How do you make the perfect Lemonade, anybody know!
Show us your kitchen, /ck/!
Hi /ck/. In an attempt to make my food healthier I got a big pack of baby spinach and have been pureeing it into a juice and adding it to everything I make. I make a lot of soups for example, so I try to hide it in there because it's bitter and I do a pretty good job.
I do like some vegetables like bell peppers and cucumbers so it's not like I eat like a complete garbage can, but today for example I made chicken and sausage sauce piquante and I didn't know how to incorporate something in that wouldn't taste like shit so I just went the juiced spinach route.
Is this a good idea? Any other ideas of how to hide vegetables to my food to make it healthier? Any recipes?
>inb4 you are literally a baby
>order burger and fries combo
>fries and drink are already gone when I get home to eat burger
>I will never enjoy a full combo experience
Does anyone else share my delima? I may start ordering two combos so I'll have fries and drink when I get home but I don't know what to do with the extra burger
I order like 4 combos at a time. As long as I get different sodas for each one no one will know I'm eating them all.
>live next to lake erie
>lake perch is $16.99 a pound
>ocean perch is $6.99 a pound
explain this shit /ck/
Ocean perch are not truly perch. They're a species of bass IIRC, and the big price difference is a result of that and the fact that mass-fishing in a lake setting is more difficult than on the ocean.
Also lake perch taste a lot nicer.
How does one properly toast a sandwich? I tried the other day on the stove, as I've seen others do, put it on medium heat...had a roll, both sides on the skillet one side with condiments the other with meat and cheese
The rolls got nice and toasty, but everything else just got slightly warm, no meltyness as I see other people get.....so how do you do it the right way?
You put the bread under the broiler (low, not high unless you're constantly watching it) to toast the bread. I like to slice it in half first and face the inside upwards. Also you can add cheese first.
Heat the meat and other shit in a skillet or something until it's as hot as you want it, then use tongs to transfer the food to the toasted bread?
I was thinking maybe the problem was I put meat and cheese on the same side, maybe if I put the meat on one and cheese on the other alone
Am I the only one that prefers domino's over pizza hut? granted that domino's pan pizza is the only think worth getting - It is the shit compared to anything on pizza hut's menu.
This is strict a pizza chain restaurant thread, fags. I know there's superior stuff out there.
WHY DID YOU HAVE TO CLOSE
PIZZA HUT SCHEVENINGEN!
>Everyone getting absorbed into the huy fag meme sauce
>Everyoone missing the Goose brand superior sauce
>mfw(its a sad face btw)
I've been using shark brand for the past couple years.
People who've only had cock sauce wouldn't even know it was sriracha without looking at the bottle.
Only real complaint is that it doesn't have that same nice and thick consistency.
Am I the only one that doesn't (really) like sriracha? Never understood the craze. Something about the flavor is just... off to me. I rather enjoy hot sauces and spicy foods in general, but there's some element of the flavor in sriracha that gets repetitive quickly for me. In my poorer years in college though, I will admit that sriracha paired nicely with ramen noodles, a small portion of the chicken seasoning, and some clarified butter for a nig-rigged sauce.
Food you enjoy plain
Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but can somebody tell me whether Neotame is bad for you and source the clame to something reasonable?
The internet appears to be full of a massive circlejerk anti-neotame bandwagon quoting the same nonsensical article the science of which can be debunked with basic high school chemistry, but I dont want to trust this fucker without proof just because people warring against it are wrong.
Is Spanish the most underrated cuisine?
>god tier cheeses
>great cured meats
>one of the first countries to have access to foreign spices
Meals That Make For GOD-TIER Leftovers
Here's my list.
> Butter Chicken.
> Sheppherd's pie.
> Spicey meat-based soups, generally.
Feel free to add any that you like.
Why is Wild Turkey 101 so gross? Yeah it's stronger than ordinary whiskey but that shit tastes like medicine.
What are some good whiskeys that aren't too expensive?
I don't really mind what type of whiskey. I usually drink vodka anyway. I just hate shelling out a little more money to try some whiskey only to have it not be very good. I was wondering if there was any under the radar whiskeys that are good for the price
And yeah Jim Beam is alright for the price.
Thanks for posting
It's actually pretty good, but if you want a solid bourbon for a decent price try buffalo trace. I use to legitimately recommend old crow reserve, but I don't think it's being made anymore. At least it's not distributed currently
puppy monkey baby
>podcast on YouTube at work
>every 10 fucking minutes
I welcome death.
how based is liver?