Do average men cook in your country?
What is your dish to cook?
This, they are like Russian equivalent of ramen, because they are easy to prepare and it's usually bachelors or men living alone that eat these frozen pelmeni.
Home-made pelmeni are, however, god-tier.
I put minced pig meat, fry it, then chopped onion, chopped tomatoes, red beans, green pea and corn in a pan, add some species, water, boil it for around 1 hour.
Eat with bread.
Cheap, tasty dish, 15 minutes of work, lasts for 3 days.
I am not English I am Scottish.
But I usually make beans on toast, or a pot noodle, or put some fish fingers in the oven or else eat a rustlers burger ahah.
It looks yummy, but
It is difficult for me to cook. Only Edamame is good and easy.
I can make curry rice. and I eat it alone. It lasts for 3 days like Poland-kun.
Our beans are very different to the rest of the world. They are sweet and savoury.
I can make a nice shephards pie which lasts about 3 days but that is once in a blue moon.
well its not easy; anything requiring open fire and a cauldron is a "dish" made by men.
>pic related its a stew
I live alone and usually cook.
It has a lot to do with a very sexist society. I think I cook fairly well and it's a big turn on for femanons. But food here is really really cheap. You can get meals for under a dollar, so why bother learning to cook?
when it comes to older generations, women usually cook
with youngsters, it's usually either men or a concerted effort
>that looks so fucking plain
it's filled with spiced minced meat and sometimes dunked in vinegar
>But food here is really really cheap
Fuck you little sneaky nigger cunts. The charities on TV have been trying to pull the whole you guys can't afford a bottle of water or a pack of soup for centuries and asking us to donate 2 pound a month so you can buy bread.
What are easy tasty Indian food that you make friend? For my part, in Quebec, men usually knows how to cook. Due to feminism, a lot of house chores are equally divided and cooking is not an exception.
My dish to cook would be sandwiches, it's always so fucking tasty I can't get enough of it. The bread make all the difference thought. My secret ingredient is dry basil, it always add that extra comfy flavor.
> "once every couple of months"
> shephards pie
>using an oven
O-oh・・・・・I have a microwave oven, but I've never used its oven.
You can cook these in the microwave and they are the same thing.
I want to do that when I have a child.
I don't know why, but cooking with dynamic fire is for men dish.
What else do you cook? I want to see a pic.
>Do average men cook in your country?
1. Gather the ingredients as shown.
2. Apply knife to ingredients.
3. Combine ingredients.
4. Consume with alcohol.
in finland we have this thing called macaron mush
No worries, fampai. I didn't take it negatively.
I have a decent paying job for local standards, so pretty comfy desu. Good food, good nature and weather, best women in Africa and good enough internet to hang out with you guys.
Alternative, open jar of liutenica, apply to bread, add pieces of sirene, consume.
Charquican, easy as hell to do and tasty. Looks like barf but tastes amazing.
This is an average meal for me. I prefer mashed potatoes and way more broccoli. I also like to fry a sliced onion for a 4th side. Sometimes, I don't bother to cook chicken and just eat the vegetables.
Well, I don't know international customs actually, so I wanted to know male cooking issues in countries.
My mother always says "YOU HAVE TO HAVE MORE vegetables!!!!!!! "
How about you?
Calm down please.
Veggies are really cheap here. A plate of pic related is about a dollar. I like the feeling of a vegeterian meal as well as shitting properly, but most men refuse to eat veg here. Roasted meat and beer is a standard breakfast for older men.
Ah, I'm glad to hear that.
I googled Ethiopian food in Tokyo restraunt. It looks yummy, but so difficult to cook for me.......
>Do average men cook in your country?
>What is your dish to cook?
Mushroom and cheese omelette, pic related
You'll find a recipe easily
I may find it in Costco.
What were your great grandpa baking?
I think your great grandpa did it with his proud if it is true.
If not, you shouldn't use the pic only with your banter.
Yes, it's more a cottage omelette.
A real French omelette, pic related, is harder to make in my opinion, you need to use a lot of olive oil and can't use as many ingredients
>Ethiopian food in Japan
I find it it difficult myself. It seems like old grannies are the only ones with such powers. Chicken curry is my go to meal when I cook.
Ah, well. I wrote poor English.
First of all, I thought your pic is one of the banter for this food thread.
But I thought it has some meaning for you that I didn't know.
I ment that if this pic was the true pic you have and your great grandpa worked it with his working belief at that time,
You shouldn't post it in this thread.
You should post it in other more context thread.
You mustn't waste your significant imfo here, I think.
I'm sorry for my poor English.
>tfw Ethiopian world infestation is going according to plan.
I suggest getting awaze tibbs, kitfo (raw ground beef) and a mixed veggie assortment.
I know this kind of food is good for me.
Yeah. it is fried rice.
Actually, in Japan, we call it "Cha-han" or "Yaki meshi"
I cook it with oil, rice, egg, leek, and so on in pan.
I think it's from Chaina or some Asian countries.
Nasi Goreng is famous in Japana, but Friends and me know it needs some special flavor to make.