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 No.658023[Last 50 Posts]

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How often do you eat burger?

 No.658027

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I wish I'd allow myself more often

 No.658029

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>>658023
Idk, once per 2 month? But not shit like Mc Donald. A real, health Burger

 No.658035

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>>658029
> A real, health Burger

a heap of raw cabbage on a pile of dark unprocessed rye

maybe some savoury natural fungus on top of t

 No.658037

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I haven't eaten an actual hamburger in almost a decade.

 No.658039

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>>658023
In n Out
Every day
Heres last nite

No bun. Dr's orders.

 No.658051

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>>658039
I eat my burger without a bun too.  The bun is the least healthy part -- it's mainly just refined carbs.

 No.658059

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Two or three times a week.

 No.658060

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>>658039

I didn't know you could get it with salad as the buns.

Don't the salads of these fastfood places tend to be even fattier though?

 No.658063

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>>658039
>>658051

I've got a friend who always goes bunless because she's allergic to things that aren't meat.

>>658060

It's not uncommon.  It's like the old Subway commercials pushing healthy sandwiches.  Except their numbers were all based on not using cheese or mayo.  As soon as you add those back on it was practically a Big Mac.

 No.658064

>>658060

In-N-Out burger is a little unique amongst fastfood chains.

 No.658065

>>658060
>>658060
"Protein style"

Just plain lettuce, no spread.

Fat is good. Carbs bad. We've been lied to about fat.

 No.658067

I still don't really believe that.

An apple contains as much carbs as a kilo of fried bacon.
Don't tell me it is healthier to gorge on bacon than to have an apple

 No.658069

>>658063
>>658063
When you are "pre-diabetic" your diet gets meatier if you want to live.

Everything feels better now, no more buckets of Tums and my weight is down while muscle is up.

I'll be rowing soon, the boat is almost together now.

 No.658072

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>>658063
>>658064
>>658065

Hehe, I see. So it just usually tends to be the dressings and such that make it so fat, huh?

I've actually never really had any sauce anywhere aside from McDonalds, but even there I thought their mayonaise was gross. Mayonaise is not supposed to be green.

>>658069

Oh geez, you were in such a bad condition? I'm glad to see that you've managed to turn things around in time!

 No.658074

>>658065

>Fat is good. Carbs bad.

This sounds like a troubling oversimplification.

 No.658075

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>>658065
>Fat is good. Carbs bad. We've been lied to about fat.

https://youtu.be/oLtQLDptI1g?t=3m52s

>>658072
>Mayonaise is not supposed to be green.

Wait, who the hell was serving green mayo?  That sounds like a novelty kid's item.

>>658074

Well it's obviously oversimplified.  Really, as much as people love to say they know everything about nutrition it's a big mess.  I would say that fat is definitely not as bad as popular opinion might have suggested.

 No.658076

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>>658072
Green mayo, to me, sounds yum if it is mayo mixed with some other edibles.

 No.658077

>>658072

Yeah, In-N-Out is unique amongst fast food chains in that it offers things like low-carb bun-less burgers, which in the US, are usually only otherwise offered at more upscale "fast casual" burger places.

 No.658080

>>658075
>Well it's obviously oversimplified.

People just like really simple rules of thumb. When really, things are generally more complicated with that, especially when it comes to biology, which is pretty complex and oftentimes pretty individualistic.

 No.658089

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>>658075
>>658076

My local McDonald's always used to have these cups of green mayo. They've pretty much had them for as long as I can remember. They shut down last year due to bankruptcy though.

Yea, I'd never heard of a McDonald's going bankrupt either.

>>658077

Ohh, I see. So they kind of cater to people who want a healthier option?

 No.658094

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>>658077

I'm pretty sure most places'll give you a bunless burger if you just say you don't want a bun.

