• Last time you ate McDonald's fast food 🍔?

    Best answer: Eating there less & less. Here's the main reasons why. The fries are dark, stale & limp filled with grease. The hamburger is dry & cold. Sinks are found bone dry after their bathroom break. Employees take their cell phones to the restroom to play & chat contaminating the phone. Next they... show more
    Best answer: Eating there less & less.
    Here's the main reasons why.
    The fries are dark, stale & limp filled with grease.
    The hamburger is dry & cold.
    Sinks are found bone dry after their bathroom break.
    Employees take their cell phones to the restroom to play & chat contaminating the phone.
    Next they return to the work area after going #1 or #2 often times when supervisor has back turned play with the contaminated phone instead of working then handle your food.
    Enjoy your meal.
    147 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 6 days ago
  • My grandson loves jello and for his birthday I would love to make him a special jiggly treat. Do you have any ideas of what i can whip up?

    Best answer: Make these traffic light jelly cups http://www.healthyfoodguide.com.au/recipes/2011/january/traffic-light-jelly-cups 9g sachet lime jelly 9g sachet yellow jelly 9g sachet red jelly 150g seedless green grapes, washed, halved 1 large mango, peeled, diced 150g strawberries, washed, hulled,... show more
    Best answer: Make these traffic light jelly cups http://www.healthyfoodguide.com.au/recip...



    9g sachet lime jelly
    9g sachet yellow jelly
    9g sachet red jelly
    150g seedless green grapes, washed, halved
    1 large mango, peeled, diced
    150g strawberries, washed, hulled, quartered

    Instructions

    Step 1 Place green, yellow and red jelly crystals into 3 separate bowls. Add 1 cup boiling water to each and stir to dissolve crystals. Add 1 cup cold water to each bowl and stir to combine.

    Step 2 Pour green jelly between 6 x 350ml-capacity glasses. Stir in grapes. Refrigerate until jelly is almost set. Let yellow and red jelly cool to room temperature.

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    Step 3 Once the green jelly is almost set, carefully pour a layer of yellow jelly on top, stir in mango and return to fridge until almost set. Repeat with red jelly and strawberries to form a third jelly layer. Refrigerate until jelly is completely set.

    I would suggest making something WITHOUT cream and maybe even without fruit because little kids can be fussy and maybe he just likes his jelly plain but the traffic lights idea might be fun for him
    23 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 days ago
  • Is it really bad to reheat a meal with rice the next day?

    Best answer: nope.l i've just used basmati i cooked three days ago and i haven't gone down sick. one day is no problem but brown rice i wouldn't keep as it has a higher fat content and will go rancid much faster.
    Best answer: nope.l i've just used basmati i cooked three days ago and i haven't gone down sick. one day is no problem but brown rice i wouldn't keep as it has a higher fat content and will go rancid much faster.
    28 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 7 days ago
  • What goes well with rice?

    57 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 7 days ago
  • I feel guilty for eating meat?

    This is a serious question and I'm not joking: Ok so I just saw a video that hit me hard. It shows how the cattle in the Halal Slaughter are killed and the process and it shows them literally crying and tortured through the process and it kinda put guilt in my mind and is really making me feel like a sick human... show more
    This is a serious question and I'm not joking: Ok so I just saw a video that hit me hard. It shows how the cattle in the Halal Slaughter are killed and the process and it shows them literally crying and tortured through the process and it kinda put guilt in my mind and is really making me feel like a sick human being. Why? Why do people do this? Do we really need to kill innocent animals for our own selfish survival? Why can't we just eat vegetables? Why?
    39 answers · Newborn & Baby · 6 days ago
  • How do you season ground beef otherwise known as mince (NZers call it mince)?

    Best answer: Depends on what I'm making. My usual seasonings include: garlic powder, fresh ground pepper, seasoned salt, Worcestershire sauce, and either minced onion or onion powder.
    Best answer: Depends on what I'm making. My usual seasonings include: garlic powder, fresh ground pepper, seasoned salt, Worcestershire sauce, and either minced onion or onion powder.
    18 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 days ago
  • How do you cook basmati rice?

    Best answer: I use a 1.5 cups water to 1 cup of rinsed basmati, Place water and rice in a sauce pan(use salt if you like) and bring to boil, lower heat to low/low and cover with a tight fitting lid, let slowly simmer for the next 20-25 minutes pull off heat and let sit about 10 minutes (DO NOT OPEN THE LID except once or twice... show more
    Best answer: I use a 1.5 cups water to 1 cup of rinsed basmati, Place water and rice in a sauce pan(use salt if you like) and bring to boil, lower heat to low/low and cover with a tight fitting lid, let slowly simmer for the next 20-25 minutes pull off heat and let sit about 10 minutes (DO NOT OPEN THE LID except once or twice to make sure it is not cooking too fast).

