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>> No.7911937


That is the nicest set of tits that I have ever watched make cat food.


At first with the knife skills i was a little worried she was retarded.... but then I realized she was just gonna go put it all in a blender anyway.

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>> No.7911946

What fucked up country's food is this?

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she's a good cook


>> No.7911954


>> No.7911956


Oh wait.. she is actually retarded. Well at least dem titties ain't retarded.

What is this? Is it like.. mexican Giada?

>> No.7911960

Let me guess: you're american

>> No.7911970

is that pineapple?

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>Stinky gorgonzola with dried out and burnt pasta that didn't fit in the pan right

That is literally what the name of that dish translates to in northern italian dialect.

>> No.7911981


That frilly top is entirely inappropriate for the kitchen, and where can I get a casserole like that which can be pulled out of a hot oven with your bare hands?

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no, potatoes

>american pretending to be from north italy
the name of the recipe is in the title at the end of the last webm. Even if you pronounced it with a north italian dialect (why north italian anyway?) the meaning wouldn't change, just the pronunciation

she prepares it live, so she has one in the end already done because she can't wait for the one in the oven to be cooked.

>> No.7912001


This thread confirms that leaving Italy [mostly] permanently in 2002 was the best food-decision I could have made.

Our television cookery has become utter shit.

And why the fuck is this bitch calling terrina "paté?"

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>This thread confirms that leaving Italy [mostly] permanently in 2002 was the best food-decision I could have made.
Did you go fuck yourself?


>> No.7912017

>Calling people american as if its a bad thing

Did you forget what country beat all the other ones to the moon by 50 years?

>> No.7912021

Nah. University abroad. Then got a job straight away out of uni, so no reason to go back.

>> No.7912028

>stirring pasta in a non-stick skillet with metal tongs

You better bet I'm mother fucking triggered.


>using that much bacon fat in a single dish

>> No.7912037

Can we have that webm of the cerebral palsy girl making pancakes?

>> No.7912038

how does that affect the fact you are genetically incapable of cooking?

that's fair enough then. Her food is simple, aimed at normal people who are not too much into cooking, but her recipes are tasty. Of course it's not gourmet cuisine, but it is in no way bad.

>>using that much bacon fat in a single dish
That is the original recipe of the Carbonara. He simply cooks the bacon, the fat comes out of it, why do you think it is too much? Or maybe you are confusing the boiling water he adds near the end with bacon fat

>> No.7912041

Non-Teflon nonstick pans are very popular in Italy right now. I don't know what they're made of exactly, but you can use metal utensils in them and they can take higher heat than Teflon ones can.
I would guess that pan is one of those sorts of pans.

>> No.7912042

*cooking water

>> No.7912064

>how does that affect the fact you are genetically incapable of cooking?

well if you want to getting into cooking specifics and not just the fact that we are world leaders in general..

The U.S. of mother fuckin A. has more michellin starred restaurants than any other coutnry besides france and japan.

About 3 times as many as Italy, actually.

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wow I am team #ameriburger_cuisine now

>> No.7912110

How is that going for you when you amount for population? Not too good.
Also the UK has a ton of michelin stars but it doesn't reflect on their food culture

>> No.7912141

That's disgusting

>> No.7912160

>How is that going for you when you amount for population? Not too good.
>Not too good.

Still significantly beating all of europe combined when accounting for population.

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A simple Porchetta sandwich would have been much better, if the Porchetta was actually good like pic-related.

>> No.7912248

By your logic Luxembourg(in europe) and Japan are the greatest culinary countries.
They're not though, and those michelin restaurants that are in the US are filled with foreigners, it's not reflective of American food culture

>> No.7912250

Are you trying to say that the USA has better food than Europe?

>> No.7912260

Yes. By far.

>> No.7912268

>and those michelin restaurants that are in the US are filled with foreigners
No they aren't

>> No.7912271

>and those michelin restaurants that are in the US are filled with foreigners

Uh no, they're not. US has shit tier poor food, but people that don't eat at pig troughs eat very well here.

>> No.7912300

i think it looks amazing if you stop about halfway through the video

>> No.7912311

Is English not your first language, Pablo? Anon was obviously talking about the chefs who hold the stars and not the people who dine in those restaurants.

