 12:47:45 PM  
Now I feel bad, like I pimped out one of Santa's elves.
 
2013-12-15 12:52:29 PM  
Typical Jezebel sexism.  They are corntesticles.
 
2013-12-15 12:56:22 PM  
Can we stop posting shiatty pop-feminist blog ramblings? A blog this intolerant does not need more attention.
 
2013-12-15 12:59:47 PM  
Hey guys, I figured out how to make those sandwich things everyone was always finishing for each other!
 
2013-12-15 01:04:13 PM  
I don't watch the show, but I grew up calling them hushpuppies...
 
2013-12-15 01:04:20 PM  
Call me old fashioned, but that Gizmodo / Gawker style of forum is just way too hard to follow.
 
2013-12-15 01:15:24 PM  
Well.

If nothing else, at least Jezebel has finally run out of things to talk about.
 
2013-12-15 01:26:27 PM  

ZzeusS: Call me old fashioned, but that Gizmodo / Gawker style of forum is just way too hard to follow.


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2013-12-15 01:35:07 PM  
Every damn time!
 
2013-12-15 02:06:54 PM  
Sooo....it's a corn fritter?
 
2013-12-15 02:11:02 PM  
Subby has low expectations of brillance, or is impressed very easily.
 
2013-12-15 02:18:33 PM  
I'd be far more impressed if someone came up with a good recipe for Milk Steak.  There have been a few attempts, but I don't think they quite got at what Charlie was talking about.

/little green ghouls, buddies!
 
2013-12-15 02:23:31 PM  
Thank god. Maybe now they can get cracking on that elusive "hot ham water" recipe.
 
2013-12-15 02:24:39 PM  
Viva la cornballer!
 
2013-12-15 02:27:05 PM  
Before you jump into the 'frying pan,' so to speak (hahaha, no that was a terrible joke, sorry),


I wonder if the author knows what the word "joke" means.  It's not a "terrible joke."  In order for something to be a terrible joke, it has to be a joke.
 
2013-12-15 03:20:58 PM  
Corn fritters. They're just corn fritters. Been around for a couple hundred years now.
 
2013-12-15 03:27:19 PM  
1/2C all-purpose or whole-wheat flour....1t salt...4T olive oil

OK, am I the only one wondering how the heck do you measure 150,000m/sec of flour?

And one tonne of salt!?  OK, fried food usually needs to be salty, but, but, but, my doctors says...
Plus I look at the photos, and wonder HOW DID THEY MANAGE TO FIT A TONNE OF SALT IN THERE?

Lastly: a T of olive oil?  Like a billion molecules?  Oil from a billion olives?

I'm so confused.
 
2013-12-15 03:34:25 PM  

Type random string here: OK, am I the only one wondering how the heck do you measure 150,000m/sec of flour?


I've seen some recipes use "t" for teaspoon and "T" for tablespoon.
 
2013-12-15 03:59:34 PM  
Really?  This was a mystery to someone?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hushpuppy
 
2013-12-15 04:44:47 PM  

Type random string here: 1/2C all-purpose or whole-wheat flour....1t salt...4T olive oil

OK, am I the only one wondering how the heck do you measure 150,000m/sec of flour?

And one tonne of salt!?  OK, fried food usually needs to be salty, but, but, but, my doctors says...
Plus I look at the photos, and wonder HOW DID THEY MANAGE TO FIT A TONNE OF SALT IN THERE?

Lastly: a T of olive oil?  Like a billion molecules?  Oil from a billion olives?

I'm so confused.



In baking, a small "t" means a teaspoon and a capital "T" means a tablespoon. I guess you were being
facetious?

That recipe sounds blehhhhch.
 
2013-12-15 04:46:06 PM  

sallys: Type random string here: 1/2C all-purpose or whole-wheat flour....1t salt...4T olive oil

OK, am I the only one wondering how the heck do you measure 150,000m/sec of flour?

And one tonne of salt!?  OK, fried food usually needs to be salty, but, but, but, my doctors says...
Plus I look at the photos, and wonder HOW DID THEY MANAGE TO FIT A TONNE OF SALT IN THERE?

Lastly: a T of olive oil?  Like a billion molecules?  Oil from a billion olives?

I'm so confused.


In baking, a small "t" means a teaspoon and a capital "T" means a tablespoon. I guess you were being
facetious?

That recipe sounds blehhhhch.


Does C still mean light speed?
 
2013-12-15 05:36:45 PM  

FloydA: sallys: Type random string here: 1/2C all-purpose or whole-wheat flour....1t salt...4T olive oil

OK, am I the only one wondering how the heck do you measure 150,000m/sec of flour?

And one tonne of salt!?  OK, fried food usually needs to be salty, but, but, but, my doctors says...
Plus I look at the photos, and wonder HOW DID THEY MANAGE TO FIT A TONNE OF SALT IN THERE?

Lastly: a T of olive oil?  Like a billion molecules?  Oil from a billion olives?

I'm so confused.


In baking, a small "t" means a teaspoon and a capital "T" means a tablespoon. I guess you were being
facetious?

That recipe sounds blehhhhch.

Does C still mean light speed?


Only if you're trying to cook a light meal.
 
2013-12-15 05:38:23 PM  
www.soulbounce.comI don't know what the hell you are all talking about. This is the only Arrested Development  I know of:
 
2013-12-15 05:55:04 PM  
I have no clue what the Arrested Development corn balls were supposed to be but that's a recipe for corn fritters.
 
2013-12-15 06:03:44 PM  
This thread just resulted in me cooking corn fritters for the wifey and I.
 
2013-12-15 09:14:46 PM  

Sarien: Really?  This was a mystery to someone?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hushpuppy




Hush puppies ain't at all the same thing as a corn fritter rolled into a ball shape.
Find yourself a good southern woman who can cook and you will know the difference.

/making chicken fried steak with white gravy, fried okra, green beans from my garden and white corn pone for dinner right now...
//my house smells farking delicious
 
2013-12-15 10:06:27 PM  
That is literally the best fark headline that I have ever seen in my entire life. Literally.
 
2013-12-15 11:51:32 PM  

rogue_L_chick: Sarien: Really?  This was a mystery to someone?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hushpuppy

Hush puppies ain't at all the same thing as a corn fritter rolled into a ball shape.
Find yourself a good southern woman who can cook and you will know the difference.

/making chicken fried steak with white gravy, fried okra, green beans from my garden and white corn pone for dinner right now...
//my house smells farking delicious


I visited family up North in November and made biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast.  They'd never heard of it.  I had to make it every morning i was there :)

For you folks that have never had it, here's how.  Super easy.

Brown a pound of sausage in a skillet.

Stir in 1/2 cup flour.  Cook it in for a few minutes.

Add 2 cups milk.  Salt and pepper to taste,  Stir now and then over low heat until it gets thick,

Serve over biscuits.

Food of the gods.
 
2013-12-16 01:09:00 AM  

Marine1: Jizzabell link.

Not clicking.


QFT,

though they must be losing traffic or something, because even as click bait goes - this is weak.
 
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