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    903 KB Weekend Poffins Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:18 No.4586372  
    To celebrate the imminent release of Black and White, and generally to pass some time, I've put together a recipe for you, /vp/.
    Bake em, gift em, take some to the mall tour - whatever you do with them, this is my way of saying thanks.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:20 No.4586390
    >> s 02/19/11(Sat)14:21 No.4586400
    Dude bro, cooking and Pokemon; my two favorite things! Thank you so much! If I had a girlfriend I bet she'd love these <3
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:21 No.4586401
    Wait, how big ARE these things?
    Thanks anon, I'll try these once I have yeast and free time.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:21 No.4586406
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:24 No.4586426
    >he uses yeast instead of baking soda
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:25 No.4586431
    Hmm, it's bread mix with added eggs and honey... sounds cool.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:25 No.4586441
    Just thanks for vp being vp, good and bad.
    They're about the diameter of a coffee cup, they rise into a decent dome too.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:28 No.4586468
    He sure does.
    It's a honey roll/muffin base - what you do with it is up to you.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:36 No.4586544
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    Delicious nanab goodness.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:40 No.4586572
    >mfw they're a plain flavor and none of the actual flavors
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:44 No.4586616
    How do they look...?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:52 No.4586700
    any sauce on them?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)14:54 No.4586719
    op thanks so much, i'll be making them soon, might as well make them with my friends on our pokemon saturday, next saturday
    >> Dicks Oak !!qMSEaYT8DI0 02/19/11(Sat)14:59 No.4586772
    I crown you the king of forever alone based on that statement.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:03 No.4586821
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    I was all out of Pinap and Bluk berry, dude.
    If you glaze them, they look like smooth, oval buns. They're about 8cm at the widest point.
    Have fun, anon. Let me know how they turn out.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:06 No.4586852
    You live up to your name perfectly.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:10 No.4586917
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    Subtle favour, fine consistency - this is a job for a Pokémon Sommelier!
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)15:11 No.4586925
    I want to see what they'd look like already made. Anyone willing to post pics?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:13 No.4586948
    I'll have to try making these sometime.
    Thanks, OP!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:16 No.4586992
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    OP's drawfaggin will have to do until we get some pics. Give it a few days, it's the weekend afterall.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)15:20 No.4587043
    I'll post images tonight, got some other shit to do right now, but I have all I need to make this right now (I'm a baker by hobby)
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)15:21 No.4587062
    Wow, /tr/ainers are REALLY diverse people, huh? Well I look forward to seeing them.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:22 No.4587067
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    I'd appreciate it, Hiker. Thanks in advance if you get the time!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:24 No.4587087
    Can we get a Pokéblock recipe up too? It seems like it'd be a lot of work, but it'll be worth it.

    Aren't Oran Berries a mix between blueberries and oranges?
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)15:24 No.4587095
    I'll probably start mixing that shit in a bit. Also it'll be slightly off of what OP's list is. I don't feel like using a disher (Ice cream scoop) to make them, I'll probably do'm by weight/hand. And also probably amend OP's thing to go by weight all around (makes it a more consistent recipe)
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:25 No.4587112
    Oh shit, OP. It's tasting time. Thanks, I'll make some of these some time!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:26 No.4587120
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    I always thought of them as chunky Pez - how do you make Pez?
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)15:28 No.4587152
    I figured they'd be like.. a Gummy, or Jelly candy or something like that.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:31 No.4587201
    For some reason, I always imagined Pokéblocks as those nasty kids vitamins; like The Flintstone ones or something.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:32 No.4587212
    It's just the Pez-dispencer-like case that makes me think of them as hard. Still, each to his own.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:33 No.4587239
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    Misshapen Pokéblocks.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:34 No.4587251

    but if they're like a hardish jelly that would be pretty interesting.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:36 No.4587290
    Like Jujyfruits?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:36 No.4587295
    Bulbapedia should help us.
    >Pokéblock bears some similarity to the popular candy Pez. They are both small candies that are stored in a dispenser.

    Is there any sort of way to make candy at home? I guess just an average candy shaped as a cube could help. But, how do we even get it to do that?

    If anyone ever tries this, then all the luck to you. And don't forget that it has to use grinded berries.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:37 No.4587316
    pokeblocks = turkish delights
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)15:39 No.4587338
    I was actually just reading that. I'm sure there are ways to do homemade hard candies like that (I'm positive there are) It's just a pain in the ass. I'll do some searching around see what I can turn up. (After I start the Poffins) I'll get back to you guys later. Off to start the poffins.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:39 No.4587339
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    They could always be hard fondant or turkish delight.
    Hell, it's a fictional sweet - it can be whatever you like.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:40 No.4587351
    the most pathetic thing i have ever read
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:40 No.4587372
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    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:42 No.4587387