>> No.7912320


Right. Because we usually talk about restaurants being filled with chefs, not with customers.

Fucking dipshit.

>> No.7912331

That would make sense, if customers has any relevance in that context.
I was talking about chefs

>> No.7912337

idk, seemed pretty obvious to me. Probably because I was going to ask how many of the chefs who hold stars in the US are Americans and how many are foreign. I was also gonna ask how many of the American chefs studied cookery abroad.
But then I accidentally closed the tab and decided "eh, fuck it."
When I reopened the thread, I saw >>7912248 which seemed to coincide with my line of logic, though now that you point it out, I can see how it's a bit oddly worded and I was likely reading more into it than what Anon actually mean.
Guess I'll ask then: how many of the chefs who hold Michelin stars in the US are Americans? How many are foreign? How many of the American chefs studied cookery abroad?

>> No.7912351

>I was talking about chefs

Then specify an object in your sentence.

>> No.7912361

Have you ever been outside the USA?

>> No.7912367

I would have been happy with the first two meats and the cheese. Maybe some mustard or something like that would have been nice too. But they just fucked it, I mean bacon that wasn't even crispy but soggy and the fucking tendies. I only eat stuff like this when I'm drunk.

>> No.7912375

America tier

>> No.7912385

I can't decide whether how deluded you are is sad or hilarious.

>> No.7912386

Have you ever been to the USA?

It absolutely boggles my mind that euros have this internal depiction of America where our cities don't give us access to higher quality things from more different cultures than what you have available. Pretty much on an overwhelming scale. We can get better of everything than you can get. We can get better of some things native to your area than you can get.

We simply have bigger cities, better cities, and more access to more different things and higher quality things. I have a russian market, a korean market, a polish market, a japanese market, a brazilian market in my city...All high quality and run by people of the nationality..Do you? I also have every other available nationality market. And I live in about the 15th largest city in the US.

>> No.7912389

Not sure tho, I don't really know much about this but I doubt every hand inside the kitchen is 100% All American Made, surely there must be latin, asian and european cooks and shit.

>> No.7912400

Wow, not that anon but, you're just grasping at straws

>> No.7912483

It's really rather difficult to find things that aren't tied to groups with recent (within the last thirty years) immigration.
Finding Italian and German things in the US borders on impossible outside of the five or so most well-known items.
Swiss and Dutch things (outside of four cheeses) are completely unheard of here.
Good luck finding anything remotely Hungarian in the US. And if you want kranjska klobasa? Well, fuck you: there are no Slovenians, Croats or Austrians living in America to make it.

The majority of the US's exposure to any European comestibles comes from the foodmarket inside IKEA. Don't try to pretend otherwise.

>> No.7912492

I live in charlotte and I'm sure i can find any of the shit you're talking about

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>> No.7912504

>yes, I'd like 100mL of oil with my spaghetti please

>> No.7912514

you're missing the point, we're privy to more variety of good things and that is worth more than being able to get obscure hungarian food.

sure, you can get whatever euro shit from croatia or hungary. can you go eat authentic pho in a vietnamese restaurant?

It's not that every single little thing is available. It's that 90% of what matters in the WORLD and is good is available.

>> No.7912531

>Have you ever been to the USA?
Yes and I went to top restaurants, visited "hole-in-the wall" places, local delis, specialty food stores, meme-shops you name it. NYC's food scene was comparable to that of London and inferior to many other European cities. The USA has some really good expensive restaurants, a few of good informal places making local specialties or meme-food and that's about it.

>muh ethnic supermarket and muh air-freighted second-rate produce that has been picked unripe and spent 3-10 days in a crate or even worse been frozen then airlifted to madison, wisconsin is better than being able to eat organic heirloom fruit and veg for free or dirt-cheap every day, have meat from animals raised in completely pristine landscapes and fish from the tastiest sea in the world (the med) and so on.