 No.658095

>>658067
>An apple contains as much carbs as a kilo of fried bacon.
>Don't tell me it is healthier to gorge on bacon than to have an apple
Highly processed carbs are bad.  Whole fruit is good, because it also had a lot of fiber and other nutrients.

 No.658097

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>>658067
>>658095

It's mentally healthier to gorge on the bacon.

 No.658099

I've heard that a 30/30/40 calorie source ratio is good. The 40 being carbohydrates. As long as you follow that rule, eat foods that contain fibre, and make sure you get the full rainbow of amino acids, minerals, lipids and vitamins, while also getting adequate probiotics it's really hard to fuck up.

 No.658101

>>658095
I suppose that.
Technically vegetables contain a lot of carbs.
But I heard that pure veggies you can eat as much as you want and never do harm.

Still, quality bread is better than processed meat. Lean meat might have an edge - burger made out of pure chopped beef eg.

>>658089
Isn't that like Frietsaus.
Or for scandinavians, remoulade exists.

 No.658102

>>658095
Absolutely true.

>>658089
In n out is how burgers used to be before they became processed frightening psuedo-food. And they are still just $4 so i can get two for barely more than one with fries and drink.

Don't get me started on fries and drink.

 No.658105

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i had a burger two weeks ago, for the first time in about half a year, and i have to say, burgers are very tasty.

they are not good for you. or the environment. or anything.

but... i mean, they are tasty.

 No.658107

>>658105
Tisk tisk Moony you've been misinformed. The right burger can be very good for you.

 No.658108

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>>658101

Frittes sauce, mayonaise, it's mostly the same thing isn't it?

>>658102

I get fries, but what's wrong with the drinks? It's just usual sodas and milkshakes, right?

>>658105

Well, you've got to be able to treat yourself sometimes.

As for the environment, I'm sure we'll find a solution along the way. Politicians are stupid, but not suicidally stupid.

 No.658111

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>>658097
I will agree.

People bitch about health food so much and things get crazier as times go by.

But it's just better to let yourself go and treat yourself on a little something sometimes.

 No.658113

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>>658105
>burgers are ... are not good for you.
Depends on the burger.  I buy high-quality ground beef and cook my own burgers.  They're quite healthy bunless.  

 No.658115

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>>658108
>>658107
there is a pizza place around here that makes a very good, famous burger!

The Emily burger!

https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/-XG5DSMz6IBtteNJ4eKdrDfXzjg=/800x0/filters:no_upscale()/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/3719976/20150514-Emily__burger-1.0.jpg

nice, dry aged beef burger.

Only 27 dollars a burger! And always sold out before i can get one :c

 No.658118

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>>658115
Only 27 dollars a burger he says

throw in 50 more for a side of fries and a soda

it's a steal

 No.658119

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>>658115

Twenty-seven dollars for a burger?!

And they get sold out?!

This burger better be made with the meat of God himself for that price.

 No.658121

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>>658099
>eat foods that contain fibre,

Fiber is something I always have to be on the lookout for so my hemorhoids don't rupture.

>>658115

There's a nice old style cafe here called Flame Burger that I go to sometimes.  They serve up some excellent burgers in sizes up to three pounds.

 No.658128

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>>658118
>>658119
The patty is a dry aged beef from one of the city's top meat suppliers, which sources its beef from legendary American beef producer Pat LaFrieda.

Each patty is seared on a flattop in clarified butter. then, salt and pepper. A slice of one-year-old Grafton Cheddar from Vermont, and some caramelized onions.

...it's also New York. Things are ... expensive here, let us say. if you think the burger is expensive, you should see the rent.

 No.658129

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>>658115
Sounds frightening, Moony! And i would never want to eat my dear pony friend named Emily or my favorite law librarian named Emily or the Corpse Bride um, named Emily.

When your body is failing because of a half-century of eating FDA-recommended poison, and each meal disables you for days, you learn real quick about what is really good and bad to feed your body.

 No.658130

Every month or two.

