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The Triple Layer Nachos are one of the best values on the Taco Bell menu. Change my mind
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>>14186415
Why would anyone in their right mind give a shit about changing your mind about taco bell shit you fucking shill?
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>>14186491
Even a stray cat would stay away from taco bell shit.
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>>14186415
>best values
In terms of cost and variety of flavor, yes.
In terms of me feeling full, no.
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>>14186517
Dude, get a job and avoid shitholes such as "taco bell" and rat hairs.
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>>14186491
pics or it didn't happen

>take a gander at italian food
>carbs on carbs on carbs on more carbs
>somehow italians apparently have the healthiest hearts in europe and are living crazy long

??????
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Smaller portion sizes.
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>>14185955
That’s just Italian American food. Real Italian food is mostly seafood and vegetables with small amounts of pasta and occasional red meat on the side
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>>14185955
>gander

Ok boomer
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>>14185955
Serving size. We do eat a lot of carbs in %, but it's still lowish calorie
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Italians don't ride scooters back and forth to the kitchen, they walk everywhere.

And much of Italian cuisine is seafood like >>14186193 said, don't think it's Buca de Beppos

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Plastic tubing inside $2,000 Breville espresso machines edition. This thread is for all coffee related discussion and inquiries.

>what are you drinking
>do you like it
>getting anymore

Previous thread >>14107601
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Using some Lavassa Super Crema, it's alright but I think the seal was broken during shipping so I get a normal amount of crema. It normally is pretty balanced and I don't notice much sour, so a nice entry espresso bean.
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Coof
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I couldn't finish all my coffee yesterday so today I'm having half a leftover mug coffee mixed with some Irish cream and Kahlua
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>like Costa Rican, Panaman, and Ethiopian fruity coffee
>can't drink coffee more than very occasionally due to caffeine sensitivity
>decafs are all burnt to death Colombian or Brazilian crap

wew
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>>14186374
Is it possible to get green decaf beans? It's not that hard to roast your own.

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Based or cringe?
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>>14186030
fuck, this is getting bad, i actually feel bad. i hope his brother will be able to get him the help he needs. he needs meds or something, he's in a spiral
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>>14180833
same
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>>14176956
hes not that great at cooking but his channel is pretty interesting
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>>14186031
brothers green
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OG fans will remember their show on the hungry channel. also midnight munchies.

Give me one good reason why anyone would ever cut their own food when they could just buy one of these.
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>>14184669
BASED
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>>14184240
fpbp
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I enjoy the simple monotony of chopping things
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>>14186148
Interesting. How does that affect your cooking style? Are you more economical with using vessels? Do you sequence your chopping to minimize cutting boards used without cross-contaminating? Do you use preparation methods other than boiling when boiling would traditionally be used?
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>>14184299
What the fuck kind of country has the internet but not running water?

Mmmm, nothing beats some cheap gas station beer after a day of toiling in the sun.
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most people who "toil in the sun" are drunk as fuck all day long. Have you ever been to a gas station near a construction site at lunch time?
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>>14186343
Yep. Although I'd have to go with High Life or Red Dog when full flavor.
>>14186417
We were all young once. I miss the days where I busted ass looking forward to that shower beer and the feeling of hitting a couch with another. Now I keep a buzz all day which loses some of the magic when the clock hits 5.

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ready fellas if you've got recipes post em if you're making a batch post the recipe
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>>14186329
In my house we keep a perpetual crock pot of boiled peanuts. Never shuts off
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>>14186437
your house sounds amazing. d-do you have any single sisters?
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>>14186329
stop making these threads you retarded faggot
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>>14186423
>I have no idea how to make them. There are the boomer rednecks who sell them out of coolers by the side of the road... they have life skills I will never have despite my masters degree.
Years ago, boiled peanuts were a rare seasonal item. This is because they were made from green peanuts, ie immature peanuts pulled up from the ground early. Since they are very perishable, you would only see them maybe 3-4 times over the Summer months from each field, and you'd snatch them all up and boil them, eating them cold from the fridge for a few days after that. The shells are thinner, and shells are lined with thick lining of sweet white meat, as well as the peanuts themselves, like it's all soaking wet in brine and delicious. Think of it like whole edamame, really. Soft and salty.
Molding on very perishable peanuts is a real thing. Gotta make sure they get to market fast, and that you didn't dredge them up when the ground was too damp either. Hard call on this.

Nowadays, to make sure you can sell it at every gas station/side of the road 24/7/365, they use mature raw (dehydrated) peanuts, and it's just not the same. Also, it takes much longer to cook, as the shell is first to rehydrate, then the insides. Green peanuts are done within a couple of hours on a low simmer, like beans, and nice to let them cool right in the pot sucking in more softness. Hard shelled mature peanuts need literal 12-16 hours in a crock pot before that brine even enters inside the hard thick shell. It's almost as good as green peanuts in flavor, but it's worth finding the real thing for the texture and enjoying that extra meat. Ask your produce manager when they come in, you may not easily notice them. Warning, they'll be a bit pricey, possibly like $6/lb or more :/ Perishable, ya know. Buy 2-3lbs min for your effort.

