So I'm sure I'm going to earn some ire here for simply entering a Chipotle, but as a Midwesterner not particularly close to any major city, I'm kind of fucked. 80% of restaurants are chains. 20% are mom-and-pop coney islands that are almost never anything special. Even when we get chains like Chipotle and SmashBurger, we get them like five years after they make waves.
Anyway, my question is a double-header: Surely many of you share my predicament. What do you guys do? Do you just accept the reality that no restaurant within 45 minutes is basically balls...
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you get slightly more in the bowl than in a burrito proper cause the person making doesn't have to worry how am I going to wrap this tortilla. In most places you can then ask for a tortilla on the side and make your own burrito.
As for the foil, if you have any old style fillings and bite on foil you wouldn't want to risk that shit being anywhere near your mouth.
1. You fucking move somewhere worth living.
2. They don't want to touch their food, so they order it in a bowl and eat the food with a fork.
3. Who gives a shit about how/when people peel the foil? Are you autistic?
Chipotle. "Five years after they make waves" is right. Good God.
Anyone else bring there own food to a bbq? For instance cousin is a moron, know he will buy some shitty 85/15 meat and not 80/20 or not Angus, so I brought bison over for them to cook me.
stop being a faggot. if you want more fat, then add more fat. i specifically buy 90/10 and lean cuts for the sake of my health. if you want to clog your arteries, then pour the fat off the dripping pan onto your food.
Does America have the best sweets?
nothing beats black horse dick candy from finland
Anyone bought one of those monbento bento boxes?
They're pretty well reviewed, but they're expensive as fuck for a lunch box.
Dude, I've looked at these so many times. I just don't get how they work. They really just stack up like that? Where does that little fruit cup go? What the fuck?
I'm not going to buy one it just seems like such a crazy illusion all the stuff you can fit in there.
What do I put in egg salad?
I ordered this
Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup
I just want a few bricks of noodles with season packets for quick cheap meals
So is there any others on amazon.com that I should order?
I mean good on their own, not the kind you need to manually add alot of stuff to make them good.
I spent two years living with a Korean roommate in college. I've had MANY Korean instant noodles. Shin Ramyun is a good standard, but my favorites by far were Teumsae, Buldak, Bibim Men, and Kokomen.
I reccomend starting with Kokomen. It's a nice mild spicy chicken noodle soup taste, especially glorious on cold rainy days or if you're sick. I used to like Shin Ramyun, but after comparing I ended up liking Teumsae much more as a standard "default Korean instant noodle". Work up through...
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>very spicy and hot
Hoo boy, one thing you need to know if you're going to eat Korean instant noodles is spicy. Kokomen is the second least spicy of the four I mentioned, with Bibim Men being the least spicy overall.
If you're going to eat this stuff you're going to have to build a tolerance. Even Shin Ramyun is hotter than Kokomen noodles. Buldak will make you cry but you can't stop eating because it tastes so good.
Someone gave me a coupon for a free Whopper with the purchase of a Whopper.
Any idea how I could use two Whoppers in cooking? My first thought is to chop them all up and use them as stuffing, like in that White Castle recipe.
Or should I just eat the burgers as-is?
I'd just eat them. You could maybe make a passable chili type thing with the meat, onions and tomato.
where do you think you are fagget?
Trying to look for them in the local Walmart I go to but I can't find themmmmm. Please help.
What blender should I get if I want to blend apples, bananas, oranges, etc?
Are all powerful blenders also loud as hell or you can get some soundproof blender?
The UI's a little tricky, but it can do just about anything and it respects your freedom :^)
What ingredients do you like to add to bolognese sauce?
Personally I like to add chilis.
I have a bunch of vegatables and some vegetable stock.
I know to make soup I fry the veg for 2-3 mins then simmer in the vegetable stock for 15-20 mins before blending it.
I don't have a blender, however, so what can I do to make something somewhat edible? Would simply mashing it whilst cooking it provide some level of soupiness or could I deviate and make something else?
Any suggestions please welcome.
Are you not supposed to add extra ingredients into a rice cooker with the rice? For example, carrots and tofu.
People bake cakes and slow-cook ribs and god knows what else in their rice cookers.
If you're comfortable fiddling with the settings so it actually cooks properly then you can pretty much do whatever.
Is lettuce a meme food?
ITT food you're not sure how to eat or maneuver into your mouth.
You see, in civilized countries, we have these things called knives and forks. Some backwards, barbarian, subhuman countries use fucking sticks, or worse... their hands, but we'll ignore them for you
You take your knife and fork, and you cut it into pieces. You put these pieces onto a fork, and insert into your mouth.
Carry on until there is nothing left
I made this with a Boboli crust, and some grocery store branded sauce, cheese, and precooked sausage.
Suggestions for improvement? Alternative ingredients are not an option, but I'm totally open to different baking methods, additional toppings, etc.
Use some different cheeses, try some Romano or Parmesan (not the powder crap). The sausage looks crap, get some real Italian sausage, cook that shit, and cut it up in thin slices, the flavor is much better.
Just yuck motherfucker, if you insist on a pre-cooked dough use some garlic naan bread or something.
I am lucky to be able to get pic related at the grocery store, some of the best dough you can buy. It cooks perfectly and makes a better pizza than anything you can get from a chain takeout and even some decent Italian restaurants.
Sometimes I just make cheesy breadsticks with this dough, I smother it in Italian cheeses and oregano and buy a high quality sauce to dip them in.
Also comes in beer, garlic, bacon, and basil varieties. The beer and garlic ones are amazing.