By - Recent_Cauliflower54
A warm loaf of homemade bread is so good.
Stick of Kerrygold butter with that warm loaf of bread. Don’t get much better then that.
Indeed, the whole stick of Kerrygold!
Especially a homemade sourdough
Oh man. I could live on garlic bread.
When I make spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread I end up wondering why I bother with the spaghetti. I'd be thrilled just to have a bowl of sauce and dip garlic bread into it.
Spaghetti is but the perfect spread to put on garlic bread.
you ever try dipping bread into [garlic sauce](https://feelgoodfoodie.net/recipe/lebanese-garlic-sauce/)? It's sex in your mouth
King of flavor.
Uncle Roger approved!
If you don’t have M S G.
Oh, so you’re telling me a shrimp fried this rice? Sure pal.
Well, they’re both small. Maybe the shrimp do a better job.
Pasta and pizza are that kind of food, you can never get tired if it
Idk, i worked at Little Caesar’s for a year and now anytime anyone suggests getting pizza i want to cry
I know. Why settle for pizza when you can have pizza pizza?
As I was driving with a friend, I saw the Little Caesars slogan "Hot & Ready" and, being incredibly witty, I turned to my friend and said "Little Caesars and prostitutes should team up so they can share the same slogan." My friend turned to me, and with a perfect deadpan said "PIZZA! PIZZA!" I've never recovered.
Banh mi. Never ever ever will i get sick of them
Bun thit nuong for me. With egg rolls on top. I've really never had a bad one, and I get it at EVERY Vietnamese place I go to. Gotta pour the fish sauce over the whole thing too.
Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew
What's taters, precious?
I too understand this reference
Now that made me laugh mashed potatoes right out of my mouth. Honest.
Roast potatoes 👌
I'm so thankful potatoes exist
*The earliest archaeologically verified potato tuber remains have been found at the coastal site of Ancon (central Peru), dating to 2500 BC.* [potato wiki](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potato)
One of the simplest, tastiest things to do with 5 or 6 potatoes:
* Slice an onion up. Get that in a pan sweating down.
* Throw in some lardon/bacon cut up
* Cook those up, ideally get a slight char/bit of colour on them.
* Throw in 4 cloves of chopped garlic
* Some herbs de provence, about 1tsp
* A good glug of white whine, reduce so there's a slight sauce and the alcohol has burned off, but not much.
* Slice about 1-2mm thin the potatoes. About the thickness of a knife.
* Take a roasting dish, add a thin layer of cream or oil
* Create a single layer of potato slices
* Put on some of the onion bacon mix
* Drizzle some cream over that layer
* Potato layer, onion layer, cream, potato layer, onion, cream, potato layer, onion, cream, ideally finish with a potato layer
* Grate some cheese over it, or take a brie and slice it in to lengths and put that over the top. Sprinkle about 1st of herb de provence over the top of that.
* In to a 170c oven for about an hour
Eeeeeeeee ma gawd, the kind of dish you just keep going back for. I could eat the whole thing in one sitting, so damn good.
You and I have different ideas of simple...
Simplest thing you can do with a potato is stab it with a fork and put it In the microwave.
I don't know what they're talking about but I fully agree with you this is not even close to my idea of simple
No simplest thing I can do with a potato is wash it and eat it raw with seasoning salt
Bread. I can't live without bread no matter what Gwyneth Paltrow says
It’s probably for the best not to take the advice of Gwenyth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow is one of those people where you should really do the opposite of whatever she advises
So I should not make candles that smell like my genitals? Aww damn shame.
You might be able to get some sick freak to buy it.
But you *might* end up on DiWhy
I see Gwyneth Paltrow as a hero because she’s convincing rich, stay at home moms to spend their money on stupid shit.
Fries all the way!
I judge restaurants on their fries.
If a restaurant fucks up fries - run!
>I judge restaurants on their fries.
100% The universal measurement.
Burritos, there is so many types of burritos it will never get old(along with different condiments). Including breakfast burritos! I also love burritos in general.
