Whether you're a complete sh*t chef or you actually know what you're doing in the kitchen, we think you're going to like these memes. And if you want to skip the cooking process and jump straight to the food, click here!
This caring husband learned a tough lesson in the value of telling the truth, when it comes to your partner's cooking. In his case, it sounds like he was really trying to do the right thing. Unfortunately, his pursuit toward doing the right thing resulted in a dinner party dealing with a gnarly case of food-related illness. Sounds like they'll get over it after the wife calms down.
It's certainly a (potentially true) stereotype that the Millennial generation hates cooking and loves ordering Postmates every night, but for those of us who do enjoy an exotic cooking excursion, these Tumblr posts (and these memes) really hit home.
And if you're someone who can't stand cooking, let our friends at eBaum's World help you out.
Ladies, do you get horrible period cramps? That sucks, but think about how your poor husband feels when you're not there to cook and clean for him because you're "in too much pain." He's waiting for his dinner and he doesn't know how to boil his own water for pasta, dammit.
In all seriousness, clearly this narrative wouldn't fly today, but the mid-twentieth century and before was a completely different story. Scroll down and see for yourself.
Practically any time people start posting near-thirst trap photos of themselves on the internet in droves, they have to expect that the rest of us are going to roast the absolute crap out of them. This particular Twitter meme makes fun of people doing just that, next to an image of the food they cooked and the caption, "The Cooking, The Face."
Now bring on the roasting, no pun intended.
This is some sticom-level family drama. Someone's lyin'-ass grandma has been pretending their secret fudge recipe is all special when in reality the exact same recipe can be found on the side of a can of evaporated milk. The real question is what to do with the information. For another dirty cheater, here's this reporter who won her office chili cook-off with store-bought chili.
If you've missing Mr. Meme of Stonks and surreal meme fame, you're in luck! The smooth-faced character is back in these amusing "Shef" memes that roast people for thinking they can cook when they're basically only capable of typing numbers on a microwave. While we totally understand being too tired or even just hating cooking, these memes elicited a few hearty chuckles from our weary bodies.
We feel dumb admitting this, but we've definitely had this question too. Turns out there's a few reasons people don't frequently die in nuclear explosions every time someone tries to prepare a salad. For another interesting thing regarding the physics of nuclear explosions, here's the time tumblr uncovered the legend of the fastest manhole cover ever.
Let's not mix up the facts here, she is a filthy cheater. That said, regarding her coworker, anyone who cares this much about an office chili cook-off may not have their priorities in order. It seems like no one here is that great of a person, but such it is in the cut-throat world of office chili cook-offs. For some office stuff, here's a twitter thread about an umbrella that locked out an entire company for days, and here are funny office notes.
You know how many of us feel like we were born in the wrong era? Well, maybe this list of vintage cooking recipes will make us re-think that and make us real grateful to live in a day and age filled with tacos, noodles, pizza, and other delicious options.
Also, what in the world was with people back then and aspic's? Jellied-everything? No. Thank. You.
Uh, did you know Olive Oil can go bad? Because I never even thought about that. Redditor, u/MomosOnSale, asked the online community, "Redditors who cook, what's the biggest 'no no' thing in cooking?"
And the comments are actually filled some really helpful cooking tips.
I also read a majority of these cooking tips with Disney's Ratatouille chef Colette's voice in mind. Try it, it's fun.
Anyways, I learned a little something from this and maybe you will, too!
Anyone else got some helpful cooking tips?