New to this board. Do people here actualy cook? I can't see any threads on how to actualy make the food posted. Do you have some infografic or some recomendations on how a begine learns to cook?
So, this may look not appetizing, but my favorite pizza is a fucking BLT pizza, especially from Jet's
It looks awful but I shit you not it's great, nice warm mayo underneath the cheese on the crispy crust, salty bacon on top, and then topped with cool lettuce and tomato after it's cooked, it's great
>nice warm mayo
Mods are sleep
I work at Mcalister's, what's /ck/ think of it?
worked there in jackson, mississippi like 7 years ago. the owners came in sometimes and were total dickheads. cold, bossy, impersonal.
also the menu over the cash registers instructed customers not to tip. which was shit because it was a full service restaurant. we brought out their food and got them refills, etc.
so yeah, totally shitty chain to work for.
It's the fact that the store literally instructed customers to NOT TIP. That's a slap in the face to their already underpaid staff. There's no reason to put that on the menu unless youre a sociopath.
Is marinating a meme?
I just put salt and pepper on the steak and cook it rare. It's nice, tender, and beefy.
Well, technically all aspects of culture are memes, a meme basically being a concrete, individual unit of culture.
That said, marinating is a legit technique that is useful for both tenderizing and/or flavoring certain cuts of meat, to impart a unique flavor to them that can harmonize with other aspects of your plate.
My idiot son doesn't like Chinese food
Every time I go get Chinese (it's the closest and only place open after I get out of work) he orders chicken wings like an asshole
He won't touch my buns either
How did I fuck up raising him /ck/
Give me one reason why ramen shouldn't be a part of my diet.
>Full of carbs
>Easy to make and flavorful
Ramen is fine. Especially if you make your own noodles.
Either way, add vegetables, meats/eggs, and other foods you like to a bowl of ramen and it really isn't so bad. Try not to drink too much broth all the time, that salt really will kill ya.
If you're going to eat ramen, get quality ramen from an Asian grocery store and add whatever meats/vegetables you want. instant ramen is bad for you because you're essentially eating wax and salt. however, higher quality instant ramen wont' be as bad, but it still shouldn't be your main diet.
NEGROES, LEND ME YOUR EARS
I wish to woo one of your women. What are some traditional African meals that I can easily prepare in order to entice her? (No gluten please, thank you.)
Why are some people okay with eating rare steak and sushi and how come they don't get sick?
>muh spooky bacteria
The bacteria scare is made up by corporations wanting to sell cleaning supplies to helicopter liberal housewives with nothing better to do than coddle their spineless children.
It's because of hipsters, the same insufferably cool pricks who line up at starbucks with their fashionable new ipods, on which they listen to mp3s and other hipster things. But they probably think it's because of the "superfoods" they eat like the new kale, or those disgusting new avocados.
"and will you be eating that in your car?"
No, who does that? Also why are you asking? I'm completely capable of eating in my car from a take-out bag just as easily as some shit cardboard box. What the fuck is your problem? Let me speak to your fucking manager.
This is what you eat at Burger King
Ask a fast food worker in the US & A anything.
What's the consensus on this?
what's the difference between salted and unsalted butter?
So I just got a kitchenaid. Its missing the dough attachment but I dont know which one to get. Model is KSM95ER. is there any difference between the KSM95 and the KSM95ER? For those that use the mixer, what attachments do you find the most useful
This is the dough I just made. about to run it through my pasta maker and make fettuccine