I have cooked chicken, cream cheese, and pasta. Is there any recipe I can make with this?
What exactly is the cooking process of a pancake called, specifically?
It's not baking, right? Because you don't do it an oven. You do to pancakes... whatever you do to eggs, right? What is that verb? Is there even a specific verb?
I am still drunk from last night, i dranked a bottle oof vodka and 3 beers. I'm drinking 3 more beers but i need to eat something. What is best hangover/drinking food ?
Don't bother with the food, the booze goes straight to your brain on an empty stomach.
That's not hangover, that's while-drunk outpacing the eventual demise. It's basically delaying eventual doom.
Depends on what you have, but the best would be liquids (water, gatorade, pedialyte), and some type of moderately greasy meal. That could be anything from a regular american breakfast to fried rice and potstickers. Eggs are definitely a good choice though.
Yeah, it won't allay the booze, but nutrients are still necessary for recovery.
Eggs and salt and spinach and some sort of supplement containing a good supply of minerals will help feel better sooner. They won't help sober up sooner.
The exception is if OP might vomit at some point. In that case, there is indeed no point bothering with food. It will just end up adding to the spew.
> Put pizza in oven at 450.
> Check 5 mins later.
> Fucking burnt.
Can you tell me why god did this to me, /ck/?
>speaks with Uma Valeti, cardiologist and CEO of Memphis Meats, about the future of food production.
What's your opinion on leafy herbs, /ck/?
Personally, I like the favors of them but I hate having them in my mouth. I love basil in food, for example, but I don't want to eat the leaves. Same for parsley and cilantro. It sucks, because I like other leafy things, but they just feel wrong when I eat them.
why isn't online ordering more popular with local restaurants? it seems like only big ass chains have an online ordering system.
What do you get?
What do you put into it?
My fucking nigger. You nailed it.
Mine is 1/2lb bison. Gouda, American, provalone, garlic aoli, grilled onion pickle and bacon on Multigrain with crispy onions as the side. Might indulge in sweet potato fries...might have shrooms too. Gotta be in the mood for those.
Can you cu\ck\s tell me what is the deal with Red Velvet Cake?
>friend says red velvet cake is the best
>brings me a piece to try later
>try it out
>it's literally just a chocolate cake that's colored red and has cream cheese frosting instead of the usual frosting
>tells me i'm wrong, it tastes like red velvet
>ask friend to explain to me what red velvet is supposed to...
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The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that Red Velvet cake was any good.
So, a couple weeks from now I'll be in Honolulu. Been doing searches on places to eat and got a bit overwhelmed at all the similar choices so now I'm asking anon's advice.
For what it's worth:
>equally down for le hidden gems and crowded tourist traps as long as it's good
>not made of money but willing to splurge if it's worth it (if I'm paying over $50 for an entree it better be fucking amazing)
>not a picky eater at all
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My roommate just moved out and as a result I have "inherited" 150 unopened, unexpired packages of chicken-flavor Maruchan brand instant ramen, still in their boxes.
Is there anything I can add to these to make them more palatable? I'm kind of adverse to just letting food go to waste. I've heard adding egg, using less of the artificial flavor packet, fresh veggies, and a light sprinkling of cheese can help.
Sure any of those things would work.
Other thoughts: use homemade stock instead of the packet. Add chili oil, hot sauce, thinly sliced green onions, meatballs, you name it. Noodles soups come in so many different varieties that it's pretty much anything goes.
Thanks for the tips. I think it probably goes without saying that replacing the packet with real meat is probably a no brainer if it's in the budget but that almost seems to defeat the point of ramen, and leaves me with 150 packages of chicken flavor. Which is probably only good for pranks on its own.
>Ate 99% cacao chocolate for the first time in my life
Today I realized I don't actually like chocolate, just the sugar that's in it.
>Betting it was Lindt's.
Yeah, it was. I bought it because someone here said it was better than Milka.
At this point I think I'll just melt it with milk and a cube of sugar, that might salvage it.
I like figs. Do you like figs?
Most beloved discontinued product of all time.
>made with sea salt
When will this meme end? Most of the planet is salt water who fucking cares
Sea salt crystallizes more elaborately than most cheaper table salts. It does make a difference when dissolving on your tongue. If you're sprinkling, use sea salt. If you're dissolving into a recipe, it doesn't matter.
If it says "sea salt" I don't eat it. That shit is highly processed now and the kinds that are not, have tons of pollution in them.
If you want good salt, get the ancient stuff form Utah or Pakistan where it is mined and not dehydrated from modern day seas.
its not a meme, learn more descriptive terms dumbfaggot
but sea salt is marginally healthier & has VERY subtle differences in flavor from table salt. but like it was said, try to get the underground type