This is just what ingredients are available to me at my local market, or shit that my family gets for free like tomatoes, figs and cherries (our local specialites) that you've never even imagined could be so tasty. Some of the best paid meals I ever had cost $10-$15 per person and were in tiny taverns in the middle of the mountains or in an obscure fishing village, with cheese, yogurt and meat all from the owner's livestock or fish that the owner fished themselves the day before or even that morning and organic produce they grow themselves. You can keep your brazilian supermarket, I'll keep my proper food culture and real food sources. I know producers, I know the agricultural market and so-on. I know what gets sent to America and trust me its not better than what I (or the old lady next door) gets here. The best produce in Europe gets sold in the local food market and if the locals are smart they might send some of it to places like Harrods, F&M and other places like that. Your town is not in that list I'm afraid and even if it were, have fun paying $20 per kilo of figs that I can pick off my back-yard tree.

>> No.7912535

Ha! I'll [possibly] be in Charlotte in two weeks. Let's meet up, you show me where you can get panna da cucina, kranjska klobasa, meggy, Appenzeller, Bündnerfleisch, paardenrookvlees, romadur, karavánsajt, peperoni di fiume and cervelat because I can't find them.

>> No.7912544

Yes, anon. Every major metropolis in the West has a sizeable Vietnamese community. Get over it.

Also, why would I need to eat authentic pho, when I can have my local specialties, made with the best local ingredients from people who have grown up cooking and eating this food? I can go and eat real Pho when I'm in Vietnam. If you had a proper food culture of your own you would be celebrating it, not trying to convince us that America wins at food "because Pho"

>> No.7912546

>can you get pho?!?!?!?!
Why yes. I think I can.

>> No.7912549

He can't but he can take you to his local Brazilian supermarket so you can drink air-freighted Guarana soda and papayas that started their journey when Bush was still president.

>> No.7912551

>meeting some random person from 4chan
lol! on top of that is the fact that you are lying of course.

too bad you don't know what bbq is like and never will. enjoy your radished vinegar water pork eyeballs or whatever the hungarians and croatians eat.

>all this food isn't available in america!
>Yes that's because it's made of tripe and is considered subclass food, why would it ever leave its native country?
>no response
every time

>> No.7912552

P.S. Have you ever been to Europe?

>> No.7912555

No, have you ever been to USA?

>> No.7912558

actually let me rephrase with an equivalent: have you been to every major metropolitan area of the USA?

>> No.7912559

See, you folks have something to be proud of. I hear your part of the U.S. has great BBQ. Why did you have to bring up Pho?

IF we're being extra-generous and ignoring the OCEAN of shit that the vast majority of your countrymen have to subsist on (look no further than the daily fast-food threads on this board) and we only focus on local specialties and formal dining, then the U.S. has okay food. Not exceptional, but okay. Maybe even good. You will never be Europe though and most likely you will never be Asia either. And the reason is that you killed your true food culture and replaced it with factory food.

>> No.7912568

I've been to NYC, Boston, SF and LA. Where have you bee

>> No.7912574

*Where have you been in Europe? I hope you understand how sad it is that you have to venture into the immigrant-areas of your closest major metropolis to find a decent meal.

>> No.7912575

>vast majority of your countrymen

what does that have anything to do with me or people that post here?

the vast majority of europeans eat food that would be looked upon as garbage in america. literal tripe, unwashed/rotten vegetables, half-eaten thrown out food etc.

>You will never be europe
Michelin says otherwise, so sorry. Come visit some time though, if you don't get blown up by your new jamal.

>> No.7912577

Lying about what? Possibly going to Charlotte or being unable to find those items in the states? Because neither is a lie, actually.
I have vacation time coming up and I'm procrastinating on a decision on where to go. Charlotte's one of the four places I might do.

>>Yes that's because it's made of tripe and is considered subclass food, why would it ever leave its native country?
Three of those are cheeses, four are sausages or cold cuts, two are vegetables and the last is a type of cream. No tripe or eyeballs to be found.

>> No.7912579

>the vast majority of europeans eat food that would be looked upon as garbage in america. literal tripe, unwashed/rotten vegetables, half-eaten thrown out food etc.

Okay, it's obvious, you have never left America. Hush now.

>> No.7912593

I'm the guy who mentioned all those particular Eurofoods by name.

You have no idea what you're talking about.

The US legitimately does have some fantastic food BUT like finding fantastic Eurostuff outside of their home regions, you'll never find the fantastic Ameristuff outside of theirs.
Having lived on both sides of the pond for several years at a time, I can tell you that the two are roughly equal when it comes to delicious local foods as well as horrendous local foods.
If ever I go back home, I'm gonna miss the huge variety in American barbecue and real Tex-mex cuisine, properly made cheesesteaks, American cheesecakes, US-style Chinese food and lots of other things that simply don't exist outside of these borders.

