Which fast food joint has the best burger? Protip: it isn't In-N-Out.
What is the worst experience you ever had when eating out?
Worst experience I had was going to a small family restaurant owned by some asian couple, they had a "roast beef dinner" for like $8.
I ordered it, paid, and watched as the owner took out a frozen dinner (the kind sold in supermarkets) and put it into the microwave. Then they dumped it onto a plate and served it to me.
I almost stood up and demanded a refund.
> go to a restaurant
>Order mac and cheese
> its mushy
> literally has zero cheese in it
> tastes like pasta and hot milk
> have to pay $14 plus tip
I would have sent it back if i was alone but i have an image to maintain.
In general, how much do men care about a woman's cooking skills, really?
Depends on where you grow up and how you were raised.
I care a decent amount because cooking is my hobby.
I grew up in a small town of 3000 people, it is still the culture to have the woman stay home and be the housekeeper. Cooking is pretty important part of that gender role.
Moving away I know a lot of women who have never cooked in their lives, and they arent pushing dudes away because of it.
I care, but it's also cute to have a gf that knows nothing about cooking so you can teach her stuff and cook for her.
In my experience women who can't cook always have dogshit parents with not being able to cook just being the tip of the iceberg of all the other vital life skills that they were never taught. On the opposite end of the spectrum women who are excellent cooks usually come from better families and are more mature well rounded individuals overall.
Hey guys there's allways a thread discussing japanese food here, but japanese breakfast is hardly mentioned. Do any of you know what the average japanese eat for breakfast? Do you know any recipes? Thanks
Those are Vietnamese god damn it Robin Williams even made a whole movie about it.
I really need to start eating healthy, I hate the way my body looks.
What are some foods I can make/buy that are healthy, but are also similar to tasty unhealthy food?
I hate vegetables and chicken (though I'm more inclined to try chicken), and I love basically any type of meat, but I don't eat pig meat.
What is some weird shit you frequently consumed as a child? I used to make chocolate milk and pile the chocolate powder 5 inches high then eat with a spoon. I also used to drink glasses full of straight cordial and eat those powered juice mix drinks straight from their bags. I'm surprised I don't have diabetes today.
What is the spiciest food you've ever eaten?
So I'm reading Anthony Bourdain's kitchen confidential right now.
Basically he portrays the restaurant world as the domain of drug-addled misfits who can't fit in in regular society.
Pretty much, he says it's something you would only get into if you were crazy.
The view he presents is almost darkly romantic at the same time; he presents it as a 'sex, drugs and rock and roll' type of world, with lots of sin and debauchery, cameraderie, etc... The image that eventually comes across is kind of beautiful in a way, even if it's...
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Yeah, hes looking at it through rose colored glasses, but hes not wrong at all. When I worked Line, the guys next to me were more family than anything else. We did some odd shit, but luckily no drugs other than nicotine, caffeine and alcohol. Im not str8 edge at all but hard drugs and even pot have no place in a real kitchen. Druggos are just below fatties and women in the list of people you don't want on your crew.
I work for an upscale restaurant right now and I can agree with that.
The work can be traumatic, especially if you're messing up and you have a bad service.
It can keep you up at night and it tortures you but you want to go back to work and redeem yourself. its hard to put into words but many people have a version of PTSD.
They pursue different outlets like drugs and partying to cope
I feel so fucking ripped off. These tastes NOTHING like biscuits and gravy. They tastes almost exactly like sour cream and onion. Such bullshit.
What are some chip flavors that really taste like they're advertised?
How profitable would you say a 24 hour donut shop is?
Are they heresy?
Ok, who seriously who the fuck does not like onions? My gf refuses to eat anything that had onions in it. It's really fucking annoying because I use them a lot when I cook. Sometimes I think about just making something with onions in it and not telling her to see if she notices
I dislike eating onions raw like in salads and shit but in cooking they are essential.
I can't imagine making any sort of stew or soup without them.
Also caramelized onions on burgers are GOAT.
make yourself something delicious with onions and microwave some frozen mac and cheese for her. see if she wants a bite of what you're having. honestly, i feel like half of the food i make starts with sauteing garlic and onions.
>goes to a restaurant
>orders something that could have easily been made at home
Why do people do this? For example, ordering spaghetti at a restaurant that serves much more complex pastas and other dishes, or paying $6 for a hot dog when you could have easily made 12 for the same price. Why do people pay for bibimbap? It's literally rice and vegetables for like $12 a bowl.
When I go out, I like to get shit that takes all day and a fuckton of special ingredients and equipment to make, like ramen or barbecue or dim sum or woodfire pizza. Why bother otherwise?
Literally everything you can order at a restaurant can be more easily made at home.
If it makes your autism start raging this hard, just stop going out to eat and make everything yourself instead.
What do you like your breakfast sandwich on?
After 2 months of steady progress I just broke my diet. I think I consumed 6000 kcal today and it's not even time for dinner yet.
Hold me /ck/. What do you do when stuff like this happens to you? What's the most you ever ate in a day?