Has anyone ever used warthers cutlery from Ohio? The prices look good and they use CPM S35V Steel. 102 us dollars for a inch chef's
I looked at their stuff when I was in the market for my first "real knife" like 12 years ago.
I seem to recall they were cheaper, and they were using something else. Might have been D2 or something.
The rustic look doesn't fit with using stainless steel. I think they made a mistake.
Publix, discuss this shopping place
You have to buy food from one of these faggot duos. Which poison do you pick?
get with the times, Amerifats.
yeah, you know why you fat.
What's so great about pubs and bars if I can just get wasted with my friends at home?
what's /ck/'s favorite knife to use in their set?
pic related for me. it makes chopping veggies, meat and even cheese and nuts super easy. if you don't have one you're a pleb.
Who here: Clam juice?
>this man slaps you in the face with a pear and says your cooking sucks
What kind of drink is this /ck/?
Its driving me crazy
It's Zhigulevskoe. Just a cheap Soviet-era beer that's pretty popular today.
Has anyone here had any success making a pizza, without a baking stone, that wasn't terrible?
I've got a bunch of dough left, and I just don't know what to do. It's always undercooked or burnt.
Does /ck/ like trail bologna? Have you even heard of it, or is it just a flyover/midwest thing?
I love slices of it with some cheese on top
Rate my steak sandwich
I made it for work tomorrow but am dying to eat it right now
What's your favorite juice /ck/? What's your least favorite?
I'd say Cranberry is the best, with tomato being my worst
not a fan if bloody mary's? the juice place near mine does watermelon amd strawberry, its definitely my favourite, second would be a nice orange. worst would be all that hippy crap juice that smells like lawn clippings and tastes like piss water
Post your weekend munchies
Anyone in /ck/ about that Lunchables life? What are your favorites and your building techniques?
Not anymore. Those fuckers are like what, $3 a package now? Im never lucky enough to catch them on sale.