ITT /mu/ talks about food like /mu/ talks about music
i just keep clicking refresh until it gives me text. i'm not being bullied by google and its stupid bullshit. i feel like a monkey in a laboratory
>Good job on the captcha!
>Here's your reward:
you can always buy a 4chan Pass...
Can you guys suggest some types of cake? Just no vanilla, chocolate, not too much cream, not too moist but make sure it's moist enough, make sure it's exactly like this strawberry cake i'm having now.
Kinda darker than your request but you'll like it if you're not a pussybabyfaggot
we're proud of you anon. the first step in not being a plen is admitting you have a problem. i don't know what flow chart you speak of but tuna and salmon is the easiest gateway sushi. start with rolls if you have to, but god-tier is nigiri.
Come on everybody! Pick your K-Cook waifu!
What is the objectively best cookbook ever and why is it Thomas Keller's French Laundry?
dude the only Trappist brew'ry in America started-up nearby and the beer is soooo fucking perfect. It's like $19 a 4pk though so a bit dear. Still, shit is cash. The brothers of the Abbey spent like 3 years at the trappist abbeys in Europe learning the ~1000yr old tradition of brewing trappist ale. yum umma have to pig some up
+breakfast sandwiches, grilled meat
-asian noodle dish
rec: boeuf bourguignon
rec: tacos al pastor
+monkey on the right
-monkey on the left
rec: parmigiano reggiano
rec: white truffle sea salt
rec: new world primates
rec: home made strawberry short cake
rec: tres leches cake
The fact that so many people still name tendies and ketchup as "the greatest or most significant or most influential" food item ever only tells you how far food still is from becoming a serious art. Drink critics have long recognized that the greatest drinks of all times are Sunkist and Sweet Tea, who were not the most famous or richest or best sellers of their times, let alone of all times. Desset critics rank the highly controversial brownie over classical desserts that were highly popular in kitchens around Europe. Food critics are still blinded by commercial success. Tendies and ketchup sold more than anyone else (not true, by the way), therefore they must have been the greatest. Drink critics grow up drinking a lot of drinks of the past, dessert critics grow up eating a lot of classical dessert of the past. Food critics are often totally ignorant of the food of the past, they barely know the best sellers. No wonder they will think that the tendies and ketchup did anything worthy of being saved.
Mexican food > the rest
I'm not even talking about taco bell or fucking burritos. Pic related it's what I'm talking about. Cry all you want, but you know it's true.
How can a whole nation be so devoid of culinary talent?
as a dual US/Australian citizen I cannot agree more. Everything - from traditional holiday foods, to BBQ foods, to restaurants and roadside foods, to the condiments on the supermarket shelves - is bland and cheap in Australia
I ackchully like vegemite. i'm talking about pretty mutch everything else.
sake, maguro, unagi. stay away from the ika. it's like chomping through kneecap cartillage.
>mfw captcha just made me pick sushi