Has anyone ever eaten at pic related? I am 100% terrified of fast food seafood??
What is the best item on the BK menu?
>double bbq bacon cheese pork with french fries and a soda pop
do americans seriously ingest this? why? doesn't it hurt?
How do I make good mashed sweet potatoes?
I am a barista at a caffe bene, ama
I hate them.
If sprinkles are on food, I simply won't eat it. There is no "scraping them off" because they're disgusting and render anything they touch inedible.
They're sugar flavored wax dyed with toxic chemical hues.
How could anyone possibly enjoy eating these?
What's your favorite brewing method, /ck/? Pic related is mine.
Ever had this before? Makes a quick meal with some rice and beans.
I want to make crispy pork belly as an appetizer for Christmas.
I made it before and it turned out well but I wanted to see if you guys had any tips.
I cant remember a specific recipe that I used, I think I read some recipes and blended together something.
I put some seasoning blend on the underside and salted the fatty top and
I put it in a 500 degree F oven for 20 minutes then lowered it to three something for some more hours and put some sort of honey based glaze on it?
how does that sound, any tips. not an expert but remembered it turned out pretty good
hey how do i not fuck up pasta Carbonara? i'm cooking it tomorrow for a cutie pie and I don't want to mess shit up
so I need to make something for a Christmas lunch I've been invited to
the catch is that the host can't eat:
she said butter & cheese are okay but that doesn't leave me many options. what the fuck do I do?
I was thinking of just doing some slow-cooked veges in a gluten-free asian sesame sauce because I've got nothing else
What is the superior peanus butter, /ck/?
Orange juice is the best drink around and you cannot prove me wrong. Go ahead, try it.
Carrot juice is the best juice around, except when everyone adds a bunch of overpowering orange juice to it.
Orange juice is pretty good, except that everyone fucks it up by removing all the pulp and turning it into overpriced, acid tang.
What do you like to do with your chicken /ck/?
>pic related, dinner for tonight.
Hey /ck/, recently my sister came from England and while staying there she decided to go vegan. I don't have any prejudice against vegan food but what she made felt like it didn't have much flavor to it. She made what she called 'potato curry' which consists of potatoes, onion, coconut milk , garlic, chick peas and curry powder. Any suggestion on what she could add to the dish besides meat to give it substancial flavor.
Salt, fish sauce or soy sauce, some kind of chili peppers. Also, I'm guessing that the curry powder was just the generic supermarket curry powder. If so, learn how to make your own garam masala and use that instead.
When you're used to a good chunk of the flavor in your meals coming from animal products many vegan dishes will seem lacking in flavor. When I went vegan everything tasted like cardboard for two and a half weeks until my taste adjusted. There's a depth of flavor you get from animal products that's very hard to reproduce without them, which is the biggest reason I'm not full time vegan anymore. No reason to be black and white about it is my view. But not everyone shares that view.
Every time I eat, I make a mess and embarrass myself somehow. How do I eat food around people AND maintain my dignity?
>Every time I eat, I make a mess and embarrass myself somehow. How do I eat food around people AND maintain my dignity?
Never eat like a slob. Never. Not at home, not for any meal. Sit down. Use and hone your skills if you didn't grow up with them, you have precious hours of doing it as remedial work that other people are past it as a habit already.
Sit down, don't take a bite til others start. Unfold, place napkin in lap, dab mouth with corner, replace to lap. Know where your glass goes, keep it where it should be. Don't gulp. Sip. Slow it down. Never put more than half of your fork with food on it, maybe even 25%. Chew before swallowing. Wait to talk til mouth is empty again. Breath between bites. Talk between bites.
What you order can matter when you're wearing a shirt you love, or don't want to embarass yourself. Use fingers are little as possible. So cutting into a breast of chicken might be better for you than a chicken sandwich//burger. Though it's acceptable to dine right, say chicken wings, crab, ribs use fingers, when it's an option not to do that, then don't. Use the knife and fork for the pizza, who gives a shit if you can pick it up too, no need to do that. Think about having your fingers clean so you aren't really required to wipe them or go to a washbasin until it's great timing to do so. If this is work-related, then you order the right thing to eat easily. If this is date-night, you get penne, not linguini. After a while you get practice with the harder dishes, but the easiest thing you can do is slow is down, work in smaller doses. Dab by a rule, like every 3 bites or something until you sense when it needs to happen. This used to happen in "charm school" or cotillions, or if you were lucky, your wealthy grandma curbed your ways. Watch people when you dine out. Face the room. Look at the elderly, they still have the skills.