I leave for Hong Kong in 2 weeks for a short holiday and I have some questions
>Does Yat Lok and Tim Ho Wan live up to the hype?
>Where is the best claypot rice?
>Are there any western restaurants worth going out of my way to visit?
Any general recommendations also welcome
Nobody on /ck/ has a passport you dumb weeb
Why can't we talk about normal food: deep fried shitmeat and IPA IPA IPA
Stop lording it over us flyovers by pretending to be able to afford a brief vacation in another country
Whereabouts are you staying? I haven't been back for a decade so I can't suggest any specific places, but if you can get up to the old town in the morning you should still be able to find guys selling dim sum from steamer stands.
Post what you are eating tonight
Pork tenderloin with roasted broccoli and squash.
Sriracha, because when you cook for other people you sometimes have to make things on the bland side.
>tfw went to that expensive, high class restaurant where they look at you like you're garbage when you ask for ketchup
ITT: Dark/weird fast food stories or urban legends, or unusual personal experiences
>On January 30, 1989, Kenneth Lamar Noid, a mentally ill customer who thought the ads were a personal attack on him, held two employees of an Atlanta Domino's restaurant hostage for over five hours. After forcing them to make him a pizza and making demands for $100,000, getaway transportation, and a copy of The Widow's Son, Noid surrendered to the police. After the incident ended, Police Chief Reed Miller offered a memorable assessment to reporters:...
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I've always wondered if he was completely fucked in the head or if he just wanted to mess with the guard.
Let's make dinner!!
Kielbasa, red onion, kale, parsley, garlic, mushrooms
Browned the sausage
Cooked the onion in a little butter
Cut up the sausage and parsley
Hey /ck/, if I have a sauce recipe that calls for cornstarch to be added at the end to help thicken it. Will I run into any problems if I premake a large batch or sauce omitting the cornstarch and just adding it in to just what I use over the course of a week or so?
What is a good rule of thumb for the shelf life of homemade bbq sauces?
You just need to make a slurry and whisk it into however much sauce you're using at the time and let it boil for a minute.
Cornstarch doesn't even hold up as a thickener over time very well.
If you're not canning or freezing it, depending on the ingredients, a week or two.
Hey guys. Long story short, I've got to dial back my spending for this month. How unhealthy would it be for me to eat cup noodles once a day (pic related specifically) for five days a week from Monday to Friday?
Can't go wrong with the classic sandwich with no pickle.
Sup /ck/ what's your favorite burrito place? Mine's Freebirds (pic related).
Hello there /co/, I'm not a regular here, so my apologies if this is isn't appropriate or something. I was just wondering if you guys knew anything about drinks. I've always been a beer, wine and whiskey man, but I received a ton of different liquor as a housewarming gift and I'm holding a housewarming party this friday. What kind of drinks can you make with these? All I know is the bloody Mary with the vodka. Misc ingredients are no problem. Also, excuse the silly emoticons. Thanks.
Oh, and old fashioned with the whisky. I even got a drink shaker that have so far only been there to look cool.
We bought a litre of vodka, since we knew you could make a shit ton of drinks out of it. My gf got always have tequila in a flask. We want to make something fancy and exotic, without being gimmicky and tacky.
Is it possible to make a Pie Crust without like 3 hours of refrigeration?
Whats the most simplest way to do so? I dont have Shortening or Fat.
Yeah, honestly the pre-made pie crusts are so easy, its worth the 2 dollars to just grab it.
Yeah. Havent gone bakery shopping in a while. Im stoned as balls and have all the neccessities to make atleast 3 different fruit pies, but no crust material.
Kind of lazy to go shopping also.
So why do you manchildren still drink soda?
Valentine's is soon. I just moved to Spain and I've been dating a guy for about a month now (so clearly we don't know each other too well.)
I really like him and want to get him something nice for Valentine's. Normally I'd bake since that's my thing but he hates sweets, and he's a much better cook than I am so cooking is out of the question (Spanish cuisine is brand new to me as well. ) I decided on buying him alcohol and a card because Spaniards love drinking and he's no exception.
Well, the catch is that...
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>i'm a grill
Every time. Every single time.
How you should have asked:
>hey /ck/, I'm buying a bottle of rum as a gift. I have a €40 budget. Any ideas?
What, do you think different types of beverages are inherently manly or girly? It's not that way for any drink, rum included.
I didn't really think it through too much, it's 0200 and I was just rambling about my predicament. I feel like people give different alcohol on certain occasions and I wanted to justify my choice of rum and be specific about it.
I guess you are right though, I added way too much information, sorry anon.
Literally everything this guy said.
Why the fuck do we need a life story? I don't care if you love or just like the nigger. Just ask what is good rum, specifying not just your average booze you get to drink for the weekend. Nobody here gives a rat's ass that he's Spanish or whos whats.
never had viet food. and this menu is fuck huge. whats good?
the various phos with beef should all be pretty good, pho is good. that #1 special bowl looks tasty.
viet vermicelli bowls are pretty good. get one with spring rolls, like #57 on the menu.
soda lemonade is good thing to have with a dinner if you're not having a beer. get a vietnamese coffee for dessert.
seconding #1, it's not too crazy for your first time trying a dish. plus new york so a big bowl of hot soup will be good for cold days.
i also really love chao ga (#135), it's super comfort foody, very simple but delicious. i actually just made some last month and thawed some leftovers for today.
i also always get iced thai tea with condensed milk because i'm a dumb baby and it's like candy
Is the George Foreman grill the only thing I really need in my kitchen? Why is everything better when I make it with my good ol' GF?