An entire cheeseburger.
When I went to Italy and found out that a whole burger is like $15 I almost had a stroke
I could buy three, and each one bigger, for that price.
I just had a 4 for $4 at Wendy's 2bh.
>Junior bacon cheeseburger
>four (4) chicken nuggets
>like a huge order of fries
>a giant ass drink
>mfw I know deep down those fries and drink were definitely the "small" portion.
>Mfw the "junior" bacon cheeseburger was a regular sized burger
Feels pretty bad. Also I hadn't had fast food in like 6 months before so I know my shit is gonna be liquid tomorrow. Such is life as an American
I have never heard of mustard on a hamburger in my life.
Am I being meme'd?
>he doesn't put mustard on his burgers
>The federal taxes paid by Puerto Rico residents include import/export taxes, Federal commodity taxes, social security taxes, among others. Residents also pay Federal payroll taxes, such as Social Security and Medicare taxes.
>Sales tax is 11.5%
food is kindda cheap here, my weekly fresh market budget is around $5 (fresh produce, greens)
or 3 serving of pic related
19 packets of ramen noodles. that's like 19 meals. stay mad tho. you can chomp down on cheap mass produced trans fat burger crap while i eat exclusive asian cuisine with authentic flavoring
in the middle is white rice topped with fried shallots
from 9oclock: eggs with chilies, skewered chicken, fritters, slice of tomatoes & cucumbers with chilli paste, long beans, beansprouts and shredded coconut and finally mangoes with chilies
$4 for 3 servings of pic related
What resturaunt is this?
Also, Wendy's has a 4 for $4 deal too but it sucks. For just about a quarter more I can get a 2 for $2 at McDonald's which means a burger and a decent portion of fries, a 79¢ 44oz icee at Circle K, and 10pc chicken nuggets at Burger King for $1.50.
Most types of meals, in most restaurants way better than that shit.
By the way McD and Burger King is shit in Thailand and also expensive.
The Hamburger meat quality is best in Europe, then in America and Thailand is shit tier.
Half a pide, self made döner stick (not grinded: yaprak) for 5€, salads and sauces as you wish inclusive.
A pack of cheap cigs of 10 and 1 estathe
For 4€ I get 4 boxes of this, which I actually just bought.
It's not that I need his approval, but we've got a really small kitchen so we always share the meal. Also the little faggot hates the smell of organ meat cooking, despite always putting on a "le manly tough guy that drinks whiskey and eats boar meat". He almost puked when once I served him pork liver with onions
>pork liver with onions
I'd puke too.
[spoiler]Seared pork liver with only some salt as it leaves the pan with a side of canned pea with mayo.[/spoiler]
It's the chicken liver that goes with onions (lightly braised/stewed).
>polish trying to tell us how to cook
Dude listen to
And try... you wont regret
Me mums makes it sometimes and I never liked soft and spongy (as in old, wet, dish sponge) pork liver, sorry. I liked it better springy and plain.
>trying to tell us how to cook
Trying to tell you different people might have different tastes.
1/5 of a watermelon
Not going to bother doing any yen to dollar conversions but not nearly as much as that
Jelly as fuck
All the ingredients necessary to make a full plate of spaghetti carbonara, plus one 330ml beer can.
3 large free-range egg yolks
40 g Parmesan cheese , plus extra to serve
freshly ground black pepper
1 x 150 g piece of higher-welfare pancetta
200 g spaghetti
1 clove of garlic , peeled
extra virgin olive oil
a gyros plate
4 McD cheeseburgers
a large menu at the local chinese buffet with a drink
a pizza from Don Pepe
He lowered taxes by a lot for corporations when oil was expensive as shit with the promise that it would improve our economy. Not only did it not improve our economy, we're in a recession now with the low oil prices and literally nothing to show for it.
Norway and even fucking Arabs used their oil money to build cities, railroads and have hundreds of billions left over.
Guess what you Pol-shit? That's wrong.
>Fry that liver
>Cook that bitch in gravy with some onions (make sure you make enough for leftovers. Slapping a piece between two pieces of white bread is a great joy)
>Heavy hitters, you got two choices. Rice or mashed potatoes. It's served with the gravy of the liver
>Then you got peas or corn
>Breads, you make cornbread on the lighter, fluffier side. (we save the dense shit for soups and greens)
This is how you cook in the only place that matters. THE SOUTH!