What frozen pizzas are good? I'm about to give this a try, Kroger brand products are often on the decent tier
ok y'all . .
how do y'all cook with it? thoughts?
pic related is the only way I eat it..
There's just no better way than pan fried with rice and eggs.
Also jalapeno and hot and spicy are the best.
What's the best food from here?
Cracker barrel is my favorite chain restaurant. And the only chain restaurant like. They're just so convenient when you've been driving for 9+ hours and you want something simply and hot in your tummy.
I always get biscuits and gravy with two scrambled eggs. If I don't want to eat that much, I'll do two scrambled eggs with cheese grits. Basically their breakfast menu is pretty great and for dinner I only really loved the chicken pot pie, but they made it a Wednesday-only special many years ago.
Chicken fried steak is good. Fried catfish (if y'all got it) is great. Aforementioned chicken pot pie is good.
To be honest it's a really simple menu that accommodates most tastes, even picky eaters.
It's a rainy day. What are you drinking by the window?
A Polish coworker gave me the ingredients for this recently. His mom portioned them out - a mixture of egg, kielbasa, ham, bacon, and farmer cheese, some kind of sour rye broth, fresh horseradish to grate, and some light rye bread to dip in it.
It was delicious and I'd never had anything like it before. It also seems like, if you were Polish, you'd make it at home instead of going to a restaurant.
What are some foods like this that you've had?
A Quarter Pounder with cheese, hot, fresh fries and an ice cold Coca Cola.
Would you buy?
What do you think of ribs?
I think they're over four years old.
Stop shit-posting, faggot.
What does /ck/ do for lunch when at work/school?
I get the £3 lunch from my local supermarket because I'm lazy.
>Walk into Sainsburys
>Saunter past the sandwiches and the mouth-breathing, meal-deal eating plebs, chortling to myself
>Pick up a nice soup for £1.45
>Grab a bread roll from the bakery and some deli meats for ~£1.50
>Head back to the office to eat
Ever have goulash? Real goulash?
My favorite is the Hungarian variety. Well, they have many varieties. This one is pork, kraut, and dumplings, with some veggies, all topped with sour cream. Wonderful comfort food.
Real gulyás is a soup. What goes for goulash over here is called pörkölt in hungary.
Goulash seems to me to be a basic stew but with addition of Paprika, correct me if I am wrong?
I have a tin of Venison Goulash, I bought from Lidl, haven't tried it yet. I would be interested to hear some viewpoints from REAL Eastern Euros (as opposed to Americans, who think they have a heritage).
After reading the Wikipedia article, it seems like there are a lot of different ways to make goulash; families have their own unique recipes that may or may not adhere to a dictionary definition. Goulash can certainly be a thicker stew, or a pile of food with a lot of broth that still isn't an actual soup.
Rate my pizza
The pepperonis are hidden beneath the cheese
You should've used a higher hydration dough, and maybe greased it a little more before baking. It looks dryer than the sahara.
If you cook your burgers anywhere past rare, you're a fucking shit cook who doesn't understand how to make even the simplest of items
You'll never be able to appreciate the taste of real beef.
is there more to it than just boiled sugar? because i don't get the meme.
And I don't feel bad at all
I offer you a heiniekein
So is he a just meme or actually a good chef?