got one of these for Christmas, never cooked anything in it before
you guys got any recipes I should try out?
I decided to give up coffee and drink tea instead. Before I was drinking 8 or 9 grande coffees a week, and it was starting to show on my waste size.
Sup cu/ck/s, my gf is coming over tonight and I thought I'd make her dinner. I'm going to go to the grocery store. What should I make? Keep in mind I'm not that experienced so nothing too difficult.
We're pretty open to everything and like to try new dishes. I was kind of leaning towards some type of pasta dish as I think that would be easier to make. I don't want to do the standard spaghetti with meat sauce though.
One of these just opened near where I work.
Do you call in your order or is it Chinese fast food?
Is it any good?
If I go what should I order?
Which brand is better?
What are the red threads decorating this dish?
>go on OKCupid because lonely af
>start talking to local cutie patootie w/ a bootie
>says he's a foodie that used to work for a food blog
> ask him what his favorite restaurant/food at that restaurant is
>it's a burger at some greasy spoon in his home town
>asks what mine is
> tell him it's the peaches...
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This is funny because I recently started online dating and 1 out of every 15 profiles says they're a foodie. Im pleasantly surprised we have something in common. Food comes into conversation, what are you having for dinner? I ask. "Burger king wapper mmm can't beat that"
And these retards don't ever cook.
here we go.
adter seeing a frozen pizza with toppings thread I decided to make pizza. yesterday I made the dough, standard recipe, additional italian herbs and kurkuma for color (that's why it looks yellow as it is yellow).
today I cooked the sauce:
butter, onions, sage and salt slowly cooked for 30min
added tomatoes, vegetable stock, pepper
simered for 30min
blended everything (only for visual reasons, kids don't like to see onions)
baked rolled out dough from yesterday for min@200C
tomato sauce and toppings according to pic, additionally a cheese I found in the dridge.
fuck frozen pizza. you deserve better and it is not much effort!!!
So you always hear that europe exports their shit olive oil for america. Are there any decent brands left that you can get from the supermarket? Should I be looking at californian oil?
>The more I contemplated food phobias, the more I became convinced that people who habitually avoid certifiably delicious foods are at least as troubled as people who avoid sex, or take no pleasure from it, except that the latter will probably seek psychiatric help, while food phobics rationalize their problem in the name of genetic inheritance, allergy, vegetarianism, matters of taste, nutrition, food safety, obesity, or a sensitive nature
The more I contemplated 4chan posts, the more I became convinced that people who copypasta certifiably retarded thoughts are at least as retarded as people who wrote the originals.
Food allergies = food phobia rationalization? Vegetarianism = food phobia rationalization? Jesus H. Fucking Christ on a pogo stick you're a tool.
Fact vs. fiction co/ck/s
What does /ck/ think of Betty's Kitchen?
No restaurant/fast food place/etc offers a better cost to tastiness or cost to portion ratio than costco
Hello /ck/, I just moved into a new apartment with an unfurnished kitchen.
I've decided to put a sweet induction stovetop in there. I'm wondering:
1. How much power do I want from it? The cheapest tops tend to have ~2 kW, the expensive ones 3 kW+.
2. What are some brand recommendations in Europe? I mean, all of the advice I can find online is very US/North American-centric, despite the fact that euroland is where induction has the biggest presence.
What is best nut and why is it pistachio?