How do you make your scrambled eggs /ck/?
How does /ck/ like their omelettes?
>Country-style or French-style
>Do you like it runny or not
>What do you fill your omelette with
Personally I like a country-style, because I never tried the French-style. I typically fill mine with mushrooms, peppers and onion, and a bit of cheese, mostly goat cheese and I always add salt, pepper and fresh herbs to my egg mixture before cooking.
Imagine if McDonald's folded cheese into their eggs and let it melt. That would be my perfect omelette. Maybe even not technically an omelette at that point. I fucking HATE brown scrambled eggs or omelettes. McDonald's does it right.
Pic related is a pretty decent poorfag meal if you've got a rice cooker and a good non-stick pan.
>nb4 i cook rice in a pot
Do the British and the French eat Cream of Wheat?
>inb4 what about grits
ITT: only the comfiest of the comfy-tier
In the mid 90's McDonalds went all out in trying to make itself a pure dinner destination rather than a quick service restaurant.
McPasta and McPizza were introduced and so were sides like Mashed Potatoes. Obviously it didn't work out, but let's get a thread of failed menu items on fast food restaurants or otherwise
ITT we predict meme foods for 2016 and beyond. I propose meme pizza.
i propose you fuck your faggot ass face with a meat cleaver and thenv go jump off a fucking plane into a ocean and get fucked by a shark you faggot piece of meme spuiting shit go fucking get dipped you shit
What the fuck can you make out of a fish fillet that isn't just baked or fried?
Excluding outliers, like salmon or tuna, which can be made into multitudes of dishes depending on what preparation they are/
Say you have a pond with a bunch of pan fish and a few bass, if you harvested all of that and had it in your freezer, what do you make?
(all I can really think up is fish soup or fish tacos, the latter of which is just the aforementioned bake/fry in a tortilla)
Fish a la sous vide
Place grouper filets in a pan with lemon juice and salt and pepper.
Pour 2 cups of water into a pot and add the onions, garlic, parsley and thyme, potatoes, butter and chile pepper. Bring to a boil and boil about 10 minutes or until the potatoes are almost done (add more water, if necessary).Add the fish with marinade juices, reduce the heat to low and simmer about 10 minutes, or until the fish is just cooked through and starting to flake.
At what age did you first take an interest in food and cooking? How did this interest first occur?
Can we have a recipe thread for us poorfag college students?
Ok I'll pussy something for you. Looks like high class Italian but is the easiest thing ever. Minicotti. Mix one third grated mozzarella one third spinach ( frozen works best ) and one third cottage cheese. Add some Italian seasoning. Cook Minicotti shells to all dente. Please leave if you don't know what that is. Stuff shells with cheese and spinach mix. Cover with any spaghetti sauce and bake. Add done parmesan if your not that poor. Enjoy with wall Mart garlic bread.
What are some good gingerbread recipes, /ck/?
What is the most delicious looking and tasting food you have ever eaten in your entire lifetime?
>no Quiznos in my town so go to subway a lot
>see Quiznos place, decide to try it out
>is infinitely better in appearance and taste
How the fuck is Subway even still open? What the fuck have I been doing with my life? Who am I?
I don't have a microwave but I have a box of microwaveable popcorn. Can I pop these in a pot?
What do you all have as meals and snacks for work? I want something healthy and easy to prepare. I usually get lazy or run out of time for meals, but I'm trying to get in the habit of preparing sandwiches, specifically with turkey and veggies. For snacks I usually bring fruit like an apple or orange. What do you all do? Any suggestions?
Its a lot easier if you can make something the night before, and just grab it out of the fridge.
Nuts and seeds (not with dried fruit) make for a decent snack if you can portion 100-200 calories at a time.
Yogurt and fresh fruit is never a bad idea.
hummus and pita crackers isn't so bad.
small vegetables to crunch on, try not to pack a dip as it usually adds unnecessary calories to your day.
I liked beef jerky, but it often leaves strong breath.
Are you trying to lose weight or just save money by not eating out all the time?