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Say you were going to die in 12 hours, You have no way to extend your life and you cannot commit suicide.


What is your final meal?

Under $100 USD
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>>9550528
100 dollars worth of heroin
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>>9559210
My nigga
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>>9550528
$100 worth of sweetfire chicken breast and chow mein from panda express. I'll eat it all there while crying
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>>9550710
Fucking Canadians.
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A box of fried dumplings, One Wendy's triple Baconator, Rib Crib Onion Rings, A Bowl of Coleslaw, A rack of Apple butter Ribs, Coconut Shrimp, Garlic Mashed potatoes, California Roll and Water and Famous Grouse Smokey black to wash it down. Might of gone a little over on price though.

Why isn't /ck/ talking about America's favorite condiment/dip? This shit goes great on everything. What's the best salsa brand or recipe?

(pic related, god-tier salsa)

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Why are Filipino restaurants so fucking expensive?
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>>9561899
Because flips are alphas who know your beta bitch ass will pay whatever price they set.
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>>9561899
>>9561904
Because they know it tastes good enough that people will pay the extra price... It's literally the best tasting but worst food for you on the entire planet... the fucking pork in that filip sauce with the skin.... shieeeeeeeeeeeeettttttttttttt
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>>9561899
Flip here
Any flip restaurant I’ve been to is cheap as fuck, and servings are big
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>>9561930
Crispy Pata is always expensive, like 15 bucks.
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>>9561904
everytime with that pic lol.
i showed this to my filipena gf and she just rolled her eyes and said thats stupid. I was disappointed.

So there's "good cuts" like steak tips and chicken breast, salmon, sirloin, etc. that start at $5.00/lb, that's not what I'm talking about. I'm not talking about offal either, I'm not impoverished I'm just thrifty. What I'm talking about is the $3.00/lb and under cuts, chicken thighs, beef shanks, frozen salt cod, etc. What do you make with these cuts? What are other meat sources in the price range that may not be commonly thought of? Post your dish ideas and thoughts and junk
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>>9561714
>need more veggies
Next time youre at the store grab some root veg like potato and some stalky veg like asparagus. Chop them up kinda small and add them to the pan with your chicken when you bake it.
The fat that cooks out of the chicken will cook into the veggies making them tender and flavorful.
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I've gone to a butcher's and gotten lamb neck, that was really good in a curry (only cooked it a couple hours as well).
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>>9559312
lmao is that maddie?
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>>9550977
In the US, I find sales on tuna are good during Lent. Though I may just be in a state with a lot of catholics.

>>9559312
Wow, they're like plastic models of people.

>>9561732
I do put them in with the chicken, potatoes at least. I more meant the leafy greens, I get enough legumes and starches I think.
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>>9542455 #
>are you one of those dumb motherfuckers who doesn't shop sales but then complains about grocery costs?
>>9561509
>a lb and 15oz of chicken boobies was like 9$
>1.9375lbs of chicken boobies was like 9$
>chicken boobies was like $4.65/lb
Dumb motherfucker confirmed.

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I dare /ck/ to refute this.
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i have a reverse osmosis filter. i only like the taste of pure water
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>>9546618
Whoever made this owes allegiance to Coca-Cola.
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If you can't drink your tap water you should probably rethink where you live.
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WHERE'S THE FUCKING BONAQUA
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>>9546618

Do you think prime rib burgers are stupid? Why destroy an expensive steak when chuck works just fine?
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>>9553634
How can people drink beer with a big meal the beer just makes me bloated and gassy in that situation?
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>>9558990
Gold in a grinder doesn't change that it's gold. You melt it back down and boom! Gold whatever. A steak can be ruined and not put back together.
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>>9555623
>A few years ago, someone I know,

the lack of toasted buns REALLY got me triggered
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>>9553603
90/10
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>>9559005
Americans

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Welcome to the /ck/ challenge: MEXICAN INSPIRED!
>Thread 2

>JUST IN TIME FOR DIAS DE LOS MUERTOS

That's right: MEXICAN INSPIRED.
What does that mean? Well, if you can't figure this shit out you should probably stay away from the knives.

*******
Dishes will be scored on the following areas, so keep that in mind.

-Presentation: The appearance of items on the plate; plating skills
-Originality: Creativity in composing the dish
-Appeal: How appetizing the food looks/whether or not the dish appeals to your personal taste as a voter
-Challenge Goals: How closely the entry followed the challenge goal(s)

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Alright, after toying around a bit: lamb loin with mole & yucca salad.

Lamb was seasoned with...
>salt
>marjoram
>thyme
>cumin
>coriander
Rubbed down and left to marinate overnight, brought to room temp & into the oven for roasting

Mole contains...
>guajillos
>pasillos
>chipotles
>dried apricots

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>>9559412
>>9559422
Thanks for the entry!
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>>9559889
Why don't you let things touch? Have a touch of the 'tism?
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>>9559889
Thanks for the entry!
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A bit of the ol' bumparoo

Name a better cereal killer.
>Protip
You can't

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quick one 2day
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>>9560961
Looks like purple dinosaur vomit.
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>>9560536
>unknown brown substance
Probably butter and yeast extract
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>>9559035
Looks like oil to me.

