noodle seasoning + slice of leek + hot water + a bit of seaweed.
It's making me feel very full, so I suspect it's either fattening or the hot water mess with my mind. It's basically a broth with some vegetables, Which shouldnt be much over 70 kcal. Am I wrong and a fatfag?
(Also, sorry if it's supposed to be /fit/ but as it's a meal , and not really a workout-one I figured this was more fitting.)
So...I went over a friends house last night, said they were making burgers
When I got there they were done, I inspected the burger I was given....it was a burger with avacado, a fried egg, turkey bacon, tomato, their special sauce (it was siracha mixed in mayo) on a pretzel bread bun
I ate it of course, but the whole time I are I kept thinking "I am literally eating a memeburger"
>i discard mushroom stalks
>i discard coriander stems
Why do I give so little of a fuck about dessert foods /ck/? Why are the vast majority of any food cravings I get for salty/savory/meat/dairy with a virtually nonexistent sweet tooth?
Jet's Pizza Turbo Sticks are so good, I get an insane craving for them every day
What do you crave?
Sriracha or Sambal Oelek? Which is better?
Vote here: http://strawpoll.me/6563384
>They don't check each individual chip/crisp when eating a bag of them.
What if you get a burnt one, Anon?
Do you peel your button mushrooms?
I've never heard about not peeling them, my girlfriend says the same about peeling them
>mfw seeing what's in my food
>mfw seeing the prices I have to pay to get food with less of this
My choices are cancer/Alzheimers, or poverty. I need a more lucrative job.
How do I get a job like anthony bourdain?
>travels around the world
>eats delicious shit
He spent his career making it to being a semi decent chef.
(That's a pretty fucking terrible way to live.)
Then he wrote a book about the standard cook/chef experience, which actually did really well, and because he had a unique voice he was given a TV show, and then another, and another...
It's not something you can work towards, he just got really lucky late in his career.
Do you like sloppy joes? I know you likes em sloppayy
Just got my first real cooking knife. (pic related) What knife should I get next?
Also general kitchen knife discussion
I'm 22 and live with my mom.
I have no experience at all cooking, baking, using the stove, oven, mixing food in a bowl, following a recipe, cutting or slicing food, etc.
I only know how to prepare microwaved food, toast, cereal, sandwiches, spreading peanut butter on toast, stuff like that.
My mom makes all my meals. But I want that to change. My only problem is I have a fear of knives, boiling water, stove smoke, getting burned, getting cut, etc.
I really have a fear of fucking up and making something explode or opening the stove, looking inside,...
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>I have no experience at all cooking, baking, using the stove, oven, mixing food in a bowl, following a recipe, cutting or slicing food, etc.
No surprises here, you are American. Just check out all the Fast-Food threads on the catalogue and pick your favourite fast food joint.
None of these things have ever happened to me and I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing when it comes to cooking. Don't be afraid to fail OP, you gotta suck before you get good, and if you're too scared to suck you'll never be better than you are now.
Had my first miracle berry experience the other day. It was a lot of fun but some foods were overwhelmingly sweet. Later i was told that some people are 'supertasters' and that i might be one since the taste was so extreme for me. either way 10/10 would try again. what is your opinion on miracle berries?