>Honey, come downstairs! I made dinner!
>people actually dislike the godly cucumber
R8 this snack
You know thay Pretzel Cheese Dippers come in packs of 6 for $1.00 right..?
UK here. Soon off to university (or college) and definitely going self-catered.
Apart from the basics like instant noodles, what would you say are some cheap, reliable, easy dishes to make not just for myself but for friends in my accommodation?
Preferably vegetarian dishes. I plan to eat meat in uni but vege dishes are still priority.
pic semi related, fish and chips has always been good to me.
You'll have more money then you think for food, just rotate some basic stuff and you'll be fine.
Pizza and pasta obviously.
Spaghetti bolognese and chilli con carne are quick and easy.
Frozen burgers, birds eye chicken breast things etc. with chips.
Let's do it again, ask a REAL Chef anything
I will /trv/ through London, and will spend almost 5 hour in Heathrow airport, at lunchtime. Is there any suggested places, where I should eat, or there are just the generic, overpriced "2 slice bread, one slice bologna" sandwiches for 10billion shekels?
for example, in Budapest, you can buy french macaron, shipped every week, straight from Paris.
Terminal 5 has some overpriced Ramsay shit.
I have these ingredients, plus sticks of margarine
What can I make?
>theyre actually fries
>order beefwellington ensemble with milk protein on top
>waiter serves me a cheeseburger
>buy an onion
>it's rotten inside
how do I identify bad onions at the store? I try to get ones that don't feel soft or squishy, but it doesn't seem to be working.
im in the mood for chicken parmesean tonight. whats the best way to make it?
>there are adults who drink beverages other than water and alcohol
>There are Communists who drink beverages other than distilled water, or rainwater, and only pure-grain alcohol
Can we get a roomie thread going on? I love reading them.
>be me last week
>roomie and I take turns in dishes every week
>it's his turn to do dishes
>tells me he'll start using only one or two plates per week and asks me to do the same
>say I'll try my best
>he surprisingly dishes his plate and glass every day despite being the laziest bum I've ever known
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>leaving your dirty dishes in the sink to fester for a whole goddamn week before cleaning them
What the fuck. I'm a neckbeard and even I think that's fucked. What's wrong with you m8?
Beef is better than ostrich
I always feel slight pangs of guilt eating other mammals. Like, an ostrich or fish might as well be a vegetable, but pigs and cows always kind of seem like second cousins. I would definitely not eat a second cousin.
>order a drink anyway
Why would anyone do this? The soup is technically already a drink. You don't need another one.
Now this is what a taco is supposed to look like.