Tumblr Thread: Brother Learns Not To Antagonize The Chef

This quick Tumblr thread highlights the importance of being nice to the person responsible for preparing the food. Bro learned a quick and humbling lesson. Even then, he was still able to get some of that good old homemade pasta. Lucky dude. Also, totally ready for some pasta now. 

This quick Tumblr thread highlights the importance of being nice to the person responsible for preparing the food. Bro learned a quick and humbling lesson. Even then, he was still able to get some of that good old homemade pasta. Lucky dude. Also, totally ready for some pasta now. 

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Text - marisatomay my brother has been criticizing me all day and he told me if i wasn't happy i could go somewhere else so i wouldn't ruin everyone else's dinner so i took the massive bowl of pasta + special sauce i spent the last 2 hours making from scratch for the whole family and i left marisatomay it really is incredibly bold to mercilessly criticize the person who is not only making your dinner but also holding a knife

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Text - marisatomay I sequestered myself in the other side of the house and ate my family-sized pasta from a mixing bowl using a serving spoon in the dark because the sun went down in the 2+ hours I spent stewing and I was too stubborn to turn on a light marisatomay the only person I shared my pasta with was my dad who on a conference call at the time and didn't just stand there and watch my brother be an asshole like the rest of my family and since he came to me in my sanctuary with his bowl and

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Text - marisatomay sometimes you're an adult who has been quarantined with your parents, younger siblings, grandfather, and dog for the last 2 months because of a global pandemic and some nights you just have to take your pasta and Leave because you are an adult who knows when to tap the fuck out rivkahstudies OP thank you not only for the amazing image of you eating pasta in the dark and your father kindly pleading for your mercy but also a wonderful example of when to set firm boundaries and p

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Happy Wholesome Memes & Posts For Anyone Who Needs Them

There’s no getting around it: the world is going through it. From protests around the USA to the coronavirus pandemic, things are looking and feeling bleak as hell. While these memes and posts won’t solve any of the problems plaguing the globe, they do have the potential to improve your mood and remind you that there is still some good in the world. And that counts for something.

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Dog - Chase Stout Follow @ChaserStout Got a kitten this weekend & our German shepherd pup, Huey, thinks it's his. I'm not going to tell him any different.

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Photograph - Kevin Kennedy Ryan II Follow @K_47 Three years ago, I married the love of my life and my sister fell over

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Dog - This is Rocky. He's deep in his dream and smiling. Must be getting called a good boy

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Footwear - My wife got me Superman dress socks (with cape) that I now secretly rock at work. Sometimes I want to lift my pants up and run down the hallways to see the capes fly. It's the little things.

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Fourteen Familial Memes For People With Siblings

Anyone with siblings will understand the strange love-hate dynamic involved. On one hand, you want to kill your sibling when they borrow your clothes or eat your food. But on the other hand, you’d take a bullet for them. 

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Cartoon - Parents: "you have to share with your brother!" ME:

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Text - James BreakwellO @XplodingUnicorn My daughter's lip is bleeding. None of her sisters know what happened. At least they know the first rule of Fight Club. 11:59 AM 29 Oct 16

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Musical instrument - When you've had enough of your brother @mateyouwot NERF

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Grass - When you're fighting with your sibling and your mum walks in so you both pretend to be hurt to get the other one in trouble

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Product - coolscar why did i just witness my 13y/o brother trying to bottle flip a gallon of milk youngvenuz how did it go? coolscar

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Text - Kgali Molefe @Kgali_M First borns are always the meanest Musa @dlakza Because we became parents of children we didn't make. So yeah we're very angry.

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People - This couple had THREE sets of twins and a lil girl Chad Butler Jr. Follow @TheDreligga Later in life if her boyfriend cheat he gone catch one confusina ass beating ..

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Product - Thate my brother . He play too much EYE PAD Pad Air

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Text - HENNY @hennaahmedx sibling fights don't end in apology, y'al just walk around the house and don't talk to each other for a couple hours and then one of u will pop ur head in the other's room and ask if they want food 5/6/18, 11:19 PM

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Text - When you and your brother are fighting but then your mom comes in

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Gesture - *After a fight with siblings* Mum: Shake hands and don't fight again Me:

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Text - Me: My sister is the most annoying person ever... *Someone says something bad about my sister* Me: HOLD MY POODLE

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Face - When you tell a slightly offensive joke at the dinner table You: Your brother: The guest: Your mom:

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Eighteen Fail-Filled ‘Family Feud’ Moments Worth A Good Old Facepalm

We’re gonna give these people the benefit of the doubt and just assume they were having off-days. Either way, it’s still fun to cringe and laugh at other people’s misfortune sometimes, so scroll down and then click here to see more of that!

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Facial expression - Name something Russia is famous for. Russians.

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Facial expression - During what month of pregnancy does a woman begin to look pregnant? 4 September

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Photo caption - A reason why you might stay indoors on a beautiful day. SGSA Because it's raining ŠGSA

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Forehead - Something you wouldn't want the police to find in the trunk of your car. Gsn Pickles JESSE Gsn

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Hair - Name a yellow fruit. ATOMIC 门S Orange.

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News - Name something that follows the word "pork" Upine. KAMILY FEUD

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Hair - Name something you squeeze. Peanut butter

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News - Something only worn by children. NGA Clothes GAME

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Facial expression - If you have a big enough casket, name something you really can take with you. You're dead you're gonna kill your pet cause you didn't make it? A pet. Oh. My. Goodness.

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Forehead - Name an animal whose eggs you'd probably never eat for breakfast. GAME Hamster

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Facial expression - Name a famous Arthur. GST Shakespeare? ENNY Gsn

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Funny meme featuring Guardians of the Galaxy about relatives making fun of you and you don't want to be around them because of it | My family: OMG you never sit and talk with us! We don't know anything about you! Me: *shares interests* My family:

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Lots of guys wouldn’t wear a bracelet, but lots of guys do wear watches with dead batteries. Which is essentially a bracelet. HI! PLEASE WHITELIST US WITH YOUR ADBLOCKER! IT MEANS A LOT TO US! THANK YOU!

Lots of guys wouldn’t wear a bracelet, but lots of guys do wear watches with dead batteries. Which is essentially a bracelet.

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Woman’s Family Criticizes Fiancé’s Income

This woman asked the people of Reddit whether or not she was in the wrong for threatening to ban her family from the wedding. Sounds like the family was being all kinds of toxic, and they were trashing her fiancé’s income. 

This woman asked the people of Reddit whether or not she was in the wrong for threatening to ban her family from the wedding. Sounds like the family was being all kinds of toxic, and they were trashing her fiancé’s income. 

