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The Datalounge Cook Book

Post your favorite recipes here. From classy to trashy...you can name the recipe after a celebrity to keep this fitting with pointless bitchery.

by Momma June's Skettireply 4807/30/2013

cuppa cuppa cuppa

by Momma June's Skettireply 107/25/2013

Vodka

Soda

Lime wedge

Ice

Mix in a tall glass.

by Momma June's Skettireply 207/25/2013

[all posts by ham-fisted troll a removed.]

by Momma June's Skettireply 307/25/2013

I forgot the recipe but Dave's Patty Pan deserves a place in this book.

by Momma June's Skettireply 407/25/2013

I got a bread pudding in the oven right now. If you treat me nice, you can have some.There's raisins in it, is that OK? I even whipped the cream myself.

by Momma June's Skettireply 507/25/2013

Raisins ruin everything.

by Momma June's Skettireply 607/25/2013

[quote] I even whipped the cream myself.

That is NOT Semi-Homemade!

by Momma June's Skettireply 707/25/2013

Cak with graxy.

by Momma June's Skettireply 807/25/2013

Corn Casserole!

by Momma June's Skettireply 907/25/2013

Perfect Chicken Salad featuring the tangy zip of Miracle Whip®!

by Momma June's Skettireply 1007/25/2013

Cooked not event toast

Cook toast

DO NOT serve to party guests

by Momma June's Skettireply 1107/25/2013

Ayn Rand's Objectivist Macaroni & Cheese

[bold]FIND YOUR OWN GODDAMN RECIPE[/bold], you lazy parasites! Now get me a Fresca, and pronto!

by Momma June's Skettireply 1207/25/2013

r1 I actually made cuppa cuppa cuppa from Truvy's recipe in the movie. It was not good.

by Momma June's Skettireply 1307/25/2013

Frozen turkey meatballs

by Momma June's Skettireply 1407/25/2013

Potato salad with enema mayonnaise.

by Momma June's Skettireply 1507/25/2013

No DL dish is complete without a can of frosting.

by Momma June's Skettireply 1607/25/2013

Red Dragon Cheese Souffle

by Momma June's Skettireply 1707/25/2013

[quote] I actually made cuppa cuppa cuppa from Truvy's recipe in the movie. It was not good.

I did this too, in a moment of extreme boredom. It was awful.

by Momma June's Skettireply 1807/25/2013

Canapes: Red Dragon cheese straws

miniature turkey meatballs with Duke Mayo dressing

bite-sized bread pudding (served in portions of 8)

NO cilantro

Cocktails: Gin and regret

Vodka graxy jello shots

by Momma June's Skettireply 1907/25/2013

(opens storebought doughnut box)

Voila, breakfast is served!

by Momma June's Skettireply 2007/25/2013

It's a cookbook!

by Momma June's Skettireply 2107/25/2013

I read Datalounge Cock Book

by Momma June's Skettireply 2207/25/2013

Instant deviled eggs: Squeeze some mayo into your mouth, right from the plastic bottle, then eat a hardboiled egg.

by Momma June's Skettireply 2307/25/2013

Cornbread salad, of course.

by Momma June's Skettireply 2407/25/2013

This thread will end in tears.

by Momma June's Skettireply 2507/25/2013

1 cup Vodka

1 cup Meth

Mix in Datalounge around 1am on a Friday night

by Momma June's Skettireply 2607/25/2013

r6 Blasphemer!!! Raisins are sugary sundrops from God Himself. I can't enjoy rice pudding or oatmeal without 'em. Found a source for raisins made from the sweet, red Flame grapes. Boy, some are as big as my thumb.

by Momma June's Skettireply 2707/29/2013

I clicked on this thread for recipes. I guess I was duped.

by Momma June's Skettireply 2807/29/2013

Same here, R28.

But ya know what? I'ma gonna post my recipe anyway!

