>loved creamy chicken ramen as a kid
>found some in the cupboard
>aw shit nigga
>cook that shit up
>splash a tiny bit of milk for xtra creemy
>take a few bites
>no where near as good as I remember
>didnt finish the whole thing
>threw up 5 minutes after
Growing up is hard.
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Ok so I finally quit the liquid jew, but now how do I stop drinking fruit juices? Even natural shit with no added sugars just tastes so good. Apple, orange, and grape are fucking top tier and I just find it so hard to get rid of all these amazing tasting things to just drink plain boring water, bitter black coffee, and somewhat tasteless leaf water.
How do I become a boring faggot that drinks bland tasteless crap? Is fruit juice even bad for my health?
yes it's bad. Eat real fruit instead, by just drinking the sugary liquids you're not helping yourself. I mean, all in moderation though, a glass a day isn't gonna kill you.
I quit both soda and fruit juice simultaneously, ice cold water is your friend.
So, I bought a can of roasted eel. It was cheap, and I thought "what the hell, it's an eel sort of a day".
Turns out I don't actually know what to do with eel.
>Does it need to be cooked, or just warmed?
>Will it have bones?
>What's the flavor like?
I was thinking of sauteing it in a bit of butter and lemon, then putting it over rice.
Got chorizo and smoked gouda for a grilled cheese. Turkey seems like it would have been mushy. What do u guys like on your grilled cheese?
What's the best brand of frozen bao?
What about frozen dumplings?
What else do you guys like to steam?
In the US: O'Tasty. Specifically, their Tasty Selects range of dumplings.
Runner up is this Korean brand I can't remember the name of, but is fucking delicious. The pork and leek one is great and the pumpkin one (which actually tastes of pumpkin because it's not drowned out with autumnal spices) is the best frozen dessert bun, ever. Next to custard.
What do you think of this dinner, /ck/?
It's from a restaurant that will be closing soon after 66 years of service.
>brew and pour a pot of French Press coffee
>stir in Swiss Miss
I made pork stew for dinner tonight with cracklins to garnish.
What's on the menu in your house?
Sick to death of eating turkey 2 meals a day since Thursday, so I bought some ground beef. Will make bacon cheeseburgers. BBQ sauce, sharp cheddar, grilled onions. Probably no side item.
Just finished it so no pics (unless you want one of the as-of-yet still unwashed bowl) but thin chicken curry with broccoli and onions and slices of toasted, homemade sourdough from >>7121133/>>7121135
Gonna have steak with garlic fried rice and some sort of greens at dinner tomorrow, though. Haven't decided what greens yet. Gonna buy'em tomorrow.
Are there people here who don't salt their food ever?
Is it possible to be repulsed by anything even slightly salty?
>He unironically thinks British food is bland and has no variety
I like cucumber
I use gin for cocktails only, don't like it straight/neat/on the rocks
should I get a bottle of pic related or should I stick to the cheapest gin I can find (some €5 per bottle, lidl's copy of I can't remember what cheap gin)?
It'd cost some €30, would it be worth it?
Most people who are "into gin" can thank hendricks for their hobby, whether they will admit it or not.
It's pretty damm good, and has converted tons of people who previously thought they didn't like gin.
On the other hand, if "worth it" is in your vocabulary for a $30 liquor purchase, it probably isn't. Save your money, or sell your body to much older men who will buy you expensive drinks as a prelude to degrading dirty sex.
Everyone uses gin for cocktails only. I think you can get better gin for the price.
1. What's cucumber got to do with gin?
2. Hendrick's is good gin
3. Find the cheapest gin that still tastes good to you when you mix it; it's a matter of taste
3a. Have fun experimenting
what are you having for dinner, /ck/?
Is that cream cheese on crackers? Yum.
pic related was my dinner.
What should I get from the Chinese spot, family
Is drinkware /ck/?
I want to talk about places to get good coffee mugs.
Good thread op. I have difficulty finding a coffee mug I like. I want one big enough to fit a pot of coffee without looking ridiculous or having a stupid saying on it like "don't talk to me before I've had my morning coffee"
>tried cooking for the first time
>made scrambled eggs
>tasted like shit
How do you not give up in the beginning of learning to cook