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Text - Text - AITA for telling my family to stay out of me and my fiancé's financial agreement and that if they keep bothering me they can't come to the wedding Not the A-hole So my fiancé and I have a large wealth discrepancy. My grandparents gave me and my sister a large amount of money when they died, and I have a much higher paying job than him. He works just as hard as me, he just gets paid less.

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Text - Text - The way our finances work right now is I pay most of our day to day expenses but he gets me nice birthday and Christmas presents. Last Christmas he got me a really beautiful necklace that he wouldn't have been able to afford if I made him pay rent on the apartment. So he contributes just as much as he normally would if he paid rent, but this makes me feel better. The rent doesn't suddenly cost more because he lives here, I was paying it by myself anyway. My parents pestered me and

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Text - Text - I called them over Mother's Day, and they spent the whole time asking if I have started making my fiancé pay rent. I finally got sick of it and told them no, to butt out and if they kept pestering me about our personal finances that they couldn't come to the wedding. They had another meltdown and said that I was horrible for even bringing up the possibility that I wouldn't invite them to the wedding. Was that threat too far? My mom called me crying today apologizing and basically g

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Text - Text - QueenyVicky • 22h • Asshole Enthusiast [5] NTA why do they think it's okay for them to say things like you should break up with him but it's not okay for you to tell them they won't be invited to a wedding they clearly disapprove of? I wouldn't want someone who clearly isn't happy for me to be at my wedding either. If you're happy in that arrangement, they have absolutely NOTHING to say. horrible

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Text - Text - Slutty_Squirrel • 15h If you make so much more... have you thought about a percent system? If you make 80% of the income - you pay 80% of the bills.

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Text - Text - Remindme2000 • 20h Just the fact you believe a prenup means lack of trust concerns me. It actually protects you both. I somehow feel like your family may have mentioned them as well. I would sign a prenuptial agreement in a heartbeat. Anyone who would balk at one would make me very concerned.

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Text - Text - grumpierolddog • 16h |(f 50) was just divorced and I sure do wish I had a pre nup. I made more than him, in the end. We paid off his student loans, mine were done, I owned a house pre- marriage, he was renting. When divorcing, he got fifty percent of my cal strs teachers retirement and half of our 403 B's even though I put in 60 per cent. He was unemployed numerous times, and quit a job that would have given him the same type of retirement I had. I never saw what a drain he was. I

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Text - Text - Remindme2000 • 22h They are afraid you are being used for your money. Of course it isn't any of their business what you do with your money but I am sure you don't want to be blind to someone taking advantage of you either. Love CAN be blind. It maybe prudent to consider a prenup.

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Text - Text - ForgottenTroll • 22h • Partassipant [4] NTA. You spoke in anger, but your parents also did not butt out when you told them to.

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Text - Text - Rey16 • 22h • Asshole Enthusiast [8] NTA. Your financial arrangement isn't their business. Your fiancé contributes in other ways and that's what works for you. And to be honest, it sounds like part of you being much more well off than him is luck, you just happened to have grandparents that were well-off enough to leave you a large sum of money when they passed. That's something that could have easily been reversed.

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Text - Text - this_is_an_alaia• 20h • Asshole Aficionado [15] NAH your parents are concerned about you. From your comments you're not interested in signing anything that protects yourself so your family want to protect you. They're being pushy but it probably comes from a good place

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Text - Text - androidis4lyf • 15h • Partassipant [1] NAH. You're upset because, rightfully so, it is your business and it is your choice. However, I am imagining that your parents are coming from a place of love and fear for their daughter, which is a normal parental reaction. Your man is on a good wicket. He doesn't have to pay to live at that level of lifestyle. To be fair, I would consider a prenup, because love can be blind and partnerships can turn sour.

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Text - Text - ColorfulToes • 20h NTA It's NBD that you make more than him and cover most of the expenses, regardless of what your family thinks A prenup is a good idea, and it has nothing to do with trust. It's just planning, and it can be fair to both parties. More than half of marriages end in divorce, so you will be against the odds if you stay together. Debt is a big factor. In my state, debt is marital debt no matter who has it, so a spouse can rack up hundreds of thousands in secret debt,

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Text - Squish_the_android • 10h • Asshole Enthusiast [9] NAH. They're worried about you and I have a feeling that thier fears are legitimate. Don't be naive. Get a prenup.

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Text - Text - theshebeast2050 • 14h • Asshole Enthusiast [6] ESH Contributions arent always monetary. But you invited them into this by telling about about your finances. And his. I'm sure you're fiance doesn't feel good about this right now.

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Text - LayleyBean • 14h • Partassipant [1] NAH Family didn't realized realize/listen to your HARD BOUNDARY. You communicated in a way that made it clear it was a hard boundary. They apologized Problem solved. Well done.

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Text - Text - ErikaNaumann • 20h NAH They are worried your fiancé is using you for your money. In a previous comment you said you are 100% sure he isn't. Well this is a red flag itself. Never trust anyone 100%. Have you seen the divorce rates and how the usually end up for the person with more money? Yeah not good. No one gets married thinking about divorce and gold diggers, until shit hits the fan. I strongly suggest you read about prenups. I know you won't, and we are all just wasting time. Yo

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Text - Text - Horangi1987 • 20h NTA - And, I bet if we flipped the scenario and it was the man paying all the rent, no one would question it at all! I'm in the same scenario, I make 2x what my boyfriend does, and I pay our rent - we're a very happy couple, and I feel very secure knowing that heaven forbid something changed between us, I'm perfectly financially independent. It's Don't let your parents get to you - that is unnecessary stress and strife, and not the way you want to start your new l

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Text - andwhatofmywrath • 22h NTA!!! They did not respect your privacy and wishes until you brought up them possibly being unwelcome at your wedding.

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Text - Text - brazentory • 17h NTA. Financial arrangements are between the two of you. As long as you both are happy is all that matters. It's none of their business.

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Text - Text - 1999falcon • 16h NTA . I would be worried that if they come to the wedding they will be ungracious to your partner and his family but cross that bridge later. My wife earns more than me by multiples , we both work hard , she's smarter than me hence more money. We have been married 30 plus years , love each other and get along great . If it works for you your parents need to suck it up and let's face it if the genders were reversed it would not be such an issue.

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Text - Text - cirena • 16h NTA. If you give them this inch, they'll take the whole mile. If they want to come, they can behave like civilized adults and not the town gossip.

