Cooking / eating

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#1 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-15 19:55

I'm eating a corndog for a lunch snack! And I think I'll fix a steak tonight for dinner.

What foods do you like? Try out any new recipes lately?

#2 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-16 08:59


#3 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-16 20:59

Is this you?

#4 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-17 20:54

Had some homemade bacon (smoked a pork belly) with breakfast. Very tasty! The thicker the bacon, the better 🥓

#5 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-19 00:25

I ate a whole head of raw garlic today. It burns, and you have to eat it slowly, but once you finish it feels like a real accomplishment. Something about it fills me with life and energy.
If you eat the raw garlic very quickly you can swallow it before the taste and the burning really takes hold, but that's the boring way of eating it. You need to feel the fire if you want to feel the joy.

#6 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-19 01:41

Someone once offered to pay me $5 to take a bite out of a raw onion and eat it. The taste was fine, I love onions, but my body would not let me swallow it.

#7 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-20 07:52

ugh i ate mcdonalds happy meal porridge for the llama toy

#8 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2020-12-20 08:23

Is it a cool llama though?

#9 )) Name: Deleted @ 2020-12-20 11:49

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#10 )) Name: I ate a spicy beef jamaican patty. Jamaican patties from the gas station are always good. great gas station food. better than hot dogs. @ 2020-12-27 05:53

Gas station food rankings:
1. Jamaican Patties
2. Hot Dogs
3. Slushies
99. Boiled Peanuts

#11 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-01-01 12:44

Vegemite mixed with rendered pork fat, on bread.

#12 )) Name: <b>Anonymous</b> @ 2021-01-14 04:30

I promise on a holy book that I will never consume whey protein powder

#13 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-01-14 15:47

pasta with cheese and ketchup

#14 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-01-16 22:15

I think I'm going to make some Korean bibimbap tonight.

#15 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-01-24 15:22

my husband showed me his thiCK hot dog bun

sigh I wish he has got two of them

#16 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-01-24 15:23

i want prawn nuggets

#17 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-02-03 15:24

33chan, come over

#18 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-02-19 08:01

Fried garlic, peppers, mushrooms, pork, garlic. Added a little soy sauce and pepper at the very end, added to my salad. Very tasty.

#19 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-05 15:04

poop is just retired food

#20 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-08 11:56

Had some gulash yesterday. Pork, sauerkraut, and fennel seeds. Good stuff.

#21 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-12 11:33

Looks good man

#22 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-12 14:44

>I'm eating a corndog for a lunch snack!
How old are you?

#23 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-13 09:58

Don't dis the corndogs, bub. They're a snack suitable for every age group and every race.

I've been eating ridiculous amounts of liquorice.

#24 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-04-18 05:22

Baby daddy's cock

#25 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-05-03 16:53

I made some baked chicken thighs with some rice and beans. The chicken was amazing but the rice, not so much. I still need to figure out how to get rice to be actually tasty.

#26 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-05-04 02:47

fried some tofu and pork with a salad, yummy yummy, think i'll have some yogurt and fruit

#27 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-04 17:20

Rice, salad, fried tempeh: https://i.imgur.com/pq0H4p3.jpg

#28 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-04 20:20

1 impossible burger, seasoned with a bit of garlic salt and hot sauce, fried in bacon grease, served on toasted dark rye bread:

They cost a bit more than ground beef burgers, but taste fine; still cheaper than a pub burger.

#29 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-09 23:20

Made a real burger from beef instead of vegetables today. Pretty good. Cooked it to medium-well done. But what took me by surprise was, I added to the patty what I considered a generous amount of salt, and was it was slightly undersalted when finished!!

#30 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-12 02:03

Reverse seared, butter basted steak.

Preheat oven to 105* C.
Salt and pepper steak generously on all sides.
Cook until appropriate doneness* and remove.
Preheat pan on stovetop with oil.
Add steak and butter, and any other aromatics / spices.
Flip steak after 1 minute, and begin basting butter.
Continue flipping until crust is satisfactory, then remove steak.


#31 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-13 09:12

anyone else like tempeh?


#32 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-23 03:51

I'd made some curried rice a few days ago. Added mushroom, peppers, garlic, tempeh, seaweed, and spam. Seasoned with a bit of soy sauce, powdered garlic, hot sauce. Fried until crispy.


