Prohibition of pizza or prohibition of pork.
Which would you be willing to live with and why?
What kinds of seasonings do you guys put on your fries? I was recently turned on to lemon pepper on fries, but I love parmesan fries, Steak n Shake's Cajun and salt n vinegar fries and fries with a lil salt and a lot of black pepper.
What's your favorite hot sauce, /ck/?
I've been on a hot sauce binge as of late. Have tried the typical ones like Sriracha, Franks, Texas Petes, etc. Havent quite found the one yet
Ever make your own hot sauce?
Dinner al fresco at Sauced on Paseo in Oklahoma City
I'm still trying to decide what kind of pizza to have
I miss living in this neighborhood
Your best burger recept?
My favourite till now:
Spicy bbq sauce
Spare rips meat in bacon from grill
Chester & cheddar cheese
Selfmade bigmac sauce
Fresh salad with tomatos and cucumbers
Using one word replies write a detailed pizza recipe, complete with setup, instructions, and ingredients. I'll start:
Scotfag here. whisky, or "scotch" as my american cousins refer to it, has got ridiculously expensive.
I've decided to branch out into bourbon.
I've tried jack Daniels (i know its not really bourbon) which was pish. smelt like airfix glue and tasted BAAADDDD.
I tried buffalo trace which was pretty decent. I could sip it without mixing it and I enjoyed the flavour.
I'd like to buy a bottle of bourbon tomorrow.
here's what I have access to
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Of the stuff you listed Jack Daniels is easily the worst so any of the above would be a step up.
Of the ones you listed my first choice would be bulliet, 2nd choice would be buffalo trace.
Can you get Pappy Van Winkle at your liquor store? That stuff is amazing.
>Jack Daniels Honey
BREEEE!!! BREEEE!!! BREEE!!!
Flavored novelty "whiskey" drinker detected!
How do you fellow /ck/'ers season your tacos?
My family insists on prepackaged Old El Paso season packs.
What do you all do? I'm hoping for a good spice mix to prove them wrong
I just make it, I don't have a recipe but I can give you ingredients. I use salt, cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and use a pinch of corn starch as a thickener. Sometimes I cook the meat with a small splash of v8 juice, not always. Sometimes I also chop up some cilantro and/or white onion and add it, not always.
Pretty much this.
Though I rarely make ground beef tacos or crunch shells; that's pretty boring. I normally use soft tortillas and grilled skirt steak (fajitas), or tongue/cheek braised in a pressure cooker.
I slow cook a roast in 2-3 cups of salsa. (Depends on size of roast) When it's done I shred it and incorporate the meat and salsa together.
I brown tortillas, spread sour cream on them, add cheese, load them up with the meat mixture, add cilantro. (Guac, onion, extra cheese, taco sauce, whatever) Everyone I've made them for loves them.
What's the deal with that spicy mustard they have at Chinese restaurants?
Is it a real thing or is it a joke they play on the white devils?
If I went looking for some at an Asian market what should I get?
Favorite cheese thread? Ill start with some French Comte Cheese; a personal favorite. Pic related.
I spent a year abroad in Dijon and consumed quite a bit of pic related.
It's not the most versatile, but it's probably my favorite. Also can't get it in the US so I only occasionally have it these days if I smuggle it in from Canada.
I am currently applying for a position at a bakery / cafe. On their application they ask "Describe a favorite meal"
What would /ck/ write?
we know as a matter of scientific fact that the warmer the temperature a food is, the more intense the flavor is. New flavors aren't added, its that already existing flavors become more apparent.
most anything that actually tastes good can be eaten cold, room temperature, or warm and it will still taste somewhere between its fucking nothing - pretty great.
chilling things masks flavor and warming accentuates it, we know this
now consider beer, and the fact that even seasoned beer drinkers wont touch the stuff if it even approaches close to room temperature....
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I wanna eat more fish, but I don't know many dishes to make. Give me some good fish, nothing too complicated.
Beer battered fish.
One can of beer + one cup of flour + one egg + seasoning. Stir mix until batter is formed.
Dip fish in batter and fry.
Have you tried this traditional japanese food "nagisoba?" Im having it for a supper tonight. Very excited.
I prefer the japanese food "hambagu"
I like em just like mom used to make
Oi fu/ck/ers, how did i do?
Can we talk about home bars?
What booze do you recommend for a small home bar and which is worth saving money on and which is worth paying extra for?
Equipment that is essential?
I like White Russians so Kahlua and vodka are an essential for me
Choose mixing quality boozes for all of the following - not premium, not hobo shelf:
Vodka, scotch, bourbon, rye, light and dark rum, cognac, brandy, tequila, pernod, fernet branca, jägermeister, cointreau, gin, sweet and dry vermouth, and a plethora of liqueurs for mixing, such as kahlua or creme de cafe for your white russian, pisang ambon, creme de menthe, and so on.
