how shit is roy rogers? fried chicken any good?
There's still some at rest stops on the NJ turnpike. Never tried the chicken but the fixins bar is a national treasure
No trolling /ck/, for some reason this weird idea is bugging me. Is it possibel to hunt and eat a street cat?
Did you ever tasted dog meat? I never went to Asia and I don't have the balls to kill a dog. Cats aren't pet for me since they are shitty animals. Should I try?
You like quesadillas?
Why the fuck do people try to over complicate bar food before the chef brings the food to the table?
What the fuck is the point of having little dipping cups if you're gonna take said dipping cups and dump them purposely onto your food its absurd
That's like dumping a fuck ton of ketchup on your fires instead of dipping them in the fucking cup why would you even do this.
>what's the point of putting a sauce in a cup when you're just going to dump it over the food
>that's like taking a cup of sauce and dumping it over the food
I know things are complicated when you're drunk, OP, but if you take a minute to think about what you're trying to say it might make sense next time.
>What the fuck is the point of having little dipping cups if you're gonna take said dipping cups and dump them purposely onto your food its absurd
What barbarian dumps the dip onto the food?
Soda or pop?
I bet my dad 20$ I could make better fried eggs than him. The competition is starting in 10 minutes and I need a really good recipe, please help out
Frying an egg properly is a classic example of a test a chef will give to a prospective line cook in order to gauge how much experience he has.
If you don't already know how to fry an egg you're fucked (unless your dad is even worse, in which case who gives a shit).
Any chefs/line cooks in here?
Is every sous chef really an asshole? Even though executive chefs all preach a positive environment, is the reality really that theyre all just complete dicks? I green as fuck and trying to find my place in the industry but Im starting to doubt my ability to take this shit.
It's always a mixed bag Op. I've worked in a kitchen where the chefs were assertive but still respectful. The chefs I got right now have short attention spans so it's a little annoying when they call for something that's all ready plated/in process.
I would suggest get a good 6 months in and apply for greener pastures if it's really affecting your work.
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I've worked under some pretty brutal chefs, and a lot of French trained chefs are rather temperamental. You just have to prove yourself through your actions.
I had this one chef that had a habit of being on everyone's shit, a real perfectionist but rather forward about it. Tiniest things needed to be addressed if done slightly wrong, so on and so forth.
Whenever he'd tell me to do something I would always say Yes Chef, but then I'd ask "What can I do better chef". Ended up getting me very...
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I went from dishwasher to line cook, but the only thing I can't get used to is calling the Chef "Chef" it's so weird to me and usually I just call him sir if anything. But the sous chef I have is very calm and always in a good mood. I don't know how he does it.
If you owned a movie theater, what sort of food would you serve? Me? I'd serve crab legs.
Why does meatloaf get such a bad rap? All my friends think it's some shitty food or "mystery meat". What other foods get hate that you don't get?
So I'm thinking of starting an American Chinese Resurant focused towards carry out and delivery in the town I live in.
A problem I've always found at Chinese restaurants are the size of the menus. So I want to know /ck/ what do you usually order at a American Chinese restaurant? What are you must haves?
Should Chinese restaurants nowadays also serve sushi?
My immediate family orders Orange Chicken, General Tsos, Beef and Broccoli, Steak Kew, and Fried rice basically exclusively. I personally have never known anyone to order the noodle dishes like Lo Mein although I see people eat it on tv.
Nobody is going to a Chinese restaurant for sushi and I make a point to not order it when I see it on the menu because I know it'll be shit since Japanese food isn't the focus of the menu and sushi requires quality ingredients and attention to detail to not suck and...
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Just bought pic related.
Best way to 'season' a wok for first time use?
Every video or guide I read is totally different and don't want to fuck this up.
cook bacon in it or lard at medium temp. for 20 mins will be fine...make sure to keep moving it around and covering the entire inside with the grease....wash in water when done and wipe with paper towel dont use soap
Fuck you if you don't like Ritz crackers.
What do you guys think of Subway? Is it quality?
What do you usually order?
Pretty much the worst national sandwich chain, which are all worse than regional and local shops.
Absolute garbage, not even worth the price anymore if it's your only option, haven't been in years.
Is cutting the cheese he best way to lose weight?
I tried to make the left but wound up making the right.
W-would you eat it?