 No.658131

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>>658128
> let us say. if you think the burger is expensive, you should see the rent.
Probably because landlords also like to eat burgers

 No.658134

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>>658131
I bet they don't actually and they're just hording burgers.

 No.658135

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>>658128

Gosh... Heh, I guess it's just one of those things you have to try once if you're in the area? Though it seems wasteful to have one regularly.

 No.658138

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>>658135

I think it's wasteful to be in New York.  Moony should move over here.  I bet someone needs a lawyer.

 No.658141

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>>658135
>>658135
>>658131
i have been to Emily three times, and the burger has always been sold out.

the pizza is pretty good though!


https://media-cdn.getbento.com/accounts/cf7f519b71c33755fd42df4fc728981e/media/accounts/media/sZeVizpDTy6wcotCxXd0_Menu%2001.10.2018.pdf





Also, this website is one of my favorite for comparing costs of living.

https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+States&country2=Belgium&city1=New+York%2C+NY&city2=Leuven

as you can see, a one bedroom in the city costs like $3,000 a month. (2,579.12 Euros)

 No.658147

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>>658138
My cousin lives in Minnesota, in Minneapolis. He is a doctor there. He is thinking of buying a home, he says. A very nice, large house.

He said, it was like $300,000.

He asked me, in New York, what can i get for $300,000 in New York? i'm thinking of investing.

...for $300,000? like, a condo in a bad part of town, maybe.



For example, this is 190 S 1st St. in Brooklyn. Lovely place.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/190+S+1st+St,+Brooklyn,+NY+11211/@40.7132378,-73.9598413,3a,75y,263.39h,87.19t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sg4d9qNNLYJACDUWY9W8Bhg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c259600f6b1221:0x9f4f6b254b8ab3e6!8m2!3d40.712981!4d-73.959969

How much for a studio in that lovely neighborhood? oh... $575,000 dollars.

for that price, i understand, one could buy a mansion in Minnesota. :c

i often think i should move out of the city, if only because it is so competitive, and SO EXPENSIVE.

 No.658148

>>658147
You probably should just for the trees.

 No.658149

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>>658148
i love trees :c

 No.658150

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>>658147

I'd pretty seriously recommend moving if there isn't something you absolutely need there.  I assure you it's quite nice here, save for the cold.  But I don't think the weather is really a downgrade from New York.

>>658148
>>658149

We've got a lot of trees!  And lakes!

 No.658151

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>>658141
Okay, admitted, making 4000 euros per month net isn't half bad.

You probably need to be in a manager's position to make as much here.

If I kept 2k after rent, I wouldn't mind buying 30 dollar burgers for lunch.

 No.658154

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>>658151
you must remember that this is the average though. It is skewed very heavily, due to the few people here who make VERY VERY big amounts of money.

Wall Street is here :c Donald Trump lives here. etc.


that said, i am told the income in New York City does tend to be generally higher than the rest of the USA!

 No.658155

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>>658154
I suppose 1700 for Belgium is pretty right.

Low paying jobs (full tame) make about 1.3k net.

When I was at uni, I kept about 2.1k. That would have pretty good living if I was alone, or my partner also had a viable income.

Heh, Leuven is an "expensive" place to live in Belgium.

Still, I used to have a 650 euros monthly apartment with 2 sizeable bedrooms.

 No.658156

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Not that often.

Better things to make.

Like steak.

 No.658157

>>658156
Nothing like a good steak sandwich.

 No.658159

Every now and then when I feel like treating myself, I make homemade cheeseburgers. Otherwise, eh, if I need a very quick meal while on the go, I'll eat a fastfood burger.

There are a few great burger restaurants in Copenhagen that I visit when I am out with friends for a whole night or have money, too. But oftne would be a lie.

 No.658160

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As a "grunt work" lawyer, you'd make, if I take a guess, about 2.5k in Belgium.

 No.658164

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About 5-10 burgers a year.

