No breakfast thread in the catalog. Went all out for a week day.
How often do you get carded when buying alcohol? Age?
What are you ordering?
>What are drinking
>whiskeys you want to try
just bought some jack daniels single barrel select i already can tell i've been memed on
Evan Williams Single Barrel with an age statement is the best deal in terms of American whiskeys. If you find a bottle of that pick that shit up (23-33 retail). Their new batches are coming out NAS so yeah
Eagle Rare is my favorite
This is what heaven tastes like.
What's the official /ck/-approved method for roasting the perfect chicken?
stuff an onion and carrots up its ass, rub with mustard, butter, sagem, rosemary and salt and pepper, roast at 375 for 90 minutes in a dutch oven, making sure the chicken is off the bottom
>collapsible steamer stw
>or cut off 2 beer cans
Who lives in a country where this masterpiece is served as regular fastfood?
might be the biggest treat, when living in Germany
I supposed this would go here.
Been using cast iron for a few years. I guess you could say I'm a collector.
I noticed on this one Lodge skillet I found at the flea market a few years back has a heart on the bottom of it next to the logo.
Can't find anything on the internets about what the heart means in relation to the product.
Anyone have an idea what it means?
Also: General Cast Iron thread
Recipes, collections, experiences.
I doubt it means anything, other than maybe some kind of manufacturing identification marking.
Why are you asking random internet people anyway? Just call or email Lodge customer service and find out directly from the source.
I guess I could do that. But it's almost midnight and I wanted to know now.
Plus I've never posted in /ck/ before so I felt this was a good excuse.
Probably a marking for time of manufacturing, because I don't believe they're like firearms with different origins or approvals. I love my cast irons because they're dead simple, handle metal instruments, and can go in the oven, but I really want a carbon steel to have less weight and less upkeep. Too bad they're ridiculously priced...
>There are people on /ck/ RIGHT NOW that don't like grilled cheese
How does this make you feel?
Why does it feel good to eat spicy foods but not to shit spicy shits?
What causes burning pain to feel good located in your mouth but not around your asshole?
Why must the pleasures of feasting on chilis be met with regret on the pot?
I don't have a problem with spicy food. That burning feeling comes from eating cheese or other high fat foods like peanuts. Try eating something spicy that is low in fat, and see if you get the same pain later.
Back at the hipster coffee shop
I'd like to have black and white tile like this so I can play chess on my floor
Pan seared salmon with a butter and lemon juice and a heavy black pepper crust. It helps with digestion. It's actually dinner for me because I work the night shift. Pic an artists representation.
what is your favorite cheese? pic related is mine
>He puts the unfinished crust back in the pizza box right before grabbing a new slice
I've yet to meet a person who doesn't eat the crust but, as someone who used to leave it and feel it was bland:
Why not leave about a centimeter or two of cheese and topping from the crust, then take a simultaneous vertical bite so your crust doesn't taste that bland?
How does this make you feel /ck/?