What do you like to add to basic foods?
When it comes to Ramen Noodles and canned Chilli, I like to melt cheese in it
Finnish school food pics thread monday edition!
We had tasty tuna strew, nam!
Lol, i was there and even i dont know what the fuck is tuna _strew_. It could be tunacasserole tho
Food was shit anyway
Its free tho
What foods do you eat primarily for their medicinal benefits? For me, its curry. It has to have turmeric for depression and inflammation, cayenne pepper for its muscle relaxation, and black pepper for synergy. What about you, /ck/?
if i have a bad cold, literally anything that's really fucking spicy. the heat gives me about 20 minutes where i don't feel like i have a cold at all. really hot curries are great for it.
I found some pork from 2009 while defrosting the freezer. It smells and look pretty normal, but should I assume it's safe on that basis? Would you eat it? Most storage recommendations talk about months, so this is unexplored territory for me.
>putting cold ketchup on warm food
i dont eat ketchup at all because its fucking gross, but if i did i wouldnt be so retarded
Which one and why?
I've been meaning to go vegan for a while now, but this is the little nudge I needed. In honour of the late Mr. Bowie, noted animal lover, I am going vegan.
So what are some good vegan recipes to get started?
anyone have some good meat recipes?
I can't digest veggies right or something, whenever I eat them I am constantly going to the shitter.
I'm cravin some protein somethin fierce
I slow cooked some chicken halves in a trash can grill. I just put some oil on them and used a cajun rub on one half and greek rub on the other half. Cooked with indirect heat for about 2 hours until 155 degrees and took them off and wraped in foil for a bit. They were pretty good. It's not a recipe really but it's easy and good. I made salt potatoes to go with it and fresh green beans. Don't mind the shitty rental home in the background of the photo.
How come we never see haute cuisine (made or bought) on /ck/?
I add caesar dressing to almost everything as a sauce. burgers, chicken, steaks, french fries, salads, hashbrowsn, pizza, sandwiches, tamales, hot dogs, potato chips, baked potatoes, white rice. a heavy dose of caesar can make bad food good, and good food the best.
Secret shameful guilty pleasures.
At once? What kind? My annual donut count is probably <12, but there's a donut shop in Carolina Beach NC that makes the most astounding glazed cake donuts. Thankfully I don't live there, because I could eat them until I vomit, and then repeat.
They taste terrible to me both toasted and untoasted.
Am I doing something wrong, or are Pop-Tarts just terrible?
I was in a hurry and trying to buy cilantro and I accidently got a 6 bunches of flat leaf parsley. I'm fucking pissed, theres no way I'm using it for how I intended to used the cilantro. What can I even do with this bullshit? I've never bought it. FUCK
I was in such a hurry I saw it ring up as parsley and asked the cashier about it, she said it was parsley and if I wanted I could go exchange it for cilantro. I said no and since the parsely was only 65 cents a bundle I said just leave it on my tab. I'm stuck with it.
What's in your dry rub, /ck/?
Ok /ck/, I need your help. I went hunting and got 3 Chucker/ Partridges, and a pheasant. What should I make from them?