Got 1.25 pints. Recipe me, please.
cucumber water for customer only!!!
Hats the best bourbon I can get for my buck? Nothing too expensive.
I'm pretty middle class. Don't want to spend too much on a bottle.
Pretentious expensive taste bourbon faggots need not apply
Also bourbon/whiskey thread I guess
[spoiler] I'm so fuckin hammered right now bruh.
post a pic of something discontinued that you refuse to let go of. bonus points for unopened.
I've had this can of shark fin soup in my pantry for a couple of years.
It's illegal in the state I currently live in, and has since become illegal in the state I purchased it in.
Obviously not discontinued, but I don't see this thread getting too many other replies, OP.
Dumb question, but is it still edible?
Would the fact that it's expired make it legal due to it being unfit for human consumption?
It's probably legal to own, even if it wasn't expired (which it is). It seems like most laws just make it illegal to sell.
I've been wanting to make a thread where I open it and give it a try, but I've just never been in the mood, and now that it's expired I'll probably just open it and take pictures, because I don't want to get sick.
At least the first three ingredients are water, shark fin, and crab meat.
What are you drinking? What are you looking for? Talk beer.
Had this for the first time today after hearing a lot about it. It's almost offensively drinkable.
My wife suggested they should be brewing an imperial version in celebration of Pokemon turning 20, and call it, "Mootwo."
I got some of that not your father's root beer at the store today. It's pretty good I guess, just really sweet so I don't feel like I can drink more than one or two of them before switching to something else.
Just got back from the bar.
Tried Dogfish Head 60 Minutes. I'm not a fan of IPAs but I've heard nothing but people worshipping Dogfish Head, so I thought I'd give it a try. I'm still not a fan of IPAs.
Tried Shiner White Wings. Nice fruity beer.
Tried St. Arnold Weedwhacker. It was fantastic. I drank it for the rest of the evening.
>at ruth chris'
>order my steak blue rare
>waitress says ok
>manager comes out and tells me they won't cook it like that
>sarcastically asks for it to be very well done
>they actually do it
they probably refused serving it blue rare due to "possible health and safety" issues due to it being raw on the inside. hence why they had no qualms about it being served well done since they don't have that issue to contend with.
Is "starvation mode" real, or is it just something fat fat fatties made up to explain why they "just can't" lose weight by dieting?
It seems like most information I can find about it presumes the reader is a fatty who just can't stop sneaking Ho-Hos between salads, and there's very little that addresses borderline anorexia or anyone actually skinny having these problems. Not sure if actual medical problem or First World problem.
Yes, it's bullshit that I truly believe the diet industry made to make dieting feel harder. And yes the Diet Industry is largely designed to have people fail constantly, if we all just lost weight there wouldn't be anyone falling for these new diets.
Calories In, Calories Out. It's not rocket science. At the same time you want to get some nutrients in because you can't just live off sugar.
What are collard greens?
What type of gin is in this Martini?
MY DINNER TONIGHT
chilli lime corn, brussel sprouts, and ribeye steak
I bought some salami, sundried tomatoes (not in oil) and olives at a deli. How long should these last in my fridge? I got them on February 7th.
I just finished making olive bread dough. Nothing fancy, just flower, water, yeast, salt, sugar, oil, and some olives. I don't plan on eating any bread tonight though. Is there anything wrong with leaving it out overnight and having fresh olive bread tomorrow morning for breakfast? Or will it not be as good if I don't cook it now?
so I tried making sticky rice the traditional Japanese way and I think I messed up
you made it perfectly! The Japanese have "Sticky Volcano Ashuu" gohan traditionally before hiking on mt fuji in the springtime
i'm making brownies tonight
anyone got a good recipe?
Hey guys i made some french bread yesterday and it turned out a little too dense and hard. How can i make it more light and fluffy like the shit you get from jewel.Please give me tips or a better recipe. Here is the recipe i used
Cover the whole thing in an aluminum foil tent, you can reuse the foil many times. Also try putting ice cubes in a pan on the bottom rack directly underneath the bread-pan, so the foil tent will catch the steam and help the bread rise.
You could also try putting the dough in before the oven is done preheating, with the foil on, ice cubes, and all that.
Basically what is happening with your bread is a hard crust is forming and preventing the bread from rising in the oven.