What are some good low carb breakfasts to make that isn't eggs?
I'm cutting right now and I normally just eat like a tin of tuna for breakfast before work/right after I get there
PS I leave for work at like 0600 in the morning so something I can buy pre-packaged is preferable
>low carb (?)
You're literally holding your only option in the picture.
Also, unless you work greater than 12 hour days (let's be honest, you fucking don't) the time you go to work doesn't automatically excuse being too lazy to cook nutritious food for your own fucking body. Why not try actually going to bed instead of shitposting on a Cantonese jenkem production forum all...
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>You're literally holding your only option in the picture.
not at all
you can prepare some stuff the night before and just warm it up in the morning or take it to your workplace in a tupperware
hey i bought chicken hearts and livers on a whim because stuff was cheap as fuck
does anyone have any experience with this ?
Soak in milk. Dredge in flour, egg, flour again. Fry them up. Eat. Make pan gravy with drippings ( and onions) if you want that.
Especially good fried in bacon grease if you have enough.
I grew up in the country and its what the really poor/really old/really black people ate. They'd usually just fry it up.
I was never a fan.
What sweet foods must you have in the house for when you're drunk of hungover?
I don't want anything sweet. I'm all about the salt if I'm hungover. A BLT is perfect for me. I also hate that hungover feeling so getting drunk drunk isn't something I really enjoy.
what did you eat for saint patricks day?
I had corned beef, brustle sprouts, mashed potatoes, lays, fried pickles, and green river soda.
>Why does everyone make fun of English cuisine???
Jesus Christ. French were already mastering coq au vin by then. It might not be bad, but English cooking is like the ghetto ass brother of cooking.
Beans on Toast
Rate my hamburger /ck/
Which order according to /ck/ are you supposed to apply ingredients to a pizza?
Is it sauce, topping, then cheese?
Is it sauce, cheese, then topping?
I'm being told two different things at work.
guys i haves no cash , i needs foods , help
>Watching Beat Bobby Flay
>She keeps doing this little cute squeaky laugh
She's not married anymore...I have a chance right /ck/?
I've tried to pan-cook steak several times now, using various Googled recipes, on a cheap electric apartment kitchen stovetop.
Every single time when the meat hits the pan it generates so much smoke I'm afraid I'm going to set of the smoke alarm. I open the sliding door and turn on the fans but it still seems like far too much smoke for what's supposed to be a stove-top operation.
What am I doing wrong?
Hey /ck/ have you ever mixed tea with whiskey?
I'm talking poorfag shit here, what are your best drinks?
>tea with whiskey
Are you Heston Blumenthal?
Do people actually eat fast food for daily sustenance?
I mean, I like the odd Big Mac as a treat once a week but multiple times a day? Goddamn...
You actually eat fast food every week?
That's pretty fucking nasty, OP.
I eat it at most maybe once a year if I'm driving somewhere and don't have time to stop for anything else, and then I feel like shit for the rest of the day.
I made a thread a couple weeks ago asking about the quality of food at Dairy Queen, as I live by one and I've never been. I have always heard mixed opinions on the place, some calling it bottom rung garbage worse than mcdonalds, while others hold it with highest regard reserved only for whataburger, in n out, and other popular fast food establishments that garner a cult following. I've now been twice and will share my experience.
They've had commercials for in in nyc for decades, but there hasn't been one in forever until 2 years ago. it's in such a populated place tho with way better options so i've never been able to try it
My first trip was for a blizzard, the signature dessert. I've never had a blizzard and get made fun of because apparently around here never having a blizzard is like saying your still a virgin. I got m&m but there were a million other types to choose from, I just panicked and said m&m. It was actually very good, now I know why people like them. M&m ended up being a great choice because the bits of candy froze in the ice cream giving them a good hard crunch. I don't think the ice cream was real but for soft serve it was good.
Since the blizzard was good I was a little less apprehensive about ordering the second time. There were quite a few things on the menu but nothing off the wall. I chose to order conservatively anyway and settled for a #1 combo. Basic hamburger, fries, and drink. The burger appears to be dressed almost just like the original whataburger with mustard instead of mayo or ketchup, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. Also like whataburger the flagship item does not include cheese. The difference between the two is that Dairy Queen uses rings of red onion whereas Whataburger uses diced...
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So, I was on Yelp earlier today, and ran across the name of a business that sounds so much like a porn star's name that I couldn't stop laughing and thinking of different movies said name would star in. So, here's a game, /ck/. Come up with porn names and porn star names using restaurants in your area. Mine ( using two actual restaurant names)
"Fancy Funnel Cakes" starring BJ Cinnamon
This is my first time posting on /ck/ since I started coming here in 07' and wanted to know what you guys thought.
How bad are Microwaves to the human body? My mother and I use it almost every day for food, when she buys veggies they're the frozen ones you put in the microwave, leftovers we use the microwave.
Now I don't know if this the cause of his death but my father died of brain cancer two years ago and he's never had brain cancer in his family.
>my father died of brain cancer two years ago and he's never had brain cancer in his family.
I wish you had put this part of your post in the very first paragraph so I wouldn't have had to read the rest.
I'm sorry to hear your father died, but thinking cancer is hereditary is ridiculous.