Essential spirits: Bourbon, Scotch, Gin, white and dark rums, vermouth, tequila, vodka, triple sec or Gran Marnier
Others: simple syrup, lemons, limes, oranges, bitters, grenadine, ice, maraschino cherries, milk/cream, tonic water, carbonated water, other mixers (cola, lemon-lime soda, etc.)
Equipment: shaker, strainer, spoon, jigger, knife for cutting garnishes, perhaps a juicer (though I just use a fork)
>>worth paying extra for
IMHO that comes down to personal preference
How do you butcher your chicken?
> remove wish bone
> remove wings
> remove dark quarters
> remove breasts
> remove tenders
Freeze or toss carcass
>roast it whole
>tear the meat off with my bare hands and save it for soup
>tear the rest of the carcass up with my bare hands and turn it into stock
Chicken is pretty much shit tier for eating, that's what real meat is for. But for soup it's good.
I'm trying to make avant garde food
Would it taste good if I garnished dried blueberries and raw almonds and added honey mustard to this
Subway is good enough, but something was always off-putting about it. I FINALLY FIGURED IT OUT. EVERYTHING TASTES SLIGHTLY OF SOAP WHY DOES EVERYTHING TASTE OF SOAP
I work at subway, and we regularly clean our processed food items with soap before we serve them so that no one gets infected. It's really hard to scrub that bread and not make it soggy.
I always figured the reason subway tasted slightly off was because all of their sliced meat is really turkey trimmings processed to hell and stamped into something resembling other creatures.
When your ingredient names directly contradict themselves, there is a problem.
What's /ck/'s opinion on Boston Market?
I had them last night for the first time in a while. Basic turkey sandwich with some mac and cheese. It was good enough, I guess, but a bit pricey and also I felt a bit sad eating it for some reason.
Eh, I spend all my Thanksgivings alone so I'm glad they're there as an option at least. Except for those Thanksgivings when the "appropriate" food just makes me depressed and I feel like getting a pizza or something.
do you all keep a food lg? Got this magnet and stuck it on the fridge, keeps us mixing up the types of meals we eat
wtf i would understand having one if you actually cooked your meals every day but you dont need a fucking log to tell you when to get a big mac or order pizza
this is what autism looks like
So /ck/ I've got here before me a 12 lb. jar of some (raw) honey. Now I eat REAL raw honey every single day without fail and have been doing so for years. I noticed something though...This fucking honey I got last week is disgusting, won't crystallize, is extremely thick, and when I go to lick the honey off the spoon my tongue slides right over the honey like glass.
So as you can imagine I'm pissed and want to out this honey producer publicly but before I do so I want to get /ck/'s honey pro opinion.
What would you do, have you ever bought fake honey before(on accident), fake honey stories, bee pollen, bee products, and raw honey stories and foods that pair well with honey thread.
> I get about 500 to 1000 calories from pure raw honey everyday by drinking it. I don't often find a food I won't put honey in. At least a table spoon in 90% of what I eat.
Not OP. This urban farming thing is really taking off in my community and the city relaxed regulations on beekeeping. What makes it worthwhile for you? Do you keep bees as a hobby or as a part of your profession?
Anyone here experienced with "bum wine"? Stories? Recommendations? I'm a Night Train man myself but the bitches love that MD 20/20
It's the least offensive bum wine and the right kind of women will gladly drink it. It's actually a meme since it usually costs the most and has lower alcohol content, but like I said you can get women to drink it and its cheap so why not splurge.
>how good is it?
bad question. You need to ask how bad it is and the answer is that it isn't good but you can do far worse.
Is this the perfect meal? It's got meat, cheese, bread, and veg so that's like all the food groups. So, how exactly are burgers and fries not healthy?
Jesus Christ how horrifying.
Post some nightmare fuel food pictures.
Why would it matter if fly got on it before you cooked/ate it? It's not like they are going to chest burster you after it's cooked and eaten.
I would prefer no fly but I don't think that's a nightmare.
>Refuses to eat anything with Tomato or Yogurt
I wanna beat the shit out of this guy every time I dine with him
>doesn't eat any local cuisine or delicacies
truly a cuck of the highest order
i went on a date with a girl who says she doesn't eat meat, i wanted to leave on the spot
Congratulations To Maangchi for finally getting 1mil subs! If your knew to cooking, or want to add some korean food to your repertoire, then you definitely should check her channel out. It's like having your own Korean grandma. Also good channel if you have a fetish for chubby middle aged , Asian women.
Shilling a bunch of ching chongs makes a nice change from McDonalds.
No it's hiding my growing bald spot. I like when Asian women go bald, kinda hot.
Rate my dinner /ck/