I hate runny yolks in eggs. Am I cancer?
Do you hate them even if you have toast to soak them up? If so, yes. Sorry, you're terminal.
What does /ck/ order from Zaxby's?
kicked chicken sandwich with hot honey mustard on the side
or buffalo ranch chicken salad
Or the grilled chicken extra honey mustard
or barbecue wings and things
I use to eat it veeeery frequently cause it's so dang good and right down the street from work but since the most recent price hikes it's become almost unreasonable
So I'm eating this peppermint blondie, and I cannot for the life of me figure out what this white cream is on top. Any of you have any idea of what it could be?
Also holiday treats thread.
OFFICIAL cooking show power rankings:
1. Diners Drive Ins & Dives
2. Top Chef
3. Good Eats
5. Cutthroat Kitchen
7. Unique Sweets
9001: Anything with Giada
90001: Anything with Bobby Flay
900001: Anything with Anne Burrell
Got pic related for 6 dollaroos, worth it?
How to make nice,meaty, juicy, earthy, perfectly seasoned carnitas
What are you eating for late breakfast, /ck/?
Cheddar and Asiago grilled cheese with tomato and cracked pepper, blackberries, grapefruit, avocado, and some generic salad mix that was pushed to the back of the refrigerator and needed to be eaten, with a little leftover balsamic dressing.
Can you tell the difference between a Pale Ale and a Pale Lager, /ck/?
If you had the choice between an authentic version of a meal, and a tasty version of a meal? Which would you choose?
btw if you choose the first then you are clinically autistic.
Depends. If I just want to eat something then I don't give a crap about how authentic it is or is not. If it's tasty that's all that matters.
On the other hand if I am trying to learn a new type of cooking then I think there's something to be said for understanding the original before branching out and fucking with the recipe.
Sometimes I want tex-mex/Italian-American food, sometimes I want my own bastardized interpretation of them, sometimes I want real Mexican/Italian food. All of them are tasty in different ways and it's disappointing to get one when you're in the mood for another.
10 nuggers for $1.49
what's the catch?
>food constructed in a manner that requires deconstructing before eating
End the meme.
>implying the dramatic presentation doesn't improve the dining experience
>hating oranges and bananas
kill yourself americlap
December 27th is National Fruitcake Day in the U. S., but you can bet your bottom dollar I'll be eating plenty of that delicious cake before then.
How can anybody not love fruitcake?
I get a bowl with brown rice (it's really healthy for you!), black beans, chicken (gotta have my 'tien), fajita vegetables, tomato/hot/corn salsa, and a big heaping pile of 'mole.
Why do Americans get so worried about raw/undercooked food?
Is it a flyover thing?
What did /ck/ have for breakfast?
3 over easy eggs , collard greens and black coffee.