The History of every major Galactic Civilization tends to pass through three distinct and recognizable phases, those of Survival, Inquiry and Sophistication, otherwise known as the How, Why and Where phases. For instance, the first phase is characterized by the question “How can we eat?” the second by the question “Why do we eat?” and the third by the question “Where shall we have lunch?” –Douglas Adams
This section is devoted to cooking. It is generally cooking for lazy people (like me), typically avoiding yummy gluten and delicious dairy and other such things that my body is currently rejecting (because it has a hateful streak). Most foods are suitable for two people or one person twice or maybe just one very hungry person.
If you are afraid of cooking but can eat anything and like the idea of having dinner parties, try this book instead. You’re not going to find a lot of variety here, but rather some solid basics with bits of nuance and subtlety to keep them from being horribly boring.
Updates will be posted here as I make them, but, being lazy, they’re slow in coming.
- Charcoal Grilling Made Simple
- Raze the Steaks
- Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Easier than Pie: Fruit Crisp
- How To: Freeze Raspberries
Now, let us prey.
A Discordian is Required during his early Illumination to Go Off Alone & Partake Joyously of a Hot Dog on a Friday; this Devotive Ceremony to Remonstrate against the popular Paganisms of the Day: of Catholic Christendom (no meat on Friday), of Judaism (no meat of Pork), of Hindic Peoples (no meat of Beef), of Buddhists (no meat of animal), and of Discordians (no Hot Dog Buns).
—Principia Discordia, “The Pentabarf” Commandment #3