>be first time in chicago
>they bring me this
What did they mean by this?
Hey /ck/ I currently live in an apartment and going to school. The only source of decent food is fast food (whataburger) it is honestly the only joint that is near me. I eat the burgers everyday and I recently realized that avocado is a topping option. Should I stop eating these burgers? My friends say I eat there everyday and I honestly do. Should I be concerned and look into cooking for myself. Inb4 ramen noodles. Pic related
>Should I be concerned and look into cooking for myself
cook for yourself, burgers have no variety unless you go to some weird ass hipster place (then it's usually too much variety, admittedly done well)
whataburger is pretty great though
Which foods don't sit well with your tummy, cu/ck/s?
> KFC is bad
>mfw your countries kfc only has shit fries and no wedges
I love KFC, but the last time I went I finally got one of these things in pic related.
I'll eat chicken livers, beef tendon, pork necks, and am open to new things, but WTF. No. Just no no no.
I'll be ordering the tendies from now on.
How does Smorrebrod work?
I don't recognise most of the spreads used.
Can we have a central European food thread?
I want to start cooking more of this style of food and I'd like suggestions from people in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, etc.
From what I've experienced the modern style is heavily influenced by the communist era, with lots of simple and hearty meals, but there are also a lot of dishes that were passed down through families from before the communist period.
When I was in Prague, I visited La Degustation, which has a menu based on Modernised version for Czech dishes from the 19th century.
It was very odd, but very enjoyable.
ITT: things that send you into a seething rage when visiting the supermarket.
When the parents have absolutely no control over their kids and let them run wild, touching all the produce with their feces encrusted fingers and dropping the food on the floor or just outright sneezing on it. I just saw this today and immediately walked out.
people literally eat a pound of poop per month through airborne particles, and you complain about some kids fecal fingers on your produce
fat people you can smell, you know what i'm talking about
/ck/ What's you favorite hot sauce at the moment? What's your collection looking like?
pic related- I just got this off amazon
What do you get at McDonald's?
Quarter Pounder with cheese, hot fresh fries and an ice cold Coca Cola.
its floodin in houston and i got a case of the rainy day drunks, time to cook up some marvelous shit
this thread is for anyone to post a cook-along, bake-along or OC food/drink pics if they dont want to make or use another thread
>feel free to post ck challenge cook alongs and link to it if you dont wanna make a vertical
getting a littl ahead of myself i need to get muh kitchen shined up and blindin, and hos mindin
here is a vertical made by anon from end of last thread that deserves a repost shit looks dank son, irish carbomb cupcakes
>will be back momentarily
Is lobster really that good?
it's okay but it used to be poor mans food so there are things that are better like crab, scallops, oysters and vongole. I usually only eat the claws and give the rest to the dog. no poor
>Yeah I'll just have a water, please
Don't tell me you actually do this at resturants
How is /ck/ starting their day?
If you found out that the owner of a restaurant you eat at 2 or 3 times a week once served 20 years for killing a child while drunk driving, would you stop going to his restaurant? Even if you have 10 different things on the menu you would have as a final meal, would you stop? This might be different for me since I have children, and I'm guessing most of you don't.
It depends. Has the owner actually reformed? Is he actually remorseful? Has he stopped drinking? Does he do anything to help the community out? If the answer is yes to all of my questions, then yes, I will continue to go there.
No kids by the way.
>served 20 years
That's a hell of a punishment. I'm sure he won't be getting drunk and driving again, and I'm sure sure he regrets doing that.
post cooking hacks
>put raw spinach instead of lettuce in all your burgers. You can't taste it and you won't get any of that oxalate teeth.
This will not actually make mustard gas, contrary to popular belief.