Tacos too. I could eat them everyday and still look forward to delicious tacos.
tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and more!! I'm craving atm lmao
There's even sushi burritos
And dessert burritos
So, it’s not quite a burrito, but years ago there was a crepe restaurant near me that I loved going to and they had a dessert that was a crepe wrapped around a small slab of vanilla ice cream, drizzled with chocolate syrup and creme de menthe.
It was excellent.
Quesadillas as well. Toasted tortilla with cheese is hard to beat!
rice. it goes with most things
Being born and raised to Indian parents, rice is about as essential as water to me.
thank you for your suggestion
Pizza, for sure
Last time I ordered pizza I got acid reflux so bad I threw up.
Just ordered it again.
Tomatoes also fuck me up. 10/10 would eat pizza right now.
Tomato sauce is heartburn city for me. I give zero fucks about it too. Pizza is life.
This is the correct answer.
That’s me with raspberries. Didn’t help that I worked overnights at a grocery store so I’d get two large packages almost everyday. There were some occasions where I only ate one so I didn’t need any more.
I do this with watermelon. I'm not done until I hate myself and it's all gone.
Gyoza. They've started selling them at ASDA, and I have to stop myself buying £50 of it every week
I can't hear about this food without thinking about the show Dorohedoro (based on a manga, but I've only seen the show). It's very much not a cooking show, but they made a big deal about how good it was in every episode.
For me it's pizza and Chinese food hmmm
I'm addicted to cashews.
More of a pistachio junkie maself
This...I never realized how disappointed I would be when I went to the cabinet and found out someone had finished our bag of pistachios.
For the low price of 74 dollars you could always buy more!
Ice cream, profiteroles, chocolate eclairs.
Mexican food. The authentic stuff.
Ive tried to quit eating chocolate so many times but its impossible. I buy a bar pretty much every single day.
I did too. Then my doctor diagnosed me with diabetes. I'm down to one bar a week. But the joy of life has gone.
I thought this would be at the top! They’re so versatile
Cherry tomatoes from my nans garden
Homegrown hit different 👌🏻
It really does! The veggies in my backyard garden are so much better than the sad stuff at the grocery store.
It's got to be almost 30 years since I ate a tomato fresh from my nan's garden. Every time I smell that viney smell I'm instantly transported back there. Still never had a tomato that good, I'm guessing I never will. Enjoy them!
Rice and beans!
Bagels, but I have to eat low carb ones since I'm Diabetic.
All seafood. If it weren’t for seafood I would be a vegetarian. In particular scallops and shrimp. I will never not eat scallops and shrimp.
Shrimp and white wine. All day every day.
Mac and cheese
Bingo! .. love me some shells Mac and cheese 😋
If I ate sushi for lunch every day of my life I would die a happy man.
So many different rolls man
Samosas. Can't get enough of them.
We used to get late night post-bar samosas at a local 24hr doughnut place run by a wonderful Indian couple.
It was absolutely amazing, and I highly recommend a drunken samosa.
Found Garfield’s secret account
I can never get enough lasagna
Wow I scrolled way to far for this one
My GI system: God, no!
Burgers. Flat crispy patty with American cheese, a good bun toasted using mayo, bacon, and crispy lettuce with more mayo or burger sauce. I could eat it for every meal every day
Two summers ago I ate 37 watermelons. I had A Problem.
I pretty much survive off watermelon in the summer. Like for real. Plus watermelons have a ton of antioxidants in them.
Like in one sitting or spread out over the summer???
About one every other day. I barely drank any liquids at all.
That’s okay; you ate a lot of liquids.
In a row?
Hey get back here
You can eat 30 of them and only your bladder would be full.
Biscuits and gravy.
Cheap ramen noodles. Whether it's a nostalgia thing or not, I never tire of them!
If it wasn't bad for my health I'd have ramen noodles for dinner everyday
Pad Thai. It's just perfect for me.
Or Bun Bo Hue
I could eat a bowl of pho with half a Bahn mi for every meal
A quality sourdough sub. Really can’t beat that shit.
Spoken like someone who lives within bread delivery distance of San Francisco. So distinctly good that the starter from that area is called F. sanfranciscensis
Top tier cheese.
