Hey /ck/, been working at an Australian maccas for about a year now.
Mostly have been doing mc'cafe and front area but i've seen shit go down occasionally
ask me shit about where i work
>no questions about names
>no questions about specific location
Supper, /ck/; you?
Velveeta fudge?choco cornbread?Desserts made with non dessert ingridents?Yay or neigh?What have you tried?There are odd ice creams in Queens.
There's a vegan ice cream shop near me that sells BBQ ice cream. The fact that it was vegan stuck out more than the fact that it was BBQ, the texture was too icy but the flavor was pleasant.
I love chocolates made with hot peppers. I eat them frequently.
People say this combination is amazing, but I don't plan on smoking but I'm curious on how this tastes. Is there any way to replicate it?
Is it a meme? Or is it actually nice?
wouldn't it make more sense to juice the cucumbers and add the juice to a glass of water?
this just reminds me of that fad when people were filling their bottles of water with chopped fruit and taking pictures of them
Why do expensive microwaves have dials?
Do people actually prefer this?
it was me /m/!
I was the one who put the dials on the microwaves
IT WAS ME ALL ALONG!!!
Please tell me how to make a velvety carbonara /ck/
Hey everyone, so as a gift I received tickets to his show tonight. I didn't even know this was a thing until i got them. Anyone ever heard of it or been to it? I honestly have no idea what is gonna be happening in it or how long it's gonna be.
/ck/ is shit right now
damn that's some good eating all you need is a slice of raw onion on the side, also here's my southern food
Do these things make good coffee?
Personally I dont enjoy the coffee that I have had from these. Although Im never sure how its supposed to be making a long coffee, if im supposed to make a short coffee and add water. I dont know. Either way, my £40 espresso machine makes much nicer coffee in my opinion
Making some grilled chicken parm tonight for the first time. What seasoning do you guys suggest? My usually grilled chicken blend is salt, pepper, garlic and and little bit of red pepper. I'm not sure how that would work with this dish though, I'm serving it on spaghetti marinara.
The fucks the difference?
Pan fried radish cake, siu mai and savory Chinese fried donut for $2.95. Sriracha for warmth on cold chilly morning.
My friend is having a frying party tomorrow and I want to contribute. Currently the only things getting fried are wings and fries. What would you fry up?
Rate my pork chops /ck/