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Moved into my new house and now I'm cooking with gas. To celebrate, and to make good use of my stove, I want to get a nice wok. Who here on /ck/ can recommend a good one within the $50-80 price range? Material, make, care and maintenance, etc.
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So I've got a bunch of vanilla yoghurt that's about to go off, and I've been thinking about using it to make some ice cream. I know how to make regular ice cream from scratch (cream, sugar, eggs, flavouring), but I'm not entirely sure how I'd go about making frozen yoghurt. Do I replace the cream? The eggs? Do I just whip it with some sugar and call it a day?
fast-food prices & social class of average consumer
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Hey guys, I have a question and you might know the "answer".
so, im from Hungary and from time to time I hear ppl saying that only the lower class/poor/homeless etc americans eat mcdonalds. is it true?
btw here a bigmac menu costs approx 7 us dollars, and its shitty food. a kebap/gyros costs only 2,5 dollars, not shitfood, real meat&veggies.
also, whats the price of these in your country?
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Hi /ck/, I'm thinking of taking cooking lessons. Now I am wondering, which countries in the world have the best quisine?
I need a cuisine that is
>has simple dishes to prepare, I don't want any michelin style dishes
>high in vegetables
>incorporates meat and fish into the cuisine
>tastes good, obv
>as few added sugars as possible
>as few processed foods as possible
>a few pastry, bread, etc is okay, but not a lot
I was thinking of the South Korean cuisine. I've seen those starcraft 2 players eat and it looks delicious and healthy. Also Koreans are not fat. Any other suggestions?
Please post pictures of (your) food and why it is the best in the world?
Also reasons why I should learn to cook food from a certain country.
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I tried In-N-Out for the first time 2 days ago. I was really excited about it and was really disappointed!
I got a double cheeseburger with fried onions and fries, both "animal style". The Burger was okay, really nothing special at all. Not bad by any stretch but nothing to write home about.
The fries were actually bad. If I bought a bag of frozen fries and they ended up tasting like In-N-Out fries I would be disappointed and never buy that brand again. Just really small, bland fries. The processed cheese and other stuff made them more palatable, but not by much.
I talked to someone working there after and they told me that "yeah that food isn't that great, it's more of a nostalgic thing". The place was packed, so it must be a combination of nostalgia and word of mouth, I'm not sure.
Anyone else feel the same way?
Oh yeah, that hot pepper were good.