My only gripe with Americans is this persistent belief that they can get literally anything within their borders when it's simply not true.

>> No.7912598

What the fuck is he making in this one?

>> No.7912607

Where are the Mexican Disasters
This is a webm thread, where are the doritos delicately being placed using tongs

>> No.7912613


>> No.7912616

>horrendous local foods.
I have to disagree with you m8. I don't know what local food is like in CZ, but over here in the Med, which I've travelled the length of extensively, I've never had a bad food experience. Except for tourist-traps. I would say our tourist-traps are their fast-food joints and they still have thousands more of the latter than we have of the former.

And I won't disagree with you. They have great local specialties and they might even have good local produce in those parts that haven't been completely taken over by industrial farming and livestock raising. But their specialties are more or less variations on a theme, with very small exceptions. Take BBQ for example, which is touted as the local specialty in every other town you visit in America, or chili. They simply lack diversity and the vast majority of people there have completely lost touch with the idea of primary ingredients and real produce. By the way

>> No.7912617

>the whole of the med is great
>casu marzu
>all of greece
>that steamed chicken shit in algeria with cinnamon, garlic and soured milk

>> No.7912625

>casu marzu
Novelty cheese that actually tastes okay

>all of greece
god-tier food. particularly the fish/seafood and fresh produce


Clutching at straws much, m8?

>> No.7912628

>Take BBQ for example, which is touted as the local specialty in every other town you visit in America

.....because they are entirely different types of BBQ, and you follow this up by saying they "lack diversity"

Please tell me how the remarkably different types of BBQ lack diversity when every european cheese aged a day longer than another variety gets its own special trademark name

>> No.7912636

>algeria is not the med becuz it's not europe!!!

>> No.7912637

>Equating a variation on a recipe with a variation on a foodstuff.
You are truly clueless aren't you? BBQ is a dish, cheese is one-step away from being a primary ingredient and is an ingredient in itself.

A correct analogy would be between BBQ and the many different types of beef stews around Central Europe like Ghulash etc. Which would acceptable an acceptable analogy, if Central Europe didn't have hundreds of other local specialties as well.

>> No.7912643

The debate is USA vs Europe m8. Pay attention.

And even if we take your ass-pained argument, yes Maghrebi and Levantine cuisine that you've never tasted but saw once saw the baldy on "Bizarre Foods" eat is actually pretty fucking tasty.

>> No.7912645

>Please tell me how the remarkably different types of BBQ lack diversity when every european cheese aged a day longer than another variety gets its own special trademark name
You've got us there. I often tell Americans "well if you add this ingredient to X recipe, it's such and such dish and if you add Y ingredient instead, it's this other dish" and so on. We're literally the champions of variation on a theme and I've no idea what the other guy is talking about.

Not from CZ, bro. And Greek food is pretty awful /except/ the seafood.

>> No.7912651

>fails to see the value in the analogy which is perfectly valid for the analogous purpose; nobody would have any trouble understanding it
>instead goes on some literally autistic rant about semantics

>> No.7912664

We're champions of variation on a theme AND in variation in general. Travel across France, Spain, Greece or Italy and you will count more different dishes and styles of cooking than there are in the entire U.S.A.

With regards, to Greek food: something's wrong with your palette, maybe it's because you're from Central Europe aka the Midwest of Europe.

Your analogy was plain stupid. You compared a recipe with a food-stuff, how much more stupid can you get?

You people are hopeless. Just post some Dorilocos WEBMs and shut up.

>> No.7912675

>You compared a recipe with a food-stuff, how much more stupid can you get?

inable to look past semantic argument (things have to be "correct" or you cannot consider them) and see the obvious value in the obvious, easy to understand analogy.

a u t i s m. sorry.

>> No.7912685

Nope. Not from Central Europe either.

>> No.7912688

That's silly. Quit being silly. Why are you guys even having this argument? In America with enough looking and traveling you can find almost anything authentic, but much like Europe it may take some serious traveling. There are also vast differences in regional cuisine, even down to minor variations between towns.

