I like the honey one, myself. Even though there's no honey in it, the taste is nice. The chili was a letdown - it tastes just like a regular M&M, but with heat afterwards. I couldn't find the coffee one yet.
Did you vote for any of this shit yet, /ck/?
Official Chinese Takeout Thread!
Which one is better, KFC or Popeyes? What should I order from either?
ITT: Reheating, the best methods to reheat various food
What is the best way to reheat mac and cheese?
Anyone else get mad over a dumb bad decision about food?
This is mine from a while back. I hadn't eaten all day and I was in SF for interview. I found a place called Proper Food and thought it would be good. It's spinah quinoa salad with chicken and pomengranate. It was just wasn't good and hated myself for getting it.
Could somebody please explain the whole no true scotsman mentality that surrounds cornbread? I've never had cornbread in my whole life and I would be interested in trying to make some but trying to find a good recipe for the stuff is like searching for the holy grail apparently.
Also give me your cornbread recipes, southerner anons.
I feel ya op. Usually I just follow the recipe on my bag of cornmeal, sometimes with regular flour, sometimes without. I also omit the sugar and salt it more heavily and if I have bacon drippings/any meat drippings around I'll use those as opposed to like, vegetable oil. Butter might even work in a pinch.
How plain do you take it? It's also pretty decent to saute some chilis and throw them in and possibly throw in a handful of cheese or something. The cheese might be a little overdoing, but the chilis add a nice zing to it
Is this legal on your country
What does this taste like?
fake ass products
look at how the actual perspective shows the bun is sitting a good 2 inches from the top bun in order to make the food look bigger. the fact that people don't realize this is retarded. my guess is the lettuce, pickles and cream aren't real. the food above it might be, but everything on the bottom is too uniform and controlled. real chicken would begin to smash that lettuce down and wilt it with heat, the spots on the pickles seem fake, and the burger is intentionally tilted and blurred...
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>Visiting American relatives for the weekend, first time out of country
>They want to take me out to eat
>Someone suggests Outback, laugh openly in their face
>We end up going to Texas Roadhouse
>There's music blaring as soon as we pull up
>Go inside, there's four girls standing at the hostess stand doing their best to ignore us
>A barrel full of peanuts with a scoop in it is in the waiting area
>Music is obnoxiously loud, have to yell to be heard
>Host walks us to the table
>Have you folks bee-
>DON'T TEAR MY HEART
>n here before?
>MY ACHY BREAKY HEART
>We're led to our table, right across from the bar
>There's a bucket of peanuts at our table
>As we scoot into the booths, there's peanut shells coating the ground and the seat
>Look over our menus
>Everything item is theme'd
>CACTUS RATTLE BITES, ROADKILL PLATTER
>As we're looking over our order, the music is kicked up somehow
>Right next to our table five waitresses start doing a line dance
>Drunk at the bar starts whooping and gets a clap going
>We haven't even gotten our drinks yet
Steaks were good, but fucking christ America.
This place is terrible
I've never tasted foie gras before. What's the big deal all about?
It's rich in pretty much every flavor you like. Creamy, fatty texture, but savory and just sweet enough that you don't think of it as sweet but it hits that pleasure center in your brain too. It's a little milder in that "liver" flavor that other pates have because there's so much extra fat in it.
It's not some ne plus ultra of dining but it's breddy gud.
What do you think of this burger, /ck/?
Why is their food so dense? They should have renamed this place The Diarrhea Dragon instead
Is italian pizza really the best?
This is my first time posting here, and I really need help. You see I come from a poor family, and I have a job that doesn't pay all too well for the time being. My average budget for food is about $240 a month, and if I budget it right I can usually make it work, but I fell I can be eating better and healthier!I love to eat liver and onions because it's cheap, but I need more recipes. Honestly, I'll eat anything really, I don't flinch towards anything so long as it's edible and keeps me healthy.
What say you, /ck/, can you help me eat better?
$240 is enough to live like a king for one person. I'm dirt poor and here's what i do.
The vegetables you eat are veggies on sale
learn to work a whole chicken, you get way more for the price, here's what i do, I wait till theres a sale for whole chickens sometimes as low as 99c/lb but I'll typically buy up to $1.29/lb, buy 5 or so and spend an hour or so working through them at home and freezing, keeping the bones for stock
pick a grain you like, the cheapest would be rice in those big 15lb bags