How did the Burger King manage to make halloween whopper such a viral success? I have a theory that they paid off every youtube channel to talk about it so that it would go viral.
Because it was such a novel idea. who would have even thought about using octopus ink to dye your food? i would have imagined that that shit was poisonous, but you barely even noticed it in the bread.
It proves once and for all that America is in the forefront of the food industry
What's /ck/ favorite dish soap?
My mom always use pic related and I don't like it.
How do i get into cooking? Is there a list of entry-level food?
I really want to learn how to cook, but i don't know shit about it.
I am Eastern European peasant and eat buckwheat. Do you ever taste it ?
Yeah, buckwheat is tasty. Good with onions and carrots.
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Have you tried some of these new luxury desserts? They look amazing
Can you freeze chili and it still taste good?
I made some chili but I live alone so I won't finish this within a few weeks
cop on lads, it's 07-02-2016
What do you do while you eat? Do you watch TV, browse the internet or just concentrate on the food?
rate my egg on toast
>the shape of those eggs
have something to shape them like that or what?
What do you have for breakfast/brunch each morning? Does it change on certain days?
I make a pizza a few times a week and just wake up, drink, and start the day with a nice plate of cold leftovers pretty much every day.
Oat porridge every day. Only the fruit varies. Today I had a banana in it with chopped up walnuts.
Usually don't get hungry again until about four or five hours later. Cheap, tasty, nutritious, easy.. what's not to love about glorious oats?
I really, really, like oats.
What does /ck/ think of Pomegranates? I just had one for the first time today.
favorite dipping sauce?
my vote goes to burger king's zesty sauce
I love working in a kitchen but it seems like weight gain is almost unavoidable. All my coworkers are fat and I'm starting to gain weight too....
Is this normal in kitchen culture?I guess taste testing sauces, noodles and etc. catches up with ya more than I thought. Seems like most of my coworkers eat fast food outside of work because we're all tired of cooking after shift. Srly. Is this a normal occurrence?
Yes, cooking is a shit industry and most people in it are fat because they spend so much time around food that they eat McDonalds whenever they're not working.
But 5% of restaurants have proper hours to make life worth living so that's something.
I think good cooking indicates a good mind.
If you are sick in the mind, you can only make a lousy, or even poisonous soup.
A healthy mind wll make a very delicious soup.