 No.658170

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>>658157
Steak biscuit with hot mustard.

 No.658263

Sometimes 2-4 a week. I usually have a McDonalds about three times a year, depending on what I'm doing when visiting Newtown.

 No.658273

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if anypony comes to NYC, we should have shake shack! now that is a nice burger!

 No.658275

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>>658273
Was alright.

I'd prefer pizza.

 No.658291

>>658273
Methinks I'd rather visit that for the shakes.

 No.658301

>>658273

I'd prefer Limon puddin.

 No.658315

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>>658291
>>658275
>>658287
>>658301
pizza sounds great!!

we do have good pudding here!! i know some great places for that!


shake shack shakes are very thick! you can hardly drink them at all!

 No.658316

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>>658315
Shame I'm not going to the city anytime soon.

 No.658317

Schots have the chieftain of all puddings

 No.658323

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>>658316
awwwwww!!!

 No.658324

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>>658317
what is schots? what is the chieftan of puddings?

 No.658325

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>>658323
It'll take more than pizza to get me in that city again.

 No.658327

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>>658325
why is that? :c

 No.658328

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>>658327
Pizza wasn't good enough to warrant a 300 dollarydoo ticket.

 No.658331

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>>658328
wow, expensive ticket!!

i would have to think of good, sophisticated things for us to do together. usually, i am content with tea and things, but when friends are over, i try to make sure we can adventure a bit!

 No.658333

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too often

 No.658334

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>>658331
I don't think you could keep up with how much I drink, Moony.

 No.658336

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>>658315

Shame I'm not going abroad anytime soon.

 No.658346

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>>658333
too often, says agiri!!

>>658334
well, i cannot drink even a little bit! my body does not produce the enzyme, it turns out, to break down the alcohol! so, even a tiny bit will knock me out pretty quick!

but, i know some great places to drink in the city. nice, exclusive places that you need to know somebody to get into!

>>658336
:c someday, Hispers!!!

 No.658347

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>>658346
I've no interests in such establishments. Just for a good drink.

 No.658348

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 No.658349

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>>658348
Looks costly.

 No.658351

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>>658349
aw, but cost is worth it for a good experience sometimes! i can help to treat, if it is a trouble!

 No.658352

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 No.658353

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>>658352
>>658351
I don't need anything visually stimulating to enjoy a drink.

 No.658368

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>>658346

Someday...

 No.658373

>>658170
Looks fancy.

 No.658375

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>>658373
Not unless mustard is fancy.

 No.658380

>>658375
Sometimes it is.

 No.658382

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Burgers are nice, I have them probably once a week at least. Easy to make at home, and restaurants put good things on them I do not stock, so you can't go wrong.


>>658352
Has Moony ever been to The Dead Rabbit or Please Don't Tell?
I hear Dead Rabbit is the #1 cocktail bar in the world, and PDT is a fun speakeasy behind a phone booth and hot dog stand! I have been unsuccessful in convincing my family to go to either when we happen to go into the city, but they sound fun.

 No.658386

>>658380
>>658380
Bargain brand french's yellow mustard is what I can afford and it is not fancy.

 No.658397

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>>658023
When I find time to make my own.

 No.658400

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>>658397
What type of burger do you like to make?

 No.658404

>>658382
>>658386
Eggs are fancy too.

 No.658406


 No.658407

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>>658404
Eggs are surprisingly good on things, including burgers.

 No.658409


 No.658410

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>>658409
I recently found out over-easy eggs are great and not to difficult, too. I was way more stoked about that then I should have been, but once I can actually do it well i'm gonna have such good breakfasts yo.

 No.658413

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>>658410
Breakfast foods are the best.

I don't really have a preference for how I cook my eggs, normally I just ask everyone in the house what they want and go from there.
Scrambled seems to be the most popular.

Nah, learning to cook anything is fun and feels great when you nail it.