    Found this recipe for hard candy...
    No idea how you'd mold them into blocks unless you used an ice cube tray or some kinda shit.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:43 No.4587406
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    A frequenter of both /tr/ and /ck/ here, god speed my fellow /tr/ainer.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:45 No.4587440
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    A silicon ice cube tray could work quite nicely.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:45 No.4587443
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    >Be patient and use a candy thermometer for perfect candy
    I want a candy thermometer
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)15:48 No.4587477
    Way to be on the ball, like I said, I figured there was a way.
    Yeah you'd need something like silicon or else it'll melt the fuck out of what ever you're pouring into.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:49 No.4587493
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    It's like if Lenora was a cooking mama.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:51 No.4587515
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    Actually, a Pokemon cooking game could be pretty boss.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:54 No.4587563
    Requesting Lenora saying "Terrific! Even better than Mama!" now.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:57 No.4587623
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    I'm suprised nobody's done this already.
    That's what drawfags are for though.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)15:58 No.4587627
    I think, you can use caramelized sugar with some flavor enhancers as pokeblocks.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:07 No.4587751
    So if this thread 404's before the poffins are done, I presume you'll create a new one, right?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:07 No.4587763
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    This is a nice thread, /vp/. We should have more cooking threads.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:09 No.4587799
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    This is still /vp/, dude. It'll take a while before the thread 404s.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:15 No.4587909
    What other pokemon related foods would we tackle?
    >> Gabu !!/x5aTNcLqXe 02/19/11(Sat)16:21 No.4588024
    Fund it!

    Also, OP, I was going to make cupcakes tomorrow, but dammit I'm whipping out the pokemon music and making some poffins.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)16:28 No.4588142
    Yeah if this 404's (doubtful) I'll start up another thread. Just started mixing the shit had to go out and buy more flour. I'm going to make some serious modifications to OP's recipe, it'll make a HUGE god damn batch. 6cups of flour ends up being near 2lb of flour. That's a lot of dough.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:28 No.4588143
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    Hey, guys.

    This always bugged me.

    Is it pronounced "Pah-ffin" or "Poh-ffin", like "Poke Muffin?"
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:29 No.4588181
    Well the recipe only says to add in 4 cups and then to add just enough additional flour so that the dough isn't sticky. But post your modified recipe, too, please!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:30 No.4588209
    Post any/all modifications if you would be so kind.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)16:33 No.4588253
    Yeah, so i've got the full 6 weighed out right now, and then I'll take a measurement after I've mixed the dough till not sticky and have the full weight then. Shit gotta weigh the eggs too, DAMN YOU VOLUME MEASUREMENTS.
    Was planning on it. I think I'll set up something for a half batch version of this depending on how big the full thing ends up.
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)16:34 No.4588287
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    Awesome. You are truly a bro among /tr/ainers.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:35 No.4588296
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:35 No.4588303
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    Pokemon food (ala Brock), Lava cookie, RageCandy Bars, Old Gateau, Castelia Ice. It's all good.
    Good luck, hope they turn out well!

    A friend of mine made a series of cocktail based on the potions, antidotes and other staus healing items. I can't remember any of them of the top of my head other than the antidote having Apple Sourz in it.
    I think the Awakening was similar to a White Russian too.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:35 No.4588306
    I always thought it was Pah-fins. The anime calls it like that as well.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:38 No.4588356
    Do they? I never got to watch the D/P series, so I never heard that. Thanks, bro!

    I wonder if anyone has ever made a "Slowpoke Tail?" Thinking of finding a candy corn recipe and just making them pink.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:38 No.4588358
    If someone makes these, can we have a photo? I'd like to know how they turn out. Looks good though.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:39 No.4588371
    I think Hiker is in the process of doing just that.
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)16:41 No.4588397
    >Pokemon Food (ala Brock)
    No idea what that would consist of.
    >Lava Cookies
    A cookie, but I don't know what flavor or texture.
    >RageCandy Bars
    >A variation on the average candy bar?
    >Old Gateau
    What the fuck even is that?
    >Castelia Ice
    Fuck yeah Gellato

    Also, Volcano Burgers.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:41 No.4588402
    I'm thinking of making some of these sometime. What does OP, and the thread in general, think of the following combinations?

    Mint jelly and mini milk chocolate chips
    Molasses and golden raisins
    Diced cherries with dark chocolate
    Strawberry jam with white chocolate
    Lemon and lime zest
    Orange zest/peel and walnuts
    Coconut, vanilla, and pecans
    Oatmeal, brown sugar, and cinnamon
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:42 No.4588418
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    I always though Poh-fins but then I've been saying Snivy wrong for the last month or so apparently.
    It's all personal preference.

    Also, my apologies to Hiker for having to do his volume/measurement thing. The original recipe was born of a whim - each person makes the recipe their own anyway.
    Can't wait to see some pics of your Poffins though.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:43 No.4588427

    Isn't a Gataeu a type of cake?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:43 No.4588428
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    This thread is a great thread.

