Hello! I was recently in Japan and tried this Ramen that was delicious! But I can't find it stateside anywhere, does anyone know if it's sold online or what it's actual name is?
That actually looks pretty good based on the picture, but I'd try one of the weeb boards if you actually want to find it.
I've gone to tons of Asian grocery stores and don't recognize that, so I'm guessing you'd have to find out the brand and whether or not somebody is importing it.
Which cut of steak is your favorite, and how do you like it cooked?
how the heck do I make my granola chunky?
Hey /ck/, I'm going to start bringing lunch to work and would like some good ideas besides the usual cold cuts or whatever. I go to the gym and am actively looking to put on mass so calorie dense, protein-rich meals are even better. What do you guys take?
pic not related, it just makes me laugh
I've brought cold stir-fry a few times and it was pretty pleasant. I also really like getting individual packets of tuna packed in water (no can opener at work) and put one of those over some lettuce or salad mix with salt and pepper. 17 grams of protein and it's fairly healthy.
Anyone else wear batting gloves when cooking in the kitchen at work? They help a lot and keep me from getting burnt
Greetings from /g/, have some food-related news and PSA:
tl;dr Dole salad/spinach/etc. recall from one of their packaging plants, check your shit and shitcan it if necessary. Product codes start with an A.
"Crust" faggots need not apply.
Rosemary, garlic in olive oil
Rosemary, garlic in butter
Rosemary, garlic, and red pepper in olive oil
Rosemary, garlic, and red pepper in butter.
Trying out different combinations for a cooking contest. 5 ingredient limit including the lamb.
Poor college student that needs to eat here.
I'm stocking up on all the staples like dried beans, rice, and the like. I already know I'm going to get sick of these, so I'd like to learn how to spice my food when I cook.
Which food is less of a meme?
1) Beef brisket
2) Pulled pork sandwich
Never lurked or posted here before, but I'm an amateur home cook, used to work in a restaurant and was gonna become a chef till a bunch of sequential injuries put me out of action.
I'm thinking about creating a YouTube channel where it's focused mainly on cooking for yourself and others on a lower budget. I'm not talking ramen noodles I'm talking steak, stuffed mushrooms, things like that.
Not something to eat every day but if you're having company over you can feed 4 people a steak dinner for under 20$.
I'm thinking of releasing...
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>tiny as fuck hamburger
>$7.60 for 4 hamburgers (equivalent to 1 regular sized hamburger), medium fries and a diet coke
Is White Castle a meme chain or something. I don't get it.
Ever taste something so terrible that you vomited just too relive the horror after finishing it?
How do I get my hands on exotic meats? Things like elephant or giraffe? Additionally, how would you cook them?
you come to my house and ill serve you my elephant/giraffe size meat
Anyone cooking something good during the blizzard? Comfy recipes? Fellow snowed in mid-atlantic anons share!
Americans are fucking pathetic. Snowed in with....muh half meter snow!!!!!