 No.658415

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>>658413
They kind of are. Omelettes, hash browns, egg sandwiches, bagels... so many good things!

Fair enough. Scrambled was my go-to until now, I intend to over-easy them when I can or at least fail-scramble them which still is a bit better than my purposeful-scrambled.

This is true. I need to cook more things...

 No.658416

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>>658415
Oatmeal and grits are also nice.

I think it just comes from how fast you can make scrambled eggs.

Everyone should! I want to cook even more.

 No.658419

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>>658416
True. I tend to just eat dry oats lately if I go that route, but it's still good.

Possibly! I'm always worried I'll undercook my eggs, even though that shouldn't be the case.

I need to find simple, solid recipes and stock the stuff for them, and/or find prep-able meals. It'd make my life easier, and help me eat better which would be good.
Slow cooking is a lifesaver for that, but even there I need to find more things than sloppy joes, shredded chicken, and oily soups.

 No.658421

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>>658419
No different than eating granola really.

I think that is a common worry, to be honest. Undercooking and overcooking are always in the back of your mind when working with something simple like eggs.

OH!
I can help with that!
https://foodgawker.com/

I also use an app called sidechef and it is so useful for finding new stuff to try.

 No.658422

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>>658416

You know what's really great if you put eggs on it?

Burgers.

 No.658423

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>>658422

Rice is also a good thing to top with eggs.

 No.658424

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>>658422
We touched on that!

>>658407
>>658409

I think my personal fav uses of egg goes to shakshuka and sopa de ajo.

 No.658425

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>>658424
>shakshuka and sopa de ajo.

What are those?

 No.658426

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 No.658427

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>>658382
i've never been to the dead rabbit, but i have been to Please Don't Tell!! It's so neat in there!

 No.658428

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>>658421
Basically, yeah. Those clusters are why I like Honey Bunches of Oats cereal if I decide I'm gonna be an adult about my cereal, they're so good.

Indeed. Fortunately the only things I think i've ever cooked poorly were burgers, and I've gotten better at that since moving where I am now.

...Oh my god is that essentially a food-based Pinterest? That's awesome, I will definitely need to browse that.

Cool! I mostly use r/gifrecipes, but a lot of that stuff seems like too much work/food for one person like me or too complex.

>>658424
>>658426

Ooo, those both look good, and like they'd be nice to dip bread into.

>>658427
Yay! Ever since my sister went there a few years back I've wanted to go, it seems cool. I should see if there's any speakeasies where I am now, there probably is somewhere.
Dead Rabbit is apparently ridiculously hard to get into, so don't feel too bad about that one just never decline an invite if you get one :P

 No.658429

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>>658428
Being an adult about cereal can be rather boring.
But fruit helps make it better.

Do anything special with your patties? I like to mix some sautéed mushrooms and like a hot cheese into them and then have a milder cheese as a topper.

It is and I love it!
That is why I adore sidechef, you can have it adjusted for how many servings you want to make of it in the app so no worrying about if your math is right.

They are perfect for bread!
Even better if you made the bread!

 No.658430

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>>658428
>>658429

Adult cereal is lame.  Just buy the chocolate sugar chunks.

 No.658432

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>>658430
I like cap'n crunch peanut butter crunch myself.

 No.658434

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>>658428
i can get in, certainly. there is not likely any club or highbrow thing i could not get into, in the city. One just needs to know the right people! it is not so hard, in my profession. ^^

That said, i was always under the impression that Dead Rabbit just had a slightly longer than normal wait list, though... i've never tried.

i don't usually go to any bars or anything, since i am not good at alcohol at all :c very weak tolerance!

 No.658435

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>>658430
I eat oatmeal for breakfast most days.

 No.658437

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>>658429
It can be, but it seems more filling. Maybe, no cereal seems to last me beyond an hour.

Nah, I just cook them on my stove, it's really all I can do besides add cheese. Could probably try to cook other things to go with it, I suppose.

