Well, it's Monday. Back to work.
Post your depressing post-holiday breakfasts-at-work.
Here's what I got from the hospital cafeteria.
I just made a meringue. What should a crap cook do with 5 egg yolks? If there's nothing interesting/easy I'll just omelet them.
This is no joke. Let's see what you faggots know how to cook.
I made filet mignon and jalapeño poppers! First time!
>make pizza from scratch, including the dough
>put it in the oven
>cook for 14 mins
>the crust is golden, the cheese is boiling
>the inside is fucking raw
>cook for 5 more minutes
>it's still fucking raw
What am I doing wrong?
Pic unrelated - not my pizza
>People who think they're master chefs and don't measure
>Everything they make is inconsistent as fuck
Does anyone put this in their cola
Can anyone name this food stuff?
The food is great. The issue is, I like raw tortillas that aren't steamed/pressed. How do I communicate that to the truck workers? Their English is poor.
When encountering waitstaff that don't speak English, Asians usually have a number system. Ask /int/ tho I don't speak Espanini
Does anyone have any experience with Becherovka? I am close to buying a bottle of it but no one I've talked to knows how it tastes!
Also, general liqueur/spirits thread! What do you like, and why do you like it?
Anyone tried Chartreuse? How would you describe it?
okay guys, first time cooking a whole chicken. How did I do?
you cant stop me
Hey, I've been asked out on a date and I have a choice between a Lebanese restaurant and a Moroccan restaurant for dinner. Which cuisine is better ? Which one would you choose ? I never had either.
Both are badass. Both had some French colonial influence, while being regional variations on some similar themes. If you like a more Middle Eastern vibe go Lebanese - it's like a mix of Middle Eastern and Greek - tough to miss if grilled meat and salads are your thing. If you prefer spicy meat stews and lamb sausage or really like couscous Moroccan is your jam.
I ever so slightly lean toward Lebanese unless I was in the mood for spicy.
Lebanese by a mile. Morrocan restuarants pretend to be good but it's a flat out lie and their shit is just minced up everything fried, boiled, and seasoned to death with stuff that makes your sweat stink and too much rice
Scotch novice here, what are some good ones you like? How do you take it? What should I try next?
Pic related, first purchase.
What did you think of your first purchase?
I bought a sherried whisky as my first bottle (mostly by guess work) and loved it. I've since tried smoky/peaty whisky and hated it. So I would suggest going careful with what you buy, as they are very different.
I just got a bottle of Dalwhinnie 15 as a present, which is my first bottle on unsherried single malt (ive had blends and bourbons though). Not tried it yet, but a lot of reviews say its good for beginners.
I really liked it, definitely smoother than anything else I've tried, drinking it neat is totally bearable for a novice. Glenfiddich 12 is the only other straight single malt I've tried that I enjoyed, laphroiag and glenlivet 12 was a little much and I had to water them a bit but they weren't too bad.
That's basically all I've tried so far.
Rate my Irish breakfast, lunch and dinner. Old family recipe.