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What do you think about using a french press to brew coffee?
I personally, find that this is the best method. It gives a full, fatty flavour to the coffee, with low acidity. This way I find myself often drinking my coffee with nothing added to it, because it doesn't need anything, it's delicious at it is.
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Who had the best last meal?
>Alton Coleman, executed in Ohio in 2002: Well done filet mignon smothered with mushrooms, fried chicken breasts, a salad with French dressing, sweet potato pie with whipped cream, French fries, collard greens, onion rings, cornbread, broccoli with melted cheese, biscuits and gravy, and a cherry Coke.
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I have a question for those who work or have worked at a McDonald's restaurant.
One of the things I really dislike is the seemingly recent inconsistencies regarding the portions of shredded iceberg lettuce in McChicken and Big Mac sandwiches. I first noticed it around the first or second week of April and it seems to be getting worse.
How do McDonald's employees portion out the iceberg lettuce? Do they have a specific scooping instrument that ensures consistent dispensing or do they simply use their hands? I cannot imagine the latter, especially from a restaurant known for their consistent food quality.
For a recent example, yesterday I purchased a McChicken combo with a Diet Coke and a bacon cheeseburger on the side and there was so much iceberg lettuce in the McChicken that it had overflowed into the wrapper and I actually had to use two napkins to remove the excess. I also ended up removing the majority of the McChicken mayonnaise sauce, but luckily I had asked for extra packets to apply to my French fries and the bacon cheeseburger.
Today, I ordered a Big Mac sandwich (no combo) and a chicken wrap. The Big Mac sandwich has very little iceberg lettuce while the chicken wrap had a noticeably above average amount.
Does McDonald's allot different amounts of iceberg lettuce per sandwich, or is it simply according to the training and subjective judgement of the worker? Can one ask for whole iceberg lettuce leaves instead of shredded iceberg lettuce, or would that be considered too finicky by the staff? I think that whole leaves would be texturally superior on a McChicken but I would prefer the shredded version on a chicken wrap or Big Mac.
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Can we talk sweet, sweet mothafuckin cinnamon rolls?
My girlfriend is coming back into the country after a weeklong trip tomorrow, and I really want to surprise her with some elevated shit. I was thinking about using the Paula Deen recipe cause lord knows paula should be able to cook some cinnamon rolls with her fat ass. However, we try to stay at least marginally healthy even when eating shit like this
How much could I reduce the butter/sugar in her recipe? She seems to always go so overboard with both, but I still want them to be good-ass cinnamon rolls and not taste all doughy and veganish. Also, I have to make everything by hand, I have no mixer or anything. I've never worked with yeast before and I'm worried I'm gonna fuck up the dough.