So what's the problem again?

>> No.7912689

don't you just love chili anon?

>> No.7912695

Besides being a wrong analogy (hurr autism), it is a pointless one. Yes, Europe has many different cheeses, what they share in common is the fact they are cheeses and then you have subcategories like aged/fresh, hard/soft, cow/sheep/goat and so on. Being a food-stuff means it can vary in its primary ingredients (what type of milk) and its preparation. A better analogy would be the thousands of different hot-sauces in America, many with cult followings and the whole meme culture that surrounds hot-sauce. A variation on a theme then, a variation in primary ingredients (what pepper variety was used) and preparation.

Like I said, beef-stews and BBQs are a better match. We both have recipes that are variations on a theme and we both have food-stuffs that are variations on a theme. The difference is Europe has so much more in addition to that.

>> No.7912699

Wow, the internet really IS serious business.

>> No.7912703

Some American >>7912260 claimed that America has "far" better food than Europe and I got triggered. Apologies for derailing the thread, but I have a limited tolerance for stupidity.

>> No.7912710


Obsession Tier

>> No.7912711

It does though

>> No.7912713

So you're being a fucking retard who is no better than the guy you're discussing this with. Way to go.

>> No.7912714

I'm convinced at this point that he's being willfully obstinate. You're repeating a point I made already which, rather than refute, he stuck his fingers in his ears and went
>no no no no no america is bad no no no no no
Again, being from EU and living in the US as I do, I've got a bit of a better understanding of the regionality here. He's right in saying it's not as drastic as in Europe, but to downplay it as he does borders on criminal. Regionality exists here. Things vary, as you say, even town to town.
We don't have stereotypes for people from Marche because literally nothing has ever happened there, ever, but this guy just might single-handedly start the "people from Marche are huge fucking arseholes for no reason" stereotype. I guess that's something he can take pride in.

>> No.7912728

can use metal utensils with t-fal pans

>> No.7912735
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>> No.7912737

>people from Marche

I'm not "criminally underplaying" anything you stupid burger apologist. Europe is better at food, plain and simple. Our food is healthier, tastier, more diverse and we have a better relationship with our ingredients and the ways in which they are produced. Just because you had a couple of delicious BBQs and creamed your pants and fatburger from Charlotte got excited because he can eat Pho (GASP!) at his local Vietnamese, doesn't change any of this.

It doesn't
Yes, 4chan is where we come to do that. Welcome

>> No.7912743

will always lol at that title

>> No.7912745

I get the impression that no-one asked him whether he wanted to be filmed.

>> No.7912760

How does he get out without breaking the eggs though?

>> No.7912764
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>> No.7912768

He's not allowed to leave until he's sold every last egg.

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I don't care, I defended the truth.


>> No.7912793

I don't know but I'm getting strong salmonella feels from this webm.

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>> No.7912846

Americans only have to refrigerate their eggs because our farms wash them off after they collect them.
Chicken eggs are porous, but naturally have a protective layer on them that keeps germs/bacteria/bad stuff from getting into them. In basically everywhere except America, eggs are left out in the open and don't spoil.

>> No.7912929


probably because you have the digestive system of a small child you fucking weakling.

>> No.7912990

>let me remove all of the flavor from the garlic by boiling it and then straining.

>> No.7912993

sure are a lot of webm's in here.

>> No.7913239

this is an SFW board, anon.

>> No.7913259

no, americans have to refrigerate their eggs because the eggs are bleached white which reduces the shell thickness.

everyone with any money/sense buys brown eggs now and we refrigerate them because it's a fucking egg of course it goes in the refrigerator.

>> No.7913575

looks like that guy TUCO from Breaking Bad tho,
is his cooking TIGHT?

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>> No.7913735

wew lads

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>> No.7914572

He'd be better slicing the garlic thin so it liquefies in the pan.

>> No.7914581

Ew. Why are europeans so gross.

>> No.7914666

but it is a bad thing

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all of you Eurofags and Amerilards need to get hobbies and quit arguing about things you know very little about, you ruined the thread and I hope you're happy

>> No.7915947

>max fill

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I don't like how he's making this.

I prefer to heat up the oil and saute sliced garlic for a minute or two, and then add red pepper flakes.