The internet is wonderful sometimes.
Ah, neat!

I bet! I don't know if I'm ready for breadmaking, that's a lot of yeast and rising.

>>658430
Do they still make Crave? That was basically captain crunch coated chocolate squares and it was amazingly good for some reason.

>>658434
Ooo, look at high-roller Moony over here, knowing all the right people~
But in all seriousness that's pretty nice, I hope I can establish a network like that at some point. I already have a little bit of one through my manager for a couple high-end restaurants and I guess vicariously through my dad when I'm home, but it'd be pretty sweet to have a better network for that.

I think it's something like that, yeah, have to reserve far in advance or something I think.

Fair enough, bars are risky and expensive, a low tolerance will save you money in one - or save you more by keeping you out!

 No.658438

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>>658400
Nothing too fancy, just some good spices, maybe mix in some diced onions to the patty if I'm feeling adventurous.

As for what's on the buns besides the meat, I enjoy putting on pickles and a spicy sauce.

 No.658440

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>>658435

I do that sometimes, too, just with like literally an entire cup of sugar in there.  There isn't really a kid's version of hot cereal.

>>658437

I remember Crave, but in my experience working at grocery stores I can't remember seeing it recently...

 No.658441

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>>658437
Fruit is just good to add to breakfast in general. Kills off that sweet tooth.

Nothing wrong with that.

It is not that hard at all. If I can do it anyone can.

>>658438
Sounds like my kind of burger.

 No.658442

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>>658441
Sometimes it's the simple things.

 No.658443

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>>658440
I don't think it lasted very long, I just remember stockpiling a ton of sample boxes from my job when it came out since we got a bunch for some reason.

>>658441
Will need to try this out!

Indeed, though I would like to add lettuce and tomato at least; just don't think I'd use the rest often enough for it to make sense, though I guess it would make me have to.

This is fair.

 No.658447

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>>658442
Very true.

For example a roast with mashed potatoes.

>>658443
Anything will do but I find that an orange or an apple work the best on the side with berries and bananas being good for mixing with the cereal.

Get a few recipes and meal prep for a few days. Will make sure you use all of your stock right then and will make cooking for the week easy.

This is the video I use for reminders.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWOJovFzWfw

 No.658449

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>>658447
Fair enough, I have some apples I could use at least.

True, true.

Cool, thanks!


---
Wow i'm tired.
I'm gonna head out. 'Night everyone, you're all cool <3

 No.658450

>>658449
Sweet dreams.

 No.658451

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>>658449
goodnight fotobat, you are so cool <3

>>658437
if you visited, we could go!

 No.658453

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>>658451
Definitely high-rollin feedin all the ponies those fancy city molasses oats when they come to call. He da pony.

 No.658454

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>>658453
oh gosh, i find it strange to be called high-rolling!

i will say, being kind to others, especially when they don't expect any, can build good bridges and mutual trust.

 No.658459

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Not very often.

I don't like the hamburgers of McDonalds, and Burger King only Carls Jr. If I decide to eat in a fast food chain restaurant.

I prefer 1000 times on buy the ingredients and premare my own hamburgers.  

 No.658461

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I work at McDonald's.

So, almost every day.

 No.658462

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>>658461
ohhhh... do you still enjoy burgers, after eating so many?

>>658459
Carls Jr.! i cannot remember if i ahve been!

 No.658515

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>>658440
>I do that sometimes, too, just with like literally an entire cup of sugar in there.
Holy shit!  I don't add any sugar (beside the sugar that is naturally present in the milk).  You do use milk, not water, right?

 No.658578

>>658440
>>658440
You gotta go with brown sugar for oatmeal. Yum!

And definitely whole milk.

 No.658586

You should take us to Pumps, Moony!

 No.658587

>>658578
Brown sugar or fruits and maple syrup, imo! Mmmm.

