CALLING ALL AMERICANS , I want to try making a "philly cheese steak", what do you guys like on it and are there any big no-nos i should avoid, any particular type of beef i should use etc. would appreciate any advice from people who have had them before
don't listen to stupid faggots telling you food needs to be made an extremely specific way to be "a real ____"
it's chopped/shredded beef + cheese on a sub, make it with not shitty ingredients and it won't matter
What's your Subway order?
Footlong meatball on Italian
No cheese don't toast it
Jalapeño black olives onions green peppers
6 inch Italian
6 inch italian herb and cheese
Oven roasted chicken, pepperjack
Always the same veggies
Spinach, tomato, olive, onion, jalapenos, chipotle mayo
The oven roasted chicken is shit but somehow good with added ranch and bacon. White bread, toasted, shredded cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, and bell pepper. I'd say it's a fairly tasteful combination as far as subway goes.
Another 10/10 from the best
How can anyone deny this? Protip you can't
Where/what was your worst restraunt experience?
eh, nothing too major, but there was one time i went to an Old Chicago and waited 30 minutes and had literally ZERO service. no water or anything, multiple employees walked right past us
or a really shitty, overcooked steak from Applebees with the worlds saddest looking mushrooms. tipped $0.02 because fuck them
>Went to my favorite takeout place
>Order the 5 tenders meals, extra ranch, with a side of french fries and hush puppies
>Get it home
>One of the tendies is half the size of the other
I went back there, threw the ranch at the menu board, and haven't been back since.
>Hungover as christ
>Living in the middle of Seoul at the time, between banpodong and gangnamgu
>Nobody speaks any english whatsoever
>Go into a soup house and pantomime drinking, and then painful head and stomach motions
>Koreans are fucking great at understanding this
>They bring me out some soup, presumably some "hangover cure" bullshit
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Do American really drink beverage at every meal?
Yeah. Americans drink stuff when we sit down to eat stuff. Personally I mostly drink water, when we eat with our families milk is very common, when we go out to eat at restaurants we usually drink beer or other alcoholic beverages or soda. When we eat breakfast we usually drink milk, coffee or juice, especially of oranges, but apple or grape juices are also common.
I made this spaghetti.
Would you eat it, /ck/?
I love Jets Pizza turbo bread
I don't eat chips or ice cream anymore.
It's a food addiction that puts deep cuts in my pockets and I got kinda tired of it.
Doritos used to be my favorite chips and I'd buy maybe 2 bags a day? A sometimes family size and finish it off in one sitting. That's just way too much. I have no self control, obviously. Even now, I crave Doritos, but it's been about 2 years since I've eaten them.
Of course, I have workarounds. Like, I eat kettle chips but not often. And I eat frozen yogurt.
What foods have you permanently cut from your diet?
Anyone on /ck/ have an eating disorder?
I mostly browse /ck/ just for food porn and don't eat much. Anyone else know this feel?
Daily reminder flat crust pizza isn't real pizza.
Do Americans actually do this?
You probably come from a country that eats fish from a tube and gets raped by Muslims. Fuck out of here.
I just ordered one of these and decided to make a thread so that you all could judge me.
Share what you eat at late night.
Eggs and tater tots for late night breakfasty crave
Explain to me now how you're going to eat this food. I am new to eating eggs, only have been eating them for five years, and I would like to know how people eat them in their own way because I only eat them on toast
Well, sunny side up is great if you haven't tried it. On toast I mean. Otherwise I like soft boiled eggs. Just add salt. Suppose you could make some deviled eggs at that point, and people will say you're strange.
Can you think of a worse way to prepare a burger than boiling it?
What is the average tip percentage when going out to eat?
I'm trying to create a system that creates tiers of how much I should tip given varying circumstances.
For instance the scale of the restaurant. Is it fine dining? Is it casual fast dining? Fast food? To-go pick up? Delivery?
I know the starting tip is 20% but what are some other factors that can make or break the tip?
Any of you coo/ck/s can help me?
Does anyone else on /ck/ do this already and can give me some pointers?
Thanks in advance!
That's sad, you realize waiters and waitresses only make $0.05 - $2.50 max right? How are they supposed to feed their families, pay their bills, and survive on that? If nobody tipped at all they would be forced to find a better job or go homeless. It's fucked up how America is the only country addressing this issues.
Is Japanese food really healthy and delicous like Japanese themselves boasted ?
plenty of untrimmed fat, animal fat used for cooking, thick fatty cuts of meat, sugar and sodium
Japanese food never comes out offensively tasteless or shitty, but the flipside is that it is never stunningly delicious. Aside from sushi, I almost never crave any Japanese dish, which is strange.
Name a better drunk food than sausage and peppers.
I need some decent recipes for scrambled eggs; specifically, measurements.
I can make these things, and understand I can add basically anything I want, but no matter how much of anything I DO add, it still tastes completely bland.
Maybe I'm just used to the eggs I used to get from my abuelos. My abuelo raises chickens and I used to get fresh free-range eggs from them all the time. They've stopped producing recently and I had to go back to store-bought.
Anyway, any help is appreciated.
will I get funny looks if I go to a bar and order a vodka martini, shaken not stirred?
I've always wanted to try one...
What do you get from the gas station in the middle of the night? I usually get an ice cream sandwich or some tootsie rolls.
Whatcha eaten tonight /ck/ ?
Serious question to vegans: why do you freakin fake the food of the common populace in vegan versions instead of just eatin your vegs and shit in silence?
Is there a knife guide anywhere? Like what brands are good in certain price ranges, or like a flowchart of "What knife should I buy?"
why do people like him?
After some of these Ramsay threads I watched some Kitchen Nightmares (German, so I've never seen it before).
Where exactly do the 50% spite come from? If anything he's pretty nice. If someone calls himself a cook and wants peoples money, he better delivers. It's no excuse that shit quality food isn't broken/disfunctional, like shit quality products are in most other branches.
If I was a cook and dedicated a good time of my life to that profession and I'd see these """cooks"""...
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He tells it how it is and doesn't care about feelings which makes him the ultimate criticism machine. It's good to have people like him because some people can't improve unless they get proper criticism.
This is what my school severed to us today. The burritos were leftovers.
What is your favorite mustard?
This is mine.
Are there any fast food places that actually consistently deliver burgers like advertised?
That's not a Whopper, it's a Whopper with cheese
How you all holding up bros?
It's not too late, man. Cut back and quit while you fucking can. People have recovered from worse.
I'm almost a week sober, and despite being tired and a bit irritable most of the time, I otherwise feel fucking amazing already compared to the first day. I've been drinking to the point of BO drunk for nearly 7 years.
The body can handle and recover through a lot more than you realize.
>hey, you want anything with your chips?
>yeah, i'll have the picko dee galloh