Is there any snack more patrician than coffee and dark chocolate?
What's your favorite sandwiches?
I finally have a use for this gif
Katz's is decent but Schwartz's is miles better, believe me.
Pic related, my favorite sandwich.
Have you ever had testicles, /ck/?
I mean, to eat, I'm not insulting your bravery.
Yes, down here we call them calf fries though. It was at a buffet, the sign said calf fries, my friend didn't tell me they were calf testicles until I finished them. I thought about it and went for seconds.
Our local SAMS has Monster Black energy drinks on sale for $24 for a 24 pack. No sugar, no calorie. Seems like a good deal. All the other flavors are $38 per case. Only problem is that I've never tasted this flavor before and they don't have singles here that I can try. Can someone tell me what it tastes like. It says something about cherries in the description. As long as it doesn't taste like sickly sweet robitussin cough syrup I can handle it.
I won't be back to SAMs for another month at least and I'll prolly be here another 45 min or so. Thanks
I'd go ahead and get it OP. I have a case right now, but sweet. The taste isnt bad, but it's different from the others they make. It's very cherry flavored and pours red. Not too sweet. It still has some of the signature tartness to it but not as much as some of the others. I usually drink these and the monster low carb or sugar free red bull.
If you don't like it you can always mix it with vodka or something.
Thanks man. I went ahead and bought the case. I'm glad I did. Not bad. Thanks again.
I'm making a roast chicken, I'd ideally like to stuff it, but how do you (yes you, the reader) make stuffing? I don't really want to make a dressing, I feel like cooking it in a bird really makes a drastic difference in taste.
I always make it on the side. But you should still use the pan drippings and bird juices to make it.
Stuffing the bird is a bad idea most of the time. Unless you don't care about ruining your white meat. Some people don't mind
How do you make a bean and cheese burrito?
How do I make my own gin without poisoning myself?
I think it's just vodka with juniper berries or something like that.
There are plenty of kits that produce hard alcohol that CANNOT make you go blind as only using sugar doesn't create methanol
Yeah I don't want to use the ones where you just add botanicals to vodka. I know you can buy small scale copper stills for home distillation but they're pretty expensive.
Is it possible to build your own still? I'm thinking you could just get a saucepan with a hole in the lid and attach a tube to capture the evaporated vapours or something.
what would you do to this bad boy, /ck/?
This shit with a little bit of sugar
Not sure why you need to add sugar , its full to the brim with it already & salt . I know it supposed to be "healthy" but in reality it aint at all.
There is less than a gram of fibre in there also.
Truly, a greasy cheeseburger with cola is the pinnacle of food and drink.
The one and only heroin of food and drink.
>tfw be a burnedout NEET
>stealing bux from parents to feed my cheeseburger addiction
>tfw no Burger Anonymous near me
>tfw getting more fat obese by the day
So I managed to land a summer gig as a server at a country club, is this going to be terrible /ck/?
Hey /ck/ rate my shopping list. I'm trying to eat healthier food and lose a little weight. Any recommendations that I should add/remove from the list? Keep in mind that I'm in college and super poor
Salt is a rather controvertial subject, isn't it? There are plenty of recommendations for daily intake, usually in g/day, and plenty of warning about overconsumption. But, though I do not have salt related health problems, this doesn't tell me how many tablespoons I should add in my 3 L soup or stew.
I'm looking for a few pieces of information (if those ever exist):
-the average sodium mass ratio for food to be palatable
-the average sodium mass ratio above which recommended daily intake would be exeeded
-the average mass of a balanced daily food intake
i.e. the range of amount of salt I can add to a known amount of food prepared with unsalted raw ingredients. Does ck have any hints?
First of all, mass is not always the only consideration when adding salt. In some cases you have to think about volume just as much, because a person can only ingest a certain volume of food at once, and that volume comes with a certain amount of salt to be tasted at once. The subjective saltiness is affected by both, among other things (such as concentration of flavor, competing flavors and especially water content). So that may affect how you want to salt something like popcorn (completely dry with an effective density of 0.03) vs. a soup with a density of 1. Also, you have...
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Do you like spicy food?
Yeah. Find it hard to get anything hot enough without making it myself and piling more chili flakes on it at the table. Takeaways are poor on heat and there aren't any of those INSANE HOT WING type places in the UK that you can only eat 5 of
Although McDonald's have recently released a range of delicious gourmet sandwiches is there still love for the basic hamburger?