do you enjoy eating sliced bread plain
I meant to post a thread last week, but c'est la vie. Instead you get two posts in one.
First is my lunch today from the extravagant Russian Tea Room. A little weird that as a native of NYC who's lived here my whole life that I've never been to a landmark like this, but shrug.
I'll say this much. This is the ideal perfection of beef stroganoff. The meat was fork tender, the flavors were fucking gorgeous together and literally the best version of this dish I've ever had.
I had a (blurry) cheesecake. Couldn't even sit still long enough to get a steady pic. For shame.
Thanks for the reply, nignog.
What's your favorite sandwich?
my desert island sandwich would be boiled egg, lemon and black pepper mayo and really good tomatoes on either some crusty white or seeded wholemeal bread.
special treat would be like a reuben or something
Grilled chicken with lettuce, tomato, and mustard on a toasted whole wheat bun.
Chick-fil-A has a good one, but I have a charcoal grill and they taste nearly identical for less money. They also add pickle which I omit.
Ok then. Looking for easy veggie meals to have at work for lunch. Got an hour lunch break so don't want to spend more than about 10/15 mins preparing food. I work in a kitchen showroom so there's a fully functioning kitchen with all the toys but must be simple!
If I make myself cheesy beans on toast again I might cry.
Pic could not be in any way less related.
A stir-fry would be ideal. Pack your pre-chopped veg in one container and then your sauce separately. Quick to cook, very little to clean up. And there's plenty of opportunity for variety.
Would you eat my chickenburger?
What's that in the middle? Grape leaves?
It's 3x whole wheat bread slices, 2 burgers, a bunch of lamb lettuce, light mayonnaise (only on the top burger) and spicy bbq sauce. I measured everything and without the chicken it's about 500kcal
Hey guys, I am autistic.
And I have a question.
What do you answer to people who say the food you made is good or delicious or something like that?
I am reluctant to say thank you because there is no reason to be grateful for their gratefulness, which is what they want to express as I assume.
So I usually go with a smile or "I am glad that you like it" or so... and it sounds weird to me.
A ridiculous question I guess. But it bothers me.
Hey fellow anons, does anyone know a good cook book that basically teaches you about food the way a college course would? I love cooking and have a heap of cook books myself, but I find it frustrating that most popular cook books just limit themselves to "throw X amount of Y into the pan and cook for Z time", without explaining why you need X amount and how you define Z time. I know a lot of cooking is learnt by doing, but I was wondering if there are any cook books that generally teach you about cooking theory?
Yep, that. Or, "The Professional Chef", which is literally a college textbook. The current version is expensive but you can get prior versions (just as good) on Amazon (or other used bookstore) for a fraction of the price.
Share your low calorie food.
Alright i bought them
What does /ck/ think of this miniature pizza?
Back at the hipster coffee shop
This snack must gain worldwide recognition (especially in America and Canada). There should be fanart of anime and cartoon characters from various shows eating the snack.
>Want to try my hand at baking a cake, pie or pastries
>I'm trying to lose weight so I can't eat it
>No friends to share it with
Anyone else know this feel?
>>I'm trying to lose weight so I can't eat it
Why? Sure, you can't pig out and eat an entire pie in one sitting, but there's no reason you can't eat reasonable portions of the pastries you make.
Do you have a job? Bring the stuff to work and give it to coworkers or just leave it in the office/breakroom/whatever. You could also donate it to a bake sale, fundraiser, etc.
Can we all agree that square bread is the best bread?
bunny bread is objectively superior
What's the matter? Don't want your corn chips to taste like tacos?