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Why is it so hard for yuropoors to comprehend that America can have lowbrow foods like Kraft Singles, Boones Farm, and Bud Light while also producing world-class, award winning cheeses, beers, wines, etc.? How assblasted are these people really?
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>>13539842

I'm not the one that posts pictures of processed cheese slices 20x a day with the caption DO AMERICANS REALLY.
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>>13539671
This isn't true. I live in a small town of 2000 people in the boonies and my grocer carries amazing cheeses from all over the world
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>>13539671
You can find Humbolt Fog in any grocery store.
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>>13539671
Wow almost like america is way larger than europe
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>>13539713
So your hundreds of year old traditions methods and techniques got absolutely btfo by the new kid on the block?

Which of these sandwiches would you try?
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>>13540105
God they all sound terrible
Whenever a boomer is nostalgic for their childhood I just think of this is the kind of shit they ate
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>>13540105
Disgusting, and not only because of the "cheese product".
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>>13540154
It’s rye sourdough bread with rye berries. Pretty good bread but it doesn’t make good sandwiches since it crumbles easily and it’s quite heavy/dense.
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>>13540105
I'd eat any gladly aside from the Egg Salad

What ignorant kids ITT don't know, is how good Kraft cheese was in those days, nothing like today
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>>13540307
How good can processed cheese actually get?

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We gumbo today bois
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>>13539855
Wow. Normally for best results, you cook the sausage in the oven so it crisps up a bit. And you add it in near the end
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>>13540241
Looking like shit so far
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>>13540262
Cajun okra stew.
>>13540281
Taste is on point tho

15 minutes ya filthy animals. Let's cook some rice
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>>13540263
Life has many doors Ed boy
I'd have used a cast iron if I had my way but this ain't borgor kang
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>>13540291
>Life has many doors
Yeah and I guess you chose poorly

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I've been drinking wine nearly every day for 25 years, everything from Trader Joe's crap to rare aged Bordeaux. I've never in my life been asked to guess the price of wine or to give it a numeric rating to be evaluated against a hidden score sheet. Yet from the way people talk online this seems to be a very pressing concern for a lot of people.

Have you ever gone into a restaurant and been ambushed by hidden cameras and uploaded to youtube? Is this a thing in some countries?
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>>13540192
inb4 I was only pretending to be stupid
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>>13540031
No. Post modernism is just that we're as seperate from the modern paraxis of life as modernists were seperate from the romantic's paraxis of life. You tried, you get points for effort, but this statement is the easiest definition:
>You know the components of Frankenstein by watching The Simpsons and wikipedia, but have never read it yourself, even though you speak about it as if you had.
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>>13537591
>is totally fine with being videotaped everywhere he goes when outside
>claims he would "start swinging" if anyone ever secretly video taped him
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>>13540229
wrong
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>>13540229
>cant even spell praxis
The previous definition was just as valid as yours, if not more so as it also can encapsulate your pseudo-intellectual twaddle-wank.

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The one dish you just can't get right no matter how many times you try
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>>13539483
I was doing it 7min with boiling water and rinse cold after
I thought they were pretty good but I'm going to try your way
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I want to make broccoli like they serve at O'Charley's or most chain restaurants that serve it where it's firm but not hard. I keep fucking that up.
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I used to make superb carbonara but for the last few years I seem to have lost my touch. Been trying recently to nail down an actual recipe that will give me consistent results, tweaking things and keeping others the same to learn what it needs.
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>>13535029

YO MOM'S PUCCI
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fuck! he looks like a terrier chewing a wasp

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AY bruh
i got an idea for a fast food joint
basically subway but with tortilla instead of the sandwishes
whatcha think?
can cater to all customers' needs from hambeasts to veganfags with premade ingredients that they get to pick
pic related
you're free to steal this one billion dollar idea
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>>13540251
That's what Chipotle is, dum dum.
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>>13540251
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>>13540278
>>13540275
woah bruh cant believe you were fast enough to open your own places with my idea
rock on boys we're all gonna make it
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One like that exists around here

>*ssssslllllluuuuurrrrrpppp*
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>>13538870
You're a Republican Senator.
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>>13535757
>figging
why did you remind me of that
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>>13535007
Looks like a few big paperclips by the two leeks.
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>>13538879
>You're a Republican Senator.

Obviously, it isn't a 10 year old girl.
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>>13535274
somewhat yes, but the oil should mostly remain on the surface
it's getting out that they need to worry about

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YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS! YOU PUMPED INTO THE CEILING WHICH NOW HAS TO BE WASHED AND STERILIZED, SO YOU GET NOTHING. YOU LOSE. GOOD DAY SIR.
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Where I can I buy these?
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>>13540270
Wonka shut down in the 1960s.
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>>13540270
7-11 last I checked
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>sour and fizzy on one side sweet on the other

fucks your teeth

Wham bar

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This book says to add cream in carbonara

btfo
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>French recipe
>Adds more fat than necessary

Sounds legit
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>>13535967

But anon, that's correct too
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>>13534294
Technically you shouldn't but well.
Technically you're not supposed to put onions and safran and replace the pancetta by cheaper pork belly in them either.
But I do.

