Most Complicated recipes ever
We've all been there. The Most Challenging Dinner Guest Ever is coming to dinner. The vegan, gluten-free, egg-free, nut-free, how-in-the-world-do-I-feed-them friend. Rise to the occasion — we have five delicious meals that will not only work but satisfy and delight in even the most ingredient-constrained circumstances!
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Haven't we all been there? Looked around the dinner party plan and realized that our guests overlapped in a particularly challenging way, or that one person at the table stretched our culinary ingenuity? It's not fair, of course, to label someone the "worst" dinner guest just if they have allergies (it's not their fault!). But privately perhaps you've been dismayed — how do I take care of this person?
And sometimes we ourselves are that Most Difficult Dinner Guest, cringing a little as we tell our host that yes, soy milk is still OK, and teff flour is in, but we've recently developed a nasty allergic reaction to eggplant.
Sometimes the Most Difficult Dinner Guest is an aggregate (one guest is gluten-free, another vegan, another races to the hospital if they touch a peanut).
To the engaged cook, however, these guests and challenges are not moments of exasperation — they are inspiration and a challenge to create something delicious in constrained circumstances. Anyone can make buttery foie gras on white toast taste good; it is the constraints that show what you're really made of, as a cook.
We here at The Kitchn run the gamut of omnivores to sometime vegans, with many food avoidances and allergies between us. Over the years we've come up with a few knock-out meals for our own Most Difficult Dinner Guest dilemmas. Here are five meals that will always work, always delight, with care and deliciousness both.
5 Meals to Feed Nearly Anyone
- Vegan, gluten-free, full of flavor.
- A deeply delicious stew, vibrant and colorful
- Make sure to use gluten-free soba noodles in this fresh soba dish.
- Garnish with cilantro and serve with brown rice for a rich, warming meal.
- An amazingly delicious soup, filling from the coconut milk.
Throw together a good green salad and some brown rice as a side dish, and then on to dessert...
5 Desserts Nearly Anyone Can Love
- It's hard to make baked good that's both vegan and gluten-free, but this one will please anyone.
- Sweet and creamy pudding.
- Pretty and bright. Make with agave instead of honey for vegan guests. Also try these sweet wine slushies!
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What is the most complicated equation ever?
Depends what you mean by "complicated". In one way, any equation which cannot be solved analytically is "complicated" because numerical solutions have to be used. And if the equation is such that it displays sensitivity w.r.t initial conditions (i.e. it displays chaos) it is complicated to actually get an accurate numerical solution either. In that respect, Navier-Stokes (as mentioned by Anon) is a good candidate. These are some of the equations that underlay weather.
Another way of looking at "complicated" may be to look at how difficult it is to express the equation (or equations, if …