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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Braindead, Mar 12, 2018.
Just post whatever about food. This site is becoming boring.
I cooked this yesterday. Feijao with rice, oven baked meatballs and potatoes. Where are my Brazilian peeps at?
As a beaner myself... This food looks like the stereotypical beaner food.
I am sorry but that's the truth!.
That's the classic Brazilian dish. Classics will always be great.
I’m a simple yet efficient man. I like to make/eat food with all 4 food groups, like chicken stir fry (with cheese on top) or a deluxe pizza
@Braindead That looks DELICIOUS!
That looks both incredible and disgusting at the same time, I'm not sure how to feel
Not a fan of black beans?
Never actually tried them, I do usually like beans though so Id probably enjoy them.
I'm the kinda guy who doesn't really cook much or try a lot of new foods though. The most complicated thing I can make is spaghetti bolognese lol
Holy cheet, beans, rice, and potatoes? That's a ton of starch and I approve.
Being Puerto Rican, that looks like the bomb.
Arroz con Pollo will always be there, like putting cheddar cheese, bell peppers and cilantro in spaghetti.
I'm also half Salvadoran, so some yuca frita and pupusas with salsa and curtido also comes close.
Food in general is good mang.
Latin/South American food in general is pretty kreygasm
I live in a country were every citizen knows the difference between these two.
Our typical beaner food. It's called the Dominican flag.
pineapple is an s tier pizza topping, chicago deep dish > new york thin crust, Bacon > God
Someone ban this kid
pineapple > pepperoni
Pancakes are just syrup sponges and are the most overrated breakfast food of all time. Just a mush of crap.
Waffles, crepes, French Toast all better sweet foods for breakfast.
Looks quite good overall. From a presentation standpoint, could use a bit more color and from a nutrition standpoint it could use more veggies, but this still earns my general stamp of approval - congrats!
I live in a country were we know that they are the same fruits but just different variety of the same fruit.We don't act like we are some kind of Banana connoisseur
Bought a dehydrator last week, have used it to make Jerky with Salmon, Tuna and Swordfish. Used a soy and hot spices for the Salmon and Swordfish and an olive oil/herb mix for the Tuna. It goes quickly but god damn is it amazing.
I once bought some peppers, hollowed them out and cut a hole in the top. Stuffed it with chicken, cheese and a garlic sauce thingy then put in the oven. It was pretty rad.
I once bought a pot noodle, put the kettle on and removed the lid. Drenched it in the generous sachet of soy sauce provided, along with just enough boiling water to thicken it out but not send the noodles to a plastic, watery grave. It was pretty rad
Then you my friend have not heard of guineo. Either boiled or escabeche style.