#33 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-23 21:05

Hi im eating passion fruit yoguet

#34 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-06-24 02:07

Daddy ignored me again

#35 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-10-14 18:45

marinate beef


#36 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-10-21 21:20

this is the soup i started making about 2 hours ago.

For the base, I used some miso, gochujang, green curry, fried onion and garlic, butter, spices, a dab of peanut butter, along with "cream of chicken" in a can. Each serving has about 14g net carbohydrate, 4g fiber, 16g protein


#37 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2021-10-22 22:26

Had some soup and garlic toast for breakfast, oatmeal and yogurt for lunch. Pizza will be the dinner.

#38 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2022-08-17 05:41


I only had all-purpose flour on hand, but these still turned out pretty well.

150g flour
150g water
1/8g instant yeast
> sit overnight, covered, out of fridge
350g flour
280g water
10g salt
2g yeast
> mix, fold kneed over 2 hours
> shape and proof for 1 hour
> bake at 250c for ~35 minutes in steamy oven

#39 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2022-08-17 05:42


also made a boule which was turned into some delicious garlic bread :3

#40 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2022-08-17 06:37


Fried tempe and tahu. I seasoned the tempe with a bit of soy sauce, garlic powder, and curry powder before deep frying it all. Savory and satisfying.

#41 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-09-28 12:04

ooh the tempeh looks so good :o how does one add images in the thread and how does one reply to a specific post :D

#42 )) Name: Admin-sama @ 2023-09-29 07:20

click on the number in the top left to reply .. and post an imgur link to embed an image in your post :)

#43 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-09-29 09:46


#44 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-09-29 09:49

okay :D
so uh.. roughly 600x600 or thereabout resolutions then

#45 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-02 18:29

ok gonna try be as composed as possible here, junk-food is satan-aids and probably the reason why the USA is literally going collectively insane, sodas imported from the US require labeling here, the US imported sodas have a sticker with a list of the ingredients and below the ingredients it say "warning this product may negatively impact the behavior and learning abilities of children"

#46 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-02 18:35

my philosophies on food are irrelevant as they are too far divorced from those of 99.999% of normal humans, one idea of mine is that, once a person 'loves' and enjoys the food, at that point, the food becomes a perversion, food should taste good and 'good' may as well translate into "taste fresh"

#47 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-02 18:58

imo, less is more, the less processing required, the better the dish, todays dinner 650g of ribeye steak, foods i found to significantly improve my general health include, meats, fish, eggs, dairy butter, low GI vegetables, i also found that dramatically lovering carbs significantly improved my wellbeing

#48 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-03 13:00

Pulled pork, peppers, and garlic with some mi goreng (Indonesian yakisoba)


#49 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-03 13:01

Wife made me this for breakfast...
Hot dog sushi with carrot. She laid the rice out on a sheet of seaweed and put a cooked hot dog on the rice and rolled it up. Pretty good. I thought I added a reasonable amount of wasabi but every bite blew my nose up. Still pretty yum.


#50 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-03 14:03

ooh those look real good, gotta stick to a purist food philosophy myself due to health issues, trying to manage some major inflammations, perhaps autoimmune disorders, sushi was almost a staple of mine

#51 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-03 16:37

we can not add to the given days of our lives, but we can shorten the number of days we were given

#52 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-03 16:47

how do we make sense of information when, from one decade to the next, eggs go from being a superfood to being a ticket to an early grave to yet again becoming a superfood, conflicting information is frustrating, various industries try capitalizing and thus add to the confusion, perhaps one approach is to observe what groups of people have a decent quality of life at a higher age and study their dietary habits and lifestyle

#53 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-04 03:03

This looks pretty tasty.

When it comes to meat, you just can't beat a steak...

#54 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-05 05:04

I do not understand why everyone constantly obsesses over steaks. Steak is an extremely overpriced food that is extremely underwhelming. I’ve been far more impressed by different varieties of chicken that I’ve had than any steak.

