you guys have had Hesburger ?
going there soon, might take some pics to show u
its finnish fast-food joint
Are there some good and cheap food joints by where you live?
>tfw right down the street I can buy a pasta dish and bread rolls, which is actually really filling, for just 3 euro
Cork is a tourism/university town now so anything really. Burgers, curry, tappenyaki, chinese, kebabs, US chains: burger king, McDonald's, Subway etc etc etc.
I liked living I Dublin better, Osha Japanese was the best restaurant in that city. Cheap takeaway.
You're in Berlin, fuck. Great city. You can have anything you want, except peace ans quiet away from burka wearing trashlords and their bearded husbands. Politics aside I like Germany, I don't like what your government is making...
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Made a nut roast for my vegetarian friends and family, was tasty as fuck.
Going to start making some dairy free truffles for my lactose intolerant Mum (takes 4 fucking hours to set)
What did you make or have /veg/?
do these beans actually taste as disgusting as they sound?
Can we take a minute to talk about god-tier parmos/parmo places?
There's nothing better than a nice sausage .
Is using MSG in one's cooking considered cheating?
>the average vegan
>Stop going to McDonalds because they tried to raise prices to be closer to higher end competitors(Sonics, Wendys, etc)
>They realize no one wants to spend real money at Mcdonalds and this won't change
>2 for $2 menu
I got 3 mcdoubles, 2 small fries, and mozzarella sticks for 6 bucks.
This is why people go to Mcdonalds and I'm glad they realized their niche.
Sticks are decent for their price too.
Hey /ck/ its my first time here
Let me get to it
I want to start learning how to cook for my new years resolution.
What are some easy things to cook for a starting person?
allrecipes.com should be a great place to start.
Glad to have you here, anon.
We all usually start with fried eggs cut into quarters and seasoned to perfection.
Someone should have the proper directions, I'll let them inform you.
Why don't you start with what kind of foods you like and what sort of budget you've got.
This way you can get better recommendations for recipes.
For websites I like either:
alright /ck/ lets make a fucking steak
Why is sliced turkey the most popular type of cold cut sandwich meat? I once worked for a deli and half of the sandwiches we sold were oven roasted turkey. I don't dislike them but to be quite honest, are they really that good?
as far as fast food places go how is it
How am I make this type of spaghetti?