What are you eating or cooking?

Either is this a small steak or large fries.

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You’re eating in the Wonka Land restaurant. This food is sized so weird!

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It’s a 250g steak. These are gigantic fries.

Several of them was more than twice the length.

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It’s a small steak, mate. Yep, bloody tiny thing.

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In reality they are McDonald’s fries and it’s just a tiny steak.

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Hi Pointe is a sorta half step up McDonalds akin to smash burger or 5 guys + fries. Really excellent for fast food.

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No visit to Copenhagen is complete without a burgers from Gasoline Grill.


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You are having all these burgers and here I am with my vegetables, rice and tofu :sweat_smile: but it was also very delicious :yum:

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A while ago my dad bought this fairly nondescript package of ramen noodles and I found we still have some packages leftover.

Thanks to “Original Flavour Sauce”, some leftover chicken from last night’s dinner, and a soft boiled egg, I made this tasty looking lunch
It’s pretty soy-saucy kind of taste.


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We went to a farmers market in our neighbourhood today. On top of the produce stands there was a raclette sandwich vendor. I have never seen this before. The only melting cheese I was familiar with was fondue (:+1:) and dirty nacho cheese from a ball park (:-1:). It was delicious. Sandwich came with ham, the cheese, pickles, onions, and a dijon mustard. The vendor said traditionally raclette is served over potatoes and veggies and sometimes a protein, but in recent years you see it more on sandwiches.

The cheese is like a Gruyère but with a slightly stronger taste and it smells stronger than it tastes. Really good.

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The wife and I are eating at a place that we haven’t been to since before the pandemic hit, a place formerly called Lin’s, now called Kin’s, that is an Asian food buffet. It’s been too long since I’ve had a plate of their General Tao chicken, and the first bite was divine.

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Ok, as a Swiss I have to comment here. The original raclette is from valais (a canton in Switzerland). There’s a special cheese for this called “Raclette du Valais”. Although we use a lot of different cheeses now. The cheese will be served as in your picture but over potatoes. Usually we also serve some pickles as a side dish, nothing more.
Edit: The drink for this is white wine or black tea. Everything else is frowned upon.

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Awesome ! Thanks for the correction. Only over potatoes! Then it’s cheese and starch. So it’s not so far off from the nacho ball park cheese over corn chips I was giving a thumbs down then?? (KIDDING) it was 100x better.

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My wife and I made carbonara for the first time. It was pure CHAOS. The recipe only has a few ingredients but you’re constantly moving stuff around and it’s supposed to happen rather quickly to be super good. We read that your first carbonara is always your worst bc your work flow will improve. It was not bad though (= Next time we will use one less full egg and one more egg yolk. The recipe called for 4 egg yolks plus 2 full eggs and we think one less egg white will be “more gooder.”

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Not intending to dog on your food but that…doesn’t look particulary appetizing to me. :sweat_smile:

Dude I love Chinese food and that looks so good, but no chop sticks?

It’s appearance may not be special, but don’t let that fool you.

I don’t have time for any of that, I’ve been waiting three years to eat here again. Give me a fork and I’m digging in!

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Carbonara YESSS I love carbonara :yum:

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Used this video and had it for breakfast this morning

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My wife had to work late. Surprised her with this food:


It’s a variation of this recipe:

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