Step it up
>not eating dried, half-digested turns and broccoli for protein
Are ancient grains a meme?
I don't venture on this board too often, but I figure you can help me with this.
This used to be butter. I've never seen milky butter before either. Girlfriend microwaved a bowl of butter and let it sit on the counter and now it looks like this.
Question is, can I use it to make cookies? Or will I die of butter-related aids
Morally, I'd throw that disgusting concoction of vile putrid ass into the bin right away
Honestly, I think it'd be fine in cookies as long as you stirred it all up or something
By butter related aids, I mean will it make the cookies taste like shit?
It's just some Betty crocker cookie mix where you just add butter and an egg anyways so its not like its gourmet or anything
Wow I have never seen that before. Usually when butter is melted and then cooled the fat solids go to the top and milk solids go to the bottom. Never have I seen milk just appear like that.
They're ok. Barely any jalapeño tho.
What do you do for lunch when you're feeling lazy, and have a few containers of leftovers here and there in the fridge?
Do you just heat it all up together on a plate, or try to turn it into something new?
I've been on a burrito/wrap bender recently, so I used the last bit of leftover baked tilapia and brown rice to make a wrap with baby spinach, Parmesan, and Caesar dressing, with some fresh cracked pepper. It was honestly better than the original dinner.
Because you can buy frozen tilapia fillets cheaper than canned tuna?
Hey /ck/ I need a good recipe for a pizza crust . got any favorites ?
who here /mexican/?
Pan fry some marinated skirt steaks from the carniceria. I made some pico de gallo and bouggt some salsa roja from the same place to make these bad boys.
I'll eat my very first mc donalds breakfast tomorrow.
what should I try?
I kind want to try my luck with pic. related.
>walk into bk today for a horrible snack
>glance over at icee machine
>what's that green shit?
>WHAT THE FUCK?
yup, this is a thing
>it was actually quite good
Is molecular gastronomy the worst cooking fad that has ever existed?
How does /ck/ feel about MREs?
>if your boyfriend hasn't fought in a pointless war for Israel, he's not a real man
Never had one, but i've always wanted to try one, just out of curiosity
Theres this guy named Ashens on youtube that tries out different mres from different countries. Its pretty neat seeing all the different foods stuffed into those little boxes
The first one I had was in the Army back in 1988. The last one I had was in the Army in 2003.
I'm glad I haven't had one in 13 years.
>they already have a replacement for the dog
>they know it will die soon (if it's not already dead)
post your feels when
I'm not saying Francis isn't at death's doggy door, but I think you're misinterpreting the video.
That's Francis in the picture. The voice over is supposed to be Chef's daughter, off-screen somewhere, not the voice of the dog. Chef is the lady, who is also at death's door. Her daughter is probably a human.
Rough day. Rough week. Destressing with an old, if unsophisticated, favorite.
What fills your bellies tonight?
Aaaaand another old favorite.
I'm gonna start making myself a poutine after my shower, looking forward to it.
For my non-Canadian friends, or people who just don't know it, a poutine is fries topped with meat, cheese, access gravy. It's fucking delicious