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Family Can Trace Ancestry Back To Whatever The Hell Grandma Was Talking About

MARBLEHEAD, MA—Explaining the limited extent of their genealogical knowledge, members of the Dunbar family confirmed Wednesday that they could trace their ancestry back to whatever the hell it was that grandma was always talking about. “We start to lose track of our family origins around the time that Grammy always…

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MARBLEHEAD, MA—Explaining the limited extent of their genealogical knowledge, members of the Dunbar family confirmed Wednesday that they could trace their ancestry back to whatever the hell it was that grandma was always talking about. “We start to lose track of our family origins around the time that Grammy always…

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Stuffed French Toast

This decadent Stuffed French Toast is made with thick slices of challah bread that are filled with Nutella, dipped in the most wonderful custard, then fried to perfection and dusted with powdered sugar.

Weekends and special occasions call for indulgent breakfasts! Some of our other favorites are this Crepes Recipe, Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise SauceDelicious Cinnamon Roll Pancakes Recipe, and Easy Churro Waffles.

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Stuffed French Toast

There is something immensely satisfying about taking a loaf of stale bread and giving it new life by dipping it in a custardy egg mixture and frying it up in a little butter. But this stuffed French toast takes it to the next level of goodness by adding a layer of warm, molten Nutella in the center.

This is the kind of “fancy” breakfast food you might expect to order at a nice restaurant for brunch while on vacation. It’s the perfect way to surprise the special people in your life and bring a smile to their faces.

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What you need to make stuffed French toast

The ingredient list is simple and straightforward for this Nutella stuffed French toast. But just like in my Secret Ingredient French Toast Recipe, it’s the vanilla added to the soaking custard that makes all the difference in really fabulous French toast.

  • Eggs: large eggs are beaten to create the mixture that soaks and softens the bread.
  • Milk: thins and lightens the custard to make it creamy.
  • Cinnamon: a little ground cinnamon adds fantastic flavor.
  • Vanilla: the secret ingredient that should be included in every French toast recipe!
  • Butter: used to fry the French toast for a wonderful buttery crust.
  • Bread: thick slices of day old challah bread makes the best French toast, but brioche bread, Texas toast or French bread also work.
  • Nutella: this chocolate hazelnut spread is basically breakfast magic and makes everything more delicious.

Optional Toppings:

  • Powdered sugar: for dusting over the finished slices of stuffed French toast.
  • Fresh fruit: sliced strawberries or bananas are especially good choices.
  • Syrup: a drizzle of maple or caramel syrup really take this stuffed French toast over the top.

An image of a loaf of sliced challah bread with nutella.

How to make stuffed French toast

  • Make the custard: In a medium size bowl or shallow dish, add the eggs, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla, and whisk together until smooth.
  • Assemble stuffed French toast: Spread one slice of bread with a nice even layer of Nutella then top with a second slice of bread to create a sandwich. Set aside for now.
  • Heat the skillet: You want the surface of your griddle or skillet to be nice and hot. Add the butter so it can melt.
  • Cook the French toast: Once the butter has melted and pan is hot, dip each piece of Nutella-stuffed bread into the custard, flipping it to coat both sides for just a few seconds. Place in the melted butter and fry until golden brown. Flip and repeat on the other side.
  • Serve warm: Dust the finished stuffed French toast with powdered sugar, then top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

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Tips for making stuffed French Toast

  • Use stale bread. It soaks up the custard better than really fresh bread and has a better texture when fried.
  • Don’t spread the Nutella right to the edge. Leave a little border so it doesn’t ooze out while the French toast is cooking.
  • Be careful not to soak the bread too long or it will be soggy and won’t cook through. Dredging it for just a couple of seconds on each side is plenty.
  • I like to use whole milk but half and half or heavy cream can be substituted.

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More French toast recipes

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Stuffed French Toast

Prep Time 15 minutes

Cook Time 5 minutes

Servings 4 servings

This decadent Stuffed French Toast is made with thick slices of challah bread that are filled with Nutella, dipped in the most wonderful custard, then fried to perfection and dusted with powdered sugar.

  • 4 large eggs
  • 3/4 cup whole milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 8 thick slices challah bread or other rich, eggy bread like brioche
  • 1/3 cup Nutella
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • Powdered sugar, for dusting

  1. Whisk the eggs, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon in a medium bowl until combined.

  2. Spread a slice of bread with nutella (about 1-2 tablespoons). Top with another slice of bread, sandwiching them together. Repeat until all of the bread and Nutella have been used.

  3. Melt butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. When melted, dip each sandwich into the egg wash to coat both sides. Carefully lay each sandwich in the hot butter.

  4. Cook until browned on both sides, flipping partway through. Transfer to a plate and dust with powdered sugar. Serve with fruit, whipped cream, or syrup.

Nutrition Facts

Stuffed French Toast

Amount Per Serving

Calories 313 Calories from Fat 198

% Daily Value*

Fat 22g34%

Saturated Fat 15g75%

Cholesterol 192mg64%

Sodium 175mg7%

Potassium 223mg6%

Carbohydrates 19g6%

Fiber 1g4%

Sugar 16g18%

Protein 9g18%

Vitamin A 574IU11%

Calcium 106mg11%

Iron 2mg11%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Vegan Stepdaughter Can’t Stand that Cat Isn’t Vegan

Having to accept that some animals kinda need to eat meat is harder for some people than others. The whole feeding your pets eating meat thing is also an ongoing argument, like these vegans who were called fake because they feed their cat meat.

Having to accept that some animals kinda need to eat meat is harder for some people than others. The whole feeding your pets eating meat thing is also an ongoing argument, like these vegans who were called fake because they feed their cat meat.

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Text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/headachebrewing 20 hours ago AITA for telling my stepdaughter she's absolutely under no circumstances allowed to switch out my cats food for vegan food even though she's losing weight because the sight of normal cat food makes her sick? Not the A-hole Sorry for the appalling title. My stepdaughter is living with my husband and I for the next year. Shes an educated young professional who's saving up to buy her own home.

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Text - Since she's moved in with us (past 3 months) she's become increasingly snappy and unhappy with how her dad and I run our lives. We aren't environmentally conscious enough because we don't compost our waste, we are negligent because we leave lights on when we leave our home for security reasons, we should switch to electric cars, we are contributing to the inhumane treatment of cows by consuming dairy, the list is endless. My cat Mango is getting to be an old ass man and he has lived a ful

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Text - We feed him in the kitchen and she will literally throw up / retch/ leave the kitchen if she sees him eat meat. She HAS lost a lot of weight since claiming that seeing Mango eat meat makes her sick, and we leave out dry biscuits for him to snack on which also makes her sick. It's not like we leave mess out but even if she smells his food in the am (which is gross, yeah, but the doors are open and that's just life if you have a pet) she will heave and walk away.

