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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 4, 2023.
also $8+ for a single burger of that quality is CRAZY shit
But did you get it the ultra-(not)secret shake shack way that is probably a thing?
Me and the wife used to literally live on top of one (big complex) so it was a frequent dining last resort.
I feel like it was a rarity we ended up paying less than 35-40 for the two of us.
double culvers burger is 5.69
legitimately half of what a double shake shack burger costs and far far better
unrelated but Diablo 4 is awesome so far
Most non-dogshit-MckieDeez burgers taste the same to me, but Freddy's Steakburgers aren't bad.
Our McDolans has been over cooking the burgers the last two times.
Joke about killing someone if had to listen to Blink 182 for 30 mins
I really like Shake Shack. I realy like Culver's. They are both capable of serving terrible burgers.
Big bacon classic for butthead from wendys
Mayo, tomato, bacon #1, even if the tomatoes don't really taste like tomatoes
So that's not what it was about?
I get the chicken when I go to shake shack
Nug you going to go back to it at any point? After 15 years were you even getting high?
SHOW SOME RESPECK, a.tramp !
I was certainly still getting high. I personally think weed quality is at its ceiling, I'm not sure how much better it can get.
I'm sure I'll get high with friends again, but as far as being an everyday toker, I think (hope?) those days are done.
Anyone watched the move The Hero with Sam Elliot?
On multiple fronts this story killed me cc: BayouMafia
"NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Louisiana couple has run afoul of state law by keeping a 22-pound nutria -- a beady-eyed, orange-toothed, rat-tailed rodent commonly considered a wetlands-damaging pest -- as a pet that frolics with their dog, snuggles in their arms and swims in the family pool."
Came back to play with the Aussies?
Finally escaped another kidnapping - glad to have you back.
Just leaving the liquor store. There were 3 different people in there wearing Slipknot attire
I always loved that AJ Soprano wore Slipknot and Pantera clothing
Made some fire pork schnitzel with a dill sauce tonight. The sauce was good as fuck
I am 100% judging your neighborhood
frontera tortilla chips are the best
best bayless brother stays winning
vincent hanna is eathan's neighbor
TIL Rick is related to Skip. I don't know how to process that.
i know this is a surprise but Skip was a famously terrible brother!
skip addressed it in a monologue a few years ago
i will prob always be loyal to juanita's tortilla chips
i've watched quite a few of rick's youtube videos. their personalities seem very different
iirc skip also heavily implied that troy aikman was gay in order to get people to subscribe to his fax letter. just total scumbag shit
they're probably better than these but I don't have access to them anymore sadly
the flavored variant is wild
i recall reading that rick was the beloved child growing up and his parents were very supportive of his cooking and culinary exploration
whereas skip felt ostracized for being the "jock" despite being the very successful athlete
maybe the parents just knew that skip was an asshole
for whoever wants to make their own conclusion, skip romanticizes some of it obviously but this seems pretty honest as it paints him in a bad light
8 months ago (edited)
Dad: Wow isn’t Rick something?
Rick: Wow thanks dad!!
Skip: Well is he really that guy? Seriously, In the last 2 minutes of doing his chores, he left a dirty spot on 2 plates. In all my years of covering chores, I’ve never seen anything like it.Chosen one turns into the frozen one.
rick has that bourdain-esque sensibility where you don't just go somewhere foreign and say whether you like the food or not. i can't imagine skip having that. skip is also 71 and wears a gold chain
rick is probably the most important person regarding bringing mexican food to america....ever?
and he's just some dude from oklahoma
Raichlen and Bayless are on my “culinary” Rushmore. Pretty evident by where most of my cooking ends up.
damn, this is actually tragic. i'm not a skip bayless fan by any means but this video/segment is great.
who else is on it? i actually decided to sort of complete my cookbook collection last month (i wish i had more but don't have a ton of space left). i really struggled with deciding which bayless book to buy.
rip toro bravo and that entire restaurant group.
and pok pok.
zahav legit one of the best meals i've ever had. he thought we were vip's so we got multiple extra courses which was neat.
Oddly that is pretty much it from a known person standpoint. If I had to put more on it, it would be my mom, grandma, and great grandma.
My great great grandma was of Russian & German heritage and I was heavily influenced by the food I had at her house and watched/helped her make. Lots of pickled dishes, confit, raw and/or cured meats, and mousses/molds.
My grandmother ran one of the best classic american diner/comfort food kitchens I ever ate at in a small podunk town in oklahoma. So anything fried, griddled, or roasted I was able to watch happen over and over again.
And then my mom, who applied a combination of those things to our house on a daily basis. Lots of pickling and making quality meals out of what was available.
I have a handful of cookbooks that I occasionally look at for inspiration and usually decide what I want to make and then look online for something similar to check my thought process against.
I don’t see that as painting skip in a bad light at all.
It blew my mind when I learned that too
the part where he says his dad got up at 4 am every day to cook the ribs and can’t help himself from saying that 4 doesn’t actually sound that early to him is classic Skip. It does appear to put his asshole/attention seeking needs into perspective.
Ok yeah there’s some “flair” of his in the storytelling for sure. But I just don’t think there’s any merit to the idea that children of a broken home are supposed to “save” their siblings.