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Infiltration Forums > Private Boards Index > Cooking > ultra quik stoner delights(Viewed 1518 times)
denvereen location:
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ultra quik stoner delights
< on 9/2/2011 1:41 AM >
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Here's 2 examples, one real food, and the other a sweet-tooth extravaganza.

1) while staying with friends 25 or more years ago in Marin County, who lived in a horrid situation in a house where they were kinda trapped upstairs by the woman who rented to them on the bottom floor we smoked zee pot and watched that new show "Married With Children". The guy who was with my old girlfriend was an actual chef. So he went down to slam pots around and kill our cravings.
He came back with burritos, and I was shocked mid-burrito to find out the main ingredient was peanut butter. I have tried to duplicate it here and there but here are the basics I remember. (And btw his were screamingly delicious).

Basically, he slathered peanut butter on tortillas, and then put on some very hot salsa. He put in quite a bit of alfalfa sprouts, which is the DRAG of this recipe as it's not something you usually have on hand, only a chef or vegan would, but they were very important to this thing. I am quite sure there were a few other veggies in it, perhaps even just celery. There was also some sour cream. He baked these at a really low heat, and you would swear you were eating a really super great burrito when eating them in the dark, and it even seemed like there was meat or at least refried beans but there was not.

2) Pumpkin Clump.
This was my own creation, and all I can say for Back Up, is that I told all the stoners at work about it, and they salivated thinking this was indeed a good idea. Not Diet friendly. While watching something good on tv, prolly a little after thanksgiving, I got a craving, and rushed downstairs to whip something together using things I didn't usually have in the house.

The ingredients were: graham crackers, walnuts, coconut, maple syrup, butter, canned pumpkin.

In a huge rush to beat commercials, I opened the pumpkin, put a large glob of it in a micro bowl, and put some butter on it. Nuked it. I took a bag of cooking walnuts and beat it with a hammer till it was virtual dust, but, not completely, as the texture of a few nut bits was nice. I put maple syrup in to nuke with the pumpkin which tastes awful without a source of sugar. Suspecting that this was going to be DAMN GOOD, I got out a huge "good" plate. After dumping some coconut, and the walnuts into the mix, I tasted it, and added some more syrup to taste. While that was nuking, I crushed some graham crackers on the plate, pure dust....and then spooned the clump onto the dust pile. I think I also had some fruit, like strawberry's at the time, so I garnished with something like that, (did this many times for a period). And then I drizzeled more maple syrup across the clump and a bit on the plate for looks. It looked and tasted fantastic. Oh fuck, I forgot to mention that later, I started adding raisins and found them IMPERATIVEish. It's basically, pumpkin pie, but done in a few minutes, and the chewyness of the nuts, coconut, and raisins make it so much more delightful than just plain pumpkin pie. This whole thing could also of course, be done RIGHT, and baked into an actual pumpkin pie. I like pumpkin pie, don't get me wrong. But raisins and coconut, and nuts, make pumpkin pie into a huge orgasm. You can't really go wrong with adding or subtracting ingredients to taste. Some of you seem quite knowledgeable about food, so all I would really pass on is...that the way I described can be done "just like that" without a crust. And if you must have a crust, you can make one or buy one, and dump this stuff into it in minutes while making the mess of ONE bowl that you nuke it in. Can't stress enuf how good the texture of the coconut, and nuts and raisins makes this virtual pumpkin pie into something other worldly.



Tamara location:
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Re: ultra quik stoner delights
<Reply # 1 on 9/3/2011 6:43 PM >
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Thanks! I'll have to find a gluten free version of these. I find it hard to believe this forum has gone thus far without a stoner thread. We're all blazers lol.


When I'm high i love making on pan things. Usually, hashbrowns with whatever is in the house: green onions, cheese, hot sauce, some ketchup, green peppers.One giant gooey mash of greatness.



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denvereen location:
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Re: ultra quik stoner delights
<Reply # 2 on 9/3/2011 8:36 PM >
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I do the same thing. When I make baked potatos I never just make a few. I make about 12, so I can make hashed browns out of them in the coming days.
I put all those things you mentioned, but I never thought of cheese. I'm gonna do this NOW, since you reminded me.



Tamara location:
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Re: ultra quik stoner delights
<Reply # 3 on 9/4/2011 1:56 AM >
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Tonight:

blueberries and raspberries doused in honey.



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Tamara location:
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Re: ultra quik stoner delights
<Reply # 4 on 9/5/2011 12:38 AM >
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Re: ultra quik stoner delights
<Reply # 5 on 9/5/2011 8:10 PM >
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Posted by Tamara
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Mmmm! Also very quick, easy, yummy stoner delight: Half a grapefruit with honey. Currently eating that with raw Rata honey from New Zealand (< Honey snob)



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