What went wrong? Why is their business flopping?
Friday once again and no real beer general!
Found anything new, drinking anything you always enjoy, or just crushing them?
Started my evening off with this one, nice enough west coast dipa, some onion tones i could be without though!
Followed it up with the first small pour from the latest homebrew, two days on the keg so the carbonation is still not right, but man it is good and really bright already!
First rum barreled beer for me, bit heavy on the booze notes for my liking though!
What can we do about this, /ck/?
> be me
> go to McDonald's by myself and order $30 worth of food
> insist it's too go and I'm taking it to my friends
> go sit with food in the dark back corner of the restaurant
> half way through gorging myself, the cashier who took my order walls by and sees me
> there is deep pity in her eyes
evidence continues to build against the cu/ck/
First night sober in a 13 days. I'm really glad I didn't drink, and I hope I can hold on to it for a while. I rarely last long.
So /ck/ how do you know when you're an alcoholic?
I drink 2-3 beers every night after work and I don't think much of it. I can go without them but it's part of my after-work ritual.
Am I an alcoholic?
Post OC, Food porn, cringe food, good, bad, ugly, take out, home cooked, new, old, etc. Just post your OC, if it isn't painfully obvious try to give a small description.
OP has well over 1000 pics so will be bumping periodically.
pic is a burger with melted jack and cheddar, bacon, grilled poblano, avocado onion and mustard, with baked mac and chz, and me and my buddy killed that jug of hobo swill
cheese steak with grilled poblano and onion and provolone with some spicy guac and chips
ITT: times you talked to the manager
Post the worst videos you have
Starting with the Knorr® stockpot salesman:
>expecting Americans not to butcher foreign cuisine as a matter of course
What is the worst national cuisine in the world?
I've been on a mission recently to find the perfect carbonara recipe. It seems every chef does it differently and it's hard to find two recipes that agree.
How do you do it /ck/?
Do you use whole eggs or just the yolk? Cream or no cream? Regular bacon or smoked? What kind of pasta do you use? What kind of cheese? Do you add anything else like peas, mushrooms, etc. or do you like to keep it simple?
Is there an objectively superior method?
I should say that I'm not that interested in what anyone thinks is 'authentic' carbonara...
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Can we get a cute/elegant food a thread going? Just things that look fucking pretty in adorable serving sizes. Haven't seen one in a while
Rate this ck/? Bacon wrapped unagi
Why are vegans so retarded?