About to visit Vietnam and stay there for couple of months, any advice what food should i eat and try to made there?
Be wary of street stalls. Your best bet is to find small food shacks.
Besides the usual food, get some cut raw green mango and muoi ot (sometimes they'll sell it together) and have them together. Just dip the mango slices into it. Also try sugarcane juice. There's nothing more refreshing.
I have to eat fast food for the next few weeks (don't ask me why) and it's completely fucking disgusting.
what are the healthiest meals & places to pick from?
Here's what they've given me on my flight.
why? why eat something you already KNOW is bad for you? you might as well smoke 2 packs of cigarettes a day
What isn't worth making homemade
Why are these things so expensive?
What is the most sea-like scotch? Looking for strong tastes of iodine, seaweed, salt, and similar. From what I've tried so far Laphroaig seems to be the winner for me, but maybe I missed something? Also not sure if I should go for 10 or older like 18 or 25? Which one would have more defined sea-like taste?
How do you like your eggs in the morning?
raw with soysauce and natto on rice. scrambled is the second preference, followed by over easy.
is umami a meme?
guys I'm poor as fuck
>inb4 food stamps
fuck that shit
cheap meals that don't taste like shit?
The cheapest bulk rice you can buy
The cheapest bulk dry beans/lentils you can buy
The cheapest bulk potatoes you can buy
These three things can give you enough nutrients to avoid death for potentially a dollar a day or slightly less
We have this thread half a dozen times a day.
Maybe lurk the food board for a week or two Before you run out of money. Then again, feeding yourself/basic money management is also common sense, which you clearly lack.
Hey /ck/ I'm back again with a new chunk of meat to throw on the fire.
So, a whole brisket is actually a couple of distinct pieces of beef, the point and the flat. I will be separating them and cooking the flat on the rotisserie today.
And here is the flat all trimmed and ready to season
>yfw taco bell is keeping the beefy crunch burrito on the menu
Monday again. Plans were to make some chicken pot pies last weekend, but then life happened. All good though, well save it for another day. Nothing too special tonight, we're just going to make some steak, twice baked potatoes and spinach; an average dinner for an average weekday. We're also going to make some sauce for our steak by deglazing the pan with a little beef stock and season it with whatever I have laying around. Anyway, night is approaching so let's get this started.
Posting live from the kitchen.
Our beverage for the evening will be some bottom shelf merlot, which may or may not be added to the steak sauce. Depends on what kind of mood I'm in. Gonna get started with the potatoes since they're going to take an hour. Preheat the oven to 350F and toss them right on in as is.
While waiting on the potatoes to cook up we can get some prep for the spinach out of the way. Thinking 3 cloves garlic and this half of yellow onion I used part of yesterday for a little soup.
Think I'll stick to half of the half and just compost the rest.
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