'Sup, /ck/. I made some currywurst. What do you think?
Is there anything as comforting as dinner at home with the family?
Slipping into a coma would be more comfortable than dinners at home with my family.
>mum and dad hate eachother, constantly bicker, but won't divorce separate - seemingly just to spite eachother
>eldest sister is cripplingly insecure, will get shouty upset at any perceived insult, which effectively constitutes anything that means she doesn't get her way. She's 26, not 8, by the way.
>Middle sister is irritatingly perfect, but also gets arseblasted at tiny things and is a huge know-it-all. Doesn't get on with eldest sister at all.
>Then there's me, on-off alcoholic NEET and serial irritant.
Going to Sam's Club later today.
What should I get?
It's the season my friends, so my gf wanted to make her own gingerbread house this year. But she goofed and made the walls to big and thin, so the start to fall apart when she tries to attend them up.
So she's starting over. And I told her I would do something with these losses.
I was thinking of making small gingerbread ganach sandwiches. I don't know if a ganach would work but I would like a creamy texture and I don't know what flavors go will with ginger bread.
Any ideas on flavors and recipes?
Also gingerbread general.
Never dealt with ganach. First ideas that pop into my mind are cheesecake crust, and icream sandwiches depending on how hard the gingerbread is. If it's soft enough, just take a biscuit cutter/cup with a sharp edge/cookie cutter and cut out circular pieces. Sandwhich icecream in between.
Could use a pizza cutter and cut out individual cookie sized pieces, and use for dunking in coffee.
Make into a pie crust and make a fruit cream pie.
idk, lots of possibilities desu. I guess I'm gonna have to go google ganach now.
So I have been in college/university and been drinking shit. Fermented and/or distilled feces.
What are your favorite beers, ciders, spirits, and cocktails?
I'm a big whiskey/bourbon/scotch guy so good whiskeys are much appreciated
Who else ~Mc~GANGBANG~ You Cu/ck/s
is anybody here vegetarian? what does your diet consist of
Kielbasa with Macaroni and Cheese
Poached eggs on toast
Big bowl of beef stew with buttered bread
Anything with Sriracha goose brand Xtra hot
Properly made chips(french fries)
Nice (especially not too greasy) crisps(chips)
A medium well or Medium rare steak(no im not white)
A nice piece of meat with really fresh black pepper/msg/kaliumchloride/NCl
So why does everybody hate English food again? I mean; meat pies, pasties, bangers and mash, scotch eggs, chip butties, curry. All that shit is fucking magical. It's fried and butter with meat and potatoes half the time. What is there to hate? Did you all just have jellied eel and judge it all as terrible or something?
>What is there to hate?
>It's fried and butter with meat and potatoes half the time
You answered your question before you asked it.
anglo food is pretty awful. Besides black pudding it's just incredibly bland and is essentially the culmination of centuries of poverty.
I'm having trouble. I finally got a job and I can't stop farting, I'm so embarrassed. They aren't the big loud ones, they are little and quiet but I have to pass gas every 3-4 minutes. The bad part is they apparently really stink. I don't think so but I'm used to it but now my coworkers will walk into a room or down the hallway I was in and comment about a rotting or bad smell. The worst was when my boss walked into the break room and said "whooooooo-eeeee! Boy, did you just SHIT?!?!" I never notice when I'm not working but its made...
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You've got it backwards, bro. There's no magic food you can eat which will stop flatulence. Instead you need to find what you are eating that is causing the flatulence and then stop eating that food.
Post your typical diet.
Dont think you can reduce the gases in your stomach like that, they'll have to come out. The only way to do it is ending the cause.
You might have lactose intolerance and you dont know it yet, that is the most possible scenario.
Alternatively you might want to tell your boss to pay you more so that you can eat something other than beans beans every day.
Also, boiling your brocolli/cabbage more might help.
Making American Goulash tonight for dinner. Pretty standard recipe from the WEB though I ad a can of mushrooms, tomato paste and soy sauce among other things.
Any family secrets you want to share?
inb4: hurr durr that's not food, flyover, etc.
When I was in the Army, chili mac and goulash were heaven sent foods. Out in the sticks for up to 30 days, eating cold rations, conducting infantry operations then rucking 15-25 miles to an area with hot chow. Oh man, goulash was the best. I was a skinny twig back then and I could 3-4 helpings.
I love goulash.
Is it a meme drink?
How the fuck do you into craft beer? I went to a bar with some coworkers that serves all craft beer, like 200 different beers. How the fuck do I decide what I want? I have never heard of any of this shit and I don't want to spend 10 bucks on a giant glass of shit I might take 1 sip of and decide I think its fucking disgusting. Do you really just order at random and hope you find something good?
I just ordered a rum and coke and everyone looked at me like I was a giant faggot
Copy/pasted from the other thread where you deleted your post:
Same way you get into wine, coffee, scotch, etc: you drink a bunch of it and you always seek new experiences.
>I have never heard of any of this shit and I don't want to spend 10 bucks on a giant glass of shit I might take 1 sip of and decide I think its fucking disgusting.
This is what shock top and blue moon are for. People like you. I'm disgusted by this way of thinking, but to each his own.
At first, it will...
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A lot of places like that will offer flights where you can order 4-6 smaller beers and get a feel for what you like. I mean, that will also cost you 10 bucks, but at least you'll have some idea what styles appeal to you.
A brewery/restaurant/bar near me sells beer samplers, so you can try a bunch to see what you like. You could always tell the bartender what kind of beers you already like, and ask for them to suggest something similar.
-Chipotle pepper sauce
-Buffalo style hot sauce
-Green pepper sauce
-Tobasco pepper sauce
I collect these when I travel for work, I will shamelessly grab hadnles out the buffet table baskets whenever I see them
>Also take the hotel soaps every day so I leave with as many as possible
>no hot sauce thread
This shit is like fucking crack to me.