    I have had no luck with Jasmati or Basmati rice at the 2 to 1 ratio of water to rice as usually stated on the packages.
    20 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 days ago
  • Poll: Which end of the banana do you peel when you eat a banana?

    Best answer: I do the other end, not the connecting end. its actually easier.
    Best answer: I do the other end, not the connecting end. its actually easier.
    28 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 6 days ago
  • Is grocery shopping every two weeks unreasonable? How often do you grocery shop?

    I'm a college student so therefore I'm on a pretty tight budget. So far I've made 2 grocery trips, 2 weeks apart. It almost seems like 2 weeks is too soon to go back. I buy exactly what I need each time, and nothing ever gets wasted. Most items I'm worried about "bulking up" on because... show more
    I'm a college student so therefore I'm on a pretty tight budget. So far I've made 2 grocery trips, 2 weeks apart. It almost seems like 2 weeks is too soon to go back. I buy exactly what I need each time, and nothing ever gets wasted. Most items I'm worried about "bulking up" on because they're perishable. Additionally, I think I spent about $70 each trip. Thoughts? Unfortunately I live by some of the most expensive grocery stores so something to think about.
    26 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 6 days ago
  • How to prepare instant coffee?

    I do not understand the "water" part, should water be boiled or not? On the instructions it says use hot (not boiling water). Should i let the water heat to steaming point? How can i know what temperature it is?
    I do not understand the "water" part, should water be boiled or not? On the instructions it says use hot (not boiling water). Should i let the water heat to steaming point? How can i know what temperature it is?
    23 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 6 days ago
  • Were people really allowed to smoke and drink alcohol at work a couple of decades ago?

    Best answer: Yes. In California smoking at work was just starting to get phased out in the 80s. You want to freak out? In the 80s there were smoking and non smoking sections on airplanes. Like it mattered. the smoke went everywhere. Restaurants were, I think, the first places that started phasing out smoking. And bars were the... show more
    Best answer: Yes. In California smoking at work was just starting to get phased out in the 80s. You want to freak out? In the 80s there were smoking and non smoking sections on airplanes. Like it mattered. the smoke went everywhere. Restaurants were, I think, the first places that started phasing out smoking. And bars were the last. I remember it was something like '95 when the town I lived in went "smoke free". And that was just inside public places. Up until then people still smoked in the coffee shops and book stores. And this is California. I bet there were places that didn't go smoke free till the turn of the century. One of my favorite jokes in the 90s was that the big difference between a Junior College and a High School is that a Junior College had ashtrays.

    Drinking at work was sort of dependent on how high on the totem pole you were. But lots of people went out to lunch and had a drink. Some businesses made an effort to curtal it. Some cities didn't allow bars to be too close to factories.

    With drinking and smoking it was sort of crazy how permissive our society used to be. Now we have zoning laws that don't allow bars and liquor stores too close to some places. and the no smoking zone includes the area outside near the door. And there are laws that restrict the advertising of tobacco and alcohol. You ever see the Flinstone commercial for Winstons?

    In the 60s, my dad was the boss, and he had a bar and an ashtray in his office.

    I've watched a few episodes of Mad Men. And I lived thru those yeas. Yes that is exactly what it used to be like. Although my mom never let me play with dry cleaning bags, I did get to ride on the rear deck of her car. On the freeway. At 70 miles an hour. Of course seat belts weren't installed in cars back then so it probably didn't matter.

    Its amazing that so many of us baby boomers made it out of the 60s.
    22 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 6 days ago
  • What do you think of vegetarian guys?

    Best answer: I honestly don't care about what you eat, how you eat, when you eat, or how much you eat. As long as they don't try to force their ideas onto others, I don't really think about their diet.
    Best answer: I honestly don't care about what you eat, how you eat, when you eat, or how much you eat. As long as they don't try to force their ideas onto others, I don't really think about their diet.
    20 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 days ago
  • What besides water always quenches your thirst?

    Best answer: UNSWEETENED TEA, COLD
    Best answer: UNSWEETENED TEA, COLD
    17 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 6 days ago
  • Is being a cook a hard job for teenage girl?

    Hi ! I have an interview tomorrow and its for a cook.. I know youre probably like what a stupid question but im really shy and have anxiety and i literally overthink everything and right now i feel like im never gonna know how to cook the burgers right and im gonna keep messing up (if i get hired). 😭
    Hi ! I have an interview tomorrow and its for a cook.. I know youre probably like what a stupid question but im really shy and have anxiety and i literally overthink everything and right now i feel like im never gonna know how to cook the burgers right and im gonna keep messing up (if i get hired). 😭
    15 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 5 days ago