experimental cooking tuesdays – bronco trolleys

May 5th, 2009 · No Comments

This post was originally published on Awesomeopolis.com on May 5, 2009.


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Experimental Cooking Tuesdays a is a regular feature where I attempt to cook and create something edible. I’m not a trained chef at all, and I hope that by sharing my experiences with you, that everyone can learn a little more about cooking.

Experiment #4: Bronco Trolleys

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Bronco Trolley’s are Homestar Runner‘s favorite snack. It’s a Triscut topped with peanut butter and a slice of orange. And they’re delicious.


Ingredients:
Triscuts
Peanut Butter
Orange

Tools:
Knife

Instructions:

  • Slice an orange into thin slices.
  • Take a Triscut. Add peanut butter. Top with some orange.
  • Repeat until you run out of one of the ingredients, or stop when you’re full.

Lessons Learned:

  • Homestar Runner apparently enjoys eating the oranges with the rind on. I don’t recommend that, but if you really really want to, please be my guest.
  • The combination of the crunch of the cracker, the sweetness of the orange, and the texture of the peanut butter make this a fantastically delicious snack.
  • Your orange slices might be too big for the Triscut. In that case, cut the orange into wedges for that perfect orange/peanut butter/Triscut ratio.
  • If you find that you’re having a difficult time making these, there’s a lovely flash game that shows you exactly how to do it.

Other Pictures:

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And now, time for the orange slice.

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You may need to cut the orange into chunks if your orange slice is too big.

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