 No.658611

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>>658515

I use what's on hand.  Sometimes I'm just out of milk, then I have to use water.

 No.658678

Multiple times weekly.

 No.658684

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Also not sure why but the shake shack peanut butter burger sounds good to me right now.

 No.658691

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>>658586
what is Pumps? if i had to guess, it sounds like a shoe store.

>>658678
any favortie places, starshine?

>>658684
wow, that is an admirable choice, Lamb! Not everypony is brave enough to try one, but i happen to think they can really hit the spot depending on how one is feeling!

 No.658693

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>>658691
I have a craving.

Also pickles.

 No.658696

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>>658693
pickles and peanut butter is a craving i also sometimes have! is that weird?

 No.658698

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>>658696
I don't think so I have it often.

Just something about the combo is great.

 No.658702

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>>658698
maybe it is because, you are great, so you have great cravings!

 No.658705

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>>658702
That may be the case!

I will say that I like to replace regular patties with cube stake in burgers from time to time.
Very good.

 No.658710

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>>658705
that sounds very nice!! Cube steak, it is steak, cut into the cubes?

 No.658715

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>>658710
You would think!

Really it is top sirloin or top round that gets flattened with a meat tenderizer.

Most people will dredge them in family mixes and then fry them.

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>>658611
>Sometimes I'm just out of milk, then I have to use water.
I'd rather skip breakfast than eat oatmeal made with water.  Ugh!

 No.658718

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>>658715
ohhhh it is meat you hit a lot with a hammer!

wow, fry the meat, this is not so common in New York! we do not usually have the country fried steak - the only palce i have seen it is at ihop

>>658716
...oh no :c

i have usually made my oatmeal with water! i did not know there was another way!

 No.658719

>>658718
same, I always make oatmeal with water.

 No.658722

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>>658718
It is very common down here.
They get used a lot in steak biscuits.

 No.658723

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>>658722
steak biscuits?? what is that? can you bake steak into bread, too?

>>658719
i like oatmeal, but i definitely prefer the taste of cream of wheat! have you tried that, Rosie?

i know once i bought grits to Europe, and everyone except my friends in Denmark HATED grits. Everyone i met in the Netherlands thought that grits was just about the worst thing they'd ever eaten.

 No.658727

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>>658723
Think more a sandwich that used a biscuit over a regular loaf.

Just a quick breakfast here.

 No.658731

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>>658718
>i have usually made my oatmeal with water! i did not know there was another way!
Oh, you gotta try it with milk!  So much better!

 No.658732

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>>658731
It really is the best.

 No.658733

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>>658731
i suppose i could try that... i do not eat oatmeal much though, unless i am out camping or something

>>658727
that sounds yummy! it is rare to have biscuits around here. i would have to go pretty far to find biscuits

will... scones work?

 No.658741

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>>658733
You could try it.

Scones are less airy and flaky than biscuits are so I am not all that sure.

 No.658743

>>658723
No, I never have! What is it?

 No.658745

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>>658741
biscuits are so interesting! i have had them before with the sausage gravy in some Southern food places, and in California!

but, does it not count, i am wondering?

>>658743
grits are like little pieces of corn that are made into a porridge

i believe on of the Netherlands friends said it tasted like mushy sand

 No.658747

>>658745
So wait cream of wheat and grits are the same thing?

 No.658748

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>>658743
I thought for sure I told you about grits.
Well I am just a bad southerner.

It is corn that is ground into a fine meal and then boiled to make something like porriage or oatmeal.

They are a breakfast staple here.

>>658745
Why wouldn't it count?

 No.658752

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>>658747
oh no no, cream of wheat is like... a much smoother porridge. it is less gritty, and made of wheat, not corn!

>>658748
i do enjoy grits! they can be expensive in New York though!

i thought, it did not count because, maybe, it is not authentic like in the south.

