The traditional homemade AMERICAN CHEESEBURGER
is the greatest food for all time
you cannot dispute this
>cast iron skillet
>20/80 ground beef
>toasted sesame bun
>melted american cheese
>medium heat on both sides 4-5 minutes
>toast buns in beef grease
fuck your lettuce, tomato and onions
>traditional american burger
>you don't even add pickles or onions let alone tomato or lettuce
you want to eat a slad? go right ahead and buy apple products
This is carrot and shallot salad with a sesame-lime vinaigrette. Its being served as a side to soy-basted grilled chicken. Thoughts?
I think that you're actually trying to cook and being enthusiastic about the subject. This board is only for restaurant chain shilling, snack food discussion, blog threads for alcoholics, and /pol/ or /int/-lite posting by mouthbreathers who get all their information on places outside their place of birth from dank facebook memes and TV stereotypes. Please consider another board for this.
Greek food-do you like it or no? what have you tried that was good what was bad?? im thinking of opening a greek restaurant-give me opinions
literally everything else.
i fucking hate greek home cooking and sit-in restaurant stuff. if the greek place doesn't do take away, i'll likely not enjoy anything on its menu. same with turkish food (which is the same shit under a different name and banner)
im also thinking about a food truck ..not really sure yet..what were some things you enjoyed??
>Greek food-do you like it or no? what have you tried that was good what was bad?? im thinking of opening a greek restaurant-give me opinions
You have two directions you can take here:
1) Appease the biggest mediterranean demographic, and rather than cook actual Greek food, you only cook non-pork items. If there are locals who are muslims, they won't shun your place. Call it a mediterranean taverna and get all the neighboring cuisines into the menu, north african, isreali, lebanese,...
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Are there any craft brewers who use pre-prohibiton recipes?
Sam Adams is run by a Jew who shills whatever bullshit he wants. Pre-prohibition no one was writing down recipes. You were taught directly how to brew beer and I doubt he was taught by anyone from that era.
Kinda don't browse here that often anymore, but will make this board filled with content of delicious Mexican food.
Pizza Hut vs. Domino's. Which is better?
Didn't see a thread so figured fuck it make my own. First time for everything. Pop my cherry. Maybe get banned. Who knows.
Anyhow, what is ya'lls drink of choice tonight?
Currently drinking a shitty cheap low carb arnold palmer made with maple vodka.
You know it's gonna be a good night when you bring two bottles of vodka up to your bedroom and lock yourself out from the world.
Guess this is as good a place to ask as any, especially since /fit/ no longer includes health apparently.
I'm going into the doctor tomorrow to ask for something to help me ween myself off drinking everyday and having the shakes as soon as I wake up. It sounds like I want some kind of benzos, but how do you actually go in and ask for something like that?
Anyone have any experience getting medical help without ending up in an actual hospital bed because of kidney failure or whatever?
Oh shit man, that's rough.
Good on you for taking the first step though. I believe in you!
I guess the best thing you can do is be really casual about it? Like.. Don't lose your cool?
I don't know. I wish I could be of more help. They will likely want to run a few tests.
Ask all u want to a real italian cook
What's a superb white sauce recipe? I'm trying to remember one from years ago using corn starch but all I can find are recipes with ketchup and tomato paste.
>Putting anything other than salt and pepper on your stake
For what purpose
The point of eating stake is tasting the natural meat flavor
Salt and a little bit of pepper just brings it out
Covering it in shit just distracts you from the flavor
Are there other strongly herbal alcoholic drinks? Chartreuse Verte is currently my favorite drink, but I'm unaware if there are other similar drinks.
I think Jager would technically count. Also pic related
Just try a bunch of absinthes. Look for brands that are described as more 'complex' or 'herby'. I haven't had pic related but they say it's quite complex.
What do you think of this /ck/?
is the bacon too much?
I kinda want to try this.
i'm from arizona, ive traveled to texas and new york to sample authentic mexican cooking and that version of nachos looks pretty authentic. I would say vamanos papi rapido and make me some those nachitos
These things won't lose any of their flavour and nutrition by simmering them in their skin, right?
>cooking in and of itself removes some flavour and nutrition
Which one is healthier, mustard or ketchup? Which one do you use to spice your dishes? What kind of mustard/ketchup do you use in your kitchen?
>healthiness of a condiment you should be using only a small amount of
that being said good mustard is god-teir
Mum's bday tomorrow, anyone got ideas for dish using prawns?