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Text - Her dad and I both told her if she's unhappy with it she needs to find someplace else to live and although we are genuinely sorry she's lost her appetite and has lost weight we aren't going to change Mangos lifestyle- she has yelled, cursed at us, cried, begged, etc, but no, we are NOT happy with Mango eating a vegan diet. We don't feed him cheap crap either, we feed him food quality cat food that isn't processed or full of sugar or grain. It's pretty much gourmet Gordon Ramsey worthy cat

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Text - PaigeS91 Partassipant [1] 38.3k points · 20 hours ago 22 3 NTA. Veterinary nurse here. As explained above, cats are obligate carnivores, they absolutely need the taurine that only meat can provide. Cats cant thrive on a vegan diet. My mom is a pretty hardcore vegan and still feeds all her pets a species appropriate diet because she aware that's what they need to be the healthiest they can be.

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Text - CarmineFields Asshole Enthusiast [8] 10.3k points · 20 hours ago NTA Cats are obligate carnivores and they will sicken and die without meat.

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Text - Elli_Khoraz Partassipant [1]] 6.4k points · 20 hours ago NTA. Pets can, and have, died whe irresponsible owners force their dietary beliefs on them. Cats aren't made to be vegan. She is being unreasonable, plus it's your house - she shouldn't be making all these demands on you at all.

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National Grandpa Council Allocates $300 Million To Provide Each American Some Walkin’ Around Money

WASHINGTON—Urging citizens not to spend it all in one place, the National Grandpa Council announced Tuesday a plan to allocate $300 million to provide each American with some walkin’ around money. “We heard you all have been working very hard lately, so we thought you deserved a few clams to treat yourselves to…

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Quick Tumblr Thread About Dad’s Silent Kindness

Poor dad is just trying to go around and spread the love and kindness, but every time he does so it inspires panic from the worried women in his house. Let’s all just appreciate the dads out there that are trying their best, and unintentionally inspiring anxiety in their confused family members. Their hearts are in the right place. 

Poor dad is just trying to go around and spread the love and kindness, but every time he does so it inspires panic from the worried women in his house. Let’s all just appreciate the dads out there that are trying their best, and unintentionally inspiring anxiety in their confused family members. Their hearts are in the right place. 

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Text - margotkim So I came home from work today and there was a kindle addressed to me that | did not remember ordering. I spent the afternoon trying to figure out how I accidentally purchased a kindle from Amazon, and when I came back from hanging out with Catherine, I told my parents, guys, you will not believe what I accidentally ordered for myself. "Huh," said Dad very casually. "Did you get charged for it?" I spent the next five minutes checking my bank account and came back into the living

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Text - It was around the time that I started to sound panicked that Dad confessed to buying it for me ("I didn't realize the mystery of it would be so terrifying"). Which was very, very sweet and slightly unfortunate because yesterday I purchased a replacement kindle for myself. So anyway, we now have a family kindle margotkim Me and Mom were talking about the kindle this morning, and she told me about how a few weeks ago, she got into her car only to discover that it had been mysteriously clean

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Text - "But who would do this?" she said to my father who said he was sure he had no idea. "A student? A stranger? Someone who broke into my car to steal it but felt bad about how dirty it was? WHO??" Eventually Dad was like, “Honey. It was clearly me." Poor Dad just wants to be a man who expresses his love through silent actions, but his family consists of panicked, suspicious women who apparently are very sure that strangers will ominously do nice things for us Source:andhumanslovedstories 206

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Pigs in a Blanket

Gotta love a classic Pigs in a Blanket appetizer! These are always the first to go at a party, and for good reason. Whole all-beef hot dogs are wrapped in crescent roll dough, stuffed with cheeses and baked with a garlicky butter. They’re cheesy, easy to make, and so addictive!

For more easy bite-sized apps, check out these Pizza Stuffed Crescent Rolls, our favorite Buffalo Chicken Pinwheels, and these Mozzarella Sticks.

Pigs in a blanket stacked up on a white plate with marinara sauce on the side.

Pigs in a blanket stacked up on a white plate with marinara sauce on the side.

Pigs in a Blanket

There are few things in life myself and my family love more than pigs in a blanket. It’s one of those nostalgic appetizers that I grew up eating and have continued to adore well into adulthood. What’s not to love? Salty all-beef hot dogs are wrapped up in soft crescent roll dough, stuffed with cheese, baked and then brushed with a totally addictive garlic butter. Literally, heaven on earth.

We love to eat these Pigs in a Blanket as appetizer, but we love them equally as much served for dinner with a big salad and some grilled veggies. Happy kiddos, happy adults.

There are a million different ways you can make pigs in a blanket, but our favorite is what I grew up with, good ol’ packaged crescent roll dough, American cheese and hot dogs. Here’s what you’ll need:

Ingredients in Pigs in a Blanket

  • Crescent roll dough. I grew up using crescent roll dough for pigs in a blanket, so that’s still what I use today. If you want to get a little fancier, you can also make pigs in a blanket with puff pastry. You still have the same effect, but the puff pastry is a little bit more flaky and crispy, whereas the crescent roll dough is soft and sweet. It’s just a personal preference!
  • Hot dogs. I use all-beef hot dogs, but use whatever you want! This would work with turkey dogs or even chicken hot dogs.
  • Cheese. I like to use American cheese here. It melts wonderfully and gives that all-American Pigs in a Blanket taste, but cheddar cheese would also work nicely.
  • Dijon mustard. This is optional, I usually do half with dijon, half without since my kids don’t tend to like it. All I do is spread a little bit of mustard on each strip of dough, the roll the hot dog up as I normally would.
  • Butter. You’ll need salted, melted butter. If you don’t have salted butter, that’s fine, just season the butter with to taste.
  • Spices. You’ll need garlic powder and onion powder.
  • Maldon salt. This is also optional, but I love topping these pigs in a blanket with big flakes of salt.

Dough laid out with a slice of cheese and cut up hotdog with rolled uncooked pigs in a blanket.

Dough laid out with a slice of cheese and cut up hotdog with rolled uncooked pigs in a blanket.