Same ingredients, I just like the extra texture from the garlic and pepper bits.


>> No.7915994

Is that from that movie about the Chef father? IMO he added way too much parsley to that pasta.

>> No.7915996

It scares me how good SJ is at pretending to be turned on/charmed from watching him cook that pasta.

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>> No.7917668

shut the fuck up australianigger

>> No.7917687

fucking kek'd

>> No.7917745

The cold oil always gets me

>> No.7918026

Cosa cazzo sta facendo sto ritardato?

Cooking pasta, the easiest fucking thing to do.
Go back eating your fries and your hamburgers you shitheads

>> No.7918144

>That is the original recipe of the Carbonara. He simply cooks the bacon,
Guanciale! use the fucking guanciale!

>> No.7918148

nice google translate bro

>> No.7918159

È arrivato il commissario Motalbano.
Internet ti ringrazia per aver svelato il mistero.

>> No.7918169


who is she

i must know

>> No.7918175

hello you must be america

fuk off

>> No.7918257


>> No.7918559

bump for interest and later contributing

>> No.7918720

bump cause i want more webMs

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wrong vid

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>> No.7918748

remember when gifs?

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>> No.7918774

McNuggets don't grow on trees, they're carefully harvested from the ground.

>> No.7918792

damn you're retarded

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What is this? A meal for ants?

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>> No.7918847

I find her scantily clad form attractive but I'd rather she not handle food that is being served to me. She's probably had more ding dongs in her than a Hostess factory.

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>> No.7918855

is that Ariel Rebel?

>> No.7918864

As a pretty thin guy I would love to get in that pool and just swim through all that lovely fatty flesh.

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Join the party men!

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>> No.7918880

That'll be 500 euros.

>> No.7918928

of course it's guanciale. I said bacon because the amerilard wouldn't understand it

>> No.7918939

>literally no argument
fuck off and kys

>> No.7918944

vastly inferior to the OP, you must be blind

>> No.7919122

I can respect that. Depending on the parsley, it can easily overpower it if you throw too much in.

Not in my opinion, but it's just all up to taste and preference.

>your taste is shit

>> No.7919141

Anybody got FRIP THE RICE

>> No.7919148

No, you can't.

The last one here at the house got ruined by metal utensils.

>> No.7919216

( >>7915994 here) Like I said, i feel he added too much parsley and I'm sure the OP's version, tastes good but it's a bit of a bastardisation of that recipe. It's meant to be ULTRA simple/cheap and easy to make. If you have to go to all that fuss to make it kinda loses it's point.

>> No.7919432

I believe that she's a trap

>> No.7920946

/ck/ needs country flags like /pol/ I know you're out there shit posting leaves.

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>> No.7920980

That doesn't look appetizing at all

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>> No.7920989

I never got the point of these. It still takes just as long as frying an egg, plus you have to make sure that it doesn't fall out like the floppy cock it is.

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>> No.7921012

that looks awful

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>> No.7921014

What is it even supposed to be?

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>> No.7921042


why? he's cooking the crap out of them

>> No.7921045


it's not much trouble to just puree some blanched garlic and oil. i just don't think it's the same dish. in one the garlic, chilli and parsley is fried and caramelised and has a texture, in the other it's blanched to remove the pungency and turned into a creamy puree. very different experiences.

>> No.7921051


the slowmo is used so fucking poorly in these, jesus christ. it's supposed to highlight interesting or appealing aspects of the food, not prolong the unpleasant spectacle of grated cheese plummeting haphazardly onto a shitty looking pasta bake or somebody cutting bread like it's the first meal they're cooking for themselves after leaving home for college.

>> No.7921056

good cooks are hot.
and he's not an unattractive man anyways.

>> No.7921058

Im pretty sure you could say that about any restaurant. Why do europoors act like america has some cohesive cuisine thats terrible? Do they use the positives of their culture to make up for their utter personal inadequacy?

>> No.7921062


>hy do europoors act like america has some cohesive cuisine thats terrible

because they go on /ck/.

