>tfw I fell for the "Old Bay is Good" meme
Now I've got an entire container that I don't know what to do with. I've been putting it on stuff that doesn't even need it.
Does /k/ have any recommendations for use?
At a place where I used to work we'd make fresh kettle chips every day and dust them with some generic Old Bay right when they came out of the fryer.
Shit is pretty addictive.
I honestly never use it at home, though.
what are some healthy bento side dishes for someone who hates vegetables.
This is without a doubt, the best diet soda ever made
How does it feel knowing you will never cook a meal as visually beautiful nor as tasty as the Paella I just cooked.
This shit I cooked up in 30 mins is literally of greater value than your life.
Get on my level.
Looks like you are a terrible cook.
This is a meme right? I mean look at those peas. The rice too, and the burned pieces of whatever that is
What is the best side for friend chicken when you can't be bother making mashed potato?
Jesus Christ. Didn't even notice. That's a fucking Freudian slip if ever I've seen one. My pathetic life loneliness aside I genuinely want to know what I should put on the side of my fried chicken. Gotta pick shortly because soon I will be too drunk to drive for any ingredients I need.
Ok, so me and my friend were starving and the only thing on the road near us was Denny's, not the best place but it's fine enough for some grub on the road
Anyway, my friend through a big hissy fit about it and the whole time just kept complaining that he was going to get sick from their "fake eggs", I explained that there is no such thing, but we argued for about an hour about whether the eggs were fake or not
Fake eggs don't exist, right? He is being silly yes?
Egg Beaters are kinda like fake eggs. They're egg whites that are made to replicate the taste of eggs without the yolks. They have them at Denny's but you have to ask for them specifically. Denny's uses eggs.
Got a new stove and made fried chicken. What you make 2nite, honey?
I've never actually fried anything in oil, but I was thinking of doing Karaage this week. Do you have any tips? I have a laser thermometer to check temperatures, or would I be better off with a digital one?
Will I die if I combine Tang powder and milk?
But seriously, bought Tang for the first time on a whim and want to know if I blend it with milk will it come out like a Orange smoothie.
So I recently moved back to the US. My favorite sandwich has always been Turkey with lettuce, tomato, mayo, oil vinegar, and any kind of spice combination the sandwich place uses. Turkey is not popular anywhere else it seems so I went a long while without eating any and have gone over board since moving back and I'm tired of getting the same thing.
Whats your favorite sandwich? Theres a deli place across the street from that has cheap sandwiches made with high quality meat and I'm tired of getting the same thing. I'm not a big fan of massive meat sandwiches...
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I will get it it with bacon at a regular restaurant, but delis rarely have it on hand unless its thats gross precooked kind that gets stored in the fridge.
Avocado is good but its never worth the 1-2 bucks places charge extra for. Can't wait until it finally become a normal ingredient
Wtf man, my local Kroger doesn't sell pork belly. Where to buy? I'm in Atlanta, Georgia.
The ham is not good
Why is Krispy Kreme so good?
I just finished watching all of these episodes, and I really enjoyed it.
He made some really great points about cooking, and the importance of it at home from both a social and cultural standpoint.
I think that by rooting his points with historical background, and science (anthro, sociology, biology, etc) it makes a firm base for the argument of food as a cultural institution instead of the industrial aspect of it as it has been since the introduction of processed foods.
What do you guys think?
I think we didn't need an entire fucking show to tell us that home cooking is better.
I couldn't finish the second episode.
Literally no reason for this to exist after everthing that already does.
This one is only 4 episodes, so maybe you can watch this first? I wholly enjoyed it, but that's just my opinion.
The chick in Fuller House has a huge fuckin' rack though, so there's the appeal.
Show us your kitchen, /ck/.
*steps out of the shadows*
Heh... not bad, kid. Not bad at all. Your meme, I mean. It's not bad. A good first attempt. It's plenty dank... I can tell it's got some thought behind it... lots of quotable material...
But memeing isn't all sunshine and rainbows, kid. You're skilled... that much I can tell. But do you have what it takes to be a Memester? To join those esteemed meme ranks? To call yourself a member of the Ruseman's Corps?
Memeing takes talent, that much is true. But more than that it takes heart. The world-class Memesters - I mean the big guys, like Johnny Hammersticks and Billy Kuahana - they're out there day and night, burning the midnight meme-oil, working tirelessly to craft that next big meme.
And you know what, kid? 99 times out of a hundred, that new meme fails. Someone dismisses it as bait, or says it's "tryhard," or ignores it as they copy/paste the latest shitpost copypasta dreamt up by those sorry excuses for cut-rate memers over at reddit. The Meme Game is rough, kid, and I don't just mean the one you just lost :^). It's a rough business, and for every artisan meme you craft in your meme bakery, some cocksucker at 9gag has a picture of a duck or some shit that a million different Johnny No-Names will attach a milion different captions to.
Chin up, kid. Don't get all mopey on me. You've got skill. You've got talent. You just need to show your drive.
See you on the boards...
pwg cheggin in.