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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 1, 2018.
I get tomato sauce has sugar in it. That thing makes it seem like you just dump sugar on the noodles
I'm pretty sure there are places where people do just that
1. If sugar/spaghetti is a thing. It's not a northern thing. I mean the south are the ones that get diabetes from their tea.
2. The combination of having a quality cinnamon roll with your chili is ridiculously good. I understand it may seem odd if you haven't had it but once you have you understand.
He has since edited his post in the food thread but Tobias previously advocated for Ranch powder packets in spaghetti.
Chili on a cinnamon roll ? What in the world
no sugar in j kenji lopez-alt's tomato sauce recipe, no sugar in mine
Not sure if this has been discussed, but Skyline Chili has cinnamon as a central ingredient.
I could probably find a different thread for this but this is fucking crazy.
are you even from the midwest
Honestly never hear of it. Maybe you have to be closer to Nebraska like in KC
Ive put a bit of sugar in tomato sauce during the cooking process, but that graphic makes it seem like sugar is a topping.
i was fed that hearty meal during my youth when i was more near oklahoma.
Just watched Real Sports on Ice Cubes Big 3 league. Seems like it will be good thing. See former greats play half court.
Also Cube as always is just so damn likable
And it also suggests that a lot of people put Swiss cheese on spaghetti. It’s a very stupid meme/poll.
team lots of midwest life and never heard of the cinnamon roll/chili thing until tmb
Where? I have to know this.
Idk, I just assume there are a weird segment of society for everything. I Google and got like 2 actual results and even then it was like yahoo answers or some shit. Must just mean in sauce. Which isn't that weird but I dont do it.
Powdered ranch dressing is one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse
It’s a very small amount for those that add it in. Some use a touch of brown sugar instead. It can help balance everything (SUPER IMPORTANT TO GUINEAS) and cuts the acidity. A whole onion can help cut acidity, too.
At the same time, more time on the flame is never bad.
But anyway, my mom makes better sauce than this.
I always put sweated onion and mushroom and bell pepper and garlic in my sauce, at a minimum.
I put brown sugar in my chili when I make a pot.
The first thing I do is carmelize my onions in butter and brown sugar, very small amounts of butter and brown sugar, but once carmalized, I brown the beef on top of that.
Then everything else goes in the pot.
Made a bolognese not too long ago. Too much fucking wine. Checked out a bunch of recipes and they all called for a decent amount of red. Fuck that. I should’ve used half or less.
So now Burger King has a “impossible whopper” that has no meat.
is this your first time hearing about impossible burgers?
No one said on. You have a cinnamon roll and you have chili and you eat them akin to a breadstick and pasta.
this man knows
This makes it less weird, but still an odd pairing .
I'll try anything once tho
i can never tell if certain things are memes or genuine
like cinnamon rolls and pasta
Gotta be honest. If we can get to a point where we can create delicious meat without having to kill billions of animals, I’m all in.
We’re getting pretty damn close. I’ve had it that burger before. It’s pretty good and honestly on a fully dressed burger i probably couldn’t tell. The consistency is a little different but the taste is p close
From Burger King, yes. I don’t eat red meat often, for reasons. I also don’t eat fast food, I just thought it was ironic/funny.
Edit: Just drinking and saw it on a commercial. I know the burger alternatives.
cinnamon rolls and chili is 100% genuine and 100% good.
and get whataburger's name out your mouth
More like Whatabooger haha snap, snap
you need to hit burgerville
when u taking me
A Dutch company called Mosa Meat is trying to launch lab grown red meat to the market by 2021. They can make it now, it’s just not economical for mass sale.
I'm a Culvers country man now
I heard BKs impossible burger is solid
More places need a keto friendly bun option
you can eat my buns they're zero carb
i ate an impossible burger slider from white castle the other day
it wasn't as bad as their actual sliders so thats a win i guess
I like real beef ama
i love this guy's youtube videos for some reason
My question on the cinnamon rolls and chili combo is how did it become a thing.
Are cinnamon rolls and chili both so present in daily life in the Midwest that they became a pairing?
my guess is they are in winter
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I don't like cinnamon rolls AMA