Anyone know how i can buy these creme eggs at the same price and quantity as a store would or at least much cheaper than offered in stores?
Sure. Call a wholesaler and ask for a bulk price.
Also, I suspect that some warehouse clubs like Sam's or Costco might carry them. If they do then you could get them in bulk for cheap there.
or fuck that idea and just get the giant kind
What's the most you've eaten in a day /ck/?
Mien was a reward super cheat day when I reached my goal weight.
>12 inch cheesesteak with large fries
>half a pound of homemade fudge
>whole container of haagen daz vanilla
>12 oz steak with large loaded baked potato+green beans
>Probably 1.5 liters of cola
If I had to guess, I ate about 7000 calories that day.
Why is there a giant hole in the steak on the right half where you can see the bread in the middle? WTF kind of shitty ass cheesesteak did you get? They can't afford meat or something? Left half looks good though.
Fictional food thread
This fully cooked pulled pork package is really puffed up. It's been sitting in the fridge for awhile. It's not necessarily 'bad' is it? I doubt I could smell anything wrong with all the bbq sauce. Could I get food poisoning from this? btw, it has a lot of sugar 22g per serving, pretty salty and probably acidic too looking at the ingredients.
What's the right way to drink rum?
Just ate undercooked lamb steak.
Am i going to die of salmonella now?
Red meat will be fine(ish) as long as you sear it well and you didn't leave it out too long. Bacteria can't easily penetrate into the flesh, and parasite poisoning cases in north america are at an all-time low
red pill me /ck/.
I'm heading to Philadelphia next week on business and will be near downtown for about a week. I'm looking for recommendations for places that will help me experience all that is philly.
where are the best spots to eat? I'd prefer value and a "local" experience over fine dining and hype, if that makes sense.
I am also into beer, specifically sours, barrel aged beers, and citra/simcoe-ish IPAs. are there any solid breweries/bottleshops in the area that I shouldn't miss?
I don't know whether this is touristy or dumb, but I was in Philly for a day last year and I went to the Reading Terminal Market. It felt kind of like a bazaar. Interesting experience, any kind of food you could want. Something to look into, though I'm clearly no expert on Philly.
somebody here into keto/low carb/paleo? i'm getting tired of everyday combination of beef/chicken/eggs, mangos and vegetables and kinda looking for some inspiration
>breaded fried chicken
>butter, cheese and oil that high
>nuts on the chart at all
christ this is wrong
keto works really well but you have to actually count carbs, and almost everything above the meat tier has at least 5 per serving
>Happy birthday anon!
>What message do you want on your cake?
What are some of the most SIMPLE and delicious meals?
I mean in the style of smoked salmon + broccoli. That simple.
Bonus points for being budget and lazy friendly.
Canned tomatoes cooked in a pan with olive oil and a little sauce, throw it over some pasta, put a bit of cheese on it. You can grill the cheese a little too if you're feeling fancy.
I ate a lot of this when I was poor for a while. I still have it every once in a while because I Iike it so much.
How realistic is this show in terms of how often the food is being food being cooked improperly?
I thought I heard the staff will tinker and fudge with the stoves between tapings or during service.
That, unqualified chefs who get hired for entertainment value, and good old editing is why so much bad food seems to go up. But what goes up is as shitty as it appears, yes.
What's your favorite kind?
Any good recipes for a big healthy breakfast? Searched for that on google, but the articles I've read are neither big nor healthy.
Do you guys have any tips for cheap eating while on a road trip?
Is quinoa a meme food?