Post the worst you got.
the changing camera angles and laugh tracks make me feel stimulated and like i'm not alone
I'm not sure if I'm disgusted with how dirty his stove is or how awful that meal looks.
Filet Mignon microwaved in velveeta, ketchup and a1
What kind of fucking backwards barbaric language is that?
Fuckin' annoys the hell out of me.
Not even disgusting food, but one of my favorites for sure.
These fucking things. How can the nation that gave us the hamburger champion these poorly conceived pieces of shit?
>gritty peanut butter
>tasteless chocolate overpowered by oversweet, not-at-all salty peanut butter
>Americlaps somehow always find a way to mention them in candy discussions
This. I love the idea, but the execution does not get along with my adult taste buds. Shit, I'm not even sure I liked them as a kid anymore. I just thought it was a really fucking cool idea.
As a kid I hated them, there was something just fundamentally "off" about them. But as an adult I enjoy one every now and then.
What is it about aspic/terrine which people hate? It tastes great especially if the cook is competent and it's relatively inexpensive yet people seem to be disgusted with it regardless of whether they've tried it or not. Why?
Why does that finnish man have buckets of potatoes and carrots in his kitchen?
He got them as a donation. I suspect he can't fit them in the fridge and/or it's too filthy to put the potatoes in without some form of hermetically sealed protection. You'll notice he doesn't peel his buds. He also mentions that he's suffering from diarrhea.
I don't know if he has a root cellar.
absolutely nothing wrong with that pic OP. cheese goes great on everything.
This is very likely. The local mill's finest macaroni (roughly 17 cents for a 400g package) and potatoes are the mainstays of the modern Finnish diet. Meat is in limited supply and no one eats fish because they're slimy and disgusting. They don't even constitute a real meal, since it doesn't fill you up (make you feel sufficiently bloated). Traditional Finnish vegetables include: beetroot, turnip, a blue sausage-like thing, swede, with the potato being a relative newcomer. What used to be turnip, swede or cabbage, is now potato. Carrots are only useful as a replacement for red meat.
I don't eat vegetables. I can't afford them, so I use what money could buy veg to buy K-menu pale lager and the more premium product, Pirkka pale lager. Great recovery drinks. Their package design makes me think I'm drinking something expensive, like soda.
most nights (this one included) I'm fine with just a good bud.
Go to work, Finnanon. Or read a book. Or something. Unless you work in the evening. We've shitposted enough.
It is shit water, though. Wouldn't offer it to my worst enemy. Worthy of this thread.
Not to mention all the salt.
Hell, I'll go out on a limb and say most mainstream American chocolate is chalky and salty.
>tfw the Jews of American chocolate manufacturers made it illegal for shops to import the British versions of chocolate already sold there
The swedish finnish chef, makes sausage-casserole . And serves it to a L-L -Lady....
Step one: Grab the nearest pot, doesn't matter if it clean or not...
Step two: Fill with finnish tap-water.
Step three: Add whatever disgusting leftovers, and whatnot from filthy fridge...
Etc. etc... WHY! In satans name, does this finnish Ramsey have 26K+ followers on judetube..?..? Go figure Anon!!!
As a really little kid, I loved bagel bits, but ran out one day. I didn't know how to make my own, but I wanted to try, so I slathered grape jelly on a bagel and then slapped on bits of ham and American cheese. Sucked ass.
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It looks like dried, crusted shit all over toilets on those hoarders shows. I cannot unsee and I can -not- look at that stove for long.
I get that people cook like this because they're either poor or have simply never learned attention to detail when cooking. What I don't get is why they think they are good enough to showcase their advice on YouTube.
A little backstory.
Joe bought provisions over to the Philippines when Americans were stationed there during WWII.
The locals were fascinated by the American products. And they started making things with them but they didn't know what the fuck they were doing. But it didn't stop them.
It's adorable, really. Like space aliens who suddenly found a bunch of earth foods but had no clue how they were prepared.
So yeah, this was considered some high class kind of shit.
Which breaks my brain a little because their traditional fare looks really nice. The Philippines are a place known for some nice, if not world famous cuisine.
I don't see the appeal to what amounts to cobbled together 'prison food'. But I guess it was different from what people normally ate so they went nuts for it.
Why the hell would you peel your potatoes?
Hmmmm . . .I know Finland has a lot of unemployed middle-aged guys (like pic).
But he seems to be surrounded by electronic gizmos, so I presumed he just messed about of the web and cooked whatever came to hand. Nothing wrong with that!
I've seen many episodes of this show but can't remember the name to save my life. I'm sure you can find it on /t/ tho. Or just google "gaki no tsukai" and do your own research from there.
I'm guessing this is Eggos and some kind of tomato sauce.
so what did you do anon? and don't fucking say you were innocent
Every bit of the video is worse than the last.
but that pic is the opposite of disgusting
to be fair, the sweet sue brand does have a pretty good broth, and the chicken itself isnt that bad. I afoten use the broth it self for soups,gravy,and other assorted chicken related dishes. AS for the meat I otfen strip it and use mix it in with rice and bake it
I make my own with homemade peanut butter and Cadbury chocolate. Infinitely better, though my friends tell me I'm just being retarded and that I should just eat Reese's. They don't like them either, they just eat American chocolate and enjoy it.
You must have been in one of those Beverly Hills jails. The four different jails I've been in, we were given microwaved sandwiches or just one of those Otis Spunkmeyer muffins. That's if we got fed at all.
this is a japanese comedy show in which they try to come up with different versions of already existing food. i give everyone advice , you should definitely watch it. I think someone subtitles them too. They are so funny.
Gaki no Tsukai