Is putting mayo on your fries acceptable in your country?
I'm from Canada and I'm considered an outcast because I prefer mayo while finding ketchup disgusting.
Foods you think are obscure/few people have heard of that's popular in your region?
This is beef on weck, thin cut roast beef cooked rare on a kummelweck roll (this admittedly gross bread roll saturated in salt and given an au jus dip) served with horseradish.
Mostly a WNY thing, has anyone heard of it, or have anything they wanna share?
Almond boneless chicken.
It's basically fried chicken served with almonds and some kinda brown gravy you get at Chinese restaurants, apparently it's regional to Michigan Chinese restaurants, which is a shame cause it's delicious
what'd you have, senpai?
Post good african food
What are the best actually spicy fast food items you've had? There's a lot of "ghost pepper" advertising lately but nothing close to the real thing. The ghost pepper sauce from taco bell was the only one i've had that actually made me sweat a bit, but it's not close to a real ghost pepper
these were tasty as well
Do you make quesadillas? Tbh they are so cheesey its scary
I live with my girlfriend and we always cook and eat together, and we eat like animals
yesterday, for the first time i came to my gf's parents house and their maid cooked like this teeny weeny lamb meat with bones on it (she's from a rather rich family i didn't even know that)
there were like 3 different knives and forks but i didn't care and just ate randomly BUT then her parents fucking roasted me and literally called me a plebeian because i had no table manners
seriously, is choosing different forks and knives even important in eating? what's the point of table manners? i've never felt so shitty in my life before
I dont give a shit, Ive been told its bad manner to use the fork with my dominant hand instead of the knife but I still do it.
However, i think the multiple knives and forks things is pretty easy. You start with those laying furthest out from the plate and then work yourself inwards with each dish. If there's a spoon or something above the plate then thats the very last thing you'll use.
Correct me if Im wrong, im not fancy either.
'''Ice Cream Thread''': Which flavor does /CK/ find to be goat flavor and why is it Mint Chocolate Chip?
Pistachio + any coffee flavor is god-tier
Kind of silly to have a single favorite flavor though. On the rare occasions I eat icecream I just pick one creamy ball and one fruity ball, different flavors each time.
What's with /ck/'s obsession with hating on IPAs or ales in general? Lagers are shit and anyone who denies it is a edgy neckbeard who worships ubermenschen German beer.
>why do people not like me
>I choose my beers as a knee-jerk reaction to the post-prohibition hellscape localized entirely within my own country that I consider to be the default state of beer brewing everywhere
This is why, op
IPAs are great, what you're experiencing is the knock-on effect of being a jackass. Kind of like the association between Burberry and british "chav" culture, or basketball americans and their love of cognac. Nothing wrong with either of those, it's their fans...
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Fair enough to ask why the hipsters on /ck/ hate IPAs (it's not because they are somehow all unbalanced and edgy, it's because they are popular); but you really shat the bed with your outright rejection of lager, which is blinkered and hypocritical.
ITT : God tier food cities
pic related ensenada , MX
Philly food scene in the last ten years has grown to be the best in the northeast. You can't go two blocks without hitting some amazing food, from any country or cuisine. And that's before even addressing the countless amazing bars with gourmet pub offerings that usually form an entire genre in itself. Any corner bar in Philly will now try their hand, and usually succeed at various foods. Beignets, pho, poutine, foie gras, all in a fucking bar. Man you cannot go wrong.
most autistic things you've done?
>bury it in garden so parents won't find out
Do feed your pets fruits?
PAN NOCE AND HOT
I went to a taco truck in Brooklyn today and got 3 different tacos, they were amazing (pic is random though).
I want to start getting Mexican food more often, and while I love tacos, I'd like to know some other dishes that I should try, and what restaurants I should check out if there are other people from NYC here.
Most of the Mexicans here are from Puebla or Mexico City so that's the style you usually find here.
Sorry, I'm not there often enough to have the neighborhoods down. Wherever it is, it's good. Free chips too while you wait. I'm a vegfag so whatever I get usually has their fake chorizo in it. I cycle between the tostaditas and huevos con vegetarian chorizo. My friend speaks highly of their beef though. Their burritos are comparable to chipotle in terms of sizing.
How's that sunday morning hangover fellow alchies?