How to make Pigs in a Blanket

  • Prep the ingredients. Cut the hot dogs into thirds. Take the crescent roll dough out of the can. Keep the dough in tact. Gently pull the dough into four rectangles. (They should already be in rectangles as each rectangle has two triangle that are meant to be pulled apart if you were making classic crescent rolls.) Use your fingers to pinch the middle of the triangles together so the rectangle stays in tact when you cut it and roll the pigs in a blanket.
  • Use a pizza cutter to cut each rectangle into three long strips. They should be about 3/4-inch by 4-inches.
  • Cut each slice of cheese in half and then into thirds. You should have six small pieces of cheese.
  • Wrap them up. If using, brush the strips of dough with a little bit of dijon mustard. Place a piece of cheese on the bottom of the strip of dough. Place a piece of hot dog on top. Roll up and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Bake. Bake for 12 minutes until golden brown and cheese has melted.
  • Make the garlic butter. While the pigs in a blanket bake, melt butter in a small saucepan. Stir in garlic powder and onion powder. When the pigs in a blanket comet of the oven, brush with the butter. Sprinkle with flakes sea salt.

Pigs in a blanket on a sheet pan getting ready to be baked.

Pigs in a blanket on a sheet pan getting ready to be baked.

Pigs in a Blanket Sauce

There are so many options when it comes to a sauce for pigs in a blanket. Most of the time we serve them simply with ketchup and mustard. But here are some other options for you:

  • Chipotle ketchup. Mix a little bit of ketchup with chipotle powder or adobo sauce
  • Mix ketchup and mayo for a creamy dipping sauce.
  • For a little tang, mix a little bit of dijon mustard with mayo.
  • Honey mustard.

Can you make these in advance?

ABSOLUTELY! Please do. You can prep them a day in advance, cover with plastic wrap and then bake right before serving.

Pigs in a blanket cooked with cheese melted on the sides to the pan.

Pigs in a blanket cooked with cheese melted on the sides to the pan.

Substitutions and Tips and Tricks for Recipe Success

  • Swap out the crescent roll dough for puff pastry or even pizza dough if that’s what you have on hand
  • For a spicy pigs in a blanket, add in a little bit of crushed red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper to the garlic butter.
  • Use cheddar, pepper jack, or even gouda in place of the American cheese.
  • Don’t over cook them!
  • Feel free to swap out turkey or chicken hot dogs for the beef.

What to serve with pigs in a blanket?

  • These pretzel bites would be another great finger food to serve with the pigs in a blanket.
  • For a play on a chili cheese dog, serve them with the Best Chili Recipe Ever.
  • If you want to make the pigs in a blanket the star of your meal, try serving them with this simple, but filling Strawberry Avocado Salad.

Pigs in a blanket being dipped in red marinara sauce.

Pigs in a blanket being dipped in red marinara sauce.

Pigs in a Blanket

Prep Time 5 minutes

Cook Time 15 minutes

Total Time 20 minutes

Author Nicole Leggio

Servings 12 pigs in a blanket

Gotta love a classic Pigs in a Blanket appetizer! These are always the first to go a party, and for good reason. Whole all-beef hot dogs are wrapped in crescent roll dough, stuffed with cheeses and baked with a garlicky butter. They’re cheesy, easy to make, and so addictive!

  • 4 hot dogs
  • 2 slices American cheese
  • 1 package crescent roll triangles
  • 1 tbsp dijon mustard
  • 2 tbsp salted butter
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • ketchup, mustard, and maldon salt for serving
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line a medium baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Take the crescent roll dough out of the can. Keep the dough in tact. Gently pull the dough into four rectangles. (They should already be in rectangles as each rectangle has two triangles that are meant to be pulled apart if you were making classic crescent rolls.) Use your fingers to pinch the middle of the triangles together so the rectangle stays in tact when you cut it and roll the pigs in a blanket. Use a pizza cutter to cut each rectangle into three long strips. They should be about 3/4-inch by 4-inches. You should have twelve strips.

  3. Cut the hot dogs into thirds. You should have twelve pieces of hot dog.

  4. Cut each slice of cheese in half and then into thirds. You should have six small pieces of cheese.

  5.  If using, brush the strips of dough with a little bit of dijon mustard. Place a piece of cheese on the bottom of the strip of dough. Place a piece of hot dog on top. Roll up and place on prepared baking sheet.

  6. Bake for 12 minutes until golden brown and cheese has melted.

  7. While the pigs in a blanket bake, melt butter in a small saucepan. Stir in garlic powder and onion powder. When the pigs in a blanket comet of the oven, brush with the butter. Sprinkle with flaked sea salt. Serve with preferred dipping sauce.

Nutrition Facts

Pigs in a Blanket

Amount Per Serving (1 pigs in a blanket)

Calories 76 Calories from Fat 54

% Daily Value*

Fat 6g9%

Saturated Fat 3g15%

Cholesterol 15mg5%

Sodium 211mg9%

Potassium 27mg1%

Carbohydrates 4g1%

Fiber 1g4%

Sugar 1g1%

Protein 2g4%

Vitamin A 92IU2%

Calcium 40mg4%

Iron 1mg6%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Quick Story About An Aunt’s Wedding Vows

This quick and fun family story about an aunt’s approach to the wedding vows is wholesome, hilarious, and actually true. It’s a beautiful thing when the internet actually proves that it’s dealing in truths. 

This quick and fun family story about an aunt’s approach to the wedding vows is wholesome, hilarious, and actually true. It’s a beautiful thing when the internet actually proves that it’s dealing in truths. 

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Text - 98khj Fun family story: when my aunt was marrying her wife everyone was really excited but also dreading it because my aunt is known for her insanely long speeches so everyone knew her vows would be like 9 hours long so when it came time for her to say her vows she had a shit ton of cue cards in her hands and even her wife started groaning and my aunt took a deep inhale and then unravelled all the cue cards which were taped together and they all just read "HOT DAMN' in giant letters and t

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Text - 98khj today on things that didnt happen! mothsniper Do really people believe this bullshit? kimjungunofkpop sure this is totally true cuddlesnakes And now since I officially have permission to use this photo

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Gown - GET FUCKED HOT DAMN-

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20 Minute Cheesy Beef and Shells

This cheesy beef and shells recipe is so simple to make with just a few ingredients straight out of your pantry, plus it all comes together in 20 minutes. Comforting, cheesy dinner that the whole family will love!

One of my favorite shell pasta is this chicken broccoli garlic alfredo shells and this three cheese stuff pasta shells recipe. They both have a rich, thick sauce that is SO amazing and comes together quickly for a delicious family meal!

Cheesy beef and shells in a skillet with a ladle stirring them up.

Cheesy beef and shells in a skillet with a ladle stirring them up.

