IMO Pork>Chicken>Beef/Veal>Venison>Lamb>Exotic meats
SO for me Lamb and mutton are shit anglo food.
>Tout est bon dans le cochon
Chocolate: Eh I dunno
Chocolate: Who gives a fuck
Also go to bed Norway
I've never had any fish that I outright hated. I don't eat much fish, though.
Crispy skin leather jacket
>Fuck shark meat
Wakame pickle salad
>Asparagus is overrated
>haven't found a time or a place for starfruit
I don't eat enough chocolate to have an opinion on them.
How can people dislike lemon and olives and be on the cooking board?
Because the first time I tried it, it literally tasted like nothing. Like it had no taste, almost completely tasteless, even less taste than water. The second time I tried it, it tasted like cum.
First question is how would you know what cum tastes like. Second question, How would a fruit magically transition from tasteless to tasting like semen.
Anon you have some explaining to do.
Could be because the first was ripe/not ripe/way past ripe or the second could have been any of those.
Also, what kind of guy didn't taste his own cum at least once when he was a kid? Also you can pretty much assume what cum tastes like just by asking any girl, or the internet.
Eastern Med and Durkadurkaland/North Africa, not Western Med. Western Med eats lamb, sure, but not a hell of a whole lot. Certainly not anywhere near as much as we eat other meats. My part of the Western Med is just about the only one that eats goat, I think. Unlike others, where roast lamb is the traditional Easter meal, my area eats roast kid. In the Western Med, mutton is almost non-existent.
>was watching this video the other day
>american showing some brit some american stuff
>everyone having a good time
>some old lady chimes in "Hershey's is the best chocolate in the world"
>nobody says anything and it just kinda gets awkward
I was visibly shaking, cringing, and frothing at the mouth. I hate that I live in a country with a retard like this and possibly even more.
>Look at me, I deconstructed 4chan. I must be the first person to recognise how petty and childish this website is. Arguing and having opinions is utterly beneath me. I'm not going to contribute to the discussion, but I'm going to make this post to show aloof and disinterested I am
>I'm super mad for someone pointing out how terrible of a thread this is!
I could not help but notice your png was not optimized anon.
I have optimized your png.
Your png is now optimized.
Ya, right, you're had kobe beef before.
Fuck off, choose something else.
The fact that so many people rave about it is WHY I called it overrated. I've tried dozens and dozens of varieties of fish and salmon, while decent, is just not a top-tier fish in my opinion. Go to high-end restaurants enough and you'll notice that salmon is rarely on the menu as a main course because there are just so many other, more exciting fishes to eat. Smoked salmon is a very common starter but it's very different to cooked salmon.
You don't like turkey, swordfish or cauliflower?
Holy shit anon, I'm not trying to just be a confrontational, put-you-on-the-spot, always disagreeing nigger like every anon always is, but I seriously never tried nor did I want to try my cum when I was a kid. Is this seriously a thing? If I walk in on my kid jerking it that's one thing, but I would be mortified if I walked in on him trying to taste his semen.
>Go to high-end restaurants enough and you'll notice that salmon is rarely on the menu as a main course because there are just so many other, more exciting fishes to eat. Smoked salmon is a very common starter but it's very different to cooked salmon.
I have never noticed that. In fact, the last "high end" restaurant I went to had salmon privately flown in from the Copper River in Alaska three times a week. Perhaps on the east coast it is different because Atlantic Salmon is quite a bit inferior to Pacific Salmon.
The only thing I see at high end restaurants more often are Ahi and Swordfish
Fruit: ripe strawberries
Meat: olive loaf
Fruit: unripe strawberries
Hmm. Well I'm speaking from a UK perspective. I guess salmon is more a Pacific thing. The only time I really eat it is at Japanese restaurants or at home. I guess the reason I rarely see it on menus is that it's not a staple part of British or French cuisine. Modern British restaurants like to use local ingredients as much as they can