I prefer mine fast boiled personally, some call them "soldier eggs". Only a few minutes in a rolling boil so the yoke stays gooey.

>>9560536
Not memeing, but do people look down on avocado toast for any reason beyond it being a fad with hipsters? I tried it the other day and it wasn't bad, though personally I'd sooner make an egg sandwich with an avocado spread. Or is there a culture around it, like it gets too much hype at overhyped trendy restaurants, and so people more hate the culture around it than the food itself?
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>>9561462
it's not about restaurants, more cookbooks and tv chefs and social media. too many people actively say they like it, basically.
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>>9561192
cheers. it doesn't look like much but that's 3 eggs, just scrambled slowly.maybe 4 next time

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Does it make sense to add a bay leaf to pasta water when cooking pasta or is it bullshit?
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>>9561808
You don't add bay leaf to pasta water you fucking idiot.
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If you want to flavour your pasta with bay, sure.
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would not add to pasta, but to sauces, depending on what kind of sauce you do.
also to pretty much all soups and stews I normally cook
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Good enough for Gordon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7Fm3rLGtjM&t=26

How do you make good fried chicken at home without a deep deep fryer? Is it possible?
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I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda
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>>9560802
shit nigga just ask Chef John

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxEhH6MPH28
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>>9560802
I have a deep old pan that I've had for fucking ever that I use a deep frying pan. It conducts and holds heat really well despite being a crusty old thing. I just watch the chicken carefully and turn it when needed.
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>>9560802
Hello sir, how may I further degrade myself?
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>>9560865
By quitting and working at kfc

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Why is mid-century American cuisine so shameful? When did American food actually get good?
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>>9560003
It's still a corporate test kitchen recipe, which is legacy Home Economics. That shit was never about good cooking.
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>>9560077
>corporate test kitchen stumbles upon a decent concept so long as it's taken out of the context of using sub par ingredients and no technique
A lot of their stuff was taking decent dishes and turning them to shit in order to accommodate the use of their products. It's not a difficult thing to see why it could work in the reverse, is it?
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>>9560003
>Rough-textured, watery beans and half-charred onions bound together with processed slime
no thanks
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>>9560595
post your dinner
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>>9560096
>A lot of their stuff was taking decent dishes and turning them to shit in order to accommodate the use of their products
I think it was more pulling shit out of thin air based on the ideals of Home Economics, which valued efficiency over flavor and tradition. The goals were not the pleasures of the dining experience, the goals were efficiency of prep and maximizing nutrition based on the inexact science of the day. Vitamins had just been discovered, along with the realization that large chunks of the population were vitamin deficient. The effort was aimed at modernizing how people ate, and tradition was seen as backwards. After those minds that gave us grim Depression era dishes they ended up working in test kitchens with corporate money behind them and advertising to sell the results to a newly minted (and very credulous) middle class who pretty much took whatever they read in Good Housekeeping as gospel. That's where this particular kind of foodgore came from.

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What food and drink is the most a e s t h e t i c ?
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>>9560975
>aesthetic
Retard.
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>salmon sandwich

Not bad desu

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What's so special about Irish butter?

The local grocery store started carrying this so I bought a package at twice what I usually pay. The butter is certainly good, but does anyone think that it is really worth paying twice as much as for regular butter?

Is there any dish that using this is clearly better than regular butter?
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>>9561577
>Kerrygold
>fancy
Fucking hell, /ck/........
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>>9561717
i usually buy walmart butter at half the price, take your hoity toity attitude elsewhere
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>>9549334
>now

Is this why butterprices have increased?
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>>9561698

I mainly tried it on bread, baked potatoes, and popcorn. I also put some in the pan while frying eggs.
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>>9556640
>But keep in mind that not all ranchers or farmers would necessarily go to the same level of effort as you did.
Quite seriously 99.999% of cattle ranchers in the US do the same. You think a rancher EVER wants to spend money on supplemental feed if they don't have to? Conversely, you do realize that cattle being sold is graded so the better the cow, the better the price? There's literally no reason for a rancher to take shortcuts. The only time you really see problems with herds is if they get sick for some reason or there's some kind of disaster (like the wildfires that have been burning down Montana all summer). A meat cow isn't a chicken or pig.

Is coconut milk worth the hype? Is it as good for you as people say, can you use it in a lot of things, is it worth the money?
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>>9561632
It's fucking delicious. Great in desserts and also for making curries, especially southern Indian and Thai style. Worth the money? Absolutely.

Health? You're thinking of coconut water, not coconut milk. Coconut water is advertised as being a natural source of electrolytes. It's nothing special, just think of it like Gatorade. Coconut milk--the good kind anyway--is fairly high in calories because it contains fat. But I wouldn't call it "unhealthy".
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polite sage, because this: >>9561640 is pretty much all that the is to be said aboit it.
coconut milk is just the flesh blended with some water. tiny addendum: when mixed with a teaspoon full of unsalted, unsweetened peanut butter, it is a magnificent sauce for chicken medallions/skewers.



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