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what does he do with this many knifes
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Metallophone
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>>16873466
Crams them up his ass.
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>>16873466
He advertises for, I think, Dalstrong? They're one of those knife companies that sponsors most of the cooking channels.

He didn't buy all of those knives, they were sent to him with the express purpose of being in-frame in every video .
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>>16873466
Protecting the Scarlet Devil Mansion
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>>16873466
He advertises them

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/ck/, please settle a debate between my gf and I:

Is it weird to put stew on pasta, or is it normal?

https://www.strawpoll.me/45811234
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>>16870632
not weird at all. goulash is served with pasta. i like putting curry sauce on my pasta
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It's really a regional/national dish preference. Hungarian food for instance is loaded with the practice.
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I have curry on pasta. I don't like cooking rice.

Is that weird?
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>>16874339
no, that sounds delicious
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>>16870632
Beef Stroking Off?

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Do they exist in your country? I love them.
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>>16873396
dunno mate. we have real bacon.
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>>16873396
Yeah, they're pretty amazing.
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they are neither of these right.
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>>16873396
Looks like a dog treat.
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>>16873396
These are nice and completely vegan, depending on which brand you get.
Captcha: H8RNY

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So where I currently am, I don't have access to high quality beef cuts or any beef with good marbling, it's all very lean beef/veal, but I still want to try cooking something that isn't going to be very tough and chewy.

Please suggest cool recipes that aren't any kind of stew, maybe like a roast or something?
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>>16874224
That looks pretty fucking sexy, do you have to use button mushrooms or can you substitute other kinds?
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>>16874240
Not the guy you're replying to but I'm Swiss and you can substitute with any mushroom that might have a similar consistency.
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>>16874260
Alright that sounds good, I'm planning on going for a big grocery run soon to buy a bunch of ingredients so I can experiment with beef and see what I can make, this one is definitely on the list.
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>>16874154
A few hours sous vide can make lean top sirloin similar in texture to a filet. It won't taste livery like a filet, it's taste like top sirloin, which it is, but it will be extra tender.
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>>16874336
I've tried sous vide once, it's a bit of a hassle without the specific water thing, but it was pretty nice, gotta admit.

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(born 1922)
stuffed cabbage rolls
meatloaf
spareribs
pot roast
corned beef and cabbage
pork tenderloin roast
carrot cake
peach cake
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>>16874083
I'm 30 and my grandma was born in like 1950, get it together dude
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>>16874101
Yeah black folx have short generations
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>>16874109
Nice cope for your multi-generational "rotten eggs" autism, I'm absolutely pasty white
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>>16874119
Sure you are, mutt. lmao sure you are.
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>>16873965
Oldfag here. The other guy is an imposter

My family has a tendency to have kids later in life. My mother was born in 1911 when my grandma was 43. I was born in 1957 when my mother was 46. So no, I'm not 90

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>be Quiznos
>be dead because Subway stole your gimmick and the Quiznos marketing team is creatively bereft
I think I saw one in Bakersfield a few months ago. Was that the last one in the world?
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quiznos is the best sandwich place, followed distantly by d'angelos
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I never went back after the first time I saw the dead rat commercial.
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>>16872231
i went down the quiznos rabbit hole awhile back, it's pretty interesting

they could have been a popular alternative to subway the same way that domino's, pizza hut, papa john's, etc. all seem to co-exist without too much trouble

what a god damn tragic story
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>>16872339
There is a location at DEN airport, too. Terminal C i believe
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>>16872231
There’s one in Brantford, Ontario, Canada that I know of

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If you don't put chips on your sandwich you will never experience true joy in this life
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>>16873606
>>16873613
>>16873640
Soulless. Don't you want to experience carefree childhood happiness again? Chips on your sandwich is how
>>16873602
This guy gets it
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>>16873719
I need to lose weight excuse my seething.
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I’m sorry I’m an adult
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Only do that with plain chips
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is this some bri'ish hack?

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>>16871550
did you bake a wad of frozen chuck?
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>>16871550
Why is OP posting his turds?
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>>16871988
it's human foot
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>>16871550
Looks good. Nice color, juicy, would eat.
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I know a recently harvested colon polyps when I see them.

