Have you guys tried McDonald's new signature range of burgers, they appear to be top quality at a great price?
Also what do you think of the table service?
Which of the Indian foods on this place would you choose?
Would /ck/ eat this?
Does anyone like Sno Balls?
all snack cakes have a similiar cloying sweet taste I find off putting I assume it's from the corn syrup and preservatives. Baked goods in grneral should be freshly made and consumed the same day. So yeah I haven't met a snack cake I wouldn't eat but I'd prefer a homemade version. In that respect a snick all would be hard to make in one piece with its custom molded industrial marshmallow dome.
Anyone here like Nanaimo bars?
Is Johnsonville a fine brand to buy sausages from? bratwurst, italian etc. where do you buy your sausages?
it's a really shitty beer but it works with these guys, favorite sausage to make
So I go into my local Booster Juice for a smoothie, because they taste good.
And on the counter it looks like they're trying to grow a little piece of sod (like pic related). The guy in front of me orders, and to my horror, the barista(?) goes over to the sod with a pair of scissors and cuts a chunk grass off. She jams it into a juicer and the guy gets like half an ounce of grass liquid in a little shot glass. He paid like 4 bucks for it too.
What the fuck did I just witness??
When you order a pizza do you tell them to remove the useless ingredients?
is it worth buying one of these things?
Life is short.
Don't make a habit of denying things to yourself.
you better use it in a well ventilated area with the windows open if you do buy it, the oil in the air lingers for days after, it's disgusting and has to cause acne along with whatever shit you deepfry
Can I get an honest rating of today's lunch, /ck/?
> In the omelette
Onions and feta cheese.
> In the salad.
Romaine lettuce, feta cheese, onions, garlic, and a greek-style vinaigrette.
What is the best way to eat sardines from a can?
I gotta impress someone; tips and or recipes appreciated. Pic related; best I got.
Sometimes when I have guests over, I offer to let them help me cook. I'll say like "hey, could you chop these green onions for me," and they're usually happy to do it. You should just hand them the chicken and ask them to do that for you while you cook the rest.
Well Op I marinade the pieces overnight. Than broil each side about 10 min each or until it looks good. I baste and turn each side accordingly. Cook for at least 30-40 min, either broiling or baking. Checking and basting regularly.
So /ck/, how do I cook the perfect ramen?
I have been doing some shopping for my new flat and I've noticed a shocking number of dinner sets being sold don't include proper soup plates with a flanged rim. Most just include plebeian rimless bowls.
Why is this?
People just don't do soups anymore, is the answer. Also, dinner sets for the utilitarian home vs dinner sets for the fuck everyone else wedding registry have different purposes - obviously the latter will include all the fish knives and soup plates you want.
What I recommend is that you go K-Mart or Target that is sufficiently large enough to include a wide Corelle range and pick and choose the individual plates you want.
>Buy Bear Grylls book on how to make healthy food
>It starts talking about toxins, saying to avoid beef and dairy as it contains hormones and encourages going gluten free and other diet memes.
Should I just chuck it in the bin?