>literally everyone who eats rice just eats plain white rice like an East Asian peasant
>literally nobody in the West knows about pilaf or even Persian rice and potatoes
Plenty of people know about pilaf and persian rice, dude. I make persian rice (yes, with nice crispy tah deeg) all the time. And Zereshk Polow is one of my all time favorite foods, which I make pretty regularly, and I'm as white as they come. I ALWAYS prefer basmati rice - based dishes. Aged basmati is the elder god tier rice, it's the one rice I'm never without.
Point being, IDK what backwater you live in, but there is multitudes of people in the states that eat that and know those kind of rice...
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Are beer hipsters the worst hipsters?
>If you're not happy with the lowest grade of commercial food you're a hipster.
Do you think someone is a hipster if they choose to go out to a nice restaurant instead of eating pic related at home?
What is your opinion on Gordon Ramsay ?
His UK shows are a lot better. In America, he's just known for yelling at you but he can genuinely be nice. He only gets mad if you majorly fuck up, deny what you did wrong, or violate health code standards. He himself admits that he isn't that great of a chef compared to others, he's just had good business management skills.
And I think he admitted he plays it up for the US audience as well.
Any of you guys lactose intolerant?
I just found out last week and am pretty upset about it considering how much I love cheese.
How do you guys deal with yours?
My girlfriend is. She just buys lactase pills from the drugstore, you take them before you eat dairy and it digests the lactose for you without discomfort. Kind of pricey but worth it since it keeps her from getting sick every time we eat pizza or something.
I've never had one of these.
Are they good?
Rate my dinner/10
>cut open bell pepper
>there is a green swirly thing growing inside
Even if you add and like beans in your chili, you secretly admit to yourself that you're wrong.
Is it cheaper to make your own chicken/beef stock or buy them in those containers? What can you do with the little bits of chicken/beef left over? I'm just trying to maximize efficiency and costs here.
i make mine out of leftover bones and vegetable scraps.. i can it in pint jars
i guess the initial cost of the canner and jars needs to be factored in but at this point it's basically free
>"noodles" (when referring to pasta)
>cheddar-style / cheese flavoured "dairy product"
Why do people do this? What are your food / cooking related gripes, /ck/?
Pic related - actual noodles.
ITT: insanely unfitting meal combinations
how did anyone even get the idea to mix chicken with waffles?
strangely enough you can find most of these abominations in the american cuisine
what eat now /ck/?
start scotch egg
eggs are ready, ramsay-senpai!
>Put a bunch of sliced mushrooms in my ramen
>Go to put the leftover mushrooms in the fridge
>Notice a huge amount of fuzz and mold all over the ones I didn't use
If you don't take it black you aren't a real man
your mom takes black from the back, Jack.