Why do I always forget to put the toast in first?
> those eggs are SOOOOO overcooked
Piss off, faggots
Anyone have stories about failed copies of different cuisines?
I remember a while ago, someone on /ck/ told a story about how they had a neighbor or a relative that was stationed in Korea a long time ago. To this day, they made kimchi and rice. But instead, they just steamed cabbage, put it over shitty rice, and ate it with jalapeños. Anything else like this?
Have you ever left a restaurant without paying?
It's like the easiest crime ever.
I wanted to try many times but somehow my human deceny always kicks in and I end up paying anyways. It's kinda funny since I've done worse things without a second thought.
Pretend you're on your phone and get out to talk. Then just walk away. If a waiter comes after you say you got distracted, aplogoize and go back.
The police is not gonna do a search for someone who ate some 20$ plate and snuck out.
Then just don't go to the place for a while. If they do recognize you say you just forgot and pay up, no big deal.
Okay, so I fucking love stew. Grew up on the shit. Grandma's stews were the shit, and since she practically raised me, that's what I ate. Soul food was her specialty.
To her, stew was whatever you had lying about, thrown in a pot, and cooked for a long period of time, add roux, simmer, and serve. That's how I've always made stew.
There were never any recipes required, and it almost never tasted the same. But it was always melt in your mouth, comfort food that kept you full for most of the day.
What is stew to you glorious faggots?
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What's your favorite meal to get at KFC? pic related - it's a 2 piece (thigh and leg), chips, coleslaw and potato/gravy.
I don't really eat any fast food beyond football season. However, every Sunday before the game, I'd buy us either a couple of pizzas, a couple of those taco hell party packs or kfc. When I'd hit kfc, I'd get the biggest bucket of regular recipe with mashed taters, gravy, green beans and cole slaw. That shit was so perfect when you're already half in the bag at kick-off.
Could /ck/ recommend me some sandwich condiments/sauces? I want to branch out from plain ol' yellow mustard, because as much as I love it (simple tastes, man) I know there's a lot more out there.
So much more, however, that it's intimidating and I don't know where to begin when I walk into that sauce aisle at the store. What does /ck/ put on their sandwiches?
And I mean, like, plain old meat-and-cheese, made-in-five-minutes-for-lunch sandwiches
Got a bunch of chicken drumsticks cu/ck/s, not sure what do with them, was thinking some kind of casserole, pls help me.
Why don't more people eat ricotta cheese?
It actually tastes better than cottage cheese. I can eat ricotta by the spoonful without adding anything to it, but I have to add shit to cottage cheese like salt, pepper, hot sauce, etc. to make it palatable.
Ricotta is great but too rich. I can only eat a spoonful or two before it starts to feel disgusting. A small bowl of cottage cheese is good though, especially with a bit of fruit on the side.
When a recipe calls for, say "ground pepper", it just means black pepper right?
Are the other varieties called by their color in recipes? Like, "ground green pepper" or so?
Usually yes. But if I like the dish I'd experiment with another type of pepper when I cook it again
Who did this shit?
What do you ironically order at a bar?
PBR (or whatever macro), Malort shots, tiki drinks.
What are some good vidya gaming snacks? Bonus points if its something a little more sophisticated and quick you can make with real ingredients and not a packaged/processed product
Who here actually works in the food industry?
>had to peel the skin off of ~200 of these fuckers yesterday
the underside of my thumbnails are bruised as shit. I fucking hate this.
If you were tasked with creating a new Ben & Jerry's flavor, what would it be?
Literally anything with blueberries.
You NEVER see blueberry flavored stuff, not candy, not soda, rarely syrup, so I has to be ice cream
I'm thinking blueberry crumble, vanilla ice cream with real blueberries stirred inside.
Is this deal still going on?
I stopped off at a McD's I don't usually go to and they said it was $2.50. Last time I picked this up was like 2 weeks ago at my regular stop.
I was wondering if this was just a rogue McD's with their own pricing or some shit. Reminds me of a time I went to a Wendys out-of-town and everything on their "dollar menu" was $1.25.
The 2 for 2 ended this past sunday
currently there will be the 2 for 5 (big mac, 10 nugg, filetofish, 1/4 pounder) starting at the end of the month
Dont know if your local restaurant is the same but mine started two filet for 5 dollars