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Stir Fry Garlic Tofu

Someone took me to Costco for the first time in my life, and I was able to buy a 4-pack of tofu for like $5. That place was pretty overwhelming! I had no idea Costco was so popular, but I can kind of see why now. The only thing that might deter me from going there again is the massive amounts of other shoppers. 

I ended up getting a whole bunch of veg from a smaller grocery store; a whole mess of carrots, a head of broccoli, a head of cabbage, bell pepper, mushrooms, an onion, and a cucumber. All that cost me a little under $8.

For this stir fry, I used: 
- 1 block of tofu (firm)
- 1/3 head of cabbage
-1/3 red onion
-½ head of broccoli
-2 carrots
-½ bell pepper
-3 cloves of garlic 
-soy sauce
-garlic powder

First I drained the tofu and cut it into little triangles, then I fried it. Next I sauteed some carrots and onions until they started to caramelize a bit, then I added the broccoli and fresh grated garlic cloves. Then, after the broccoli started to get a tiny bit soft, I added the cabbage, bell pepper, soy sauce, sriracha, and garlic powder. Stir all that up until it’s hot and steamy, and then serve on a bed of rice!

All together, including the rice, this meal cost about $4 and yielded about 5 generous servings. That’s about 80 cents per serving!

akrilykos  asked:

What's your favorite video game? Or do you not have one?

Well, I actually have a great deal of trouble with technology. Most of my long-time readers know that my Siri and her counterparts all seem to conspire against me and very amusing ways. It is the same with appliances, televisions, and I fear that if I ever became too excited or upset with a game, I would do something terrible to the game system. This means that all my experience with said enjoyments has been rather rudimentary, done in shifts over long periods, and involves things that are not like to annoy me.

I have only played on game to completion, and that was Portal and Portal 2. I am exceedingly fond of puzzles, you see, and found the games entrancing. But even so, I did have to be cautious that my anticipation didn’t also fry the poor machine.

I have three MacBook pros, 5 iPhones, and spend an exorbitant amount on light bulbs every years. I have to be careful to make certain that no one electronic device spends any length of time in my company in the “on” position, and so alternate. But game systems are not so easy to shift between, as I understand it, and really, with two businesses and my publishing and investments to look after…

I can easily say I don’t have time.

But! Technology and culture provide! I have discovered the “LetsPlayers” phenomenon, and do frequently watch, so as to comprehend what the devil you lot are saying when you talk about things.

I hope that answers your question.

poor fry guy has probably heard ransom talk about tater so much while walking around campus and he is just so done like he doesnt even know who tater is ??? he doesnt care when will the hockey team let him rest

It’s the hiatus, so I’ve been thinking a lot about CP’s characters. After this post, I find myself wondering what happens to poor Fry Guy after he’s actually, you know, Fry Guy. 

To summarize, in case you don’t feel like following the link (YOU SHOULD, SHOW THIS POST ALL THE LOVE!!!) Fry Guy’s main reason for existence is to have things thrown at him by Shitty, a la Cabbage Man from ATLA. But when Fry Guy has achieved the pinnacle of his existence, what happens next? 

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