    You are all great people.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:45 No.4588457
    "Highly decorated sponge cakes with lavish toppings are sometimes called gateau, after the French word for cake."
    Ah, great.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:45 No.4588468
    Someone should really have some sort of "/vp/ crafts" channel on youtube, where people could post vids on arts and crafts, as well as cooking.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:46 No.4588478
    Is it wrong that I want to try to make a Spicy Poffin? It would be terrible, but still.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)16:47 No.4588495
    Perhaps this would be a good time to bring up a subject discussed a few days ago in a Slowpoketail thread, which is of course, Iron Chef: /vp/ Edition.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:48 No.4588505
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    Gateau is a frozen dessert, similar(ish) to a cheesecake.
    Lava cookies to me would have plenty of melted chocolate chunks and oats for texture. Their sprite is suprisingly detailed.
    Good thinking for the burgers though. Cheese filled burgers perhaps?
    They all sounds tasty as hell, pal. I'm not a huge citrus guy but that's just me - the last two sound particularly good.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:48 No.4588509
    As for the Lava Cookie, it makes me think of Volcano Brownies which are just these big ass brownies with gooey chocolate in them.

    Is it possible to do something similar with a cookie? Like, a cookie with gooey chocolate shit in it or would it just harden while baking?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:49 No.4588517
    Hmm. Where may one find Blancmange powder? What type of taste would it be if combined with vanilla essence?
    >> noko Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)16:49 No.4588523
    Alright mixing now, fist major change was the amount of water. I was sketchy on it at first anyway. needs at least 3/4 to 1 full cup of water. Shit was just way to dry.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:49 No.4588525
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    But in the in-game sprite, it looks purple and somewhat translucent.

    Pic related, what I thought Old Gateau would look like IRL.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)16:51 No.4588558
    Aerogel is not food, what is wrong with you.

    Also, I always thought it looked like dark purple cake.
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)16:52 No.4588567

    Dude, 'ya still remember that thread?! I was the Unown doin' the roleplaying and the ALLEZ EUSINE stuff. The sudden appearance of Alton Brown was my favorite part.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:53 No.4588574
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    My bad - it seems there are a few varieties of Gateau/Gateaux. It can be with or without sponge. I was thinking of a Swedish variety.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:53 No.4588583
    I meant as far as appearance, not ediblity.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:55 No.4588609
    Lava cookie's japanese names are Lavaridge Rice Crackers

    I prefer cookies. :(
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:58 No.4588644
    Not if you did it right, it wouldn't.

    A heavy pinch of cayenne pepper would be good for a little pop. Sprinkle red pepper flakes over the top as a warning. Hot and sweet play very well together.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:58 No.4588647
    Using soymilk in place of milk would work just as well, right? And I'm thinking of trying to make a batch of these using Agave nectar instead of sugar, but I'm not sure if that would dick up the consistency of the dough later on.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:59 No.4588657
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    I don't know, maybe a poffin with nutmeg or just mixed spice could be quite nice. Strawberries and pepper are always good too.
    Not sure where to find it (other than the obvious supermarkets) but raspberry flavour goes well with vanilla for me.
    I always thought it was a blackforest gateau, being in the forest/woods and all. You're right tough - it does look like a slab of purple jelly. Then again, it might just be called Old Gateau to fill in the game's pun quota.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)16:59 No.4588671
    I was thinking Cayenne pepper! I'll just have to be careful not to use too much, then.
    I was thinking of just using a lot of cinnamon, but I wasn't sure it would achieve the effect I wanted.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:01 No.4588695
    Cinnamon, Nutmeg and such.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:01 No.4588702

    Lava Cookie: spice cookie/gingersnap. Throw in some cinnamon/allspice/nutmeg etc. Same idea for the poffin
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:01 No.4588706
    Going by appearance maybe it could be some form of Turkish Delight, but without the sugar/chocolate coating?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:02 No.4588712
    Put rice cereal in your cookies? Could be nice, if a little chewy.
    I can only say give it a try and see how it goes. It's a simple recipe so it's not like you could mess it up to the point of it tasting bad.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:03 No.4588734
    I love this thread.
    I really want to try these.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)17:04 No.4588746
    OK mods as for now: 1#3oz total of flour. 8.6 oz water (about 1 cup) Everything else so far is fine. May also mod the topping thing, seems like a lot. we'll see when I get to it. I'll be back in an hour friends.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:04 No.4588749
    Cinnamon's a different kind of spicy; it gets bitter if you use too much. But cayenne gets overpoweringly hot really quick if you use too much.

    It would require experimentation, but I'd start with teaspoon, teaspoon and a half per poffin.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:06 No.4588781
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    Per poffin might be a little much, buddy.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:07 No.4588786
    Fuck yea, we need more good material like that on /vp/ anyway.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:09 No.4588831
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    What a time for the archive to be down. It's not every day that vp gets something done.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:10 No.4588844
    >teaspoon per
    >not tablespoon

    In any case, I like my stuff spicy. I got that from my dad who doesn't think food's hot enough until he starts sweating while eating it.

    Maybe a pinch each if you don't like stuff as spicy as that.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:12 No.4588877
    Archive it yourself then, it's not that hard.

    Right click, save page as. BAM! Add a little clove. BAM! Sweet and spicy poffin with an archived thread.

