>"White people food is disgusting"
What do the non-whites mean by this?
Do they really prefer KFC over michelin star restaurants food or is it only memeing?
Nah seriously what is this shit it doesn't even look like food at all
I had a bottle of Kraken and it burned and taste of alcohol. Drinking enough of it in one sitting (I rarely drink) eventually left me with less alcohol taste and more sweetness.
I had a bottle of Captain Morgan Cannon Blast and it was deliciously sweet on the first shot, hardly an alcohol taste to note.
There any other alcohol, not just spiced rum, that's delicious, hardly an alcohol taste, but will still fuck me up?
How difficult would it be to recreate a burger from any major fast food chain at home, using basic ingredients you could find in the grocery store?
I'm not talking about making GOOD burgers necessarily, but rather SIMILAR ones. The emphasis is on copying the fast food burger's taste and texture as closely as possible.
So what I'm reading is, trying to make your food as passable and shitty as possible? Intentionally trying to make low quality stuff relatively difficult. You'd probably need the exact stuff too
It's not necessarily shitty to be quite honest. The fast food chains have those incredibly soft fluffy buns that collapse on their own and feel good in one's mouth. Grocery store buns are much tougher in consistency in comparison. Homemade buns would have an even harder crust still.
That's to say nothing of those delicious mystery sauces and seasonings they put inside.
Poast food that isn't food.
I haven't had spam since I was a kid, my grandparents loved cooking with the stuff. Realized just how much sodium was in that shit as I got older and haven't touched it since. A quarter can of spam is more or less your entire day's recommended salt intake. Guess that can be said for the majority of all fast food too, though.
Used to eat stuff like this when I was a child, we were refugees and poor.
I figure this would belong here rather than /lit/ because I don't think many people there would have read it, but is it worth the read?
Also, I suppose you can discuss Bourdain and whatever else to keep this food related.
It's 100% worth the read if you're in the industry or interested in the industry. Not because it's cool, or because the example set is something to aspire to, but because the contents are something you should be ready to expect at some point down the line.
yes, its a fun read. lots of good general information as well as interesting tidbits about the service industry. bourdain's a fun writer even if he comes off as pompous as fuck.
i ended up buying his les halles cookbook after and its an excellent beginner guide to cooking and complements the introductory stuff he mentions in confidential. never cooked mussels before that book and now make my broth and sauces that are way tastier than the store bought shit. the two books pair really well together.
Finnish school food pics thread friday edition!
Today we had very good lemonfillet-o-fish and mashed potatoes.
This week was above average school food week! 4/5
It was pretty dry and the dressing is shit so i rate 3/5 max
Why do they charge sit down restaurant prices when they offer fast food quality?
Why does the rest of the world keep sucking this company's dick?
Because it's... convenient placed in high-traffic areas and people are creatures of habit, I guess? I honestly don't know how they are still opening drive-thru stores. It's overpriced, it takes forever unless you order one of their disgusting drips that have been sitting for hours, it's usually crowded and has all the atmosphere of an airport coffee shop.
The one thing I can say is that the quality of the coffee is dramatically better everywhere else in the world outside the US and Canada.
How is it actually possible for anything natural to taste as good as Medjool dates?
If you don't know dates, skip the deglet noor dates etc, and get some Medjool dates. You'll know if you're buying Medjool dates, they're the huge fat ones. They taste like caramel and chocolate in the form of a soft chewy candy.
fucking unbelievable man. jesus. i'm eating medjool dates right now.
man get the fuck out of here with that bullshit. fuck you and your figs. weird tasting shit. i concede that fig newtons are good but dates don't need a cookie to be dank as fuck.
this is a dates thread, don't bring that shit around here
let's not argue friends
figs and dates are both delicious in the eyes of the Lord
pic related the seven species of the land of Israel
Protip: soften chopped dates with hot water, puree with red wine vinegar, a bit of olive oil, and salt, and put it on a burger with something tangy like goat cheese
thank me later
I recently got married and would like to start cooking meals for me and my husband. Problem is - I don't know how to cook. I've attempted recipes before but something always goes wrong - it either doesn't taste good, or gets burned, or the timing is off...etc. If you have any cheap, easy, healthy, and most importantly - foolproof recipes, can you please share them? Also, do you have any cooking tips for beginners? Thanks!
>me and my husband
Why did your Husband marry someone who can't into grammar?
On a more serious note: Casseroles. You really can't fuck these up beyond, maybe, incorrectly doing the flour (you could leave it out if extremly worried). If you're in the UK or another country which has them finding a good butcher will help but otherwise make sure to go for a fattier cut of meat.
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Is it safe to eat here yet?
Wait in line for 10 minutes, get up to the first worker, and ask "do you guys wash your hands?"
the answer, whether it's true or not, will be "yes"
so then call him (or her) "liar"
I don't knwo what to do next
It'll never be safe again.
But don't worry, your good ol' cousin Panera is alive and well.
Why don't more stores do this?
What am I missing?
>Identical nutritional information
What was the last meal you cooked, /ck/?
Rate other Anons in your post, if you wish.
Pic related is mine:
>Walnut, cracker, salt, black pepper and lemon extract seared Yellow Fin Tuna, cooked to Rare
>Spinach salad with julienne vegetables, crushed nuts, and avacodo oil