>same great taste
Baked wings are the best.
With honey garlic always apply lure honey and broil to give a crusted top. You guests will love it
Subway's attempt to rebrand themselves away from the child molester Jared Fogel is a joke. Trying to go retro and model their brand as a real restaurant. Haha.
I worked there. The only fresh ingredients are tomatoes, onions and green peppers. The other stuff is canned or packaged in plastic.
Yeah, I had worked at both Subway and BK and was surprised to find out Subway uses bagged lettuce. Even BK would get in fresh heads of lettuce to chop up.
My Subway store was atrocious at thawing things and would constantly use the neighboring foodstall's industrial steamer to "thaw" things and would end up cooking the shitty frozen beef even more. Our store would also freeze bread to use three days later.
It was gross.
Does anybody have any clue what this is all over my roommates skillet? I simmered some salsa, rice, chicken and chicken broth in it, and I have fuck all idea what it is.
So much better than soy sauce.
Who has the best food? And why is it Chicago? Think about it
>chicago style hot dog
>deep dish pizza
>thin crust pizza
No other place in the world has such a variety of food.
The instructions on this say to add 2 lbs. of meat and an 8 oz. can of tomato sauce.
Even if you like to sautee onion, add diced tomatoes or beans, etc. you should try this at least once. Just do it, man. I really wonder how many of you bean guys have ever done this. You might find yourself changing teams.
It was fucking good. Sure, it's just a bowl of meat, but so are some ribs or grilled chicken. Serve it with some cold, sliced tomatoes from the garden and saltine crackers.
I don't think I'll ever add beans or tomatoes to chili again. I'll...
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so eating stale salty crackers is better than beans? does anyone actually eat a bowl of meat sauce with nothing else or everybody who complains about beans eats it with crackers?
>restaurant has burgers on the menu
>offers chips instead of fries
I don't get this. I've been to several places where this is the case. Does offering chips instead of fries elevate them to being more trendy? I understand if you're getting a sandwich, but if I'm buying a burger, I want my fucking fries.
>"Replace chips for french fries for an additional $2"
I saw this at a fucking sports bar
A little bag of chips is practically free to restaurants. Fries require maintaining the oil, a proper hood for ventilation and in some place require the person to be over 18 to operate.
I worked at a restaurant and you had to pay extra for fries, but a bag of chips would come with the burger.
The only time it was justified in my eyes was when the restaurant made their own chips in-house. They were a lot thicker than regular bag chips. But otherwise, yeah. Give me fries instead of weak ass chips.
OP here. Yeah I worked at a fast food place when I was in HS and handling the oil/maintaining the fryer was a pain in the ass.
What I'm talking about are "sit down" restaurants, where the kettle chips are served next to the burgers and not already in a bag. I hope the bag of chips wasn't opened prior to being served?
Then again, chips=1 potato(?) whereas fries require 2?
Help guys, I am somewhat retarded and put a pan on the stove, then left for 5-10 minutes and came back and my pan was completely stuck to the hot stove. i pulled it off but bent the pan and a tiny amount of the bottom came off onto the stovetop....I cant seem to get it off no matter what I do, any advice on this?
I'm not a regular here so apologies if this is a topic that comes up a lot, but I've just bought a gas BBQ and I'm looking for some recommendations on cookbooks and guides for bbq cooking.
I've never really used a BBQ much before so I'm ideally looking for something intended for beginners that hopefully includes stuff about what temperatures to use, grill vs hotplate, how to add wood chips for smoking stuff, etc.
Anyone got any good suggestions?
For starters, get a nice thermometer to place on your grill when cooking. Secondly, start off with burgers and hotdogs, something cheap, to get a feel for any hot or cold spots. Beyond that barbecue isn't particularly complex, it just requires patience and a little attention. Make sure to get an actual meat thermometer too.
What ever happened to this guy? Did he get an actual job and stop his video series? His last video seemed very scripted and fake.
Would you eat this pizza /ck/ ?
What's your favorite kind of olive oil?
>don't know if pic related is any good I just love the bottle design
Will kosher food poison me if I'm not Jewish?