What is this, some kind of joke?
so instead of getting ice cream with little chunks blended throughout, now you can get ice cream with one big chunk in the middle and little chunks throughout?
it sounds like the teenagers who work at dairy queen are just too lazy to mix the blizzards properly.
How do you like your calzone, /ck/?
I like some newer happy hardcore. I have also heard some bubblegum bounce and nightcore which are very similar. Are there any other cute, sweet, melodic genres like this?
and post songs if you want
Wrong board you /mu/tant.
Is happy hardcore is to music what Bitchin' Kichen is to cooking shows?
I bought pudding and then noticed on the box that it won't set with soy milk. Will almond, cashew, etc milk work? I can't use cow milk.
I REALLY want a formulated, simple, solid diet that I can eat a lot of and not gain weight. SlimFast does the job, but I'm tired of drinking all my food and having to take psyllium powder to amend my fiber requirements. I just want to eat crackers or kibbles or something simple that has very low nutritional value so I can eat a lot of it and not be hungry all day long (since I tend to be pretty ravenous, but now gain weight if I eat enough to satisfy my hunger, regardless of what diet I try).
How does /ck/ feel about Whole Foods?
good but really fucking expensive also the one nearest to me is like 40 minutes
Pro and cons on being a vegetarian? I'd like to be one.
pros: clearer skin, probably lose weight
Cons: vegans will still look down upon you, you will always crave dat bacon
thanks. Three things I'm trying to cut out are Soda, Smoking Cigarettes, and Meat. I've done away with the first two, and trying to get rid of the last one. I've only been going with only Tuna, turkey, and chicken right now but slowly cutting that out.
I have six 10lb bags of potatoes, and I don't want them all to rot to hell before I can eat them. What do you think I should do with them?
Twice baked potatoes.
>400F oven preheated
>Wash potato, dry, light coating olive oil & salt
>Stick in oven for 1-1/12hr
>slice a quarter down the potato lengthwise
>empty contents into mixing bowl
>add cheese, salt, pepper, spices, butter, bacon, vegetables, basically anything to bowl.
>restick in oven
>pull out & eat it you pervert
OVEN NOICE AND HOT
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Does Cross-Contamination apply to cooked, Ready-To-Serve foods?
Lets say you have shrimp on its own skewer, pork meatballs on their own skewer, and vegetables on their own skewer. You take them all, and dip them into a vat of teriyaki sauce, leave them there for about 5 minutes. Take them out, separate them and serve individually. Then you take that same teriyaki sauce and apply it to a completely different steak that was cooked later on. How much of this is cross-contamination?
To specify my own opinion, I think it is. That teriyaki sauce can still easily cause people to have allergic reactions. People with religious beliefs would probably not be very pleased (though its easy to ignore them). Bacterially, it's all cooked so it shouldn't matter from that perspective.
Cross-contamination applies to everything.
In the example you posted, all the skewers could theoretically contaminate each other while they sit in the sauce. And that then gets transferred to the steak.
But this can easily be avoided by keeping the sauce hot.
The sauce is usually kept hot, which I also considered. I was also thinking that cross-contamination applied to everything, but that in some cases its okay. No one is going to complain about meat and veggies cross-contaminating in a stew for example.
Today I found out that these existed
We don't have them where I live (England)
What do they taste like? I want to try one
"Correct pronunciation of the word "geoduck" (a large clam native to the Pacific Northwest) is practically a citizenship test for Northwesterners." I lived in the Pacific Northwest my whole life and never heard of these things lol.
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Looks like the sad meal my buddy would eat day in and day out when trying to be at the gym everyday and work out. He opened his lunch one day and said to me "I'm so tired of eating this everyday" and I realized this 27 year old couldn't cook for shit.
Does anyone else just absolutely love burgers which are presented like this? The gooey cheese stuck to the foil, the wrinkly bread... It has a charm to it. Burgers are by far my favorite food, and I go out of my way to try as many different types as I can.
What's your favorite type of burger? Mine's gotta be a classic, big cheeseburger.
>tfw you grow up your entire life thinking you hate cheeseburgers
>learn to love cheesesteaks after moving for college
>think its weird you like cheesesteaks but not cheeseburgers
>discover that you simply hate the shitty american cheese most low end burger places and cookouts use
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