What are your honest feelings on Gordon Ramsay, /ck/?
I have boneless chicken breasts, blue cheese dressing, pasta, pizza sauce, eggs, bacon, and tomatoes. What can I make for dinner? I have some other ingredients and seasonings, but not much.
Get on my level CK.
Hey guys I don´t see a mcdonald's around here
What do you think of the new burgers?
If I take dog shit, sprinkle gold on it, and put it on a fancy plate, it's still dog shit.
If you take a McDonald's burger, but this time put it in a nice basket, and you're polite to the customer and bring it to them, it's still shitty McDonald's but now you have a nice excuse to charge more.
It's shit. It's always been shit, and always will be, and there is nothing that will ever change besides the fact that it may get even shittier and more expensive. Fuck you.
Can skinny people get diabetes?
My father is vacationing in the US, and I told him to bring me Sriracha since I love hot sauces, but Sriracha is nowhere to be found here,
What does it tastes alike?
What should I put it on(I mean can I use it in the same way as franks red hot or tabasco, I put those in almost anything)?
>What does it tastes alike?
Like chili peppers, garlic and sugar. Compared to tabasco or frank's you'll find that siracha is much thicker in texture and lacks the vinegar taste of the other two.
It's a general purpose condiment. Put it on whatever you like.
Anyone else on a low carb, high fat diet? What do you usually cook?
so many eggs. with lots of different preparations: fried, scrambled, omelettes, hard-boiled,
and i fucking hate eggs too. but they're the #1 LCHF food, so i force myself to eat them.
next big staple: cabbage family vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, brussel's sprouts, kale, etc.
other good non-starchy vegetables: avocado, chili peppers, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, green beans, spinach, salad greens
meat is expensive, so i go with chicken thighs and ground beef.
i pour a ton of seasoning into the ground beef and use it in "taco salads".
I haven't eaten that many eggs this last week. I bought over 4 pounds of beef sirloin and I've been eating that for 1,5 week. Just slicing off a steak and frying it on the pan.
You shouldn't eat chicken if you want to lose weight, though. It digests really easily and raises your insulin. At least eat it with lots of vegetables to slow digestion.
I made a Genovese sauce today and my hands still smell like onions. I washed them in vinegar. Any tips of making them not smell like onion.
Holy fuck mom, you browse 4chan?
Anyway, squirt some lemon juice into your palm and lather it all over your hands. This worked for me a few days ago.
>tfw a girl tells you your fingers smell too much like onions and won't let you stick them in her mouth after finger fucking her
There's a local chinese restaurant here with this amazing beef, and I'm trying to figure out the recipe. I've been searching the net for similar recipes, but could only find black bean sauce recipes. I'm pretty sure this isn't it, as the black bean beef is a dish on its own. It's served on a hot pan, with lots of onions or shallots, leeks and bell peppers. Oh, and it's not pepper sauce either. The sauce is dark in colour. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Made some lactaid kraft dinner.
First one to guess the three seasonings I added aside from lact wins $5 pp.
Bang 16 times
I don't know where else I'd ask this but I need your help, /ck/
I'm completely addicted to sugar. I've tried a hundred times to cut my intake even to just 'normal' amounts but I've found it entirely impossible.
I feel like the cravings for sugar take over my brain. I don't drink soda, but I love sweets, especially baked goods.
I eat sugary cereal every morning and out of habit dump several teaspoons of sugar on top of the already sugary cereal.
I don't know how to overcome this but I've done nothing but slowly...
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So, what's that one thing that's objectively terrible to eat, but you love it to goddamn bits?
for me it's that crappy cheese dip that you buy in gas stations, it's the reason I can't afford a crack habit.
Holocaust tier pizza thread
Safeway take and bake pizza
I'm thinking about getting a Chinese chefs knife. Are they considered autistic? Hard to use?
If you're used to using a normal chef's knife it will take some relearning and practise before you get good with it. There are also varying blade thicknesses and lengths, sp keep that in mind when choosing.
I've had mine for about 3 years now, it makes doing prep at work a breeze. Just remember to keep it sharp.