With bacon Ritz crackers
It's good shit. When I was in the airborne infantry, we would train out in the field for as long as a month at a time. No showers, very few hot meals, mostly cold rations, drop dead tired after 20+ mile movements and so on. I would pack those in my ruck and eat a can of them twice a week. It was pure joy to have something out of the norm.
>STILL eating beef
For the animals.
For the planet.
(and because it's the right thing to do)
Keep it to yourself, Opinionated Oscar, I want some details here man. Some DEETS. Gimme those deets.
Okay /ck/, post your favourite methods of making coffee in order of preference.
For me it's:
1. Greek/Turkish coffee
2. Cold Brew
4. Moka pot
Keep in mind that I've never brewed or had pour over so it is not listed. I've only had one straight espresso shot from a meh cafe.
>Cold Brew (was with meh beans but it was still delish)
How good, or bad, is CIA?
Any of the larger programs will offer a good opportunity to learn. Which one is best for you is a different question altogether. Anyone who is trying to rely on what school they went to as a boost to their reputation or impression of skill level is a fucking hack.
i recently moved out of my parents and have found myself running into a problem when grocery shopping:
i can feed myself, and i can do it cheaply. but cannot feed myself cheaply and healthily. i just end up buying ramen and frozen dinners.
how does one do their grocery shopping? are there certain building block ingredients i should get? any tips in general? thanks
Stew meat on sale
This should turn out pretty damn cheap, add spices of choice and then spend whatever is left freely.
Cambodian cuisine, let's go.
Whenever I try to cook my burgers in a cast iron frying pan over the stove, the inside is always raw by the time the outside gets cooked. If I wait until the inside is cooked, the outside is too dry. I'm preheating my pan over a high heat for about 5 minutes, and using about 3 tablespoons of oil. What am I doing wrong?
Have any of you ever ate a whopper and big mac in the same day? I feel the companies put ingredients in their food that when they detect each other, cause sickness.
>thinking a Big Mac is anywhere near 1500 calories
I noticed /ck/ gets really triggered by japanese food lately. explanations?
It's false triggering. They pretend to be outraged by it, causing others to storm in and tell them off. It's a technique to get your thread replies and attention and keep it going.
Everybody on 4chan knows the deal, Japanese culture has always and will always be tolerated on every board. They just like to see all the (you)'s
>sour gummy worms in charge of being sour
I need help, everyone. Is there a brand of sour gummy worms out there that is actually, TRULY sour? I like their taste, of course, but the fact that's they're less sour than Nerds is the most disappointing thing. I want gummy worms that will make my face contort. Do they exist or am I going to have to make them myself?
What's the ettiquette for a group of friends taking up a few bar tables but half the people don't drink? The other half buy a drink or split a drink w/their girlfriend [Right after coming from dinner to chat and play cards]
It's fine for the most part. Don't pull it on a weekend night. Have the courtesy to depart if you see too many groups waiting on tables.
If you become a problem, a manager will politely rush you, and as a last resort ask you to settle up and leave.
I can't live without these. How about y'all?
Why is this garbage so popular?
Colorful short videos with usually super unhealthy recipes - short enough for the american attention span and calorie dense enough to keep that chub hanging out of your confederate flag T-shirt
It makes cooking look easy, and the recipes are mostly just bread, butter/oil, cheese and meat. People always have those on hand so they'll say "i'll substitute more cheese for less bacon" or something.
I wish more video recipes were quick like this. Gordon Ramsay's are about the right length, 2 minutes, I can pause where I want to and move on when I'm ready.
Where were you when a webcomic revolutionized the very fundamentals of meatballs?
>Actually eating your steak well done
>Eating it any other way than medium rare
In France, the terminology is different, but there are two facts that should get you thinking.
>Medium rare is called à point, which liberally translates to "just right"
>There is no French term for well done, bien cuit roughly corresponds to medium
Why choose anything other than perfection, and why go as far as to eat ruined meat?