    You can then .rar the .php and the folder of related files, and upload to MediaFire for all to enjoy.
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)17:12 No.4588883
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    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:13 No.4588919
    No, a teaspoon is still fucking ridiculous. It's not a matter of spice, I guzzle Dave's Insanity Sauce and have even concquered Blair's 16 mil (which is actually just pure capsaicin crystals), but you're just going to make raunchy poffin with that much of anything.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:15 No.4588947
    Lava Cookie could be chili & chocolate?
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    Sounds like a recipe for some Tasting Time if I ever heard one.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:26 No.4589086

    Also, sounds Azteca as a motherfucker, I'd eat it fo sho.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:27 No.4589102
    You're comparing powdered cayenne, which isn't even that hot, to pure capsaicin? What? I use a tablespoon of cayenne in single servings of sauce/marinade and it's barely even hot enough for me.

    Sorry, but you're either boasting, flat-out lying, or just plain dumb.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:32 No.4589199
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    Chilli and chocolate are always a safe bet.

    It's nice to have a recipe on 4chan that doesn't threaten to kill me with diabetes or blow up my microwave/oven.
    Anyone remember those awful peanutbutter cookies? I wonder if anyone tried those? Pic related.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:35 No.4589236
    Derp. Derp derp derp. Derpity derp.

    I'm not saying that that would be too much pure capsaicin, that's a fucking given. I am saying, because the post I was responding to was basically saying "if you think a teaspoon to a teaspoon and an half of cayenne is too much for a small cake, you're just a pussy faggot that doesn't like spicy stuff, maybe just use a pinch." I'm not a pansy about spice, is my point, but that's still too much of ANYTHING, be it cayenne, clove, rosemary, sugar, salt, pepper, oregano, basil, lemon zest... Basically, if it's a dry ingredient used to add flavour, a teaspoon to a teaspoon and an half is gonna be too much for a small cake.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:35 No.4589238
    Apparently someone did. They caught on fire.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)17:38 No.4589291
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    Well, there was that one recipe on \BEE\ about making crystals and you use bleach and ammonia and you blow bubbles in it and crystals formed and it worked GREAT. Pic related if I can find it.

    lol nevermind I couldn't find it so here is a different recipe from \BEE\

    Protip: Don't fucking do the above, bleach and ammonia make a deadly gas.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:39 No.4589302
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    Somebody's played Silent Hill 3.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:40 No.4589318
    Oh, so you have no reading comprehension and/or think the worst of anyone that opens their mouths in your presence.

    Okay, here's the thing, if you go back to where I first said anything about how much, I specifically said that that's what I'd start with. Not what that person should start with.

    I wasn't implying anyone was a pussy for not using that much, I was just offering a recommendation to someone that might not like it as hot as I do.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:55 No.4589543
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    So how about those POffins, huh?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)17:57 No.4589579
    Obiously you've never baked before, because if you did you'd know that adding in 30-45 teaspoons of anything to a cakemix will A> throw the mix off or B> if you substituted 1:1 Flour:added ingrediant it would kill any and all other flavours in the mix.
    So even though you said "thats what i'd do" you're still pretty wrong.
    Do you even realise how much 30-45 teaspoons of dry ingrediants are?
    I'd put at most 3 in the entire batch for a "heavily spiced" mix
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)18:08 No.4589734
    Actually, I haven't. Is it good?

    I just know how to make a tonne of toxic and explosive things, thanks to a lengthy self-education in chemistry, and that's the easiest and simplest poison you can make, a virtually odourless, clear and extremely deadly toxin formed of household materials.

    It is not I, but you, that lacks reading comprehension. You were being patronizing in response to being called out on having no fucking clue about baking. It's not a matter of how spicy you like it, it's a matter of "that much of anything will ruin the recipe."
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:25 No.4590014
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    Impressive - certainly moreso than my half-ass learning about chemicals from watching a friend play Silent Hill 3.
    They've never really grabbed me but they're certainly worth a try. It's certainly an interesting setting.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:26 No.4590034
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    C'mon, Hiker, deliver those Devon Goods.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:28 No.4590072
    Alright first batch is in the oven, forgot the fuck'n sunflower seeds but what ever. I'll add those to the second batch. Pictures to follow within the next 20 minutes.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)18:29 No.4590088
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:30 No.4590112
    Soon friend. Soon.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:30 No.4590115
    Would Big Boss ever battle a grunt to save said Devon Goods?

    Would Big Boss also happen to have a Shroomish?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:34 No.4590173
    SO FUCKING DOING THIS thank you anon! I love to bake! If I go to the Dallas installation of the mall tour I will definitely try to bring some Poffins!
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:47 No.4590352
    Alright sampling now. In my oppinion, they should be more like a muffin, this is instead closer to a bread. It could very well be that it's my fault they turned out more like a roll. Pictures will be posted once the second batch come out, did some other fun stuff with them.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:49 No.4590368
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    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:49 No.4590384
    Infact 100% sure now that it's my fault they ended up bready. I should have mixed them like a muffin, instead I went hard core bread maker on them (since I normally bake breads) I think I'll do this again in about 2 hours, with a more muffiny approach to it and we'll see how they turn out then. The topping is pretty nice though.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:51 No.4590417
    Am I the only one who would want them to be bread like?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:53 No.4590444
    Why can't we have more threads like these on /vp/.