Cook up some rice [I usually use Minute Rice; yes, I'm trash]

Nuke some frozen, chopped spinach [so it's warm, duh]

Mix spinach and cooked rice in a big bowl

Add seasonings as desired: my choices are margarine/butter, onion salt, garlic powder, pepper, and, most important of all, a shit-ton of parmesan cheese

Heavenly!

by Momma June's Skettireply 2907/29/2013

Here you go, bitches. Add cilantro to taste.

by Momma June's Skettireply 3007/29/2013

My God, r30 - that sounds vile

by Momma June's Skettireply 3107/29/2013

Oven fried chicken drumsticks are divine for summertime picnics!

by Momma June's Skettireply 3207/29/2013

Don't forget Sissy's Pizza Bread!

by Momma June's Skettireply 3307/29/2013

r29 = Mama June

by Momma June's Skettireply 3407/29/2013

Key lime pie from Publix.

by Momma June's Skettireply 3507/29/2013

Cute, R34, but did you not see that my recipe includes spinach?

It's healthy!

I usually make it with a couple of cups of cooked rice, 1-2 cups of spinach, and maybe 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese, so it's not ridiculously unhealthy by any stretch.

by Momma June's Skettireply 3607/29/2013

Spinach and Zucchini Soup Recipe I prefer to use a light tasting vegetable stock here, nothing too overpowering. If you'd like a richer version of this soup feel free to finish the soup with a splash of cream, or a dollop of creme fraiche or plain yogurt in place of the finishing drizzle of olive oil.

3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 cloves garlic, chopped 2 medium onions, roughly chopped big pinch of salt 2 1/2 cups potatoes (2 medium) cut into 1/2-inch cubes 2 1/2 cups zucchini (2 medium), loosely chopped 4 cups vegetable stock 4 cups fresh spinach leaves, loosely packed 1 cup cilantro, loosely chopped one lemon

In a large, thick-bottomed pot over medium-high heat, add the olive oil. When the oil is hot (but not smoking) add the garlic and onions and saute for a few minutes along with pinch of salt - just until they soften up a bit. Stir in the potatoes and zucchini. Add the stock. Bring to a simmer and cook until potatoes are soft throughout, roughly 10-15 minutes.

Stir in the spinach, and wait for it to wilt, just ten seconds or so. Now stir in the cilantro. Puree with a hand blender until smooth. Whisk in a big squeeze of lemon juice. Now taste, and add more salt if needed. Finish with a drizzle of olive oil and serve.

Serves about 6.

by Momma June's Skettireply 3707/30/2013

English Peas a la Paula Deen

by Momma June's Skettireply 3807/30/2013

Print copy of datalounge cookbook-

by Momma June's Skettireply 3907/30/2013

r39 Where oh where did you ever find that treasure? I hope they re-print it.

by Momma June's Skettireply 4007/30/2013

My famous Kwanzaa Cake!

by Momma June's Skettireply 4107/30/2013

Delicious, Delicious, Delicious!

by Momma June's Skettireply 4207/30/2013

mention me and yur cooked

by Momma June's Skettireply 4307/30/2013

For R40.

by Momma June's Skettireply 4407/30/2013

I want a delicious meal and a garbage bowl and an eeefeeem husband.

by Momma June's Skettireply 4507/30/2013

Anyone of you ever see the "Natural Harvest" cookbook? It's a collection of recipes with semen as a main ingredient. I wonder if you can make meringue or cream cheese frosting with it?

by Momma June's Skettireply 4607/30/2013

Was going to post this, but here's the Joan Crawford Meatloaf thread.

by Momma June's Skettireply 4707/30/2013

This is HARDLY a cook book thread. .. And here I was about to actually post a wonderful recipe for stuffed mushrooms; with prep instructions, seasoning amounts, cooking times and oven temperatures. .. I guess the joke's on me.. Oh well..

by Momma June's Skettireply 4807/30/2013
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