and I didn't read them.
Was wondering why the taffy inside was pretty bland and individually wrapped. Ate 5 or so.
I honestly love gimmicky candy.
Fun dip, zotz to an extent... pez to an extent.
I bought three rutabagas. What the fuck do I do with them?
How many bars do you go to where the staff know you by name, /ck/?
Are popsicles the most underrated treats of all time?
So I made a Shepard's pie pizza /ck/
Do you like it?
two wine bottles in a day
drink too much?
i dont think im not alcohol abuse ^p^
i had a craving for it. i went to the store. i drank like half a gallon. i think i'm going to die. someone give me advice.
Anyone here make chanko nabe aka the soup that sumo wrestlers famously eat to bulk up?
How do you make yours? I've just started making it and have used:
soy sauce, mirin, miso, bullion, and shiitake for the broth.
what are the best noodles for this? I bought some dried udon noodles, but they weren't that good. maybe i need to try another brand?
It just looks like a normal nabe that literally every Japanese person has with their friends and family every fall.
Nobody actually does that unless they are planning to take a picture of it. People do cut the mushrooms because it helps them absorb more of the soup while maintaining their shape.
Every year on my birthday myself and my two brothers go out to a nice steak restaurant for a relatively high-end steak. Anybody else have some type of birthday tradition?
I have been working at Blaze Pizza for a few months. Any opinions on our food quality?
Am I the only one on /ck/ that uses the "dirty underwear" principle with plates? If it doesn't smell and its not sticky, ok to use for next meal without washing. ^.^
Huge time saving tactic.
I don't understand why so many people obsess over Japanese food. Have they not tried the godlike rich flavors and sour-spiciness that infuse Korean cuisine?
Ever since I tried korean food, I havent visited the local Japanese places (except for the occasional Tonkotsu ramen) as often.
You there, if you have never stepped foot into a korean restaurant, do so when you can, especially if you like spicy food. Kimchi Jjigae, a spicy kimchi pork soup, is highly recommended.
Do you like/ever tried nigerian food? no /pol/ memes pls
Molding eggs makes them taste better! :3
I know right! Just look at this cute lion! :3
whats the deal with coconut oil why is it on every recipe i see online? is it better then olive oil in some health way or is it just for the flavour
I guess it's one of hose fad things. Starbucks has coconut milk now, made with single-origin Sumatran coconuts, as an alternative to their soy milk as a lactose-free option.
How's that for buzzwords?