As a kid we always left the butter out on the counter, but as years went by and I moved out on my own, I started keeping butter in the fridge.
Lately after reading /ck/, etc. I started leaving butter out on the counter but I'm getting butter flies. Never remember them in the kitchen when I was young, but I got them now.
Anyway to keep the butter flies away from the butter? Doesn't sound healthy to see them things flying around and alighting on the butter.
Get a butter holder. They sell them at Walmart and everywhere else. It's just a little glass case the size of a stick of butter. My wife was doing what you are and I bitched about bugs on my butter so she bought one. Under $10 I think. Problem solved.
>nyway to keep the butter flies away from the butter?
Assuming this isn't some kind of bullshit trolling about lepidoptera, cover it.
Also, what you're describing are likely fruit flies. The real source of those is probably somewhere else in the kitchen and they just happen to be hanging around the butter also.
Wtf is this? I thought checking out their $6 for two gyros deal would be worth it but i pretty much got this shit
>Goes to Arby's for a gyro
>Wonders why you get shitty deli meat instead of lamb meat
And $6 for two, it doesn't surprise me if it turns out to be shitty. And the fact that it's Arby's doesn't help either.
>Still, they add some variety and a different flavor profile to the menu while they're around.
> The gyros were a lot bigger than I thought they'd be (you can see, they dwarf the quarter in the picture above) and there was a good amount of meat in them. There was a bit more meat to the beef one than the turkey one, although there wasn't any lack of coverage inside except maybe at the very ends.
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Is there such a thing as food that can help alleviate depression? My therapist said something like junk food can really hurt you but I've never heard of that before and I suppose if anyone was to know about it'd be you guys.
So then I'll just ask if you know of any foods that can help alleviate symptoms of depression
if your emotional state is already fragile, being generally unhealthy makes you feel worse. It's not that there are foods that alleviate depression. It's that if you are devouring tons of junk, overdosing on sugar, and missing out on vitamins, you're adding a general layer of biological shittiness on top of whatever else was bringing you down.
Just about ready to start preparing my yummy home made barbecue sauce.
Got sick and missed my cousin's birthday. Want to make it up to her and take her someplace nice. We live in San Diego, any ideas of a good nice place that's not 5 star restaurant but still good place to get tipsy and maybe fool around without worrying about wandering eyes?
Why not just get a bottle of champagne and a nice hotel room? No one can see you behind closed doors.
Also the risk of birth defects even with first cousins is severely overstated, as long as you aren't repeating the process for generations it's no more risky than say, having kids past the age of 30, which most of you prudes are totally ok with.
how should i prepare these bad boys?
seer it on a really hot pan with a little bit of oil, then add a nob of butter and keep splashing it over with a spoon. Take out of the pan and let it rest in some tin foil. Then make some gravy out of the remaining butter and oil in the pan by adding some flower first mix it in and the add a splash of beer. Now enjoy it like a man! Also add lots of pepper and sea salt
fine dining friend, here.. have some pics
>pacific white sturgeon
>confited salsify, dredged in rice/tapioca flour/cornstarch, tossed in burnt honey/rolled in herbs
>blanched cabbage w/ginger kimchi we made rolled inside
>pan sauce of reduced kimchi juice/butter/lemon juice/sherry vin/salt
>12 hr brined, cold smoked jidori chicken
>house made pickled things/sauces
Had sushi for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd time this week. I have missed out for so long. Educate me on best sushi. Are the places with 1/2 off signs safe? Is this food healthy?
I really like Eel and get at least one order everytime. Same with tuna. I always ask for Toro but no one ever has it at the time. When it comes to rolls I stay away from cream cheese or anything fried.
of course you always gotta start with miso and get some warm sake.
"start with miso" you fucking baka gaijin you finish with miso
Every time i eat string cheese i feel like i have eaten a shitload of needles. Nothing compares to the horrific pain of your insides shredding after eating string cheese. Every other cheese is fine but fucking stupid idol of USA attempts to kill you why would you eat this shit.
tried it once and it was gross
almost as bad as jarlsberg or swiss
>Every time i eat string cheese i feel like i have eaten a shitload of needles
>Nothing compares to the horrific pain of your insides shredding after eating string cheese
Tried Beaver Tails and what do you think of them?
How do I make good delicious food? Where do I start with finding resources for this?
>tfw no sticky
Pho Thai Nguyen in Oklahoma City
I've been a loyal patron of this place for about 10 years. There are 20+ pho joints in this part of OKC and this one is the finest in my opinion, but I rarely get pho there. They have other dishes that are WAY better.
The plastic foliage and utilitarian decor seem to highlight the fact their top priority is the food
so what's the best way to drink wine?
What do you like to make with fish sauce?
stir fry mostly
Two tablespoons of fish sauce goes into my legendary curries