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Rate my homemade fastfood dinner

>> No.11580995

>>11580993
nice fedora keyboard

>> No.11580996

>>11580993
10/10 sick keyboard, gamer ;)

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>>11580993
6.4 / 10.

>> No.11581004

>>11580993
looks good, i'd eat the shit out of that
i packed a lunch but i really want a burger now...

>> No.11581013

>>11580993
7.5/10 would eat
if you grew a handlebar mustache, wore suspenders, and a flannel shirt you could probably charge hipsters $15 for that.

>> No.11581064

Op here. How i made it btw; i boiled the sliced potatos until cooked, put the down in an oil bath on low heat for 10 min, and gave them ten more mins on maxed out heat.

>> No.11581070

>>11581064
Sorry for typos, im writing on phone

>> No.11581271

>>11581064
>oil bath
like in a pan?
My mother make crispy potatoes but she doesn't use a boiling apparatus

>> No.11581278

>>11581271
Oil bath in a pot. About 2 fingers deep

>> No.11581292

>>11580993
Good effort, but cabbage doesn't go on a hamburger. Maybe in a fish taco. 7/10.

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