• What temperature should bearnaise be served at?

    I was at a restaurant a couple of days ago and I had steak with bearnaise sauce. When i tried some of the bearnaise it was completely cold! I complained to the waitress and she said bearnaise is 'always served cold'. I thought bearnaise was meant to be warm, especially considering it's made with melted butter. I know the eggs can curdle... show more
    I was at a restaurant a couple of days ago and I had steak with bearnaise sauce. When i tried some of the bearnaise it was completely cold! I complained to the waitress and she said bearnaise is 'always served cold'. I thought bearnaise was meant to be warm, especially considering it's made with melted butter. I know the eggs can curdle if the butter is too hot but serving it actually cold with a hot steak seems wrong to me. That waitress has got me confused....
    1 answer · Cooking & Recipes · 5 years ago
  • Seriously, why do people smoke?

    It causes an early death, smells acrid and disgusting, has no benefits in any way, and is really expensive, 20 cigarettes costs about £7 in the uk, that's over $10 ! What a waste of money. . .
    It causes an early death, smells acrid and disgusting, has no benefits in any way, and is really expensive, 20 cigarettes costs about £7 in the uk, that's over $10 ! What a waste of money. . .
    7 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 6 years ago
  • Will my pet hamster evolve?

    My pet hamster looks a lot like a pokemon, if I go outside and make him battle other animals, will he evolve into a guinea pig, then a rabbit and eventually into a capybara? If this doesn't work, could I sue the pokemon company ?
    My pet hamster looks a lot like a pokemon, if I go outside and make him battle other animals, will he evolve into a guinea pig, then a rabbit and eventually into a capybara? If this doesn't work, could I sue the pokemon company ?
    4 answers · Other - Pets · 6 years ago
  • What to do with a sh*t load of parsley?

    I have a huge amount of flatleaf parsley, what can I cook with it? Please don't say parsley sauce !
    I have a huge amount of flatleaf parsley, what can I cook with it? Please don't say parsley sauce !
    6 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 years ago
  • What are the benefits of jailbreaking my iphone?

    What can you do differently with a jailbroken iphone? What are the risks ?
    What can you do differently with a jailbroken iphone? What are the risks ?
    3 answers · Cell Phones & Plans · 6 years ago
  • Why do Indian people have such deep voices?

    I know a lot of Indian people and they all speak with a really deep, bass tone voice, even the women. Why is this ?
    I know a lot of Indian people and they all speak with a really deep, bass tone voice, even the women. Why is this ?
    2 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 6 years ago
  • How to become a muslim?

    I'm a british white guy interested in islam. Please tell me why and how to become muslim, i feel like i wouldn't be accepted. I feel as if everyone at a mosque would hate me
    I'm a british white guy interested in islam. Please tell me why and how to become muslim, i feel like i wouldn't be accepted. I feel as if everyone at a mosque would hate me
    13 answers · Ramadan · 6 years ago
  • I'm white, am I allowed in a mosque?

    Out of interest I'd like to go to prayers at a mosque. Am i allowed to just walk in and sit there? Im white and not religious, i also don't speak arabic. Are 'sermons' all in arabic ?
    Out of interest I'd like to go to prayers at a mosque. Am i allowed to just walk in and sit there? Im white and not religious, i also don't speak arabic. Are 'sermons' all in arabic ?
    16 answers · Ramadan · 6 years ago
  • Is this a good recipe?

    I've been making chicken smashed thinly then covered in shwarma spices, garlic powder, cayenne, salt and pepper and chargrilled until really charred. I then chargrill slices of aubergine, courgette and green peppers. I get an Arab flatbread, smear it with homemade houmus, put on the veg, chicken, a lot of coriander, raw thinly sliced onion,... show more
    I've been making chicken smashed thinly then covered in shwarma spices, garlic powder, cayenne, salt and pepper and chargrilled until really charred. I then chargrill slices of aubergine, courgette and green peppers. I get an Arab flatbread, smear it with homemade houmus, put on the veg, chicken, a lot of coriander, raw thinly sliced onion, sliced deseeded tomatoes, sliced black olives, yoghurt flavoured with garlic, various lettuces, wrap it up then chargrill it to get the bread hot and toasty. Is this a good recipe?
    7 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 years ago
  • Why don't Americans understand the phrase: I COULDN'T care less ?

    Americans I know and on tv say this phrase incorrectly all the time and it really annoys me. The phrase should be: I couldn't care less, not: I could care less. Think about it, if you COULD care less that means you could actually care a huge amount because you could always are less. If you COULDNT care less, you are saying that you care so... show more
    Americans I know and on tv say this phrase incorrectly all the time and it really annoys me. The phrase should be: I couldn't care less, not: I could care less. Think about it, if you COULD care less that means you could actually care a huge amount because you could always are less. If you COULDNT care less, you are saying that you care so little that it is impossible to care less. So when you say: I could care less, you are complementing someone without realising. If you still don't understand and continue to say: I could care less, then you are an idiot...
    6 answers · Words & Wordplay · 6 years ago
  • There is a choir of the damned next to where I live, what should I do?

    Next to my house is a community centre, a lovely building but, as I've checked on the notice board, every Wednesday is mentally disabled music morning. Every Wednesday a grand wailing lamentation is extruded on the wind, it is horrible. These mentally disabled are allowed to use instruments also, for what purpose I'm not sure. Shall I... show more
    Next to my house is a community centre, a lovely building but, as I've checked on the notice board, every Wednesday is mentally disabled music morning. Every Wednesday a grand wailing lamentation is extruded on the wind, it is horrible. These mentally disabled are allowed to use instruments also, for what purpose I'm not sure. Shall I complain to the council about this profane choir of the damned for polluting the surrounding area with dread and suffering through the callamatous use of instruments and incessant wailing?
    3 answers · Performing Arts · 6 years ago
  • What was wrong with this guy?

    I was walking down the road the other day and this teenage boy was walking towards me, he was staring at me with sunken, cross-eyes, he was drooling and smiling at me too. When I was right next to him he stopped and stared at me intensely whilst smiling. What was wrong with this person ?
    I was walking down the road the other day and this teenage boy was walking towards me, he was staring at me with sunken, cross-eyes, he was drooling and smiling at me too. When I was right next to him he stopped and stared at me intensely whilst smiling. What was wrong with this person ?
    5 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 6 years ago
  • Did you have a good Christmas?

    6 answers · Christmas · 6 years ago
  • How different is Spanish Spanish and Mexican Spanish languages?

    Are they identical or vastly different ?
    Are they identical or vastly different ?
    5 answers · Languages · 6 years ago
  • Do you think fussy eaters are naive and unworldly?

    I know people who are fussy with what they eat, like refusing to try things and eating bland flavourless foods. I know an adult who hates coffee, mushrooms, pepper (the spice), all seafood, all vegetables, amongst many other things. Ive noticed a correlation between being a fussy eater and being unworldly and insular in general I've noticed it... show more
    I know people who are fussy with what they eat, like refusing to try things and eating bland flavourless foods. I know an adult who hates coffee, mushrooms, pepper (the spice), all seafood, all vegetables, amongst many other things. Ive noticed a correlation between being a fussy eater and being unworldly and insular in general I've noticed it in other people too. I find someone unwilling to try new food really annoying. What do you think ?
    5 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 6 years ago
  • Why do Americans have such a penchant for entering schools and murdering children?

    Maybe I'm just culturally naive but come on Americans, shooting children isn't very nice.
    Maybe I'm just culturally naive but come on Americans, shooting children isn't very nice.
    5 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 6 years ago