    I'm trying these when I'm bored. I dare someone to try and make your poffin grey.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:54 No.4590463
    It has dry yeast in the recipie its more suited for bread not muffins.
    Try adding in baking powder instead to get a more muffin like texture.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:54 No.4590468
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    Oh god, how would one do that? Black pepper and a bunch of food coloring?
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:54 No.4590476
    There's nothing wrong with them being like bread. Like I said, I'll post the pictures with one of my modified ones once they're done. Also cooking time will vary depending on ovens. Mine kicks'm out in about 15-20 minutes, but that's because it's all fucked up and doesn't control temperature right anymore.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:56 No.4590496
    Are they the shape and color of poffins?
    Not that it would take away from their flavor or anything.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:56 No.4590508
    That's what I'm going to do, I actually just looked up some muffin recipes for just that. I'm not sure what fruit to add to them though since they'll be a whole different beast from the bread poffin.
    Ok /vp/ pick the fruit the muffin-ish poffins will have smashed in to them (needs to be semi in season) so apples (I've got apple sauce already) or bananas or something like that.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)18:57 No.4590521
    Not really since I'm just demoing the recipe that OP posted. Next time when I'm way more creative I'll add shape and color (food coloring) to them. These were just quickly hand rolled and tossed in the oven.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:58 No.4590532
    I will so be doing some with apricots and chopped almonds.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:58 No.4590537
    Lemon/Lime/Orange Zest
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)18:59 No.4590550
    Cool, sounds good.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:00 No.4590567
    I'm sort of doing something like that already.
    Dude, sounds like a win. I'll see if I've got oranges. I'll even dye them like yellow-orangy (if the food color works right for me)
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)19:01 No.4590569
    More like, blueberry juice. In small amounts it turns everything grey.

    Experience win.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:05 No.4590629
    But for the grey poffin flavor I think too much black pepper (in addition to the blueberry juice) would do it.
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)19:12 No.4590694
    But then he'll have to go hunt Shuckles
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:14 No.4590722
    Ok, so here they are, the top right image has 2 shaped and filled with Strawberry/apricot preserves.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:15 No.4590728
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    And then I fail by not posting the picture.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:15 No.4590731
    Spicy Poffin anon here.

    I'm actually really bad with spicy foods, but I'll probably split the mix into different batches and experiment with amounts of Cayenne/different types of spice. Thanks for the advice, bros.

    Also, I was thinking...Rage Candybar=Some kind of Rice Krispie thing coated with chocolate?
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)19:18 No.4590765
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    They look jelly doughnuts!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:18 No.4590769
    That looks pretty good. Cheers!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:20 No.4590784
    They look delicious! The ones with the jam on them look kinda like fruit kolaches...

    What's the texture like?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:20 No.4590787
    You could also fill it with a sauce made of mustard or something like that.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:20 No.4590788
    They taste pretty ok. I should have used more of the topping, and or mixed it in a different way. It didn't quite work right as a glaze, I think next time I'll do like.. An egg white/water wash, mixed with honey to give it a nice glaze.

    Also working on an updated version of OP's picture.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)19:21 No.4590794
    Nah. I'm not good with measures of certain things, but I'd say ragecandybar would be a bunch of testosterone pills covered in methamphetamine and crack, coated in chocolate made using wasp spit. That's why they're so rare, wasp spit is hard to collect. And then they'd squirt bull semen on it for good measure.

    Fun fact: Taurine (the energy and power drug) was originally derived from bull semen. It is now mostly derived in trace amounts from beef flanks, hence the name Taurine. It is a common ingredient in energy drinks.

    The more you know...
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:21 No.4590795
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    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)19:22 No.4590813
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:24 No.4590838
    Actually, I'm working as a cook, but unfortuneately I don't have the time to make some Poffins for myself right now.
    I'm really enjoying this thread.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:27 No.4590894
    as good as these look they still dont scream "poffin" to me.
    I'd rather make them like candy and be closer to the game desc
    good try though and work on that baking powder/muffin idea and see how that looks
    also i think they're too big tbh thats my real issue
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:27 No.4590897
    Ok, so just a note to everyone ever. When shaping those little bastards, make sure there's a nice indent in them so that you can fill'm with a bit of jelly/jam. The apricot one was god damn amazing. I'm really looking forward to attempting these as muffins too (or at least a muffin batter) I'll do the orange ones in a bit need to clean the kitchen now, place is a wreck because I toss flour around like crazy.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:29 No.4590933
    Yeah the size was one of the things I was iffy on as well. I just made them 2oz balls of dough, which ended up huge. So I guess as far as that goes OP's image is right on the money for that, the medium disher (icecream scoop) would probably have made for a much smaller poffin. I figure 1oz balls for the next round (should be half the size) I keep forgetting about the oven kick (rise in the oven).
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:30 No.4590944
    We should have more threads like these.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)19:34 No.4591007
    Like I said, we should have Iron Chef: /vp/ Edition. Combatting recipe threads errday, or at least once a week, say, Saturdays, when most people don't have financial/scholarly/religious duties and can do shit like cook.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:36 No.4591049
    I'm for it. I'll possibly start working on some form of pokefood.
    Currently re-writing OP's sheet to include my muffin one, and slightly modified bread one.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:42 No.4591139
    What about poffins with a brownie like consistency?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:43 No.4591156
    Yes. I am fifty different kinds of okay with this.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:47 No.4591220
    I'll leave that to some other food savvy /vp/er
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:49 No.4591258
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    Hey guys, I was curious on the poffin flavors, so I made a chart. If anyone has any more ideas, copypasta the chart into paint and put down what you think would work.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:53 No.4591320
    I love this thread
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)19:54 No.4591338
    I really want a strawberry and sugar one!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:56 No.4591367
    Dark chocolate or semisweetened chocolate for bitter
    Garlic under something, most likely foul. Though garlic sounds like a fun experiment of its own.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)19:58 No.4591398
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    Alright, here's an updated version of OP's image.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)19:58 No.4591406
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    >> Aurlite !!+6Wg92cUx8A 02/19/11(Sat)19:58 No.4591409
    I've always wondered what was meant by "dry" because lack of moisture doesn't really have a taste.
    >> Aurlite !!+6Wg92cUx8A 02/19/11(Sat)19:59 No.4591420
    I didn't mean to sage.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:01 No.4591452
    Blue berry would work for bitter, since it's nice and tart. Possibly black berry as well. Though those are more sweet.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:01 No.4591453
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    Done it.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:03 No.4591479
    Wouldn't that work better for sour? Really most berries would work for sour.

