What is your ultimate Subway sandwich?
Meatball, double meat, extra sauce, extra cheese, toasted. Best thing about it is it's really hard to make properly without it completely falling apart. The "sandwich artist" usually has to make it at least twice, which comes out of their salary.
It's dinner and a show.
Time for a pastry thread! Recipes, high-def pictures, favorite bakeries
Donuts are kind of becoming the new cupcake and I'm OK with it. These are from a donut shop in Wilmington NC
Now the blueberry is one that can't work on it's own, it has to have something with it like the kiwi it's a...not a...
...a stand alone fruit
my brother and i will get a costco sized carton of blueberries and demolish them in one sitting, they're delicious on their own. Same with kiwis
This is a shit thread, unless this is some meme that I'm not aware of
Right if there is kiwi then it goes right in my cake horn
What's the best beverage to have with a cinnamon roll?
What are some good liquors that can be enjoyed neat, besides whiskey? I want to step up my game from college-tier cocktails. I'm talking the stuff you see in movies that the cultured sophisticated men pour out of crystal bottles. Had some amaretto after a dinner recently and it was lovely, what else is there that I've been missing?
Literally anything can be had neat
The issue is having a liquor of suitable quality to be neat.
Gin neat? Boodles or Hendricks
Rum neat? Appleton Estate 12 year reserve
Amaretto? Any over $20 a bottle
Lairds Applejack is good neat
So is Campari
Brandy/Cognac/Armagnac are all served neat - Courvoisier is good without going into debt.
Rate my breakfast /ck/
Are there any essential books on cooking, not just recipe books but something that actually teaches you the basics / techniques?
I'm surprised if there aren't some classic books on cooking.
There's mold on the cheese wtf is wrong with you
I cooked this steak and I just want to say I love meat.
This. If you don't scrape every last bit of meat off the bone before cracking it open and sucking out whatever marrow ifs left, you just don't like steak.
Go have some porridge or something.
ITT: Dumb shit you did when you were younger/first learning how to cook
>Cooking everything on the highest possible setting
>frying something in a pan
>use plastic slotted spoon
>ruined both the pan and the spoon because that fucker melted on contact
It was okay though, I think my mom laughed so hard it cured her cancer.
I just started a job as a food runner and two days in my tender ass feet are pounding. Will I be fine with some doctor sholls insoles or should I opt for some specialized shoes instead? If so what brands should I be looking at?
This has literally nothing to do with food.
Also, it really speaks bounds about millennials when they can't even stand for 8 hours without running to their doctor for some orthotic prescription footwear.
Just get a pair of autism slippers you fucking bitch. Mario Batali approved.
american here, mum wants me to cook some mexican food tomorrow for cinco de mayo. anyone have any good easy recipes? not really concerned with how authentic it is.
I'm making abondigas, ceviche, guacamole, mango salsa, green tomato salsa and red snapper vera cruz style.
others are bringing the main dishes and other mexican accompaniments...tequila.
/ck/, I have an intense hatred of ketchup that goes beyond disliking the flavor. For some reason, my brain does not regard it as food. The mere smell makes me want to vomit, and the thought of eating it is completely unimaginable. I find it completely repulsive, from the way it looks inside a half-full bottle to the way it looks on the corners of someone's mouth. I am afraid to go near people who are eating something with ketchup because I always imagine the microscopic flecks they're probably going to emit in my direction. I can't even resolve myself to touch...
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On the off chance this isn't pasta, how do you feel when you smell or taste vinegar? I don't think it would be too odd to just be averse to the vinegar aspect of ketchup, and it is the most common food item containing it.
How do you feel about tomatoes outside of ketchup?
I am trying to eat better and am aware that I haven't really eaten a salad or green vegetables in a very long time.
Today I went to McDonald's and got a Southwest crispy chicken salad and a Diet Coke. I started eating it in the parking lot and just could not enjoy it. I ended up picking at it for 5 minutes then just tried to eat as much salad as I could with each chicken bite.
It was the first time I've thrown out fast food before, and it was over half full. I ended up driving to another McDonald's and got a Jr. McChicken and QPC because I was still really hungry. So it ended up costing me a lot more for dinner than normal, which was vexing.
Is salad an acquired taste? There was nothing enjoyable about the texture and sort of bitterness of eating leafy vegetables.
Does anyone have any recommendations? I looked at the Wendy's menu and there are some interesting ones to try involving chili that may ease me into healthy eating.
Are chopsticks functional?