20 Minute Cheesy Beef and Shells

Our family loves all things pasta. It is simple, delicious and everyone approves! With this pantry style meal you will have a complete meal in no time. I say pantry style because this truly is all pantry ingredients and ready to go for you. 20 minutes all pasta, brown beef and cheese is all cooked and stirred together ready for your family. It is one of my kids all time favorite dinners and I love it just as much because it is little, to no effort making it!

The ultimate cheesy beef and shells recipe is going to be one you will add to your weekly menu plan. This is picture perfect for a quick meal on a busy night or just a comforting meal after spending long hours doing it all around the home or at work. Gather around the table and be comforted with this cheesy beef and shells recipe that will sure please the whole family!

Ingredients for Cheesy Beef and Shells:

Simple ingredients right from your pantry! Cook up the meat, pasta and combine adding in all the delicious cheese and seasonings. You will love this pasta dish in no time!

  • Medium Sized Shells: Our family loves shells. It soaks up all the sauce and even stores it inside the shell.
  • Olive Oil: Cooking the ground beef in
  • Onion and Garlic Cloves: Adds flavoring to the meat while it is being sautéed.
  • Ground Beef: Lean beef is what I prefer but what you have on hand will work well. Cook until it is tender and brown.
  • Flour: This will create a thickener for the sauce.
  • Italian Seasoning: Bring in some Italian flavoring that is simple and already mixed together.
  • Salt and Pepper: to taste
  • Beef Broth: Adds flavoring as well as liquid while cooking together.
  • Tomato Sauce: Any type of sauce works even flavored tomato sauce is delicious!
  • Cream Cheese: Melt into the skillet for a rich and creamy sauce.
  • Cheddar Cheese: It is best to shred your own cheese since pre shredded cheese has added flour.

How to Make a 20 Minute Family Meal:

It doesn’t take long to create a family meal everyone will love. It is a simple dinner that is over the top delicious!

  1. Cook the Pasta: In a large pot, cook the shells according to package directions. Drain and rinse.
  2. Brown the Meat: In a large skillet over medium high heat add the olive oil, onion and garlic. Cook 2-3 minutes until almost tender and add the ground beef. Cook and crumble the ground beef until brown.
  3. Create a Thickener: Add the flour, Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper and mix. Slowly stir in beef broth and tomato sauce. Let simmer until it starts to thicken.
  4. Combine Together: Add in the cooked pasta, cream cheese, and cheddar cheese.  Let the cheese melt and stir until heated throughout.

The Recipe Critic Pro Tip:

To prevent the pasta from becoming soggy by the end, cook the pasta al dente. That way when combined with more ingredients it will continue to cook and soften without becoming soggy or mushy.

The process of browning beef then adding in seasoning, pasta, cream cheese and cheese.

The process of browning beef then adding in seasoning, pasta, cream cheese and cheese.

The Recipe Critic Tips:

Make this easier with my tips to help make this 20 minute meal even better!

  • Cooking Pasta: It is best to add in salt to the water to keep the pasta from sticking together when you drain it.
  • Pasta: Cook your pasta al dente which is slightly under being cooked. Th pasta will continue to cook as it is being sautéed in the skillet with the remaining ingredients. This will keep it from becoming soggy and mushy at the end.
  • Ground Beef: Once the ground beef is cooked through, I recommend draining the grease after it is cooking. If you are using a leaner beef you may not have to drain it.
  • Grating Cheese: It does take a little longer but I recommend using freshly grated cheddar cheese. This will help melt faster and in your favor.
  • Cream Cheese: To speed up the process, let your cream cheese soften at room temperature before adding it to the sauce.

Variations:

Try this cheesy beef and pasta shells your way or even a little healthier with different variations.

  • Pasta: Bowtie, elbow macaroni, rotini or penne pasta are also great choices.
  • Meat: Chicken or turkey are delicious substitutions.
  • Sauce: Pick and choose your favorite tomato sauce to add in.
  • Seasoning: Add some spice with red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper.
  • Stock: Make this pasta dish a little healthier with unsalted or low sodium stock or broth. Vegetable stock also works for a vegetarian style pasta meal.
  • Cheese: Create a Mexican style variation with Mexican blend cheese or use Colby jack cheese for a different flavoring.
  • Add Ins: Vegetables like zucchini, carrots, bell peppers and even onions make this a little more flavorful and healthy.

Cheesy beef and shells in a skillet cooked together.

Cheesy beef and shells in a skillet cooked together.

How to Store Beef and Shells Dinner:

  • Refrigerate: After cooking, let it cool completely. Once cooled add the pasta dinner to an airtight container or ziplock bag and place in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 days long. For best results reheat on the stove top or in the microwave.
  • Can you Freeze Pasta? Yes! This will freeze well in an airtight ziplock bag. When you are ready to reheat, thaw the bag completely. Warm up on the stove top or in the microwave gently stirring until it is warm. This will last in the freezer for about 1 to 3 months long.

Cheesy beef and shells in a bowl.

Cheesy beef and shells in a bowl.

More Comforting Pasta Dishes:

20 Minute Cheesy Beef and Shells

Prep Time 5 minutes

Cook Time 15 minutes

Total Time 20 minutes

Author Alyssa Rivers

Servings 8 People

This cheesy beef and shells recipe is so simple to make with just a few ingredients straight out of your pantry, plus it all comes together in 20 minutes. Comforting, cheesy dinner that the whole family will love! 

  • 8 ounce Medium Sized Shells
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1 small Onion diced
  • 3 Garlic Cloves minced
  • 1 pound Lean Ground Beef
  • 3 Tablespoons Flour
  • 1 tablespoon Italian Seasoning
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon Pepper
  • 2 cups Beef Broth
  • 1 15 ounce can Tomato Sauce
  • 4 ounce Cream Cheese cubed
  • 2 cups Cheddar Cheese shredded
  1. In a large pot, cook the shells according to package directions. Drain and rinse.

  2. In a large skillet over medium high heat add the olive oil, onion and garlic. Cook 2-3 minutes until almost tender and add the ground beef. Cook and crumble the ground beef until brown. Add the flour, Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper and mix. Slowly stir in beef broth and tomato sauce. Let simmer until it starts to thicken.

  3. Add in the cooked pasta, cream cheese, and cheddar cheese. Let the cheese melt and stir until heated throughout.

Nutrition Facts

20 Minute Cheesy Beef and Shells

Amount Per Serving

Calories 382 Calories from Fat 171

% Daily Value*

Fat 19g29%

Saturated Fat 10g50%

Cholesterol 80mg27%

Sodium 630mg26%

Potassium 364mg10%

Carbohydrates 26g9%

Fiber 1g4%

Sugar 2g2%

Protein 25g50%

Vitamin A 484IU10%

Vitamin C 1mg1%

Calcium 246mg25%

Iron 2mg11%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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AskReddit Thread: Strange Rules Families Have

Normal to the family and weird to the rest of the world. This fun AskReddit thread has people sharing the various weird rules in their families that are ultimately harmless. It’s funny to see what kinds of traditions and “rules” can be hatched up by a family. 