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What is the healthiest canned vegetable? I know fresh ones probably retain more of their nutrition but I want canned, they're more fun to cram up my ass.
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>>16869793
What kind of sub-human buys banned vegetables, this is a boomer meme
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>>16869793
I mostly agree with this guy >>16871678
>most veggies are better and cheaper if they are purchased flash frozen

The main canned vegetable, if you can even call it that, which I buy is stuff like lentils or beans. Basically anything I can't be bothered to soak overnight.
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>>16869793
Beans are surely the best combination of nutrition & actively benefitting from the pre cooked canning process, so long as you're talking about the pure ones rather than those in sugary sauces
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>>16871703
toe the line harder, you fucking bootlicker.
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>>16869793
Corn

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Its nutty cooking time!!!
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>>16860731
/qa/ is a shithole. Idk why people even go there
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>>16864876
from living in midwest and traveling throughout quite a bit hyvee concentration in iowa>> illinois, minnesota, wisconsin, and nebraska. Will assume is true for other states listed. unfortunately hyvee is only a decent grocery store. fine prices. certainly more comfy than walmart
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>>16870165
how do you think birds are cleaned after shooting?
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>>16863027
any meat slow cooked with the bones in is going to carry immense flavor. it's how you make stock.
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bumping this gem

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So apparently they're getting rid of the food pyramid and creating a food scoring system
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>>16862952
So eat more of the red stuff got it. You think I’m gonna fall for this kikery
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>>16874011
It's kind of funny, everything near the top and bottom seems to be alright. It's the middle stuff that has more of the questionable foods including more processed stuff.
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>>16862952
>cheerios 95
>fried egg 29
I see the big carbs lobby still controls American dietary guidelines.
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Normal Cheerios have no sugar at all despite what everyone in this thread thinks.
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>>16873496
of course this is correct, it literally does not contradict what i said at all. but you seem to have trouble understanding that my point has to do with the person who eats 2 mcmuffins for breakfast, snacks on a bag of "party size chips" before lunch, eats a frozen "hungry-man" lunch, proceeds to then snack on little debbie snacks afterwards, and on his way home picks up some fried chicken from KFC - the literal simplest thing they can do is just replace their mcmuffins in the morning with a bowl of cheerios. is it great? no. but come on, this is clearly better than the current situation that person is in.

don't let perfect be the enemy of the good here. if these people can just make their diet change to be full of enriched foods, we can show them the way, the way of eating a diverse diet rich in vegetables, grains, and different types of meat prepared in a variety of different ways.

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This is actually the best condiment sauce in the world.

Ketchup? Frank's? A1? No. It's Salsa Lizano.
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>>16873790

It's made of slow cooked veggies like carrots and onions and garlic and lots of spices

It's kinda vinegary and tangy and spicy. It's fucking great. Every restaurant in Costa Rica has it on every table.
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I thought about it too much and bought a 3-pack on amazon. I hope the bottles aren't 10 years old or something fucked up.
why won't costa rica export this in bulk?
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>>16873743
My nigga. I had to try to ape the recipe since can't find it anywhere outside of Costa Rica.
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>>16873960
Publix in the south is starting to sell it in their "ethnic" aisle
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>>16874048

Just moved to Miami and the access to dope Latin food is one of the only benefits to living here.

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im making a burger
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>>16873990
it's not McFlat for autists
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>>16873990
>*kim and kanye come over*
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>>16873990
patty too thick
did you cut the tomato with an axe?
not enough onion
no sauce???
>baby spinach

would still eat/10
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>>16873968
its obviously a steamed ham dumbass
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>>16873982
I do it after too, this way it picks up the fat and juices from the beef. But some people don't like the taste of the stuff in the pan if it's started to blacken.

Oh no no no
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>>16871203
>nooo mom those are my pans not yours stoooop I’m serious moooom!
She should take them as rent, faggot.
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>>16872790
Nah, he's well over the hill. All he loses by hurting his reputation is the possibility of his children living off his estate, and there's little chance of a celebrity chef reaching Elvis status anyway. Milk it while you can.
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>>16872790
How is 4.5/5 stars on almost every website a bad reputation?
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>>16873319
I pay rent, you fucking coal colored schmuck. My mother is just bad in the kitchen and ruins any cooking tool she has access to. Great mother, horrible of taking care of her stuff.
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Went there this week. It was actually pretty tasty, maybe those reviewers just went when they had a shitty chef on shift.

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Do you think the people working the drive-thru remember you?
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>>16852753
I ask them to shove their hands in the box and grab as many mayo packs they can and put them in my bag every single time, so I'm known as "mayo guy" to my local wagies.
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>>16871243
Fluoride in the water and mercury in the vaccines.
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>>16852753
Unless you're a regular with an odd order, no.

I worked at Rally's for a few years in HS and after. The only guy I remember was the guy who came through daily before work asking for a diet coke absolutely packed with ice. Like he'd hand it back if you hadn't mashed the ice down before pouring it. Dude was pleasant though. I got to looking forward to him coming through. friendly af.

Then their was the weird family from the trailer park that would come by and ask for 3 large fries, dumped into a bag, and covered with a ton of chopped onions.
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>>16852753
>Do you think the people working the drive-thru remember you?
Yes. I worked pizza for the longest time and I remember all the regulars and most people that even ordered twice.
>do you remember the people that work at the drive-thru?
Yes. When I worked security at a big venue, the same people who would go every week said they recognized me after just my second week there.
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>>16852853
It's true. I saw you at my cousin's wedding last weekend.




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