Shells look kind of straight, versus curvy? Green.
https://pressureluckcooking.com/recipe/instant-pot-southern-boiled-peanuts/
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>>14186472
do you eat the "lining of sweet white meat" in the shell? what purpose does it serve?

homies, any tips for leek and potato soup?
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>>14185895
buttermilk
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>>14185895
Heavy cream. Onions. Bacon fat. It's an easy, flexible recipe and I make it a lot. One of the best soups.
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>Sautee onion and garlic in some olive oil and a slice of butter
>Add celery seeds and parsley
>Season
>Add leeks and Sautee
>When leeks have reduced in size add peeled and diced potatoes
>Cover with vegetable stock and simmer until potatoes are tender
>Whizz smooth with a stick blender

Summer's here, what are your cooling summer drinks of choice?
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>>14185603
>>14185634
Angostura is well known but try Peychaud's or just plain orange bitters sometime.
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>>14186360
I'll give peychauds a try sometime for sure
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>>14186360
I've read about Peychaud's from here but I've never seen it anywhere. I'm lucky enough to find Angostura in NY with all the goofy bullshit laws we have, for instance a liquor store can't sell it but a grocery store can. These laws and restrictions are holdback shit from bizarroworld times.
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>>14186360
Another thing that's not unheard of is a company paying distributers and stores to not stock products from other companies, forcing a monopoly so to speak.
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>>14186366
>>14186393
>>14186399
I first experienced it in New Orleans in Sazeracs and it was afterwards easily available in Fort Worth, but it may be that geographical closeness that makes it available.

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It's my first time making banana bread. I think it was too much batter for the thingy I had.
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>>14186355
everyone makes mistakes, don't worry about it
if you don't make mistakes you don't learn
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Looks fine, is it good?
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>>14186383
I think it's raw at the bottom. It tastes delicious tho.

Can I put it back in the oven?
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First mistake is no pubes
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>>14186425
Yes, you can put it back in the oven.

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I love cottage cheese, plain. I realize a lot of people dress it up. What do you put in it?
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>>14180165
Mandarin orange slices are pretty in cottage cheese.
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Black pepper and slivered almonds
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>>14178968
love me some peaches with my cottage cheese
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>>14178968

y'all are going savory?
slice up an apple+ throw a banana in it.

good shit.
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>>14178968
Dark chocolate chips and a little sugar/honey, but only in sheep ricotta. It reminds me of cannoli

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Do you guys ever pickle anything? I've been wanting to pickle some red onions.
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>>14182272
nice
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anyone ever make pickled apples before? big american pioneer treat through the midwest
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>>14181532
Do it annon, I waited years before I tried and I regret it hard. Made some spicy Pickled onions, Carrots, and kimchi about a month ago a and it could not have been better. Go for that fermentation Get it Boii
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Op here, I did it. Will update on how it tastes if thread is still up.
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>>14181532
yeah i pickled your mom's ovaries with my baby batter

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>recipe for burgers say to turn stovetop up to medium heat so burger can get a sear
>do just that
>burger sears but its too hot so it doesnt cook all the way through (still raw inside)
>do opposite, put stovetop on 3
>it cooks pretty evenly, but no charred outside like how burger restaurants do it
WHAT DO I FUCKING DO
WHERE AM I MESSING UP
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>Needing a recipe to cook a fucking hamburger

Jesus christ /ck/ what happened to you?
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>>14186292
how new?
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>>14186310
I haven't been on /ck/ in about 6 years, is this normal now?
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>>14186292
Considering the usual is about ordering burgers we're doing pretty well today
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>>14186314
yes

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I looked it up and from what I gathered it's just buttered and oiled shrimp in a pan, but there's gotta be more to it. Aside from garlic what do you guys think I should add? I need to make some for dinner tonight, don't have a choice.
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>>14186138
Scampi, at least here, is usually breaded/battered and deep fried. If you're not using 'Shrimp Scampi' to refer to using shrimp in that manner then I don't know what it would mean as scampi is just a kind of small lobster.

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Should I just cook all the pancake batter and then store the leftover pancake in the fridge? Or should I just store pancake batter in the fridge?
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>>14186066

storing the pancake batter => you can get good pancakes in the future but you have to fry them
storing the pancakes => you can get not-as-good pancakes in the future but you don't have to fry them
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Keep pancake batter in a squeeze bottle so you can make pancakes any time of day or night with no prep
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>>14186066
Pancakes. The baking powder in the batter won't last as long.
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>>14186066
keep the batter
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>>14186066
I never had an issue making all of my batter at once (as long as it didn't yield a crapload of pancakes...) and I would just store my leftovers in the fridge for at minimum 1-2 days. Pancakes microwave okay and it's better than a frozen pancake!


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