Good food in this thread, no fucking noodles or memes allowed
>literally slices of tomato on top of pizza
way to fuckin' ruin it senpai
well then post good food in the first place. all I can see is a obese person stuffing themselves with crap and they know it because they got the prilosec ready. your definition of good food is thwarted if you require medication to cooe with it!
Cleaning my pantry today. Discovered I have more sardines than previously believed.
Protips: I don't know why, but generic store brand pickles are always WAY better than any brand name pickles. Fresher, crispier and more flavorful. Probably has to do with the fact that it's fucking mostly vinegar water and some spices and a vegetable in glass that anyone can manufacture. That and brands are always trying to appeal to the largest audience possible so make everything bland as shit to not upset anyone.
Why doesn't the term "good food" rhyme, does this bug anyone else?
I've had a craving for tomatoes like that recently. I love them. Baked beans are a breakfast staple in the southern United States. And I've often had breakfast omelettes with mushrooms in them. So. It's all okay with me.
All I see is that tomato. Really couldn't care less about everything else there. Though I love it when diners or whatever cut toast that way.
I lied about that, grew up in the Hudson Valley. You're the real asshole here, though. Just know that. People have misconceptions. It was English breakfast I was thinking of. My mistake. Sorry for being off the mark. Not ignorant. No need to be a prick about it.
>oh please i just make a lot of mistakes and lie on the internet a lot because i like to see myself type dont call my bullshit and be mean to me no bully pls
i hear they like your kind at reddit, they wont fatshame you there either
self harming. where are the vegetables, salad, glas with water?
No it fucking isn't. Tahdig is only the crispy part from the bottom of the pot, which you would know if you actually spoke a word of Farsi.
The whole thing is called 'Chelov' if made with just rice and 'Polov', Farsi for Pilaf, if you add stuff like turkey and herbs before steaming as was done here.
Just made this.
On a scale of 1/America how did I do?
i'll never understand why they dont put a little more effort into the presentation of seafood like this. i wouldn't eat a fucking cow with the skin and fur still attached, and i wouldn't eat an entire crab with the shell completely intact