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Made In Mouth

a Non-Cook Book
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A book of recipes to make right in your mouth. No pans, no cooking, no washing....
For instance - Put into your mouth:
9 chocolate chips
6 raisins
1 - 2 walnuts
Chew briskly.
[This may taste like a Chunky] You may alter ingredients to your personal tastes or make something new every time.
This recipe is only an example of the suggestions this Non-Cook Book would contain. You are only limited by your imagination.
xandram, Nov 20 2009

Grendel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grendel
Not Brundle [BunsenHoneydew, Mar 19 2010]


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       "Now pour in the boiling water..."
DrWorm, Nov 20 2009
  

       "... and whisk with a fork until smooth."
8th of 7, Nov 20 2009
  

       Some milk, a teaspoon of sugar, crack in an egg. <shake head vigorously>   

       mmmmmmm eggnog.   

       I'm not limited by my imagination so much as the denied option of pre-preparation. For example, where do I start with mouth toast? By inserting toast?
Ian Tindale, Nov 20 2009
  

       Peanuts + raisins = peanut butter & jelly.
phoenix, Nov 20 2009
  

       nice one!
po, Nov 20 2009
  

       [Ian] because toast is really a *cooked* item it wouldn't work, but may I suggest:
1 marshmallow
11 peanuts
1/2 slice bread
makes a yummy fluffer-nutter. (unless you guys don't have those over the sea...)
xandram, Nov 20 2009
  

       I've made my share of "mouth salad" while working in the garden.
normzone, Nov 20 2009
  

       Good for people with false teeth, because you could have food processor sets to pop in for certain recipes. Call them Denchews.
xenzag, Nov 20 2009
  

       No recipe. Just wanted to say "Good stuff".   

       Good stuff. +
shudderprose, Nov 20 2009
  

       Yes I do this out of the store cupboards.   

       Current favourite is a brazil nut and a date
pocmloc, Nov 20 2009
  

       Five parts gin, one part vermouth, one olive.
calum, Nov 20 2009
  

       Go Go Gadget Arrakis Worm Dentures
FlyingToaster, Nov 20 2009
  

       *hot* salami, cheddar, pb on a cracker, raw veggies (,milk).
FlyingToaster, Nov 21 2009
  

       mmm lots of good recipes here, how is this not a recipe?
dentworth, Nov 21 2009
  

       1 shot lime cordial
1 shot Bailey's liqueur
Shake vigourously.
  

       <pick bits out of teeth>
Jinbish, Nov 21 2009
  

       // how is this not a recipe
The "recipes" are just examples. The invention is the thing they're examples of - that's different.
jutta, Nov 21 2009
  

       //That sounds positively nasty//
OK, how about four parts gin, one part vermouth, two olives? 'Cause that's as far as I'm prepared to go.
calum, Nov 21 2009
  

       This is all a bit too convoluted, involved and circuitous. Wouldn't it be more direct to have a "Made In Arse" idea?
Ian Tindale, Nov 21 2009
  

       I've been living like Winney the Pooh.
rcarty, Nov 21 2009
  

       Positively brilliant. Equal parts peanut butter and honey; Gargle, then call me in the morning, when you can speak again. (I love this idea so much I could cry.)
blissmiss, Nov 21 2009
  

       Fresh tomato slices, salt, and high-proof vodka....   

       (Look it up, it's a popular Russian entertainment)
8th of 7, Nov 21 2009
  

       wish I were a ruminant so that I could savor my recipe on the long commute to work.
outloud, Nov 21 2009
  

       A couple of fingers down the throat should do the trick.
8th of 7, Nov 21 2009
  

       does stomach acid count as a preparation technique? I hope so. please.
Sparkyplugclean, Nov 22 2009
  

       Baked. Tequila, lemon, salt.
BunsenHoneydew, Nov 22 2009
  

       Cooking tequila would make the alcohol go away, bunny ;-) but your comment could be an addition to chapter 9, titled "Adults Only".
blissmiss, Nov 22 2009
  

       for [dentworth] and others- the actual IDEA is for a BOOK- yes a book of these recipes that I think we actually do. Once I became diabetic I didn't keep any desserts in the house. But how can one live without desserts? So I started with a marshmallow and a couple of almonds - chewed together at the same time and it produced a type of nutty/candy dessert for me. So it's not baked until we put this Non-Cook Book together. (btw- it's coming along nicely here...)Thanks.
xandram, Nov 22 2009
  

       //does stomach acid count as a preparation technique?//   

       only for grendel-fly
Arcanus, Mar 12 2010
  

       take 1 brick uncooked ramen noodles / bite off mouthful / swig warm-as-you-can-stand chicken broth (optional: add dash of flavor packet) / swish for 1 minute, or till noodles become palatable / swallow / repeat as desired
smendler, Mar 13 2010
  

       That would be Brundle-fly, [Arcanus]. Grendel-fly is an even more horrifying image. [link]
BunsenHoneydew, Mar 19 2010
  


 

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