>> No.7921066

I can hear all the memes sounds in the commercial part.
hush swert pas szzzz

>> No.7921068 [DELETED] 

>Why do europoors act like america has some cohesive cuisine thats terrible?
Because hillbillies from flyover states come to 4chan and consistently whine that anything that isn't microwaved steak-ums with a side of ore-ida potato flake mush from the cheesecake factory is pretentious foreign conspiracy that exists for the sole purpose of making me feel culturally inadequate.

REAL AMERICANS only eat shit-tier CAFO meat and HFCS, if you disagree with me you're obviously a muslim refugee from France trying to force me to eat a vegetable

>> No.7921079

what is it?

>> No.7921083

That never happens. The only people I see talking about shitty microwave food is Europeans so they can spout "LOL THIS WHAT AMERICANS EAT XD". Do you only eat store bought food? Can you not cook for yourself?

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>> No.7921088 [DELETED] 

>That never happens
Sure it doesn't. You're one of them, aren't you. One time I got into an argument about food with you and you demanded to know what was in my fridge, so I told you, and you said I was making things up to seem "fashionable" or some shit.

Enjoy your tater tot hot dish and jello/marshmallow salad.

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>> No.7921095


>The only people I see talking about shitty microwave food is Europeans so they can spout "LOL THIS WHAT AMERICANS EAT XD"

then you have selective blindness.

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>> No.7921097

Holy shit

>> No.7921295 [DELETED] 
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>here, children. waffles covered in ronald mcdonalds love juices

>mfw americans consider any of that food

>> No.7921301

depending on the quality of the ingredients this could be a better pizza than 95% of takeout places produce.

>> No.7921333


what is that statement even based on

>> No.7921343

the processes witnessed. i would be quite interested in the bottom of the crust.

>> No.7921373

Of the 14 3 star restaurants in the us. 6 have foreign born chefs. Keller has of them though so that makes it 7 Americans and 6 foreigners.

>> No.7921382

tokyo alone has 12 or 13 3 star restaurants i think.

>> No.7921408

I don't agree with the edgy europoors about these webms but for fucks sake is he really garnishing with fruit loops?

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> these were marketed as a health product

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ho baby

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>> No.7921567

I love everything that was put on that, but all together kinda made me want to puke a little bit.

>> No.7921583

and cum.

Ye fresh waffles, fresh cum and fruit loops.
I should ask my boyfriend for the first two.

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>> No.7921616

Where can I get a bottle of MSG free ASS?

>> No.7921629

how much water do you think is left in that hot tub?

>> No.7921653

no water
just sweat

>> No.7921707

It is clearly made from them to begin with.

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Woooah I was on board there until the last third.

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mmm sweet!

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>> No.7923192

100% agree.

>> No.7923202

now those are my kind of shots

>> No.7923458


Something seems off here.

>> No.7923478


motherfucker does not saute his aromatics. just dumps them into the sauce.

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>> No.7923650

didnt she retire?

>> No.7923674

There was [sic] so many other egregious errors, that even if he had properly prepared his aromatics, the sauce would not have been that much better off than before.

>> No.7923794

what the FUCK is that

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>crab macaroni and cheese
>chicken parmesan
>creme pies
>bread pudding and fruit
>belgian waffles


>not food

The only one that even remotely goes in line with what you claim is the fruit loop waffles, and even then that's not exclusively American.

This obsession is becoming delusion.

>> No.7924080

What did he add to the egg there? Onion? Also, I need to get me that steel cup he used to mix it.

>> No.7924333

Blue board.

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>> No.7924632


actually all of those are very american foods

>> No.7924690

why does it levitate

>> No.7925272

I bet he even breathe wrong

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>> No.7926028

I would have eaten that before he covered it in liquid diabeetis

>> No.7926040

even better

>> No.7926329

fuck of with your fucking multiculturist bullshit waffles
damn man

>> No.7926387

I think I'm better than you:the post eurocunt edition

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How does he come to the conclusion that that's a good thing to do?

>> No.7926458

that's racist

>> No.7926617

looks like lobster mac n cheese

>> No.7927073

>meme sounds
christ has it gotten this far?

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>> No.7927847


I can't stop watching it

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>> No.7927939

huh, they jar prolapsed anus now. neat

>> No.7928263

Pop corn?

>> No.7928339

It's kind of sad that you're so envious of America you feel the need to try and create a false sense of superiority by shitposting to this magnitude.