Normal to the family and weird to the rest of the world. This fun AskReddit thread has people sharing the various weird rules in their families that are ultimately harmless. It’s funny to see what kinds of traditions and “rules” can be hatched up by a family. 

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Text - Wombat--Combat • 16h My family always has 2 dogs, you may insult the younger dog as much as you want, but you must never insult the elder dog.

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Text - Commonsensewho • 18h 3 3 Awards My rule for walks: Every duck you see must be confronted about their various love affairs. A lone male duck? "Sir??? Sir are you aware of where your wife is???" I have gotten every person l've walked with in on this joke/rule. And in case you're curious, ducks are all having affairs, squirrels you can only get for tax evasion, and geese are always up for a turf war.

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Text - JustPlainSimpleGarak • 1d We do not fight at weddings

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Text - Red-Stilleto • 19h We're all incredibly sarcastic and kinda rude to each other. It's how we show love but to avoid any actual hurt feelings if anyone ever says the exact phrase 'stop teasing' it's over and everyone apologieses. Grew up with this rule and trust me kindergarten was a rough awakening when bullies don't bend over backwards at my magic phrase. Overall good way to grow up goofing around and joking with family but make sure no one is actually offended when you roast them nonstop

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Text - Chibeyond • 19h When eating a meal together, we have a certain sitting arrangement. But when drinking a coffee, me and my mum swich seats. Same table, different arrangement.

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Text - verminiusrex • 22h Don't bother dad while he's eating. I was a stay at home dad and did most of the cooking. After dishing up and serving everyone, l'd plate my food just in time for everyone to come back for seconds, which i would dish up for them. After a couple years of eating lukewarm food (and the kids were big enough to dish up their seconds) I made the rule so I could actually have a hot meal. I still enforce this rule.

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Text - SuperCoffeePowersGo • 17h 2 Awards If you are the last person to leave the house you need to put the radio on for the cat

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Text - Stressful-stoic • 23h There is a framed photo of the girl which came with the frame among our other family photos on the cabinet. My grandpa received the frame and he died before he'd exchanged the photo so we're just keeping it like that.

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Text - teenage_dirtbag_03 • 23h If you find the gnome, you hide the gnome.

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Text - PsychOmatt • 18h If ever giving someone a ride home, wait for them to get the door to their house open before leaving. This may have been more important when I was growing up before everyone had a cellphone. My parents did a lot with our church youth group so there were a lot of events or times after get togethers where some of them would need rides, and this was to make sure they were home safely and not locked out or anything.

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Text - foopiez • 20h no sweeping or mopping at night Mom & dad claim its bad luck but I know it's cuz they're tired of us quickly doing our chores as they pull up in the driveway

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Text - Eradikate • 22h The last slice of birthday cake belongs to the person whose birthday it was made to celebrate. Not strange in and of itself, strange in that my family had to actively spell it out.

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Text - agaggleofsharts • 19h As a child, if you repeatedly farted, you were sent to the bathroom. An understandable rule with basis in fact of what you probably needed to do if you were farting a lot. I never realized how funny it was until I was telling my husband about it and he lost it.

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Text - archavex • 20h 1 Award When we have game night, whatever game we play, everyone must sit through a reading of the entire rule book and state that they understand the rules as they have been read, and any rule which has not been read shall not be included. House rules caused so many games to be all fucked up, especially monopoly. So we dont use house rules any more, and by reading the rules every time, no one can say they didnt know the rules

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Text - Captainrosebeard • 20h You have to try a food twice before saying you don't like it.

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Text - dataminer-x • 22h If you touch whatever is cooking, you become the cook. For example, if you come stir a pot or lift a lid, you own it. Exceptions are made for preventing something from overflowing or catching fire, though if the latter happens, it may be best for someone else to take over. TLDR: don't touch my stuff when l'm cooking, or l'll stop cooking.

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Text - FLCLHero • 20h Never whistle when you're near the pond. This was at my old family home. We moved away from there nearly 30 years ago. Strange thing is, when I ask my parents about this rule they have no idea what l'm talking about. I very much remember it being sort of a big deal.

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Text - OnlyNameLeftUnused • 22h 1 Award We all have ice cream or nobody has ice cream. (don't eat the whole friggn' carton solo) OH, and using 2 icing on one toaster strudel apprenly now carries the death penalty.

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Text - Six_Foot_Dwarf • 20h When you cook a turkey, you have to give it a lemon boob-job. Started a few years ago, when my mom saw it online, and thought it was the funniest thing. She past away a couple years ago, and us kids have been doing it ever since.

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Text - snoqualmie • 22h No books at the dinner table unless it's the dictionary. A serving of cookies is exactly 3 cookies.

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Text - Rolling_Gear • 22h Most of the shows we watch are recorded live, and then watched later in the week. Mother cannot control the remote, as she will skip the commericials and go 5 minutes further, then spend just as long getting back to the correct stop as it would have been to watch the commercials in the first place.

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Text - betzevim • 21h You know how most people worship cats? We do that, but for ducks

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Text - mrsrariden • 20h Youngest person that knows how to read hands out the Christmas presents.

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Text - sunnypamom • 23h When a guest leaves you need to walk out to their car with them no matter what the weather. We were taught its a sign of care and respect for the guests

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Text - TaintedCaribou • 21h You may not use any tools to open a gift, with one exception. A tool may be used if it was also presented as a gift during the same gift giving event. Example: Going to get a pocket knife is prohibited. Using a pocket knife you normally carry is prohibited. If you are given a pocket knife as a present, it may be used to open other gifts at that time. There are no rules limiting how presents may be wrapped.

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Text - xylophonefox • 18h We have a "First Day" rule. You are not allowed to ask to play with or use any toys/items of your siblings on the first day they receive them. So birthdays and holidays that you get presents, you do not have to share with the others. And if they try, you get to yell "First Day!"

