Do these things make good coffee?
Personally I dont enjoy the coffee that I have had from these. Although Im never sure how its supposed to be making a long coffee, if im supposed to make a short coffee and add water. I dont know. Either way, my £40 espresso machine makes much nicer coffee in my opinion
I heard that they dont eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in Europe. what do they eat instead?
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help I think I am addicted to potatoes, boiled, fried how ever you cook em' I will eat them.
I tried to trace my ancestry and I'm not Irish so what logical explanation is there other than they are tasty and how do I stop?
you can never stop, OP
you must always eat potatoes now, with every meal or snack, or you will cease to exist
you've been absorbed by the collective
I fucking love brussel sprouts. The texture and flavor is just to good.
How do you guys cook your sprouts? What seasonings do you add?
How do you think it tasted?
Holy shit this is the best thing I have ever seen.
People aren't as interested in our disgusting food as they used to be. What do? We can't fuck with the food any more because we've already got it to the point where it's about as fucked up as possible. How about goofy packaging? Maybe that'll distract the customer from realizing that the same $20 could get them four equally shitty pizzas from Little Caesar's.
Post soups from your country
<-Mexican shrimp soup
1. Your country
2. Are you proud of its cuisine?
Food is good if you don't live in the fucking mountains. I grew up hating my countries food because my mom came from the mountains and food is terrible there. After moving out I discovered the wonderful world of city life.
I know many of your have food aversions, either because you're sheltered, weren't exposed to other cultures, are manchildren (female neckbeards also post here)...so let's start slow.
What vegetables do you find repulsive? I don't want or need a reason or story behind why you don't like them, I want to know which vegetables you find the least delicious.
Parsnip. But probably only because they were pan roasted to hell.
Anybody has a good, simple parsnip recipe I could try?
What are typical foods/snacks in Sport arenas around the world?
I've always wondered this.
I suppose it depends on the venue you're watching sports in where I live (New York) Yankee stadium has garbage food, but Washington Heights is right over the bridge so I can get some good chicken or soul food before/after the game.
At MSG for the Knicks or Rangers game I just get pizza on my way into the arena.
What do you eat while at sporting events? Is alcohol as staggeringly overpriced as it is here? $13-15 per beer is the average cost I pay...
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this thread gets posted on /sp/ pretty often and you will likely have more success there
What's your hangover cure, /ck//?
Any kind of soda, preferably Sprite or ginger ale. I really only drink soda if i'm hungover.
Ramen... sometimes just a bit of the seasoning in hot water as broth. Real soup if i have it on hand.
Breakfast foods... bacon, egg, sausage, prepared any way. Eggs Benedict is perfection, though.
>coming into a restaurant ten minutes before it closes
God fucking dammit as a cook this shit drives me up the fucking wall
/ck/ rage thread I guess
Most of /ck/ has no restaurant experience, let alone cooking experience... Shit, most of /ck/ doesn't even go out to eat anything other than fast food.
All this thread is going to get are childish responses/trolls, same as any other tipping thread.
The first chef I worked for yelled at us when we complained about that. He said if you don't want the job we should quit. He later had a nervous breakdown.
It's really the job of the hostess to tell those people to fuck off. You should be mad at her (I'm assuming it's a woman)
The hostess should be taking orders from the chef, first and foremost.
It's her job to control the flow of tickets into the kitchen before making sure all the servers are getting their tables.
Does /ck/ like "alternative" cuisine, such as oxtail stew, or bone soup?
I do, I like it a lot.