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I want fastfoodfags/massproducedcrap/ramenfags/fitfags/people complaining about food x/y or complain about people complaining x/y to leave.
That stuff isn't food, and making ramen isn't cooking, its just following directions any monkey can follow.
Seriously, the fact that any of these threads are allowed is atrocious. We rarely have any real cooking threads at all, and even then half of the time the results are mediocre as hell.
Please, read my post honestly and ask yourselves whether this should be what is on a food/cooking board or not.
If you share similar grievances with this board, please post in this thread as well.
Pic related, what I want to see more of. It isn't the greatest dish or the most well presented/made, but at least put some effort into your posts. It's like you have no sense of shame posting absolute shit.
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Hey guys, I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but I didn't see any drink forums or anything like that.
On New Years Eve, I had two different brands of pink Moscato. It doesn't matter what the brand was, they were both delicious, of course. Now I'm looking to buy some for this weekend to celebrate (friend turning 21, NHL lockout ending), but the problem is I don't know any brands, and which ones are good or not.
I'm a cash-strapped college student, so I'm looking for something good, and relatively cheep (preferably around $20, willing to go up to $30, doesn't matter the size as long as it's at least 750 mL), which I know is like an oxymoron when talking about this kind of stuff, as well as popular, because I go to college in Grand Forks, ND, so the selection probably won't be too out of this world.
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I've recently become fairly interested in bartending, and set up a little bar in my garage for my buddies and myself.
I'd like to know some tips of the trade, along with techniques, recipes, or some stories from experience.
Anything I can learn, I'd be most grateful.
Pic related, drink recipes
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What's it called when you throw eggs into a frying pan, and just leave them to fry, so the egg and yolk cook up seperately.
And then somewhere in the middle, you break the yolk, but dont nessicarily mix it into the near cooked white, and wait for it all to fully cook.
What the hell is that called.