#55 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-05 17:24

some say grass-fed beef is highly nutrient dense, poultry and fish are good options, due to my age and various health issues, i must prioritize healthy foods over tasty foods, i cant define 'healthy foods' but 45 years of life experience taught me what to avoid, if the food happens to taste good, then i consider this a bonus, pic. below: grilled chicken with pak choi lightly fried in dairy butter with garlic and hoisin sauce

#56 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-07 17:58

do i deserve to eat steak, probably not, i am but a useless eater, the irony is, i dont like steak, but i suffer from massive inflammations, and avoiding plant based foods seems to alleviate those inflammations, especially grains, and carbs in general, seem to cause massive problems, a more deserving person who contributes to the world would probably be thankful to eat steak, the universe is filled with contradictions, and life feels like a dance on a checkerboard where one tries landing on the white squares, while the universe at times seems to be pushing you over

#57 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-07 18:06

eating slaughtered animals is macabre but here we are, 500g of angus rib eye steak (core temp ~50c), 6x eggs, 2x avocados, bbq sauce and pickled red bell peppers

#58 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-09 06:08

Reverse seared this medium guy. Baked to 50c with a little black pepper and soy sauce, then seared in a hot cast iron with a bit of black pepper, nutmeg, and chili powder to finish it.


Wife says: "It's a 10!"

#59 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-09 13:01

Reverse searing yields excellent results. Although I don't eat pork myself, the result in the photo looks great. To save time, I rely on a Foreman-style grill and a meat thermometer.

#60 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-09 13:17

🍲 **Bone Broth à la xOOG** 🍲

- 1-2 kg (2.2-4.4 lbs) beef bones
- 3-5 bay leaves
- ½-1 tablespoon whole black peppercorns
- 100-200 ml (3.4-6.8 fl oz) vinegar
- Enough water to cover the bones
- Salt (consider herbal salts for extra flavor)

**Preparation Instructions:**
1. In a large pot, combine beef bones, bay leaves, whole black peppercorns, and add enough water to completely cover the bones. **(Do not add salt yet.)**
2. Simmer for a maximum of 23 hours (simmering beyond 23 hours may damage the collagen).
3. After simmering, remove the bones and strain the broth through a fine sieve.
4. Allow the broth to settle for a few minutes, then use a ladle to gently skim off the fat layer that floats on top. *(The fat can be saved for other cooking purposes.)*
5. Finally, season the broth with salt (or herbal salt).



#61 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-09 14:37

todays dinner, grilled ribeye steak with hoisin sauce and """kimchi""" -- later today, perhaps garlic & rosemary marinated mutton chops with ljutenica on the side, later; 2x avocados and for the final snack of the day; organic blueberries -- considering keto-burgers for tomorrow -- not much is ever written in stone though

#62 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-16 14:37

👨‍🍳 Béarnaise à la xOOG 👨‍🍳

Pick your favorite recipe, but here's what you do: ignore the traditional technique where you add melted butter drop by drop into egg yolks while whisking. Instead, put the egg yolks and reduction in a pot, give 'em a little whisk, then toss in cold butter cubes (yes, cold butter cubes). Crank up the stovetop to medium heat (careful, you're not making an omelet), and gently stirr those butter cubes as they emulsify with the yolks and reduction. This method is much simpler and less likely to go wrong. Preparing the reduction from scratch is superior but ain't nobody got time for dat so might as well opt for a béarnaise essence.

#63 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-16 14:39

damn it uploaded the wrong image >:(

#64 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-16 15:59

todays dinner, mincemeat and kimchi

#65 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-16 16:07

onions, mincemeat, drained kimchi, eggs, spring onions, holy grail of ketchup; no added sugars, no added sweeteners, no added preservatives or other weird stuffs, its made from sweet sun-ripe tomatoes and best of all? its cheap, overall i rate the dinner 2/10 (would pay a dollar if it ment i'd be able to live on vegan/vegetarian food)

#66 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-17 17:19

todays star; homemade bearnaise ..mostly, for this bearnaise, i used a couple of teaspoons of the premade danish bearnaise reduction seen in the oversized image in >>62, one egg yolk and 70 grams of organic dairy butter, i used the preparation method in >>62 and added some dried fine estragon at the end, the ribeye steak was mediocre at best and the bearnaise performed miracles in lifting up the culinary experience, sides were french asparagus from a jar and some amazing pickled red bell pepper, all in all, a 6/10 meal where most of the points are credited to the bearnaise

#67 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-18 15:35

look at the consistency of my bearnaise sauce! LOOK AT IT, this is utter perfection without the use of ANY satan-compliant ingredients

#68 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-18 15:39

todays meal; mince meat and veggies + pickled red bell peppers topped with bearnaise sauce, i do not use any cooking oils and the only fats in the meal derive from the mince meat itself and from the bearnaise sauce, i do use frozen veggies (cant be spending hours preparing my meals) but beyond that, no processed ingredients

#69 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-18 22:45


#70 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-19 15:59

Anyone here like fridge pickles?

