I just opened a can of tuna and then realized I was out of mayo. What do?
How do we fix the British dietary problem?
has anywhere tried IKEA hotdogs? They offer three suaces. There's ketchup, senap/mustard and another one which they don't sell in bottles. It usually says "Dressing" in German and Swiss Ikeas.
Has anyone an idea where to find something similar or how to make a sauce with this kind of taste at home?
Again: It's not mustard.
Does anyone else think in the last 10 years Papa Johns went really downhill in quality?
They advertise "better ingredients" but it tastes like the ingredients are much worse than what they were 10 years ago.
Now they're the only pizza I think is legit bad
They've gotten slightly worse, probably to keep prices from going up too much. The one thats gone to utter shit is Pizza Hut. A long time ago when they still had sit down restaurants with servers they were the best chain pizza. It's unreal how much the quality has gone down in the last decade or so. Little Caesars was never great but it's OK and has the best prices. I give them credit for keeping the prices the same for all these years and using good sauce and cheese. Dominos somehow managed to greatly...
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I used to work for Papa John's in the late 80s first as a pizza maker then supervisor into owning my own franchise. Back in the 90s and early 2000s dough and sauce was made in house with their recipe and stock was bought locally and fresh. When they grew logistically it was impossible and they started delivering sauce and frozen dough and quality of toppings went down.
It's another minimum wage job in the end and the drop in quality caused me to close my store in 2007.
Redpill me on how to make a tomato sauce that doesn't suck, /ck/.
I got a lot of cocoa powder and no idea what to do with that.
Tell me you don't do this, /ck/.
Do you know anyone that does it? Have you tried to teach them the error of their ways?
did you know that I am in fact, not a flower?
is the video meant to be a meta troll video or was it serious? because I can just see this video getting posted on facebook along side bernie sanders memes
Who drinks what these days?
For example, I'd never have guessed that Jaegermeister was drunk by anyone but small town German pensioners. Apparently student parties like a grandmotherly touch, or at least, have been persuaded that they do by expert marketing.
Is it autistic to dislike foods based on texture? I for one can't stand the feel of gelatin in my mouth. I hate jell-o and aspic, anything really squishy that jiggles on my fork or soon. Doesn't matter how good it tastes, I can't get past the texture. Is there something wrong with me? Is there way to fix this?
Nope, you have a child mind and pallet. Sorry you are food pleb the rest of your life.
I never fixed it. When I was younger I used to wretch over the texture of applesauce, tomatoes, mushrooms and avocados. It doesn't bother me as much, and I love tomatoes they just have to be Romas, or mashed into a sauce, or diced with little to no seeds.
Avocados and mushrooms (unless finely diced so the texture isn't there) are still a no go, and I won't eat applesauce unless I make it.
>people who put oil in the pasta water
>people who cook the pasta past al dente
>people who rinse the pasta under the tap
I put oil in the pasta water and cook it past al dente but i dont rinse it under the tap i just put liquid butter in it and mix around
What would you order from this Mènu?
Is it worth it to get a costco membership? I go shopping once a week and spend about $50, I need to save money. But Im worried about costcos upfront cost and selection.
Any costcobros here?
If you have the cash (or an Amex card) and you buy all your staples there like toilet paper, detergent, bathroom stuff etc then yeah. Spending fifty bucks a week there will get you more than your money back if you opt for the second level membership. The basic one doesn't give you any money back but the higher ones have a yearly percentage they return to you. My aunt always makes her money back and she's just buying stuff for her and her husband.
Anzu is mine btw
I've had the same question, and I'd go with no. I don't think it really becomes worth it if that 50 bucks is going towards you and you alone.
If you and another person are splitting the membership, then yeah I think it becomes worth it, but in terms of the food benefits you really won't see all that much in terms of savings I'd imagine.
I want to meet up with some /ck/omrades on the West coast (Cali). Anyone interested.
What's /ck/'s favorite types of berries?
Pic related is mine