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I found out yesterday that my boyfriend puts ketchup on his steak...
His parents were out of town so he invited me over for a night of steak dinner and fucking, but it turned into a night of him fucking over a steak dinner. Usually he comes over to my apartment for the weekends since there is an hour drive between us, but this weekend he wanted to be a little romantic. We went to Publix and bought some good cuts of beef (tenderloin), along with some veggies, and some Woodchuck hard apple cider. The fact that he wanted apple cider over Anchor Porter should have been a clue. So we get to his place and start cooking. He is doing the prep work while I get the grill going. I start making some cumin potatoes with some rosemary and a few other herbs, and lightly salt and pepper the steak. My boyfriend ask if the salt and pepper would be enough seasoning, I assured him it was. I cook the steaks to a very nice medium rare, he complained that they undercooked, this should have been another hint. After the meal was prepared and we sit down to eat he puts ketchup on his plate, me being naive I thought it was for the potatoes as they were a little bit under cooked. I was wrong, dead wrong. He proceeded to cut his steak and dip it in ketchup and eat it, this make me sick. We should have just bought hamburgers if he was going to dip it in ketchup. I don't know if I can look at him the same way again. Why do so many gay guys fail at eating like a man? Things like this are the reason I prefer hanging out with straight men. For the first time I awhile I am in a decent relationship... and it is with a guy who puts ketchup on his steak.
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So I'm going to work as an au pair in France in January, and the family I'm working for wants me to take the kids home for lunch and make their food. If it was in my own country, I'd just give them a sandwich and some fruit or something, but since food is such a big deal to the French, I figured they'd be expecting something a bit fancier. So wat do?
tl;dr - What kind of things should I give French kids for lunch, /ck/?
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Hello chef-anons, entry level cook here. I've got some ground beef that I'm trying to make into a burger. I've got salt, pepper, cheese, olive oil, butter and not much else.
I know the basics of cooking but I'm wondering if there are any other tricks I need to know to make it awesome. It's going to be cooked on a stove top with a frying pan because I have no other way of doing it
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