While I enjoy this immensely I've come to realise how vinegary it is, What's good?
Have this and it's not bad, Also had Tabasco and I find it bland and hot
infogram a shit?
Nachos are originally from Piedras Negras, Mexico. Tortilla chips are not nachos. A few articles claim El Zarape Tortilla Factory was in LA when they created tortilla chips. Maybe it moved to Texas later.
>eggs are vegetarian
Eggs can be considered vegetarian if you're ovo or lacto-ovo vegetarian.
You're thinking of vegans, which do not eat any animal products at all.
Use your brain and think about what you're shitposting before you post it.
What is the point to eating delicious food? The function of food is to nourish the body, not taste good.
what's the point of proper grammar or song? the purpose of language is to get a point across, not to be beautiful.
what's the point of nice cars? the purpose of a car is to go from A to B.
what's the purpose of nice looking clothes? the purpose of clothes is to protect from the elements.
what's the purpose of etc. etc.
stop being a fag and enjoy life, anon. nice things are nice.
Somewhere around the Enlightenment the idea of taste explicitly became associated with not just the actual taste of something, which had always been considered an indicator of whether food was good or bad (nourishing foods generally tasted good, spoiled/poison foods tasted bad), but a general discrimination against bad things while supporting an inclination toward good.
Of course taste has always been subjective, a matter of culture and socioeconomic status. It's entirely for one to have a sense of taste...
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Do eurocucks just have these in their kitchens? What a pain. Doesn't it get wet and aren't you having to constantly change the batteries?
Tonight we makin' some french toast.
Use just the finest bread you can get, I preffer the wonder one.
Is there really any reason to use anything other than pan frying to cook meat? (with the exception of chicken in the oven?)
Sure, different cooking methods for different results.
Pan fried is good, but roasted in the oven is good, braising in the oven is also good. Slow cooking on the stove or in a crock pot is good. Grilling outside is good too. Poaching can be good as well.
so much unrelated wtf in this picture. Blue turkey, spray bottle condiments, popcorn in watermelon.
It's like a dumpster-diver's hobo feast...
I currently have gout and was wondering if anyone else has had such a pleb issue in the past. My real question would be what foods to eat or to avoid. If anyone could help me since there is a considerable amount of conjecture on the net, it would be very much appreciated.
We just had a thread with a fair few people suffering. I'm unemployed enough that I can afford to just hobble around the house chugging water until it goes away. Rambling Man swears by sour cherry juice.
SQUID INK PASTA DOES NOT TASTE LIKE SQUID
IT TASTES LIKE REGULAR PASTA
I HAVE BEEN LIED TO
Why are you, a grown adult, still using condiments on your food?
Not much else to say. This IS an image board after all.
Just need a couple slices of the butternut
Hey, I have all that same shit in my kitchen right now.
Did you break in to steal the internet and are now using it to make a thread about making yourself dinner with my food?
Be right back, gotta go check...
What went wrong?
You dicks don't eat gourmet on a regular basis so don't act like it. This pot roast is more like it and it's tasty.
You're absolutely right, I don't eat "gourmet" on a regular basis. I much prefer comfy, home style meals like pot roast and the like.
I would definitely eat that pot roast, though I would rather have some nice crusty home made bread instead of that shitty store-bought hamburger bun.
Why is lamb the tastiest protein?
Is it okay to just have tea without milk in England? I'm visiting and don't like milk or sugar in my tea, but I want the authentic experience, so I'm wondering if every english person takes it with milk.
Can you order a tea in a cafe or does everyone have it at home and only tourists who want to have tea because they are in England order tea out of the house? Oh I'm going to London, not staying with an english person (of course).