Who /pep and olive/ here
Olives with pizza is great but they don't belong ON a pizza. Cooked olives is retardation. Would you add olives to your pasta sauce? No, you wouldn't, but they're good to have on the side. Separate but equal- that's my motto.
>would you add olives to your pasta sauce
The fuck are you talking about?
Ask someone that just bought 72 waffles anything
Anyone here with salmon fillet experience? I have a vid of me cutting up a salmon and was wondering if anyone can give me a pointer about what I am doing wrong
I was in Galway city, Ireland this weekend and I went to a fantastic Japanese restaurant. Kappa Ya, great service, excellent to food with a reasonable and elaborate menu. Check it out cocks, if you're ever in Ireland.
Japanese food usually comes with pickles (tsukemono) on the side, much like Korean food comes with banchan. Obviously that isn't banchan, as this isn't Korean.
Japanese restaurants in the West often neglect this, and for that reason westerners have a very skewed sense of what Japanese food is actually like.
Anyone ever cook a roast with dry beans together, where the drippings end up absorbed in the beans?
Have a local chuck roast & oodles of dry beans.
Give me your best, /ck/, thanks.
What's the best thing to add to a cuppa tea?
I'm going camping this Monday for 3 days with 7 friends. We have one camping stove and pot but no cooler (we're hiking).
What kind of food would you suggest? I bought some basics but plan if stocking up tomorrow. Preferably nothing too fancy and something to minimises times we have to clean the pot.
What kind of foods do you bring out camping?
>pic related, my stuff so far
Ultimate comfort when it hits that good thickness
How do you guys like your wine?
Would there be health benefits from switching from Mountain Dew to Sprite?
>when the puerto rican food truck does you wrong
you could gas kurdistan with the fumes coming out of my asshole right now
been going strong for 12 hours straight now
Puerto rican food sucks. Pretty much all food coming from the Spanish speaking parts of the caribbean sucks. It's kind of like flyover food, there was no indigenous culture so the European culture that washed up on the beach just turned out like shit, and they didn't import enough darkies to make a positive impact.
Contrast that with say Mexico or Peru where enough locals survived that the food had a chance of not being a disaster.
When will whites learn. Not racist, just telling it like it is.
Does anyone know where I can get the original Indonesian recipe Red Bull (Kratingdaeng) in America? Any online shops that can import it for a reasonable price?
I've never had it, but it sounds interesting considering the fact it's non-carbonated.
Also, post general food that is hard to come by , discontinued, or simply not available everywhere.
This was the best thing on Taco Bell's menu, and they had to discontinue it. :(
>original red bull
It's called M-150 and you need to go to places that specifically import Asian foodstuff to find it.
If you could have just one food item for a lifetime. A bottomless supply of that food. What would It be? Would you get bored of it?
How do you guys feel about dirty water hot dogs?
Can you identify the chain that produced this pizza?