$10+tax for 2 orders of 2 fish filet, hush puppies, and fries.
One order of 2 fish filet, hush puppies, and fries cost $5.50=tax
today I had an especially disappointing meal at a restaurant. This has inspired me to create this thread on how to avoid bad food at restaurants
> know when things are in season. If it is mid winter and there is corn on the menu. it will not be fresh or it will be absurdly priced.
> learn when the purveyor delivers.
> if at fast food restaurant ask for fries with no salt so they make a batch just for you.
> unless you really like well doen steak...
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be aware that the restaurant is a business and they try to minimize loss. sometimes they will use left overs and incorporate them into other dishes to save money. Soup is notorious for being made with border line rotten foods. the soup is seasoned heavily but, it will still be obvious the skimped on the ingredients.
you cant make silk out of sow`s ear.
Rate my chowder
do you guys trust every restaurant you go to for safe food or do you just take the risk instead of being a true cu/ck/?
Going to prison for 5 years. Need recipes i can make out of ramen.
Alexandros - Best gyro ever. In Toronto, Canada. It's in Greektown. All about homemade tzatziki, fresh onions. Traditional ones have tomatoes, but I don't like them in sandwiches as they water them down.
I am autistic.
Actual meat is used in proper gyros. Fuck shwarma, kebob, whatever processed asshole meat that is. Greek people know food, it is some good stuff.
(bumsex that is not gay they know too)
The only gyro I ever had, and it tasted like shit.
How the fuck do I make ground chicken not taste like cardboard WITHOUT salt?
I've tried onion, I've tried garlic, I've tried pepper, nothing works.
Do I need to marinade this shit for like 24 hours or what? I have so much chicken AND IT TASTES SO FUCKING BLAND.
Which brand is better?
Paneer. Any of my fellow co/ck/s want to share their favorite ways to use this stuff? Doesn't have to be an Indian dish.
Just made some salsa, and it's a little too thin and not enough kick for my liking. What should I add to it?
All I have in it right now is cilantro, garlic powder, some chopped radishes, frozen jalapenos, and some lime juice
A bit early but I made these and they are festive enough to share mid-week.
So today's cook-along is Crinkle cookies.
125g 70% dark chocolate
4 table spoon unsalted butter
1 1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup cocoa powder
2 tea spoon baking powder
1/4 tea spoon salt
2 cups sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/2 cup icing sugar
1. In a bowl, combine the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt. Set aside.
2. In a double boiler, melt the 70% chocolate and butter. Stir to combine.
>no hot sauce thread
>there needs to be the same hot sauce thread, repeated forever, 24/7, with the same walmart shoppers arguing over the same crap
Basically this, theres a few types that work well in different dishes with a few brand variations within those types. The market is flooded right now but you're really not going to get much that much difference. Its either going to be edible and taste like an established brand or its just going to be ridiculously hot to get the "I want to go viral" youtube crowd
I don't know about anyone else, but I don't like water as it has no flavor.
Has anyone tried spicy russian mustard?
just made these cookies