foreign brands you fucking love appreciation thread
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Holy shit you flabby americunts are some lucky bastards
I was walking around a 99p shop yesterday (bong here) looking for old throwback food brands that you dont see anymore in big supermarkets like frisps and brannigans etc....
suddenly i came across these. after reading about ameritubs raving about arizona ice tea on here i bought one of each flavour
So far ive tried the original green tea with honey, which was nice, pleasant and refreshing, you can taste the slight bitterness of the tea then the honey comes through after
The mucho mango blew my mind, mango juice is one of my favourite flavours but it is always too sweet, but this bottle of goodness gets the balance perfectly. Sadly i had to share it because i was up to my optimum calorie level last night
Just tried the strawberry lemonade and it is fucking great also, you can taste the flavours come through perfectly
I have blueberry, pomegranate and fruit punch left to try and while i dont want to get my hopes up for the other flavours i will be pretty devastated if they are shit. Im already making plans to go on another 30+ mile radius trip to scoop up the rest before anyone else gets them before me
What foreign brands of food/drink do you love /ck/?
50 dollar a week budget
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I have a 50 dollar/per week budget for food for the next two months. I also am trying to eat healthy
I already have a plethora of rice and spices. So those are my current staples to work with. I've had this budget for a while actually, but I've been fucking up and impulsively buying unnecessary/expensive food.
Can anyone help out?
Breakfast and lunch kinda have to be on-the-go. I start work in two weeks (I have this budget because I work for school district, haven no munz in summer, don't get paid until late september).
Anyone give me ideas? I'm not a picky eater, but if I eat the same thing every day, I feel like puking or not eating. Also, I don't do dairy.
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Quick Question: What's the best way to reheat lasagna that was made yesterday and currently in the fridge?
More Open-Ended Question with Backstory: Any caterer's tips for heating food and bringing it somewhere?
Bringing a meal for family when we visit my grandma in physical rehab. I figure pop the foil-covered lasagna in at 350 for half an hour, put the soup on a burner for about half an hour until boiling, and do the breadsticks about T-10 from the other dishes. Then throw all the breadsticks in foil, put foil over the top of my dutch oven then the lid (to prevent spillage), put the lasagnas on baking trays still in their serving trays, throw it all in the back of the escort on a blanket, then drive the 15 minutes to the hospital.
Any flaws here?