When I was in the Boy Scouts, we were making plans for a campout and using a pre-planned set of meals. We went out and bought everything on the list. In the middle of the instructions for salmon croquets, it says to fry in oil. Oil? We needed oil? Not on the list of needed items. We had salmon hash.
Always read the recipe BEFORE you start cooking.
Good thing the recipe didn’t call for baby oil!
How do you juice an olive? First, you get Popeye.
(Oh, you’re just mad because you didn’t post it first!)
Just looked up Blue Apron. Seems kind of unnecessary. If you want to cook, then get a cookbook, find some recipes in it that look good, make a list of what you’ll need, and pick it up next time you’re at the grocery. And there are recipes with full instructions all over the Internet for free.
Strange grammar here. It should be “Olive oil? How am I supposed to juice an olive?”
Luke is proof that you can’t fix stupid.
I had a friend subscribe to this once, and she called me in a panic: “I don’t have olive oil! Can I use water?”
I tried it for a month. It’s pretty neat and it had stuff I would never cook for myself, and had ingredients that I have a hard time finding in my rural area without driving all over the place. It was extremely convenient, extremely easy (despite the stupidity shown above), but very expensive (for me). I guess it’s not meant for people that don’t even know the basics of cooking. I don’t own a microwave, so I cook everything I make.
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