You (eat|drink) ______ instead of ______? How can you call yourself a real (ethnicity)?
>Found a jar of pickles in the fridge
>Last digit of "Best By" date is smeared off
>Don't know when roommate bought them
>It's a huge fridge so it could have gone unnoticed in the few months I started living here or it could be new
What do, /ck/?
>people who 'find' things in the fridge
Just clean it out you disgusting slob
>What do, /ck/?
Smack yourself in the face for asking such a retarded question. They are pickles bro. They will last for years and years and years. That's the fucking point of making pickles--the vinegar preserves them.
What's next? Are you going to ask when the salt goes bad?
what's your go-to order whenever you eat at a vietnamese restaurant. I feel like an uncultured ignorant by always ordering pho and bun cha
Has anyone tried these Andes ice cream sandwichs out? They look good, I just saw them for the first time. I didn't buy one because I was on a beer run. I got the beer but not the ice cream sammach.
It's not "giant size" it's the size of a normal everyday ice cream sammach.
Aren't you eurofags jealous now?
Reading comprehension is clearly not your friend. I'm in the USA and just saw them for the first time. You must be a retard if you somehow got that I'm a Eurotard from what I wrote.
Get some remedial English, it'll help you in later life. Are you a nigger?
ITT: things in cooking you can't ever be bothered to do.
Pic strongly related, while deep frying something sounds fun, I'm not going to spend like a bottle of vegetable oil, where the fuck am I even going to dump it after I'm done.
Once you're done frying, keep it heated and remove all excess food that feel off during the process. Keep it heated for about 5 minutes, pour it into a mason jar, stick it in the fridge until you need it next time.
Where are some dank places to eat in Berlin?
Ever bought food from the dollar store?
What the absolute fuck is this shit
Sup /ck/, can you recommend me some cheeses?
I'm preferential toward bolder flavors, and I'd especially like to start trying cheeses that are acquired tastes. Also, any serving suggestions and pairings would be appreciated.
God bless you, anons.
What is your go to food you bring camping/hiking?
I used to settle for noodles/hot dogs, but last time I went I tried bringing foil wrapped potatoes to cook under the campfire, canned corned beef, eggs in a hard case and some hard tack I made with jam. What have you had success bringing along?
>"KD isn't a memefood!"
>literally says meme right on the package
It's pretty big in Canada. Parents, who try very hard not to raise children properly here, feed KD and other shit to their kids as often as possible.
Work in a grocery store that does $2m+ in sales weekly and KD is consistently a very good seller, and when on sale that shit flies off the shelf.
They brought in Moe's at work!
hope you survive the oncoming layoffs.
keep me posted.
I severely underestimated this ingredient, holy shit.
What are some condiments or general ingredients that you've gotten a renewed or surprising appreciation of?
Do I cook them whole and then clean them or do I clean them beforehand and then cook them ?
And recipe ideas ?
I'm avoiding shrimp for now, I suggest you do the same. inb4 edgy teens saying you can't fix a problem so we should be as violent and amoral as our imaginations allow.
Are your prawns head on like in the picture? If they are, you can use the heads and organs to make some thai dishes. Or remove the heads and shells and make seafood stock out of them.
Either way, I would clean the shrimp first unless you're broiling them. Clean all your shrimp and remove the vein if you so desire. After that, you can make a shitload of great things. Ceviche, shrimp and grits, stir fry, tacos, fried shrimp, scampi, etc. I probably like Scampi or Shrimp and Grits best.
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