Where are these steaks being served? Is this for real?
Apparently corporate restaurants often use meat glue.
Honestly, the first time I've ever seen it used in North America was at the flagship location of a trendy corporate group. It was hilariously bad. One of their "specials" was a bone in piece from what appeared to be a short rib, attached to a filet. It didn't even look it belonged to the same animal. They even tried to convince me it was standard practice. The majority of their ribeyes and a few strips were glued in some form. End pieces being stitched together, mis-butchered pieces being repaired....
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The instructions says to leave the plastic film while baking it in the oven. Anyone have experience with this?
I want a food that is cheap to mass produce as I am a fatass on a budget. Is beans and rice the way to go? Or can I get cheaper?
I actually have a very high metabolism but I can't seem to be able to fill myself.
Beans and rice will be big ones.
Whole chickens (roasting/frying) ones are also pretty cheap, especially if they're on sale, often you can get 2 for like 5 bucks and get at least several meals out of them. Oil, salt and pepper is usually enough to make them somewhat.
Peanut Butter and Bread, jam if it's the cheap corn syrup stuff that should alllow you to make several pbjs.
Those are the only ones off the top of my head.
For veggies you may have to settle for those cheap peas/corn/carrot/bean...
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So I got myself a small bag of Doritos, and as I got to the bottom I found two of these nugget looking things.
I took a small bite out of one, wondering if it was one of those dubious 7/11 monstrosities and discovered to my dismay that they were both large clumps of pure Dorito powder.
I quickly went and spat out what was in my mouth fearing a cinnamon situation, and threw away the second as well. Standing over the trash can, I squeezed the second and it broke into the two clumps you see there.
What the hell, /ck/?
Here's the first. Literally the size of a chicken nugget.
What do you think of my sauce?
R8 my stew
How can I eat huge amounts of food like Kasich and not gain weight?
If you want to be able to eat (basically) whatever you want on a regular basis and stay at a healthy weight you need to be an athlete, or work a physically demanding job, or some combination of those two.
But if you just want to overeat on occasion, it's no big deal for your weight, as long as you don't make it a habit.
What's the deal with Texas toast? It's stupid.
Whats texas toast? Just like thick cut bread?
Making French toast, big sandwiches, improving your carb intake, eating more bleached flour, increasing your preservative and e-number intake, destroying your immune system with unnatural chemicals?
I give up, do you have the answer?
> drinking bitter bean water when caffeine tablets exist
Please explain the coffee meme to me.
What is the strangest food you've seen your roommate cook? I have one friend who makes these "scrambles" that are basically just everything at hand at the time. I've seen one contain spinach, peanut butter, cashews, bacon, and ice cream. They're usually like 5 eggs too.
Thoughts on Cuisinart products?
they're cheap and shit but the people who buy their products don't intend on using them anyways they just want to look like they're going to
Hi /ck/ i'm going to college in 4 months and i want to be able to cook good shit for my roomies. I have basic cooking knowledge but nothing great, can you give me some tips on how to become a good chefboi.
Your roomies will probably live on frozen pizzas and burritos. Don't worry about them.
If you want to learn to cook for yourself, just look up recipes for something you want to eat and practice it until you're satisfied with the result.
>want to cook for roommates
>they either have shit taste or just look at it as free food
If I wasn't poor as fuck I wouldn't mind cooking for them, but i am not not using red onions because you're a stupid nigger who think black pepper is spicy
My roommate has a bunch of dry, fucked cigars to the point where it's futile to repair them. He said he'd toss them, but I said I'd take them off his hands. How do I go about reclaiming the tobacco? Can I crush it and roll cigarettes out of it? Or should I smoke it some other way?
Good idea, but I don't have a pipe right now and there isn't a tobacconist close enough by that I'd go pick one up. You think it'd work as cigarettes? I could just get rolling papers from the corner store.
If it's that dry, it means the natural oils of the tobacco have already been gone. At this point it wouldn't even be a pleasant experience to smoke. Speaking from experience, you might as well toss them
What's going on with this trend? Why would anyone pay for this setting when the only and single purpose of food is to nourish? This is going too far.
In a shoe, ffs, all is lost.
Which one would you take if you had to choose one.
I'd go for the burger and shopping trolley coldslaw.
>the only and single purpose of food is to nourish
First of all, *slaps across the face* fuck off with that bullshit.
Secondly, you obviously have no idea what nouvelle cuisine is. It was literally a reaction to overly heavy, classical French cuisine. It emphasized light, fresh ingredients, not bogged down by heavy sauces. It was proto-spa food, which is basically another way of saying it's health food.