 No.658753

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>>658748
people tell me things and if I don't apply them the first day I just forget them immediately

you probably told me like twice rofl

>>658752
Ohh

this is blowing my mind right now

 No.658755

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>>658748
>>658753
i am thinking of going here for lunch tomorrow!!

https://www.yelp.com/biz/beehive-oven-biscuit-cafe-brooklyn?osq=Best+Biscuits+And+Gravy

now that we have talked about the biscuits, i want to try beehive oven! Look at the photos, and let me know if that is authentic!

brunch menu!

http://www.beehiveoven.com/brunch-menu.html

 No.658760

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>>658752
I have heard that a lot of the people that move here from places like NY and NJ.

It is super cheap here and is a a go to when making breakfast.

I don't really think it matters all that much.
I mean different places all have different spins on dishes and I am more than happy to try them all.

There are very few things that I am stern about in the kitchen.

>>658753
SIlly

>>658755
It looks great!
Way out of my budget but still looks good.

Make sure to get some collards for me.

 No.658769

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>>658760
that price is, unfortunately, a very average price for lunch nowadays in the city! :(

if you come out to see me, we should have a good lunch together <3

living in the south seems like so much fun! it seems exciting, with much food, and everything is less expensive.

 No.658772

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>>658769
Oh gosh I hope they pay you well for that.

I would love that so much. You would have to deal with my hugs.

A lot less expensive. No one here would pay that much for shrip and grits.

 No.658774

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>>658772
...gosh, how much is shrimp and grits in the south? it is very often one of the most expensive things on a brunch menu out here!

 No.658776

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>>658774
Most of the places I eat at would never charge you more than maybe $10 if it is a really nice place.

This is one of my favorite spots.
http://www.fishyfishycafe.com/menupage.php?id=66

 No.658778

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I didn't take a picture, but I just had a burger.

 No.658779

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>>658778
Home made or fastfood?

 No.658780

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>>658779

Cafeteria lunch!

 No.658781

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>>658780
Oh so one of the super thin ones with no condiments?

 No.658783

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>>658781

Well I definitely had condiments.  I added cheese, ketchup, mayo, and some onions.

Wasn't particularly thick, but at least it was beef.  I've definitely seen people serve up worse.

 No.658784

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>>658776
wow, that looks like fun!! which one is the grits one? i cannot tell! i think a flounder sandwich sounds nice.

 No.658787

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>>658783
I suppose my old cafeteria was that underfunded then.

Same.

>>658784
I am not sure they have it on the new menu.
They have gone through a few changes.

Here is another one.
https://oliversonthecapefear.org/#

 No.658795

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>>658787

I'm never sure if our cafeteria is just really good, or if all cafeterias have improved over time.  This school really delivers, though.

 No.658796

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>>658691
That's almost right.

 No.658814

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>>658795

I've always had the worst caferatia's in my schools.

Like, in high school, all you could get were snacks and if you're very early one of the maybe two dozen sandwiches they made. In a school with over 500 students alone.

And it was even worse in college. I didn't bother buying anything there. I've seen days where there was literally nothing but four sandwiches.

 No.658839

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>>658814

Wait, so they seriously just couldn't even feed you?  That's worse than anything I've ever heard.

 No.658841

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>>658839

Nope. Everybody just brought their own food from home.

That said, the university my brother spent two years at had a proper cantina, with an actual kitchen and a full staff working it. It was practically a restaurant!

 No.658950

>>658814
My high school didnt even have any sort of cafeteria or food service.

There was a little covered area off to one side with some little windows that seems to have been a food service area in the past but it was closed. We had "open campus" but there wasnt really anywhere within reasonable walking distance either. I dont really remember anyone eating much now that i think about it, but there was a significant truancy problem and lots of students had cars.

The middle school before that had some outdoor area and some contractor pulled up in vans so it was something anyway.

 No.659100

>>658462

Sort of. I'm pretty much indifferent to the food I make at work now, but I still enjoy burgers from other restaurants.


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