>20 years old
>never had beer before or any alcoholic drink
>just bought pic related
I might be going to Las Vegas over the summer for vacation, and I was wondering if the Heart Attack Grill is worth visiting.
It's definitely worth experiencing for the sheer entertainment, fun and spectacle. Overall, the burgers are pretty plain to be honest....but it's a fucking blast; especially when you see that fat fucks weigh in
>single bypass burger
meat, cheese, onions, tomato and dressing
>double bypass burger
double meat, double cheese, double onion
>one tomato in the middle of the gurger
>triple bypass burger
>3 fucking tomatos, just thrown inside the burger
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What is on your typical grocery shopping list?
Do you go once a week?
Only go when you need something?
Go everyday to get something "fresh"?
What is the worst candy you've eaten?
I remember my brother got a durian hard candy in his Halloween stash. He was about to pop the whole thing in his mouth but I stopped him. I tried a little piece and it was one of the worst things I've ever tasted. Whoever handed that out was evil. But I've also had those beanboozled jellybeans before and those were probably worse. The skunk flavored one is probably the most disgusting thing I've eaten in my life. The taste doesn't leave your mouth. But those are bad on purpose, the durian candy is just gross
What are you brewing?
Finishing up the last of my Burundi Kinyovu from Blueprint today. Back to my own roasting after this, have a few different greens on hand, not sure what I'll go to next yet.
Made as espresso in my Arrarex Caravel, ground with Bunnzilla. Temperature 194, preinfusion 10sec then pull.
It's been a good shot, but I'd put it below the Kenya I was pulling before in personal preference.
Been freezing my beans in single portions and grinding frozen too in light of Pergers recent study, I've had good results. Not sure how different though.
Bong here. Just made a few bottles of cold press from Origin's El Salvador. Phenomenal, best batch I've made yet. So smooth, complex flavours. Had some Icelandic espresso from the local shop this morning, pretty average.
The only cocktails I have ever had are martinis. What are some other good male cocktails?
im about to make some burgers. ill make sure to take a lot of pictures and post them here to explain my cooking and shit. lets hope this works out.
pic related, what my burger should look like hwne its done, minus the bacon and the pickles.
You certainly are a culinary ninja, anon!
i used 500 grams of mixed ground meat (pig and cow) and made two meatpieces out of it. both should have approximately 250 grams, and have been seasoned with salt and pepper only.
What's the worst kitchen injury story you have /ck/?
I learned the hard way how dangerous cutting things like pic related when I was chopping potatoes for a catering event. As you might imagine my (serrated edge) knife slipped off the potato and cut the entire pad of my left index finger off. It was extremely painful because the dull knife actually pinched the finger until the pressure caused it to bluntly cut through the skin. This was years ago and I've since learned more proper knife skills, but I won't forget that shit any time soon.
by far the worst ive seen was a few years back a guy opened the steamer in a hurry and reached in to grab some shit real fast before letting the steam out
pretty nasty burn all the way down his arm of like 2nd degree burn boiled skin...
but thats just the start
so the kid is a dirty fucking stoner and doesn't take care of his injury and the shit gets infected and he misses like 2 months of work
I was peeling potatoes with a potato peeler and peeled a huge chunk of thumb skin off
Name five foodstuffs that are essential in your country (not specific national dishes, just something that is deeply engrained in your country's food culture).
Try to guess countries where anons above you live.
I'll start: buckwheat, cottage cheese, pork, chicken eggs, beetroot.
What's your excuse for not living in California, cu/ck/s?
pic related master race
I live in Norcal a little bit far off to go to In N Out whenever I want. So when I get to go to In N Out it feels like a special occasion. I got some good ass burger place where I live but the prices are ridiculous. It's nothing double the price of In N Out.
Post your culinary pro-tips
it's not a "he doesn't eat his vegetables"-thing.
it's a "he doesn't enjoy eating at all"-thing. he never was interested in food. it took him being one and a half year old to swallow his first bite of pureed food. i tried all i can think off. i started with home made vegetable purees (carrots, pumpkin and potatoes mostly). when he refused to eat that month after month, i finally caved in and tried to give him mashed bananas and apple sauce. he didn't eat that either. then i tried to incorporate fingerfood. he would just play with it but never taste it. no matter what it was.
i, myself eat a big variety of food. i made it a point to make sure to sit down and eat at the table together to be a good role model.
i made sure that he doesn't get too much nutrition from his bottle so he would atually have some motivation to TRY solid food. i could only move him to eat after i gave him some sausage for the first time.
he's now 5 and every meal is a struggle. he's never hungry, altough he's way too light for his age. i don't give him any snacks inbetween. he gets breakfast, lunch and dinner. i make healthy and kids friendly meals. but he never eats. he is extremely picky and at the end of every meal i have to practically force him to eat his mandatory 3 bites. he wants ketchup and mayo with everything.
i'm at my witts end. i have used so, SO much energy and nerves on his eating habits. i'm done. i'm contemplating to just call it a day and feed him hotdogs and ice cream all day. i can't enjoy ONE SINGLE meal in peace. it is driving me nuts. it starts with me cooking and him already explaining that "he won't eat THAT". then he will not come to the table when i call. at this point, my nerves are already wearing thin. and we haven't even sat down to eat...
holy crap, i just want a kid that is thankfull for getting delicious food every day. i don't know where i failed so colossaly...
has anyone here been such a bratty eater and turned out fine as an adult?
Be more assertive, a child not listening to a parent is a sign of them thinking they can get away with it
If you take away his iPod or some shit until he eats his veggies they'll be gone right quick
Just let him eat whenever he wants, but not whatever he wants.
As a child, I was forced to nap. Yeah, weird as fuck. I just hated it for years and years and just pretend to sleep. I will never understand how the entire family (even cousins) was this insane. My point is, if he's hungry, he'll eat.
Hey /ck/. What are some "must have" spices and seasonings?
Culinary confessions thread