    Raspberry poffins...!
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:05 No.4591514
    Go to the store tomorrow morning, or right now if it's day where you are. Purchase a pomegranate, if you can find one, or blackberries or grapes if you can't.

    Now, if you got a pomegranate, cut it in half. See that white stuff? Try some. It's raunchy at first, an acquired taste, but I now eat everything but the peel. You see that really gawdawful flavour, there, isn't bitter. Bitter is like tea or avocados. That's what "dry" is. If you got blackberries, try the seeds, or the peel of the grape. The flavour is also present in "dry" wines, hence the name.

    I actually have relatively little experience cooking, but one of my stepparents was a fairly classy chef and another a somalier (both were stepfathers), so flavour and not-fucking-shit-up are things I am expert on in the kitchen.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:06 No.4591520
    Not sure what to put this one under, it's both sweet, and tart. The mighty pomegranate.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:06 No.4591532
    Unripe fruit will give you the shits, mang.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:07 No.4591543
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    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:09 No.4591573
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    Is it weird that this is the most fun I've ever had on /vp/?
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:11 No.4591596
    I say dry.

    What are Pomegs in the game? That might be a good recourse.

    >yfw I keep Pomegs growing errwhar in my Emerald romsav, because I am a pretentious fuck and a Kaballist
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:13 No.4591632
    Not sure why I typed that one actually...
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:16 No.4591669
    Nope, this is a blast.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:16 No.4591673
    Looks like Pomeg can be spicy sweet or bitter.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:16 No.4591679
    Leppas and Orans everywhere for me. Leppas as Ethers and Orans because they look so amazing.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:18 No.4591708
    Oh god, just ate the strawberry jam Poffin I made. My. Fucking. God. I have no words, they should have sent a poet.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:20 No.4591731
    This thread is amazing D:

    but in pokemon-related foods I'm rather surprised no one mentioned "rare candy" yet..?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:20 No.4591732
    Garlic could work okay for bitter, I think. Like garlice bread or summat.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:20 No.4591734
    Well, that doesn't sound right.

    Fuck the games I say that, but you know I'm going to grow a pomegranate tree-- You can indoor-bonsai them, IIRC, so it'll be cool-- And graft and breed them until I post a thread four years from now about the Pomegs I successfully engineered that are spicy with bittersweet undertones

    I say they're sweet, sour or dry, depending on what part you use and how you use it.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:20 No.4591738
    A ball of sugar.
    >> Lyra's Marill !!WOl11bujGeY 02/19/11(Sat)20:20 No.4591739
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:21 No.4591747
    It's just crystallized steroids.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:21 No.4591753
    Oh shit.

    Well, actually, Rare candy doesn't have any visual characteristics to guess from does it? Really it could be just generic candy...
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:21 No.4591756
    But you'd take the honey out of the recipe for that, right?
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:21 No.4591758
    Yeah. I noticed that. I figure it'd be a hard candy or something.
    I think someone should go through here and round up all the ideas that were floating about and save them somewhere.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:22 No.4591766
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    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:23 No.4591781
    >Make new keep
    >Friends but the old
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:23 No.4591785
    >Thanks for your request.
    >It has been added to our database and the thread will be archived as soon as enough request for that thread have been made.
    >This thread has been requested 3 times now.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:24 No.4591799
    For as long as I've been about these boards, I feel bad having to ask how one gets an archive going.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:25 No.4591804
    I'm requesting an archive.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:25 No.4591811
    >Thanks for your request.
    >It has been added to our database and the thread will be archived as soon as enough request for that thread have been made.
    >This thread has been requested 4 times now.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:28 No.4591828
    1. Go to 4chanarchive on Google and click Request Interface
    2. Put in thread ID, choose /vp/ and then type the captcha
    3. Submit
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:29 No.4591837
    Two ways. Either a person saves the page and distributes a link to the Mediafire/Megaupload in another thread, via email or over Facebook, or at least six (I think is the number) people go to 4chan[nospace]archive (dot) org and request the thread number, and it shows up a week later after the admins review it.

