Ask a Rubio's employee anything
Why is it cold and why do people like this
What does /ck/ think of the paleo diet?
Why is American food so high in calories?
In this thread we post quixotic beliefs that 4chan "scientists" have taught us. For instance:
>Water is a chemical
>Water is harmless
>Therefore, all chemicals are harmless and no one food can truthfully be said to be any more or less harmful to the human body in massive, hambeast-tier quantites than any other food
>GMO is a modern agricultural technology
>Nitrogen-based fertilizers are a modern agricultural...
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Do you have a secret ingredient? I add a special combo of mostly sugar, salt, amd a dash of pepper to everyth I'm bmp g I make
People never know why what I make is so good compared to when they do it
ITT we celebrate an American cultural icon.
I am spending 2 weeks in da souf and just picked up a box of pic related to bring home.
Did you grow up eating moon pies? I just learned about them a few weeks ago.
The fuck did you just say to me you little bitch.
This was asked:
>Is there a tasty way to re-heat a McDonalds cheeseburger or should i just bite the bullet and drown it in Ketchup?
and the answer is yes, put it in the oven at 300 for 10 minutes. my roommate used to steal them from work, everyone hated him but he'd bring home 30 burgers every couple of days so we wouldn't kick him out. I lived on them for a couple months, so I got pretty good at reheating them.
What are some dishes that fish and cheese go together?
What are some good ideas or recipes for someone looking to eat healthier and cut back on meat?
What are some alternatives to beef that will still help me be healthy?
Honestly, this is the first video of his that I've watched.
Is it all really this bad?
Tell me how wrong I am, /ck/.
How many meals do you eat a day?
Three masterrace here.
Ask a guy who is defending his PhD thesis in Food Science next month anything
My research deals with functional food ingredients. I can try and answer any questions you have regarding the food industry/manufacturing etc.
I am not a nutritionist btw..
is pizza just an open-faced panini?
Weebs, I need recipes.
Going down to a sorta kinda girlfriend's house at Georgia in a month and she wants me to cook her Japanese food. I mostly make Japanese at my house so I've got tons of practice. We're ordering around 80$ worth of ingredients online because the markets round us are shit, but they're just the all around basics for a standard Japanese diet. The fanciest thing in the order is dried shrimp.
What do you personally think is complex enough to spice up the Wow! factor while still being affordable to make?