Is it worth it? I was considering buying it for myself for my birthday next week.
Dom Pérignon Brut Vintage Champagne 2005
It was bought out by Moet a few decades ago, since...it's become the same pleb tier swill and not worth the money.
Crystal is also garbage water overhyped by swaggy rappers.
Veuve Cliquot Demi-sec is drinking well right now, as is Perrier Jouet, Krug and Iron Horse brut (California, USA).
Don't buy into the hype, get some well made sparkling wine instead of getting ground up in the rumor mill ot mediocrity.
>drinking rapper champagne
>in the present year
Do you drink much champagne?
Yes: Then you should know better
No: Then it's wasted on you anyway
Grower champagne is cheaper, better, and more ethnically acceptable
>people legitimately think Asian food is better in Asia
I can 100% guarantee you that Vietnamese food is literally the same everywhere
At least in the United States, Vietnamese food is prepared in a place that has food safety regulations.
The last time I was in Cambodia, I ate some things that would have resulted in a multi-million dollar class action lawsuit. But then again, I've never been to a Cambodian restaurant in the US that had a halfway decent prahok.
What are some good ideas for lunch? I mean lunch that you would take to work. I usually make a ham salad sandwich or sometimes tuna pasta and sweetcorn but it's getting stale as fuck so I need something new.
I have a fuck load of pasta too that I could do with eating. I'm just looking for cheap tasty lunch ideas.
Rate my steak dinner
Sup /ck/, I'm going to make some shakshuka in a bit, still haven't gone to the store to grab stuff. Any tips, its my first time making it
it's a pretty simple dish really
just make sure you let it simmer with all the spices and ingredients in it for a good 15-20 minutes on low-medium heat. once you feel it is time, just add the eggs and turn up the heat to medium, and let it simmer while covered. the egg part should take about 10 minutes.
What do you think of this book, /ck/?
Even if you agree with a lot of what he says, he makes a lot a stupid point and bad arguments.
He's basically the Michael Moore of food writing.
>haven't actually read it since it came out
>don't ask for elaboration
Does expensive food really tastes better than cheap food?
I've somehow never been to a Korean restaurant, and have recently gotten a really strong desire to go to one (US here).
Is there a proper way to order/eat?
Like do you order your own food, or is it more common to order a bunch of dishes for the table? It seems something like bibimbap would be for an individual, but what about a Kimchi Jjigae?
And what's the deal with the side dishes? Are they put out for everyone and you just take a bite of whatever you want, whenever?
Is this an accurate representation of how to eat at a Korean restaurant?
Any favorite dishes everyone needs to try?
Is that video accurate? You mean, people at Korean restaurants engage in weeb tier banter and have kawaii desu~~~~~ chopstick fights over their bowl? No. That is not accurate at all.
Why are korean's so fucking weird? They try so hard to mimic western customs but come off as creepy and fake.
Anyways, the best way to eat at a korean establishment is to find a korean friend to dine with, you'll get infinitely better service.
Why are people who don't have access to a Whataburger so jealous and intimidated by those who do?
I'm from the east coast. I've had whataburger when I visited San Antonio. I thought it was vastly overrated. Reminded me of burger king.
I also visited California and had In-and-out, that totally lived up to the hype.
Whataburger hype is just another result of Texans' massive egos.
As of this month I am living alone.
What is some cheap and easy to make stuff for a university student who has no experience with cooking? I think I will die soon if I keep eating nothing but those pizzas.
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what is your opinion about GNC ?
some people are saying thay are a scam http://therundownlive.com/herbal-supplements-banned-from-gnc-walmart-target-and-walgreens/
>inb4 "make your own, pleb. It's better and much less expensive."
I usually make my own salsa, but it is a bit time consuming, and somewhat messy.
Sometimes I don't feel like going through the effort (long day at work, and just want to relax when I get home)
What's the best salsa that you can pick up at the store? Pic related is my top choice, but that's not saying much since that makes it more of a lesser of evil option.
It takes literally sixty seconds more than opening a jar and dumping its contents into a bowl.
Still, there's this one brand that I do actually like... well, once I strain it, anyway. Jarred salsas are always so watery in comparison to homemade.
Anyway, gimme like ten minutes to remember what the hell the brand is. I only buy it when it's on super sale.
Two mini cheese pizzas, how they look? Crispy taste
My inner artist, sriracha smiles bright and warms up cold day.