    When you see the "Your request has been..." copypastas, those are from 4chan[nospace]archive.

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    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:33 No.4591901
    Alrighty, done and done. For the good of the future
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:35 No.4591931
    This thread really made me smile. Thanks, OP, I am making some Vanilla and Strawberry Poffins tonight.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:35 No.4591935
    Is there like, a blog or something for us to stick all this kinda cool shit up on?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:36 No.4591948
    except the ones who are dead
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:36 No.4591950
    Yeah, it's called 4chan /vp/.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:39 No.4591985
    Okay, I asked for that.

    Meant so it can be looked up in the future.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:40 No.4592004
    archive the thread and there will be
    >> NH4NO3 !/J1QYpS5Eo 02/19/11(Sat)20:44 No.4592077
    Owner of #/ck/ on Rizon here. Keep up the good work.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:45 No.4592094
    Good thread gents. I'll be doing this once I gather the proper ingredients.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:52 No.4592231
    TRIVIA: Lava Cookies are actually made to look like Japanese Osembe - a rice cracker that's actually flavoured (usually) with soy, with a piece of nori on it. Look at its sprite in HG/SS (or anywhere, really), you'll see.

    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:54 No.4592277
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    i think this would be somewhat appropriate to post in this thread
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)20:55 No.4592308
    Do want.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:57 No.4592343
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    I fucking want that Taiyaki mold.
    >> "TM Man" Zach 5113 5978 9302 02/19/11(Sat)20:58 No.4592356
    and then I JIZZ IN MY PANTS!
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)20:58 No.4592366
    Alright so from looking through this thread again I've come back with a small list of the ideas that were had.
    Lava Cookie: either a melted chocolate chunk and oat cookie, gingersnap/cinnamon/allspice/nutmeg style cookie, chili and chocolate cookie, or at one point I think I saw a rice crispy style version of any of the above mentioned.
    RageCandy Bar: Nothing
    Old Grateau: Nothing
    Castelia Ice: Gelato
    and Pokeblocks: Hard Candy, Turkish Delight, or some makeshift Pez like thing.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)20:59 No.4592387

    That is so freaking cute and delicious.

    DO WANT.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:01 No.4592414
    Some time next week, probably after the Indianpolis pokemon event, I'm going to try a chili paste bread poffin concoction.
    This is single greatest idea I've seen this entire month, I applaud you OP and Hiker Sean
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)21:01 No.4592415
    Hey, I accidentally hatched two of your Beldum (you weren't responding when I got back and someone else wanted a Mankey), you want specific nicknames? The third might hatch while I'm trying to get this damned Mankey, too.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)21:02 No.4592441
    You're welcome dude. Glad to help.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:02 No.4592445
    The rage candy car I think would be some kind of rice crispy or trail mix thing coated in chocolate or something.

    The Old Gateau, just going by how it looks in the game...some kind of non-coated Turkish delight thing?
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)21:04 No.4592487
    I actually had an idea for the RageCandy bar, like you said rice crispy, but possibly add those good ol' pop rocks to it to give it a little bite back while eating it, and yeah chocolate dipped or at least drizzled.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:08 No.4592549
    Oh, man, I like that idea. I was wondering what could be added to keep it from being a regular rice crispy. Pop rocks sound good.
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)21:10 No.4592591
    I was just thinking of something to give it a bite back, since it is a "Rage" candy bar and all. Anything else like that should work too, but I figure mix some poprocks into the rice crispies as your mixing them with the marshmallow fluff and it should work out fine. Possibly spice it up a bit with a dash of chili or something, or just add that to the chocolate. Probably do with with a dark chocolate at that. God damn this is the most productive I've been with cooking in a long time and it took Pokemon to do it. Awesome/sad.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:12 No.4592637
    Oh, man, I'll have to try this when I have time. Goddamn, I almost wish Nintendo would have Pokemon events around here so I could have an excuse to make all this shit.

    Fandom can do that to you. The second you relate fandom to something else you like doing shit gets crazy.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:13 No.4592647

    Actually, that sounds great.

    Perhaps use the chocolate to bind the rice krispies and pop rocks and whatever the fuck else in there too.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:15 No.4592689
    No, just awesome.
    >> NH4NO3 !/J1QYpS5Eo 02/19/11(Sat)21:15 No.4592690
    Wouldn't the moisture in the marshmallows cause the pop rocks to activate?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:18 No.4592753
    I don't think so. I mean, Marshmallows are made with gelatin. There's very little actual liquid in them, I think.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:20 No.4592798
    damn it why can't i get on the archive site to have this archived
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/19/11(Sat)21:23 No.4592866
    And now after looking at a recipe for rice crispy treats, you'd have to add the poprocks pretty much after the thing starts setting because I think they'd explode when mixed with the melted butter/hot marshmallow mix.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)21:33 No.4593067
    Ah. Maybe Cayenne pepper would be the best route instead, then.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)22:10 No.4593652
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    took longer than I thought this would...
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)22:27 No.4593887
    bump for glory
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)22:54 No.4594341
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    >this thread
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)22:57 No.4594382
    so has this thread been archived? i can't get to the archive to check
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/19/11(Sat)23:06 No.4594577
    I think the archive crashed right before we got it archived.

