Does expensive food really tastes better than cheap food?
I've somehow never been to a Korean restaurant, and have recently gotten a really strong desire to go to one (US here).
Is there a proper way to order/eat?
Like do you order your own food, or is it more common to order a bunch of dishes for the table? It seems something like bibimbap would be for an individual, but what about a Kimchi Jjigae?
And what's the deal with the side dishes? Are they put out for everyone and you just take a bite of whatever you want, whenever?
Is this an accurate representation of how to eat at a Korean restaurant?
Any favorite dishes everyone needs to try?
Is that video accurate? You mean, people at Korean restaurants engage in weeb tier banter and have kawaii desu~~~~~ chopstick fights over their bowl? No. That is not accurate at all.
Why are korean's so fucking weird? They try so hard to mimic western customs but come off as creepy and fake.
Anyways, the best way to eat at a korean establishment is to find a korean friend to dine with, you'll get infinitely better service.
Does anyone on /ck/ like baking? What are your favorite things to bake?
I like looking for unique recipes. Made a pavlova for gluten-allergy family a few years ago and now have to make it for every function!
btw. Learn how to make your own frosting for cakes. Trust me.
I really enjoy baking bread, but I honestly can't eat much of it on my own, so what I was baking often went bad before I could eat it all.
I really enjoyed making rye breads. I really think rye is underappreciated here in the states, or at the very least, here in Washington state.
Why are people who don't have access to a Whataburger so jealous and intimidated by those who do?
I'm from the east coast. I've had whataburger when I visited San Antonio. I thought it was vastly overrated. Reminded me of burger king.
I also visited California and had In-and-out, that totally lived up to the hype.
Whataburger hype is just another result of Texans' massive egos.
As of this month I am living alone.
What is some cheap and easy to make stuff for a university student who has no experience with cooking? I think I will die soon if I keep eating nothing but those pizzas.
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If you love Biscuits and Gravy you must post ITT
what is your opinion about GNC ?
some people are saying thay are a scam http://therundownlive.com/herbal-supplements-banned-from-gnc-walmart-target-and-walgreens/
>inb4 "make your own, pleb. It's better and much less expensive."
I usually make my own salsa, but it is a bit time consuming, and somewhat messy.
Sometimes I don't feel like going through the effort (long day at work, and just want to relax when I get home)
What's the best salsa that you can pick up at the store? Pic related is my top choice, but that's not saying much since that makes it more of a lesser of evil option.
It takes literally sixty seconds more than opening a jar and dumping its contents into a bowl.
Still, there's this one brand that I do actually like... well, once I strain it, anyway. Jarred salsas are always so watery in comparison to homemade.
Anyway, gimme like ten minutes to remember what the hell the brand is. I only buy it when it's on super sale.
Two mini cheese pizzas, how they look? Crispy taste
My inner artist, sriracha smiles bright and warms up cold day.
What are your most common meals/staples?
Yo, making a bbq argentina style. Asado.
Post your bbqs.
I'm in Japan and I saw these C3PO cup noodles, had to buy them for the novelty factor.
This could be a thread about cup noodles, or Star Wars tie-in foods, depending on what /ck/ wants. What's your favorite instant noodles, and what kind of random crap is getting Star Wars branding where you are?
These were semi-spicy "tan tan style" noodles, btw.
A couple of weeks ago I bought a huge chunk of ramen at a local Asian store.
I can say that these >>7121702 are still among my favourites. There was also this package of rice noodle pho that was really good, though of course not ramen. I also like Top Ramen, because I feel it's the easiest to to add other ingredients to. The yakisoba noodles by Nissin are among my favourites as well.
I have unfortunately not come across any Star Wars related food lately,...
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Hey guys, going to work soon. But I plan on going on a bulking diet and shit. I gotta ask, how the fuck do I make beans. Like I bought a fuckload of rice and beans, I just don't know how to make beans. Is it the same as rice?
Yeah.. soak them at least for 8 hours or so.
If you have a pressure cooker you can cook it afterwards in just about 30~45 minutes. Otherwise you can cook it in a normal pot too just put it in boiling water. It just takes way longer that way- taste it sometimes to see if it's done.
- Buy only fresh beans. If there are a lot of split beans in the bag they are not fresh. Old beans will not take up water and cook properly.
- Soak beans for at least 24 hours, draining and replacing the water as it gets cloudy. Use only cold water, which holds more oxygen and "wakes up" the beans better.
- Boil the beans on high for 10 min, then bring down to a simmer (or place in s crock pot) for a few hours.
- Don't add salt or any acid until the beans are soft.