EBT / food stamps thread
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i just got my ebt card in the mail about a week ago, and am looking for tips/tricks on how to use it. from what i've learned, you can only use it for 'non-prepared' foods, but are there any loopholes to this (like take-and-bake pizzas)? my local gas station got this shake machine recently, but unfortunately since they are 'made' in the store you can't use ebt to buy them.
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Flavors that keep happening
I LOVE Pineapple. I will eat the shit out of anything pineapple flavored.
Or at least I would, if not for the fact that when something is pineapple flavored, it automatically means it's Coconut flavor too.
So, not Pineapple flavor, Pina Colada flavor. I just want some fucking pineapple, man.
Amy's Baking Co.
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I never frequent /ck/, so sorry if this has been posted a billion times.. I'm just at a loss for words here. A complete loss for words.
As someone who has worked on the line in a few of the highest Zagat rated kitchens in Cleveland/Cincinnati, this is just unbelievable to me that a restaurant like this can exist. Sure, the dude has the cash to keep it afloat, but holy hell is it an abortion of a restaurant.
This bitch has the palate equivalent of someone who is unable to use their eyes. Garlic aioli, truffle oil, marinated mushrooms, bleu cheese, and bacon on a burger? That is honestly one of the most disgusting flavor combinations I have ever heard of in my life.
Watch the kitchen nightmares vids at the bottom of the page, you will not be disappoint. I wish I could go to this place just to witness the shitshow that they call a restaurant.
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I had rabbit for dinner last night, first time and I gotta say I was left a little disappointed. The meat is very small, the loins of the rabbit are just tiny, while it tasted good wrapped in bacon let's face facts everything tastes good with bacon, and the legs tasted good but nothing special.
Overall 6/10, a stronger slightly gamey chicken flavor. Nothing that I would order again unless I was explicit told that the rabbit a restaurant was serving was really good.
Anyone else have an opinion on Wabbit? Should I try it again?
Simple, cheap but ridiculously tasty meals
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Come on I'm sure that all of you have such recipies. Here is one of my favourites: (sorry for my grammar, english isn't my home language)
>1 can of green peas
>1-2 squares of cheese spread
>1 small cup of sour cream (optional)
>1 glass of water
>herbes de provence, salt, pepper, whatever you like
>Pasta - whatever you like, i like penne or fusilli
Place peas (with this water, juice, whatever this shit that peas are in) large, deep frying pan, and let it stew for 10-15 minutes. Then add cheese spread, let it melt, add seasonings, add water if it's too thick, and let it stew for another 20-30 minutes. Then add pasta (it has to be al dente), stir it, and it's ready to eat. You can put one tablespoon of sour cream on top, then it's ultra delicious.