    The solution is to keep bumping until the archive comes back up and be glad we weren't trying to archive on, say, /b/.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:26 No.4594929
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    Bumping with my poffin attempt
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)23:32 No.4595014
    How did that go?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:34 No.4595029
    They actually look like Poffins, holy shit. Do they taste... muffin-y, I guess?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:37 No.4595081
    any other pokemon treats to make??
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:40 No.4595124

    We talked about Rage Candybars and stuff, too.
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)23:43 No.4595167
    I think of spicy chocolate when I hear ragecandybar...
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:46 No.4595228

    Why thank you. They do taste a little muffin-y, however there isn't much flavour to them. I'm doing a second batch with strawberry chunks in them. They should be finished soon!
    >> PokeTelestrio 02/19/11(Sat)23:47 No.4595243

    I think of pop rocks or pez covering just melted coco bar. so the bar is still hard, just you can stick pez on it
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)23:48 No.4595245
    Can't wait to hear the results!
    >> PokeTelestrio 02/19/11(Sat)23:48 No.4595262
    lucky, if i had the ingredients id be right there with you. best of luck to you :D
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:50 No.4595299
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    This is because the original in the Japanese version was actually a Japanese jello-like dessert known as Yokan (sounds similar to the Japanese word for Chateau, adn they wanted to keep the same kind of pun in English apparently.) Anyway, traditional Yokan is made from agar (a traditional plant-derived gelatin alternative) sugar, and sweet red-bean paste
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:50 No.4595308
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    this sums up this entire thread
    >> Unown 02/19/11(Sat)23:52 No.4595333
    Holy shit, I want to try that simply because I can kinda see through it.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:54 No.4595366

    aerogel isn't food
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:55 No.4595401
    >>4595333 here's a recipe. They're not that much harder to make then regular jello. The thing that really takes a long time is soaking the beans overnight.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)23:57 No.4595443
    Oh, and if you want an almost clear-white yokan, increase the amount of water and use soymilk instead of red beans.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:02 No.4595522
    Goddamnit, if I ever go to some kind of pokemon gathering I need to make some of this shit.
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/20/11(Sun)00:07 No.4595595
    They look awesome, like almost cartoony.

    Ah, I've had that stuff. It's not bad. I GUESS JUST LET IT GET OLD AND GROSS.

    Aerogel is superlight glass, and is used as an insulator on spaceships. Completely inedible, I own some from United Nuclear though. It weighs like nothing.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:08 No.4595618
    The Japanese name for Old Gateau is 'Forest Youkan', which is based on a Japanese dessert:

    That explains the in-game sprite for it since it doesn't much look like cake. Not sure which /vp/ would prefer, though.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:08 No.4595624
    I really wanna see a Pokeblock recipe. It'll essentially be PEZ, but meh. I'd still make/eat it.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:16 No.4595771
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    Well here's some samples from my latest bunch, unfortunately most of them were burned on the outside. So you get the taste of strawberries and burnt food. But it was fun to experiment, I would try this again in the future, and experiment with more flavours and such. I might try cinnamon next time.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:20 No.4595837
    I kind of want to make a "Rare Candy" type thing. But I'm wondering what I can add to make it not just generic hard candy.
    >> Latios !4KpOkeMoNY!!d1SMd2T44aD 02/20/11(Sun)00:21 No.4595859
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    Cough medicine flavour and blue food colouring
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:23 No.4595885
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    Nah bro I feel the same. I always imagined they were supposed to be more like mini buns than muffins based on appearance.
    >> NH4NO3 !/J1QYpS5Eo 02/20/11(Sun)00:25 No.4595909
    Crystal meth in a foil wrapper.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:25 No.4595913
    I always imagined rare candy as a soft candy. Kinda like taffy, y'know?
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:27 No.4595941
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    Did someone say jelly donuts?
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/20/11(Sun)00:30 No.4595997
    As I said earlier, meth and crystallized steroids.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)00:43 No.4596273
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/20/11(Sun)01:48 No.4597214
    Bumping for
    >> Unown 02/20/11(Sun)03:49 No.4598886
    Bump that thread, Kenstar
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/20/11(Sun)04:14 No.4599128
    How did you do that? Those look amazing. Which recipe did you use?
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)04:29 No.4599239
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    OP here, returning to say:
    It's been a fine thread indeed. Many thanks to Hiker Sean and to anyone who gives the poffins a try.
    It's Tasting Time on /vp/!
    >> Hiker Sean !!kvYAp1J395N 02/20/11(Sun)04:38 No.4599308
    Glad to help OP.
    >> Anonymous 02/20/11(Sun)04:49 No.4599386
    413 archive of the thread
    >> Putin 4383 4295 7267 !!B4iAIioZuhG 02/20/11(Sun)04:57 No.4599437
    Brofist, OP.


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