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Text - shockingpomegranate • 19h If it is a guest's first time attending movie night at my parents' house, the movie is always Pride and Prejudice (2005). How does this happen? Either an invitation is extended phrased as "would you like to come over and watch Pride and Prejudice?" or a "spontaneous" decision is made to watch the movie after everyone has eaten dinner. It's never spontaneous. They always plan it. If someone declines to watch Pride and Prejudice, movie night suddenly becomes board

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Grandma’s Perfect Fluffy Pancakes

Fluffy pancakes make waking up in the morning even better. Drizzle warm syrup over top thick, fluffy pancakes that will melt in your mouth with every bite!

Some of the best tried and true recipes come from my Grandma. Her Homemade Bread is one of the best out there and her pancake recipe can’t be beat!  I promise this will be the only recipe that you use.  The pancakes are so fluffy and perfect every single time!

A stack of 6 pancakes with syrup being poured over top of butter and fresh berries.

Grandma’s Perfect Fluffy Pancakes

My grandma knew it all. She was a pro in the kitchen with all the homemade recipes she perfected. Everything is homemade and made from scratch. Always made out of love for that extra touch! She always had a welcoming home and food was a priority for her. These fluffy pancakes were a staple of hers and they always turned out perfect every time we had them. With these simple ingredients plus a little love, you will have thick, fluffy pancakes every time too.

Breakfast is always a favorite in our home. We love to make bacon, eggs and waffles any chance we get. Our kids love to have breakfast together on the weekends since we are all home together then. With this new life style and enjoying quarantine together I knew we needed a  breakfast change. Fluffy pancakes were a hit! Huge hit! I doubled the recipe then made one more batch after that just to keep up with my 4 kids and hubby. These pancakes are quick and easy to make with pantry ingredients. Fall in love with pancakes all over again with my grandma’s perfect fluffy pancakes!

Grandma's recipe card with ingredients she hand wrote.

Homemade Pancakes Ingredients:

These ingredients are quick and some that you already have on hand that are pantry staples. Whisk together wet ingredients, dry ingredients then combine. It is that easy to make and tastes SO good every time!

  • Wet Ingredients: Egg, oil and milk
  • Dry Ingredients: Flour, salt, sugar and baking powder
  • Toppings: Maple syrup, fruit and butter, all optional.

Let’s Start Flipping:

Simple ingredients makes for a simple pancake recipe that is out of this world good. This tried and true pancake recipe will impress all of your family and pancakes will become a simple breakfast meal daily.

  1. Whisk together wet ingredients: In a medium sized bowl whisk together egg, oil and milk.
  2. Mix together dry ingredients: In a separate bowl combine flour, salt, sugar and baking powder.
  3. Combine: Add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and combine.
  4. Preheat Skillet: Preheat a skillet over medium heat.
  5. Cook Pancakes: Spray with cooking spray and drop about 1/3 cup of the batter onto the warm skillet. Once it forms bubbles then flip to the other side and cook until golden brown.

The Recipe Critic Pro Tip: 

Try not to over mix the dry and wet ingredients together to keep them fluffy. 

The process of mixing wet and dry ingredients together then combining them and cooking individual pancakes one at a time on the skillet.

Delicious Toppings:

Mix and match toppings, enjoy your stack of pancakes plain or all it all together. So many options and flavors to create one of a kind delicious pancakes.

  • Nuts: Walnuts or pecans are a delicious sweet and salty treat on pancakes.
  • Fruit: Fresh fruit is bright and colorful plus add in a sweet and juicy taste.
  • Syrups: Maple syrup is most common but flavored syrup for more of variety is delicious too!
  • Jams: Spread a fruity jam like peach or blackberry over top each pancake for a thicker topping.
  • Spreads: Peanut butter, Nutella or any nut butter will melt over top the pancakes giving you a sweet and salty taste.
  • Chocolate: Sprinkle chocolate chips or add them into the batter while mixing.
  • Whipping Cream: Top with a dollop of whipping cream and add some sprinkles for a fun breakfast celebration.

Fluffy pancakes stacked on top of each other.

Tips for Making Fluffy Pancakes:

These pancakes will become a staple in your home! They are easy to make with simple ingredients right out of your pantry as well as thick and fluffy. Delicious pancakes every time!

  • Size of pancake: I used 1/3 cup of mix to pour onto the skillet. This made about 10 pancakes. You are welcome to make the pancakes smaller or bigger depending on your preference.
  • Doubling recipe: My grandma’s fluffy pancakes recipe can be doubled with all the same ingredients. If it is too thick add a 1/8 of a teaspoon water.
  • Keeping pancakes warm: If you are doubling the recipe or need to keep them warm while cooking, place the pancakes on a baking sheet in a single layer and keep warm in the oven at 200 degrees Fahrenheit until ready to serve.
  • Cooking spray substitute: If you don’t have cooking spray, butter also works for greasing the skillet or griddle. Scooping butter out of the carton is one of spreading it and letting it melt or using a stick of butter, directly apply the butter to the skillet or griddle and melt over top.
  • Cleaning skillet or griddle: In-between cooking pancakes try to wipe off the excess cooking spray or butter for the next batch of mix to be cooked. This will leave the pancakes a golden brown each time.
  • Making pancakes ahead of time: Cook the pancakes according to the directions. Let them cool completely then wrap them individually or in stacks using plastic wrap. Place inside a ziplock bag or airtight container. Store in the refrigerator up to 5 days or freeze for 1 month. When ready to warm up, place in the microwave, skillet or oven until they are warmed through.

Fluffy pancakes stacked on top of each other with a slice of butter, syrup and fresh fruit.

What Pancake will you Make Next?

Grandma’s Homemade Pancakes

Prep Time 5 minutes

Cook Time 15 minutes

Total Time 20 minutes

Author Alyssa Rivers

Servings 4 People

Fluffy pancakes make waking up in the morning even better. Drizzle warm syrup over top thick, fluffy pancakes that will melt in your mouth with every bite!

  • 1 egg
  • 2 Tablespoons oil I used canola oil
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons baking powder

  1. In a medium sized bowl whisk together egg, oil and milk. In a separate bowl combine flour, salt, sugar and baking powder. Add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and combine.

  2. Preheat a skillet over medium heat. Spray with cooking spray and drop about 1/3 cup of the batter onto the warm skillet. Once it forms bubbles then flip to the other side and cook until golden brown.

Nutrition Facts

Grandma’s Homemade Pancakes

Amount Per Serving

Calories 258 Calories from Fat 90

% Daily Value*

Fat 10g15%

Saturated Fat 2g10%

Cholesterol 47mg16%

Sodium 193mg8%

Potassium 735mg21%

Carbohydrates 36g12%

Fiber 1g4%

Sugar 9g10%

Protein 7g14%

Vitamin A 158IU3%

Calcium 340mg34%

Iron 2mg11%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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