/ck/ please help, I need to cook a whole chicken and I have no idea what I'm doing. Advice on how to cook it?
Do you think there would be anything of value in this book?
>eating ground beef
These things right here.
How do grocery stores make such damn good chicken? So flavorful and moist.
Big ass rotisserie oven.
You can make this at home with a good convection oven.
Does anybody still enjoy a Happy Meal from time to time? I like to pick up a couple now and again, cheeseburger fries and cola
No I don't eat garbage food. This is edible garbage
Interestingly, the Happy Meal is the exact standard order from when McDonalds first opened. A burger, fries and a drink that used to be a whole meal, and a hearty one at that. Now they want kids to think this big meal is a child's portion.
The Happy Meal is the starter kit for obesity.
>not even once
Is rice paper supposed to have a smell? I bought this package of rice paper with the rose on it and it smells kind of odd after being made wet. Should I buy some other brand?
Pls, spring roll newb here.
Yum yum, Crunchwrap Supreme.
Isn't it so good?
What do you think of this pizza, /ck/?
Going to Italy, what are some local dishes I must try that aren't very well known?
Also, what cooking goods should I bring home? I thought of getting some quality balsamic vinegar and olive oil, and delicious cheeses.
>going to italy
you want to tell us what part of italy you're going to , or hwat?
I was reading some reactions to American foods from non-Americans and the most common thing they mentioned was how sweet our bread is. I didn't realize our bread was sweet at all? Is there some sort of misconception or misunderstanding about generic American bread or am I just so used to it I don't taste any sweetness?
you're probably used to it. some bread has over a teaspoon of sugar per slice. after a while of making my own bread, i used storebought bread to make a sandwich and bought a premade sandwich on separate occasions. i was feeling nauseous near the last bites of each because of how much sugar was in the bread. and these were whole wheat breads trying to masquerade as being healthy.
This, you're just used to it. Typical US bread has just enough sugar to give a 'pleasant' mouthfeel, but not enough to register as sweet unless you're used to bread that has less, or paying very close attention.
ITT: Breweries to never buy from
>In Europe the impoverished underclass have to subsist on unenviable diets of processed crap, which is acknowledged by all to be inferior to natural produce
>In America processed crap is a proud part of national culture and is consumed daily by millions of well-off, middle-class families
Please explain this
Multinationals have brainwashed the American public into believing that high quality food is unpatriotic and an attack on our fundamental freedoms as enshrined in the second amendment (the only part of the Constitution we've read)
Hipsters under the control of ISIL have been pretending to like fresh vegetables and meat that isn't from an ammonia-soaked slurry in an effort to appear "sophisticated". Real Americans, in the meantime, are fighting a losing battle to defend against creeping secularism and Big Organic. Nice things are a scam.
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Last beer is almost gone.
>oven preheating to 450°f.
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>who's comin with me man,............who's cooomin with me maaan?
What's a good champagne?
We call it "two-buck-chuck" here because it costs two bucks and will make you chuck.
Chucking is slang for vomitting here.
Sorry, I don't know what a good champagne is so I can't help other than bumping and providing comic relief.