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(The Chive)   Nothing to see here, just 40 pictures of delectable food photography. Are you hungry yet? (some possibly Not safe for work images on sidebar & bottom of page)   (thechive.com) divider line 28
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2013-05-10 10:34:14 AM  
People who photograph their food have a mental disorder. I agree.

http://www.inquisitr.com/654100/instagram-food-picture-poster-you-ha ve -an-eating-disorder/

/plus they are usually fat
 
2013-05-10 10:39:00 AM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-10 10:41:39 AM  
thechive.files.wordpress.com
Bottled water on grilling food.
whywouldyoudothat.jpg
 
2013-05-10 10:46:15 AM  

Walker: People who photograph their food have a mental disorder. I agree.

/plus they are usually fat


Half of my pictures are of home-made sushi, because it's a difficult thing to prepare unless you're patient. Same with most of the other pictures (and I don't do it that often). I am fat, but it's because I'm lazy and drink too much. I'm one of the few people I know that stops at one plate at a buffet...

Also I usually use a real camera, not a cellphone.

/shrug
 
2013-05-10 10:47:57 AM  
media.ticketmaster.com

Hungry? I'm starving!


What do you say we stick an apple in Subby's mouth and roast him on a totally non-sexual, not in any way to be construed as a homosexual or sexual depravity referenced, spit? Who's with me now???
 
2013-05-10 10:48:15 AM  

Jacob_Roberson: [thechive.files.wordpress.com image 250x375]
Bottled water on grilling food.
whywouldyoudothat.jpg


it's not uncommon to add some liquid to grilled mollusks.  although, the liquid i use is called melted butter.

www.neworleans.com
 
2013-05-10 10:54:21 AM  
WHOA! NSFW thumbnails at the bottom.
Modmins, please label link appropriately.
 
2013-05-10 10:55:30 AM  
Well, that was mostly crap and borderline NSFW.  Plus from the quick skim, I didn't see this at all:

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-10 10:56:35 AM  
Needs more tri tip!
 
Ant
2013-05-10 11:02:14 AM  
dl.dropboxusercontent.com
Unfortunately, I killed my 2-year-old sourdough starter culture shortly after I made this.
 
2013-05-10 11:02:21 AM  
You can pretty much tell that the one picture is from the Salt Lick in Driftwood. They use whats more of a grill than a true BBQ pit if you ask me. That place is more of a gimmick than anything. The all you can eat factor (with a 20+ dollars per person price) is nice if you want to eat (dry) meat for a few hours. Avoid the sides---awful. Grilled or BBQ'ed meat  no matter how awful it is still, well, meat. And meat is good. You're better off finding some hole in the wall place on some random highway that converted a 58 buick's trunk or 55 gallon drum into a BBQ pit and is run by a person with an interesting nickname like "Smitty" or "Lucky".
 
2013-05-10 11:02:46 AM  

PsyLord: Well, that was mostly crap and borderline NSFW.  Plus from the quick skim, I didn't see this at all:

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 500x355]


Del Monico? YUM. :D
 
2013-05-10 11:05:39 AM  

Ant: [dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 600x450]
Unfortunately, I killed my 2-year-old sourdough starter culture shortly after I made this.


Beautiful bread.

I make my own yogurt and buttermilk. Both room temp, no need to heat milk. Just pour the last batch into the next batch and let it rest at room temp for 12 to 36 hours or so. I don't bake bread often enough and I don't ferment cabbage and other veggies enough.

Isn't nature wonderful?
 
2013-05-10 11:11:34 AM  
Number 9 made me hungry.. err wait, we are talking about food aren't we...
 
Ant
2013-05-10 11:11:41 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Ant: [dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 600x450]
Unfortunately, I killed my 2-year-old sourdough starter culture shortly after I made this.

Beautiful bread.

I make my own yogurt and buttermilk. Both room temp, no need to heat milk. Just pour the last batch into the next batch and let it rest at room temp for 12 to 36 hours or so. I don't bake bread often enough and I don't ferment cabbage and other veggies enough.

Isn't nature wonderful?


Nature is awesome. I like that I can just capture yeast from the air and make really flavorful bread from it using only 3 additional ingredients: flour, water, and salt.
 
2013-05-10 11:17:40 AM  
I'm waiting for the idots on instafacetwitspace to post a photo of their latest bowel movement with the caption "check out what I ate three days ago!!!!"

/probably already been done.
 
Ant
2013-05-10 11:18:44 AM  

bedtundy: I'm waiting for the idots on instafacetwitspace to post a photo of their latest bowel movement with the caption "check out what I ate three days ago!!!!"

/probably already been done.


You've never heard of ratemypoo.com? Don't go there.
 
2013-05-10 11:23:39 AM  

Ant: bedtundy: I'm waiting for the idots on instafacetwitspace to post a photo of their latest bowel movement with the caption "check out what I ate three days ago!!!!"

/probably already been done.

You've never heard of ratemypoo.com? Don't go there.


Oh yeah, that's been around for years.  I'm just waiting for the hipster doofusses to catch up.
 
2013-05-10 11:28:32 AM  

Jacob_Roberson: [thechive.files.wordpress.com image 250x375]
Bottled water on grilling food.
whywouldyoudothat.jpg


could be wine, no?
Loved that it wasn't a slideshow, loved how they "subtlety" mix in purty womens, could do without the chicken legs and the bowl of cereal but I WANT that rib rotisserie for my smoker.
 
2013-05-10 11:29:13 AM  

Ant: TheShavingofOccam123: Ant: [dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 600x450]
Unfortunately, I killed my 2-year-old sourdough starter culture shortly after I made this.

Beautiful bread.

I make my own yogurt and buttermilk. Both room temp, no need to heat milk. Just pour the last batch into the next batch and let it rest at room temp for 12 to 36 hours or so. I don't bake bread often enough and I don't ferment cabbage and other veggies enough.

Isn't nature wonderful?

Nature is awesome. I like that I can just capture yeast from the air and make really flavorful bread from it using only 3 additional ingredients: flour, water, and salt.


What I like about making villi yogurt and cultured buttermilk is I can either use leftovers from the last batch to make a new batch or, in the case of buttermilk, I can--if I manage to kill of my starter--just buy a high-quality, multistrain cultured buttermilk and use part of  that as a new starter.
 
2013-05-10 11:57:16 AM  
There was a link to underboob (nsfw) pictures and you opted to submit one about food. What that hell is your problem subby
 
2013-05-10 11:59:13 AM  
Not Safe For Diet pix on the entire page
 
2013-05-10 12:08:13 PM  
WTF is this site?  It's kind of NSFW so I can't explore.  Is "Hooters" a fetish now?  Is this porn for fat dudes?

P.S. Those pictures farking suck
 
2013-05-10 12:21:37 PM  
You're right, subby, nothing to see here.
 
2013-05-10 12:34:39 PM  
The Chive can be NSFW, but there were some thumbnails to celeb nip slips at the bottom there were def. NSFW.
 
2013-05-10 12:36:21 PM  
Also, most of the food shown was pretty gross...aside from the bacon cupped bra. That was pretty cool and delicious looking. However if I need my fill of bacon awesomeness, I turn to http://www.youtube.com/user/EpicMealTime
 
2013-05-10 01:51:09 PM  
Meh.

If not for #37 it'd be a waste of time.
 
2013-05-10 05:53:24 PM  
What a bunch of unappealing bullshiat.

Blasphemous Knave: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x428]


Looks better than the whole article, WTG
 
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