This is a sandwich inside of another sandwhich
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>Here's your beer, sir.
You are never going to make a vegan/skinny/GF version of something that tastes better than its non- vegan/skinny/GF counterpart.
This is a fact.
If I'm making chicken tikka masala do I need a million and a half spices or can I just use the garam masala spice blend on its own for seasoning?
Why does everything I make taste bland until I dump a bunch of salt in? Is that all there is to cooking? Salt and sugar and MSG?
Post your favourite Italian dishes, recipes, homemade meals, and Italian inspired cooking. I need practice and I'm looking for inspiration!
DISCLAIMER: This thread is for Italian cuisine. For discussing American pizza or bastard carbonara choose another fucking thread.
Why do vegan alternatives to meat/animal products food always have a name along the lines of "vegan meat/animal product!"
Fuck! Why can't they just call it what it is or make up a name for it?
Lots of the food is actually good (or decent) but when you go into something with the expectation that "it tastes just like 'x'!" then you're probably less likely to like it straight up simply because it never does taste like 'x', although without the claim you may have enjoyed it
For the average home cook, what do you think is the most commonly overcooked dish or item? Most commonly undercooked?
For both of those, how would you describe them (Color, texture, smell, etc) when cooked properly, and if possible or relevant, can you offer any tips on a proper cooking technique or trick to get them perfectly cooked?
I feel like a lot of newer cooks are most worried about burning/overcooking things or serving under cooked food, because it's difficult to recover a dish once served in either of those states, particularly overcooking. Plus,...
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>a little mayo and wholegrain mustard
>two thin slices of tomato
>between two slices of good whole grain bread
I keep thinking that processed, american singles have a place here and there (burgers, hungover grilled cheese, etc.), but every time I give a chance I realize I have completely grown out of the taste.
Not even talking about Kraft singles, but nicer regional brands that claim "organic" and "minimally processed".
>inb4 there's no difference
There is a difference, but it makes no difference.
Hey lads, German-English Anon here:
I'm sending a parcel of presents to the German half of my family in Hanover, what are some good English food and drink I can include?
Here's what I've got currently
>M&S Jam jars
Obviously the food has to have a long best-eaten-before date and not be too fragile.
Jesus these fries are good. Small restaurants ftw
Pic related was voted best burger for 2014 and 2015.
They fry their fries in beef tallow...fucking amazing.
Do you have a problem with people taking pictures of their food?
What does /ck/ think of bottled/canned/gas station tea?
Cheaper to make it by yourself to be honest
Just puree a fruit cup of peach and put in with some black tea
It really shows how much sugar you're drinking when you try to add enough to taste even remotely like snapple