>> No.7928342

We get it man you think you're better then us, sorry we can't all be such refined european gentlemen like yourself.

>> No.7928462

oh god

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Delectable until the paper cutting at the end.

>> No.7928585


That's how delis serve sandwiches. What's wrong with it?

>> No.7928658

gaki no tsukai's food challenges are amazing

>> No.7928670


There is a place by me that wraps their wraps in tin foil and then cuts it diagonally.

>pieces of tin foil in my wrap

I ask the mexican guy behind the counter not to cut it. he smiles and says "si, si! anything for you senior!"

>cuts it anyway every single fucking time.

I pick out the tin foil and eat it anyway because they make delicious falafel and grilled chicken wraps.

I would imagine that paper, generally, wouldn't tear and end up in the sammich as much..

>> No.7928674


That's not how tin foil works. I worked at a sandwich shop briefly and it cuts clean. Stop making shit up.

>> No.7928711


You don't think that it might behave differently if a different knife was used or a different thickness of foil might be involved?

Why do you think that all knives and all foil is the same?

>> No.7928713


Because all foil is the same. And every fucking sandwich shop is going to use the same type of bread knife.

>> No.7928717


Then why does my local italian joint slice with a serrated knife, whereas the place two doors down use a straight knife?

Why does the italian joint use really thing foil in pre-cut sheets with a diamond shape pattern embossed on it, while the place down the road uses thicker foil, un-dimpled, on a roll-type dispenser?

>> No.7928719


Because you have autism.

>> No.7928721


Looked like salt

>> No.7928800

Is he retarded on purpose?

>> No.7928834

sickly looking as fuck and 200 calories per bite

no thanks

>> No.7928855

bronze die master race

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enjoy faggots

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>> No.7929176

Why would you cut it that thick?

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>> No.7929262

Without the beer and maybe some beef stock it would turn out to be "decent" (eatable) but I'm sure the beer overpowers everything.

>> No.7929267

>pushing down the sandwich with the spatula

Yeah, no.

>> No.7929271

>the part where he just kinda stares at the jarred red pepper

his editing is so bad hahahah

>> No.7929278

>My only gripe with Americans is this persistent belief that they can get literally anything within their borders when it's simply not true.

It is true and that's one of the many reasons why we live here.

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>> No.7929560


This is why we're going to build a wall.

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>> No.7930098

Someone needs to kill Aunt Myrna.

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GOD He's like the fucking DSP of cooking!

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This kills the frog

>> No.7930780

It's his "Garbage Stew". He puts everything in his pantry that is about to expire into a pot, stirs it up, and then puts the whole thing into a slowcooker.

>> No.7930792

This is my life now

>> No.7930828

And yet there are people who xpect alien species to be friendly and do anything less than that to us.

>> No.7930839


>> No.7931079

but you eat your mothers food anon

>> No.7931085

degenerate fucks. can't wait till that next tsunami hits.

>> No.7931088

prison cell food

>> No.7931120


honest to god I'm tempted to buy one right now

that looks like the most ridiculous fucking food preparation tool on the entire god damn planet and i want it

>> No.7931148


avthentic mexican gastronomy

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I agree this pendejo can keep that shit,
>store brand chips
>raw onions
>cold pintos
>what looks like vinegar
>pickled rat turds
>wet prunes

sounds delish.

>> No.7931156

Yuropoor here, I fridge my eggs, white or brown.
But then again I buy them in bulk and want to minimize the spoilage

>> No.7931157

>Ruining your knife on a uneven ceramic plate
>Crushing your burg
>Only cooked on one side

Never gets old

>> No.7931231

>wa la

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>> No.7931476

This is the best one so far.

>> No.7931676

I saw a vid of a horse with a massive abscess on its chest being drained....

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>> No.7931764


Wasn't there a tease recently for her new upcoming hardcore video with penetration?

>> No.7931821

I had one of these things
the crust is crisp enough, but the crumb is tasteless like baguette and the cheese is American-tier processed garbage
as you say, if they were to use quality ingredients it would be palatable
as it stands, it's uncanny valley level between real food and TV dinner pizzas

>> No.7931841

Lobster mac & cheese is a waste of good lobster and it caught on as a trend here so almost every fucking restaurant has some form of it.

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>> No.7932676

muh dik