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You're going to hate me for making these in the first place, but I was making a Pasta n Sauce just now (in case you don't have it in america, it's a dried pasta thing with powdered sauce, you add water and milk then microwave).
Obviously since it is just an easy as fuck microwave thing, the process is the same every time, but usually the sauce is nice and thick by the time I take it out of the microwave, but this time the sauce is really runny, despite that I did it exactly the same.
I smelt my milk before putting it in, and it smelt kind of different, it wasn't gone off or sour, but it smelt a bit stronger, could milk going out of date change it's properties, and make it less likely to evaporate or whatever needs to happen to make the sauce thick?
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So, I was watching Adam's Richman's Best Sandwich in America and a Philly Cheesesteak was introduced as a wild card...
Wild Card #1 (Recommended by G. Love): Cheesesteak with 3/4-pound sliced beef, five slices of provolone cheese, "long hots" (hot peppers), and fried onions all topped with mayo and ketchup on a sesame seed Italian roll from John's Roast Pork in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This fat motherfucker put a DOUBLE portion of ketchup on the sandwich. Ketchup was spread on the roll and drizzled all over it.
Can you believe this shit?
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I HAVE A SERIOUS QUESTION ABOUT SOME TACOS I AM ABOUT TO EAT
My ground beef was grey, from sitting in the fridge. Didn't smell bad, but maybe a little off? The smell didn't make me wretch, it just smelled like ground beef with a little something else. Maybe boot leather? Anyway, I figured it wasn't too far gone and cooked the fuck out of it. It's been simmering for over an hour, just to be sure.
Now the texture is weird. Like, too soft. I know that if you age a steak, it gets soft because bacteria eat most of the connective tissue, and I guess ground beef could work the same way? Did bacteria eat the structural stability of my ground beef, just enough to make it feel weird?
Basically, I cooked it to death, so all the germs and shit should be dead, right? Will eating this taco make me shit my guts out?