So what have yall invented? I've been having these for a while, french toast ham and cheese sandwiches, they're beyond delicious.
That looks like it's an egg thrown on top of a sandwich, not mixed into the bread
Also never heard of it
There is no better treat
>There is no better treat
Was making a fancy multi-course dinner during a recent family get together...felt sorry for my brothers picky eater kids...ended up with the pigs n blanket thought about them. So, I bought a pack of these, and decided to pair them with the honey crescent rolls versus regular. They were terrific with grainy mustard.
People actually buy this
>wont eat steak anything less than well-done because afraid of blood in meat
Honestly is it morally justified to food poison these people?
just came back from the Apple store! They are right about that place ^.^ They're really good, especially the macintosh apples.
are this look good?
bleu cheese crusted filet, loaded mashed potatoes, stuffed mushrooms, brussel sprouts, and bread.
it was fucking delicious btw
CAKE WARS RIGHT NOW
>I'll have a superzied McHeartstopper, a tripple McGangbang with high fructose corn syrup sauce, an extra large serving of greasy potato rectangles, an extra toothrotting sorbet... oh, and a diet coke. I'm trying to watch my figure.
Why do people actually do this?
I like this idea of art on food. What do you guys think?
I heard you were the experts on cuisine
Is this as delicious as those anime girls want to make me believe? I'd guess japanese mayo is different so maybe with honey?
Subs for the illiterate
>cut the banana in slices
>cut the crust of a piece of bread and roll it out flat
>add the slices of banana and eehh!? m-m-mayonnaise!?
>sprinkle some nuts on top
mayo, at its core, is just oil and egg emulsified together. same basic makeup as the wet mix in a cake or whatever. commercial mayo is of course seasoned and typically intended for savoury purposes, but in the presence of sweet stuff that seasoning can still be perfectly complimentary.
i think the psychological revulsion at the concept might make the experience worse than it actually would have been if you didn't know there was mayo involved - as is the case with all manner of things.
that said, i'm not particularly into this idea myself
What can I do with hollandaise sauce that isn't eggs benedict?
I'm craving tofu, preferably crispy, but I don't know what to make. What do you suggest? Nothing deep fried, it's too much of a hassle.
Any experience with dulse /ck/? I started buying it a few months ago and it's just great. Perfect balance of salty ocean goodness and it is pretty good for you. It's salty but most of that flavor is potassium and it is a great addition to soups, or you can eat it straight up. It's also amazing with stirfry.
This stuff is awesome, but I last saw it for around $6-$7 a bag, which makes it something that I'll only have very occasionally.
It's kind of like beef jerky in the sense that it packs well, and just the process of eating it can be an interesting way to kill some time while doing something else.
If you can find cheap flank steak and are willing to wait a week, curing your own beef and making jerky is super rewarding. Supermarket stuff is expensive as fuck but I can find flank steak at the butcher's for 8-9$ a pound, tops.
I absolutely loathe onions of any idiom, preparation, type, etc. Vile creations. That sickening moist crunch, and that cloying pungency that never leaves your fucking breath or fingers. I recognize their own culinary significance and use them in my arrabiata but I still think they are fuckin disgusting. How bout you?
Are rays any good? Is there anything worth eating on them other than the wings?
>Are rays any good?
The meat has an interesting texture and tastes good.
>Is there anything worth eating on them other than the wings?
Yes, but the wings are the most desired cuts.