Basic recipe:
> water + vinegar (aim for 3%-5% acidity)
> plenty of salt
> chopped garlic, peppers, etc
> cucumbers, carrots, boiled eggs, etc

Keep in fridge for at least a week.
Reuse brine until cloudy.

Takes all of 5 minutes to prepare ...and way cheap and easy!

#71 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-19 16:22

>>51 the egg is RAW

#72 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-19 21:48

shall try this, seems like the perfect snack
no, those are not raw eggs, pic below are raw eggs >:D best enjoyed chilled >:D

#73 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-20 14:32

barbaric, so disgusting its epic again

#74 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-20 18:02

Rice with fried diced lunch meat, peppers, onions, and garlic in equal proportion


#75 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-20 18:06

ok, failed to buy ingredients for the fridge pickles but this is on the list of things to be done, but, some guy told me he uses an it-thermometer to make popcorn so i figured this would work for the perfect bearnaise as well, so! got myself a fairly good ir-thermometer today \o/

#76 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-20 18:13

that looks mighty good :D do you add some extra virgin olive oil to the dish?

#77 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-21 00:01

damn nice hand

#78 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-25 21:49

thank you

todays evening snack: eggs, sardines, olives, pickled grilled red bell pepper, capers and olive oil .. oooh how i yearn for some baguette with butter and perhaps some brie cheese .. but seems everything i like is bad for me

#79 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-10-28 10:17

yesterdays dinner, 16 chicken wings, seasoned in avocado oil with salt, pepper, garlic and chili, had some BBQ sauce on the side, simple and delicious, no carbs besides the BBQ sauce, low-carb high-fat foods keep me from craving snacks

#80 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-11-11 05:45


Still one hour before I can cut it ...


#81 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-11-26 15:46

looks absolutely delicious

made myself matapa and ugali today, south-east african dish, very satisfying, very tasty, had to use local ingredients as the original ones are unavailable here, tasted authentic nevertheless

#82 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-11-26 15:49

hmm.. seems like 800x600 may be better suited

#83 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-11-27 15:00

Fusilli del Bosco con Crema di Funghi Selvatici, Formaggio Profumato, Aglio, Olio d'Oliva, e Pepe Nero à la xOOG

#84 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-12-03 14:51

african style dinner, ugali with canned mackerel in tomato sauce, raw onion and pickles, may not be optimal seen from a nutritional perspective, taste fine though, easy to prepare and minimal processed items besides the fish and pickles

#85 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-12-09 22:32

todays dinner, Fusilli Verde con Formaggio Feta e Olio d'Oliva, simple yet delicious, probably nutritious

#86 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-12-11 14:19

todays lunch: corn & rice fusilli (naturally gluten free), mixed veggies, mixed mushrooms, onions and eggs, a little dairy butter, spices & herbs, salt, had pickled red peppers on top (not in pic), making tasty food is far down my list of priorities, however, this tasted wunderbar, i consider this a bonus

#87 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-12-18 00:58

favorite food: Japanese

#88 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2023-12-20 23:29

broccoli, butter, fusilli (naturally gluten free), herbal salt, black pepper

#89 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2024-01-05 16:17

another amazing meal, made more bone broth and used all the meats and whatnot that came off the bone and used those in todays dinner, almost zero waste, todays meal: veggies, meats, skimmed fats from the broth, organic gluten free fusilli (rice and corn), eggs a'la xoog, herbal salts and some pickled red bell pepper, would probably be overwhelming for most but.. dont care much how the foods look or tastes, it's all about the nutrition values and health benefits ..if the food happens to taste good then, i consider that a bonus ..and it usually tastes amazing!

#90 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2024-01-31 23:50

organic gluten free rice and corn fusilli, veggies, onions, organic eggs, organic dairy butter and olive oil, organic beetroots, organic herbal salts, organic garlic, pickled red bell pepper, so good.. so so good

#91 )) Name: Anonymous @ 2024-01-31 23:55

ah yes and mixed mushrooms


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