has /ck/ ever made spring rolls? what do you recommend putting in them?
Couple times. Mostly used rice noodles for the base, slices of cucumber or pickled cabbage depending on what I had handy, few sprigs of cilantro and grilled chicken or pork and wrapped it up. Served with peanut or hoisin sauce and it's magical.
What do you think of this pizza, /ck/?
Americans, what can you tell me about the cuisine of New England?
this is what we like to eat in the summer time
For me, it's the best chicken sandwich
Simplicity with the option to build what you want out of the wide variety of condiments and veggies
Have you ever done a food eating challenge before? If so, tell us about it.
I once had a cakes and pastrie binge after a 4 day fast, ate nothing but cakes, mousse's, ice cream, bread with chocolate or condensed milk spread, and downed most of it with either milk or water, mainly milk. In the end I just threw it all back up out of guilt.
I've recently been getting into eating indian food, and I have two questions.
1) How spicy is vindaloo supposed to be? First time I had it, it was a part of lunch menu, so I guess they make it in a batch with one-taste-fits-all, so it was extremely weak. Like it was weaker than sriracha/tabasco. Second time I ordered it from other restaurant, and ask them to make it extra spicy, since I'm used to vindaloos. This time it was spicier - I broke a little sweat, but nothing extreme. I imagined that vindaloo is going to be so spicy, that I wouldn't...
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it should be crazy spicy but it never is
if you're white especially, i heard it's a big thing in the food industry for people to insist on the most hottest heat ever and then send it back because too spicy
Does this shit need to be refrigerated? It says to on the bottle, but I trust you guys more.
I'm looking to try packaged ramen (or just packaged noodles in general) that isn't pic related or Top Ramen. Any recommendations?
I have an interview here tomorrow. Any advice or stories about what it's like working there?
I live in walking distance and have basic social skills so I'm feeling pretty confident, but still.
How would you feel about kielbasa on a hard roll with tons of sauerkraut and onions?
Not gonna lie, that looks completely disgusting. Why the fuck would I want my pizza to resting on top of another pizza? soggy crust is the worst. This is nothing more than a sales gimmick.
>best food in the world
Only 10/10 god tier
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Do you buy ketchup or catsup? Wich one is better?
Where I live you can't buy Cajun seasoning. I'm trying to make jambalaya from this recipe: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1167651/chicken-and-chorizo-jambalaya
What do I do when it calls for 1 tbsp of Cajun seasoning?