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MGTOW Monk - Hey...let's cook some shrimp and pasta!!

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Hammerhand
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Published on 30 Jul 2021 / In People & Blogs

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Sinister1270
Sinister1270 2 months ago

Very nice. but being a cajun we boil them shrimp in liquid crab boil lol

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Shadewalker
Shadewalker 2 months ago

Hey Hammer would love to you cook up a couple of sirloins with mushrooms and onions.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Corn Cobs in Hot Water...... I thought the women were warming up the sex toys....

"One in my cunt, One in my arse - Whooo Hooo! I don't need no man!"

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The Man Inside
The Man Inside 2 months ago

It started with cat videos.
Now a culinary video!
How many Homo suspicion points does that grants you?

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anonmachina
anonmachina 2 months ago

The beginning...with those sounds...Neanderthal, indeed.

Hilarious.

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anonmachina
anonmachina 2 months ago

I like that you suggested butter, and NOT margerine, as margerine is just oil made to 'look like butter'.

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celticgaurdian1400
celticgaurdian1400 2 months ago

HammerHand, bringing a helping hand to young men whose mothers never taught them anything with simple and basic go to meals for minimal prep work, time, and money. You men who are just starting to de-fuck your lives or are wanting good meals that'll cost a 1/10 of what they'll charge you at a restaurant and still be able to get the other 9/10 for the next couple of days should pick up a classic cookbook or watch videos just like this.
If guys in our size category can get enough food (can't presume what Hammer's dietary needs are calorically speaking) for 3000 calories a day for an entire month for around maybe $150-$175 and in so doing cut our monthly expenses down significantly, then how are you Men who can healthily get away with 2/3 of our needs still be broke?
Learn to cook, Gentlemen. Grandfather taught me how to handle working with knives, grilling, frying, hunting and fishing. Grandmother taught spices, techniques, roasting, baking, growing veggies in a garden, and pairings. Learn as much as you can from those who have come before you and no Wahman today can offer anything other than a warm hole. Every woman I've dated either did not know the basics of cooking or could not come close to the dishes I could pump out on a nightly basis.

Hammer, I've made a version of this using pesto and mushrooms instead of your butter marinade and corn. I'm going to have to give this one a try next time I go shopping.

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Generationless
Generationless 2 months ago

My grandfather was one of the best cooks I've ever known in my life. He ran a flour mill for a living, but cooking was his hobby. That's why he was so good at it, he did it for fun.

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Generationless
Generationless 2 months ago

Used to have to cook supper for my little brother and me back in grade school and Jr. High if dad had to work late. Worked as a cook during H.S. and after, for about 3 years. I was never without a job more than 3 days because of the experience. There's no excuse for not knowing how to cook. If you can read and follow directions, get a recipe, and just do it. You get better with practice over time.

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celticgaurdian1400
celticgaurdian1400 2 months ago

Amen. Every Chef on Food Network has burned water when they started out. Spending a few extra dollars on replacing wasted ingredients pays itself back in experience 100 fold when you can walk into a kitchen with minimal ingredients and walk out with a good meal. Learn basic sauces and you are guaranteed to make a meal 10x better if you overcook the meats/veggies.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@celticgaurdian1400: Yeah you can also clean ash and cinders out of a cast ioron frypan, with a blow torch.

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