I've been thinking of getting candy from another countries (I'm from Spain) because my life is boring and uneventful.
Any recommendations? Can be from any country.
Shut the fuck up1
USA: Sour patch kids, swedish fish, milky way, starbursts, skittles, m&ms taffy, Ghiradelli, Hershey cookies and cream, jolly ranchers, three musketeers, jelly belly
Have you ever tried to make food from fiction, like an Elder Scrolls sweetroll or lembas from LotR? What was it like? Do you have any suggestions for recipes yourself?
It's not really fictional but I made poached pears once after reading game of thrones. It was pretty good but the flavors were very strong. It was pretty much pears submerged in wine spiced with cloves and cinnamon heated on the stove
What's the worst cuisine in your opinion?
For me it'd have to be hawaiian and filipino.
Blandinvavian. It's as if no one told them about seasonings.
What's the best alcoholic beverage that doesn't taste like alcohol?
ITT: Post deep dish pizza
What are some good places around you to get a big burrito that aren't national chains?
Isaac's in Wilmington, California. Order a green chili burrito.
Congratulations to all the participants who made it through this year's challenge!
This thread will have the winner's annoucement (in the next post) and will serve as the post mortem thread. Comments and feedbacks should be directed here.
I have got to stop forgetting my name, I swear...
Anyways, Sudden Death was the majority vote, so congratulations Nack!
>try to make Black Forest Cake
>recipe clearly shows a huge fluffy cake that can be sliced horizontally into three layers
>get this instead
Just fucking kill me.
I feel like if we were able to produce peanut butter in such a way that it had the same consistency as regular butter, and packaged it the same way, that people would be more likely to put it on things they eat. Are you with me /ck/?
This is essentially what I want it to look like.
Theres nothing wrong with enjoying PBR, it is the best neutral beer.
I want to buy a more expensive knife(about 100 euro) just to see what I am missing. I cook a lot but I just use mostly 20-30 euro stainless steel knives.
Is there a reason to go carbon steel these days or is it just a leftover meme from when metallurgy was worse?
I am thinking of a general chef's knife for all around work.
Remember that price does not equal quality and quality is to an extent in the eye of the beholder
Carbon vs stainless is like manual shifting vs automatic, most opinions on it are outdated and conflate emotions with facts. I like carbon because, if I'm being honest, it goes well with my fedora. But it's not for everyone.
The only absolute truth is that Japan is decades ahead of Europe on delivering good value for your money.
Things do change. The problem as far as I've understood was that stainless steel had big chromium carbide grain in it. This is not the case any longer, ergo stainless steel is not worse.
There are lots of these leftover memes because people don't understand what they talk about. It's like saying electric cars suck because they are slow when they think about golf carts and don't know that there are Teslas.
Why can't we stop, /ck/?
What is it with Americans and onion powder?
Can someone please explain this to me?
Do onions not really grow in America?
I'm putting together a grocery list for the next time I drop LSD with my girlfriend.
Mushies won't make me hungry all day, but I do like to eat fun foods (very slowly) on acid. I'm also on a cut so it will be a cheat day, no calorie counting.
>Japanese Fizzy Candies
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What are the best recipes to keep my man?
disclaimer: I don't have a man yet.
>I just hope that is a troll account.
Learn to bake like chicken pot pie or pot roast. Learn to make the perfect roast chicken in the oven too. If you want a man to marry you, learn to BBQ outside.