Anonymous asked: Love this blog :D I was looking through your old posts and found that you left out the WAC "Snack Bar Delights" recipe in the side-by-side comparison section :) Just wanted to let you know!
Wow thanks, I would have never noticed that if it weren’t for you Anon! And thank you for the compliments, people that go through my old posts make me so happy ಥ⌣ಥ
toofondofreading asked: I'm new to tumblr and don't know how to get started. Just wanted to say that I love your tumblr nearly as much as the Nancy Drew PC games and that is an awful lot! XxX
You’re too sweet <3 As for how you should get started, I’ve just updated my Recipe Archive, you could check out your favorite games there!
I’m thinking of making a top 10 list of my favorite recipes I’ve done so far once I get the next benchmark (which would be 50 recipes!) But for now, I’d say some of my most popular recipes were the ones from: SSH, DOG, CAR, CAP, SPY, and SAW. And of course the SHA cake.
It’s funny, my most popular recipes don’t always coincide with my personal favorites. It’s just a fact of life that delicious food won’t always look pretty and average-tasting food can sometimes look gorgeous.
Anonymous asked: how to fry good crisp bacon
I’m not really a good authority on this because, confession time, I actually prefer my bacon chewy. I know, scandalous.
However, while making my bacon ice cream for ASH I actually discovered that a good method for making crispy bacon is baking it in the oven! I was surprised by how good oven-baked bacon can be because I normally cook it on the stove-top.
I found that, cooking my bacon in the oven, it came out more evenly-cooked and even shriveled up less! The important thing to remember is timing. Unfortunately, I don’t remember how long I baked it last time but my source from recipe 25 said 12-16 minutes. It’s key to keep an eye on your bacon and flip it halfway through cook time. Bacon is very easy to burn!
You’re gonna wanna set the oven at 400F by the way. Some people recommend you don’t preheat the oven and instead put the bacon in while it’s still cold but I’ve always preheated it myself.
Once again, I’m in no way a good authority for this kinda thing but I hope I could help a little bit :’D I think the key to learning how to cook things just right is experimentation. Try different methods and see what works for you Anon!
(Oh my God now I really need some bacon ASAP!)