Fight me. All at once.
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>>13535985
I wanted to write this. Kek.
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>>13534294
What's the big deal, isn't Cream made from mixing eggs and parmesean anyhow?

Would you pay 200 yurobucks to visit a pig farm?
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If the price includes sex with 1-6 of the pigs, yes.
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>>13540231
200 bucks to go to the USA, sure

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Hello /ck/ currently going to live in a hotel for the next 9 months. Anyone got any good methods of healthy meals / ideas for meal prep with only cookware being a microwave, a grill outback and a minifridge?
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Endofatfuckmorph.
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>177 and dropping
still too fat but boy it feels good to not be 230 anymore.
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Since almost none of the posts have actually answered your question, I'd say your best bet is probably different variations of grilled meat and grilled vegetables, and then you could microwave rice and potatoes or even grill the potatoes.
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>>13538887
Get a portable single burner and a toaster oven, combined that will cost 30 bucks and you can cook almost anything
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>>13538887
you can cook rice, oatmeal, and fish in your microwave
virtually no other meat works for it
eggs sort of work, but usually cook in a ring around a raw center

you can probably bake bread on your grill as well as most of your meat and vegetables

Doppio edition. This thread is for all coffee related discussion and inquiries.

>what are you drinking
>where is it from
>getting anymore

Previous thread >>13418556
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luv me chicory
luv me french press
luv me cafe au lait

Simple 'as
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Anyone use one of these things regularly? It looks like it would be crazy handy for travel but I wonder if the parts are good enough to make a consistently good cup of coffee.
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>>13506078
based moka pots. The staple of any Italian home
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>>13506020
I’m new to /ck/ but I’m a big beanoid (that’s what I call coffee connoisseurs)

Is there a paste bin or wiki for coffee? I’ve got run of the mill type coffee stuff but I would like the opinions of people who have put more hours into brewing, grinding, tasting percolating them beans

Any info on coffee does and donts are what I’m looking for also what kind of equipment/brands I should get if I want to go from entry level to intermediate to advanced in coffee
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>>13516801
Take one if they don't want it or offer to buy it.

are they based?
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no
next question
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more likely to ruin a meal than improve it
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>>13540186
why not?
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Yes.
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>>13540186
Yeah, I'm gonna trust Marco over you, cupcake.

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>>13535606
Is your dog really tiny or are you just a cheapskate who doesn't want to give him a whole one?

>>13533971
Why apartment ovens specifically? Because there's less space in the kitchen? Pic related always really annoyed me.
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I was really ill after emergency surgery after a car crash and caught bronchitis in the hospital when I was coming off the anesthesia. I was on an assload of pain meds and asked my sister to make me some ramen, the kind you make in the pot. I zoned out and realized something like half an hour had passed and started calling my sister to ask what was going on, and she didn't respond. There was also a weird burning smell. I got up which took 5 minutes and hobbled to the kitchen, and smoke was pouring out of the ramen pot, and I stupidly took the lid off.
My sister had fallen asleep watching TV and all the water boiled out of the pot, then the ramen congealed into a tiny black puck and when I took the lid off it shot a geyser of flames three feet high into my face and set my arm cast on fire and burnt all my facial hair and some of my regular hair. I was still doped up so I thought my face was on fire, turned the sink on, swept the pot into there, then started splashing water onto my face while steam was flying everywhere. I started screaming and I lost my balance, fell over, and lost consciousness.
My sister still didn't wake up through all of this.
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I always forget that the cooking thermometer is the same temperature as the oven it just spent an hour in.
I had to get my fingerprints done when I renewed my passport and the scanner (they do it electronically rather than with ink now) kept saying it got a bad read because I permanently have two completely smooth lines across the meaty parts of the tips of my thumb and index finger from grabbing the thermometer the same goddamn way every fucking time.

>>13533979
Aww, you deserve this.
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>>13539982
Yes. Fucked up my arm over a similar deal.

Oven doors love to spring closed again if not fully opened. Ooopsie!
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>>13539982
Rawhide bones pose a risk of intestinal blockage to dogs and should be used sparingly in small portions. There's nothing wrong with cutting them in half. It's not the same as a milk bone.

You guys like bread?
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>>13539541
There’s already bread thread.
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>>13539541
Yeah, it's good. Hey, what kind of buns/rolls should I make for tonight. I have ground beef and I'm either doing burgers or homemade sloppy joes but probably the latter.
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>>13539563

Prob just be a fanservice-loaded rehash of the original
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>>13539596
**that second sentence should have ended with a question mark
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>>13539541
FICK JA!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uZidkvdmNk


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