>tfw allergic to all nuts except almonds
> Mama, I'm hungry
Why didn't he keep a few of the most popular items on the menu and also offer a handful of new items like any real restaurant would do?
Personal favorite Pixar movie, legitimately good movie about cuisine.
I recently visited my relatives in London and they had these yummy noodles in the pantry. They were nice to just eat by themselves.
I'm back in the US now and i can't find noodles like these anywhere. I see they're called "egg noodles" but the egg noodles at the grocery store are flat and twirly. Does anyone know where i can find similar egg noodles in the US?
Those are chinese style egg noodles. Do you have an asian market near you? Try looking in the asian section of your grocery store or an asian market if you have one, or try ordering on amazon.
sweet potatoes & coconut oil
Is this stuff really worth the cost for use in Mac and Cheese?
I can only find it for $9 for an 8oz block.
Yes, OP, IMO it is worth it. Even more than in mac and cheese, though, Gruyere is essential for a great (not just good, but great) quiche AND great french onion soup. It's flavor, plus it's melt factor turns dishes like mac and cheese, quiche, french onion soup, and even a grilled cheese up a few notches to greatness. Try and find French gruyere if you can, but swiss is good too. For macaroni and cheese, I like to use a combination of cheeses. I usually do 1/2 gruyere, 1/4 cheddar, and 1/4 italian fontina,...
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I bought some of this stuff because it was on sale, but it doesn't look like the picture when I try making it. I can't get the chocolate to disolve no matter how long I sit there stirring it. is it because I don't have whatever that wooden club is?
Does /ck/ like Alton Brown? I think he's funny and cool. How do you guys feel about Good Eats?
He offers a lot of good explanations. I hate the people that only watch him and blindly follow stupid rules like "no unitaskers" when the whole point is to critically evaluate whatever you bring into the kitchen and avoid obvious junk that you'll never use is and is hard to clean.
>most famous dish
>most underrated dish
How did these get so popular for a few years there? They used to be on all those commercials, and people raved about them. Yet they're demonstrably worse than onion rings, and that sauce they come with fucking blows.
I personally disliked it. Too smokey for my tastes. But it's possible that my opinion was colored by the fact that I drove like 30 minutes to try the onion because the commercials suckered me into it.
For a company that first made gummy bears, these taste like crap
YALL READY FOR THIS
Post the closest thing to a perfect pizza you can find.
Just kidding,this is a serious thread,no shitposting please.
So, given these three limitations:
1 form of noodle
1 processed cheese product
4 other ingredients
The best recipe that a physical man can execute to make a feast for kings!
If anyone ever did this their mouth would be burnt beyond any hope of saving.
Who the fuck just throws pizza rolls into their mouth fresh out of the microwave. That's like grabbing a slice of pizza and right after the waitress drops it on the table.
I did this once when someone else made hot pockets. Just put them down in front of me. I thought they'd be smart enough to tell me HEY I JUST TOOK THEM OUT
one bite in, molten lava melts my mouth and runs down chin. I had red marks for a week and couldn't taste anything forever. Fucking sucked. That punk ass bitch. I threw it back into his face
Confession time.When I eat Pizza Rolls(which is more often than I care to admit),I keep them in the oven until they're literally burned and then put them in the freezer for 20 minutes before eating them.I don't no why I do this.