What food do you make for yourself while watching movies?
Pic related, nachos with cheese, guacamole and salsa sauce
You've got some fungus growing in your spaghetti there, pleighboi
Preferably something like this. Except with turkey on the sandwich, I don't think I see any meat on the one in this picture.
you couldn't google turkey sandwich? you fucking maroon 5 faggot lick these nuts
>you must be white.
you're saying that like it's an insult
digusting. he doesn't even get a crust on the mac and cheese. that roux was pathetic he added the ingredient in the wrong order. he put cream and cream cheese in . this meme recipe shit needs to stop . also 2016 and still drinking beer holy fuck pleb shit
>he thinks American's are the worst microwave offenders
>when Picard Surgelés is a thing
>nothing has covered Paris this quickly since the Nazis
your shitpost game is weak af desu
that creme brulee is legit af tho desu senpai
>I've never heard of anyone having back problems from jogging
it's really not a good idea overall, because of the impact on your feet, legs, and back. Using proper shoes and form will mitigate the impact and make it "bearable," but if you must to aerobic exercise, it's better to do something with little or no impact.
>murica fug ye
You fucking savage
having pic related tonight, but too tired to watch a movie
Implying my skinny legs and thigh gap don't make up for it
That's like my rent in wasted olive oil. Jesus.
>comfy as fuck-check
>quick and easy-check
Perfect flick food.
Calm down Upton Sinclair, it's not The Jungle anymore.
Plenty of upscale eateries now cook pork to temp, like for the last 10 or so years. Not one report of sickness or disease has come since then.
You're more likely to get sick from improperly prepared fish.
I don't have a blender and passata costs about the same. Roughly the same nutritional value so it's all good. Tastes a lot stronger than chopped tomatoes though, so I have to add a lot more to my sauces and soups to get the balance right (usually red wine or herbs, sometimes just water).
>not enjoying delicious steak tartare
Just google one, i have an immersion blender so its really easy but you can just use a blender too. The basic idea of a tomato basil soup is pretty simple across the board, you can add whatever you think would be good to it too.
>You dip the sandwitch in the tomato soup or something?
Yup. It's a comfort food for me, especially when it's cold out. (Don't forget a pickle or two).
Fair enough, I usually just use a canned soup and add diced tomato to it.
If you're the immersion blender guy, why not make fresh soup?
Even without a blender it's not hard. Or you could use some canned ingredients but more fresh ones.
Chicken soup is a simple and easy one, and chicken always tastes a lot better fresh.
This guy gets it. I've tried countless cheese boards and cheddar is still objectively the best cheese. Monterey Jack is the best American cheese and proves that American cheese isn't as bad as the memes make it out to be.
Why cream cheese? I don't, I just don't get it.
Mac and cheese is easy - make your roux, slowly add your milk then add your cheddar cheese. Once the sauce is smooth add your macaroni, mix, and top with some leftover cheese and shove in the oven (or under the grill) till you have a nice brown topping. An idiot once shown can make a perfectly delicious mac and cheese.