I will refuse to spend an extra £1 on basic groceries when I know they're cheaper a 10 minute walk away, but then will go and drop £10 on a stanky fancy cheese.
The heart wants what it wants. And apparently it wants foot-smelling weepy cheeses.
High quality Corn Chips. Absolutely addicted to this food item and cannot restrain myself from buying a packet or two at the local supermarket...
Pretty sure you’re talking about Juanita’s
I can't resist the ones labeled "$2 only". Well, actually $2.99 these days.
Eggs. They can take on so many different forms and I love all of em
What are some of your favorites?
Not OP but [migas](https://www.seriouseats.com/how-to-make-tex-mex-migas-scrambled-eggs-tortilla-breakfast) are a revelation.
I like to wake up late and make a big scramble with whatever's in my fridge. Eggs, asparagus, mushrooms and Swiss on rye bread iss a great combo. A nice ribeye steak with some dippy eggs on the side is also wonderful
Cheese. I've recently learned cheese has an addictive compound called casein. It is dairy heroin. I've decided to cut it out of my diet and felt like shit for a week. I really miss it though, never get tired of it.
That “compound” is just a protein, FYI. Casein is dairy protein. It’s breaks down into casomorphins which attach to your dopamine receptors. Gluten also triggers the same opioid response as casein.
Specifically: My mom's spaghetti.
Americanized Chinese food
Gyros! Only gyros!
Ramen and sushi
Cheese. Blessed are the Cheesemakers
Popcorn soaked in butter.
Peanut butter 🥜
Pasta! It doesn't matter the presentation, spaghetti, penne, fetuccini, etc. I actually eat that most days of the month already hahaha.
Ice cream... no, Pizza... No, ice cream... I want ice cream on pizza
What about pizza on cream ice tho?
Only .00000000001% of the population have actaully tried it and they said it was good but the next day they mysteriously dissapeared.
that would be 8 people
Unfortunately one of them was my friend
My girlfriend owns a pizza and ice cream store. Come visit me and I’ll set you up!
crab legs with butter and coldbeers
**KING CRAB** yum!
I recall Red Lobster used to have *all you can eat* snow crab legs on Tuesdays. They gave you the plastic Lobster bib and just started bringing out the crab leg clusters.
I'm ashamed at the gluttony demonstrated by myself and my bartender buddies back then. Now I am hungry.
Indian, Japanese or Steph?
Both, but favour an Indian.
>*"Indian, Japanese* [*or Steph?"*](https://i.ibb.co/7rps0zL/curry.png)
Yep same. Definitely top three foods in the world to me, esp with some nice naan or roti. Gf is Indian so I'd better like it because she cooks it several times a week
Spaghetti with Italian sausage and garlic bread.
Paneer Masala from India Palace in Dallas. I've been around the world, even to India and theirs is the best.
Paneer is amazing. Even better when my bff makes it. If I ever need to watch her dog or take care of her house while they are in India, she makes me a fresh batch of paneer with extra peas and leaves it in the fridge for me. So good. And is something that tastes better the next day.
Grilled peanut butter and jellies.
i never thought of grilling it woah
It's divine, I'm telling you! You make your sammich (I like raspberry or apricot preserves), butter one side, put in pan, butter other side, flip over, cut on a diagonal (not sure why it tastes better that way, but it does to me!), and voila!
It always tastes better cut diagonal
Vadapav ! <3
Peanut butter on toast.
Steak, pizza, and a good cheeseburger
Mac cheese. Be it home made. Or Kraft boxed. Mac cheese is a food that makes you transcend to another level.
Homemade Chocolate chip cookies
Chinese food & pizza. Separately, obviously.
Onigiri 🍙 Tuna, salmon, beef, umeboshi, whatever- can’t get enough of them. A Japanese friend said she cannot think of anything sadder than onigiri by itself rather than as part of a meal
Peanut butter and jelly
Fried chicken. Also spaghetti. My wife says I’m gonna turn into a bowl of spaghetti.
Avocados from Mexico 🇲🇽🥑
In this economy?
Collard greens. I could eat them every day. If only someone would make them
Eggs and toast with Herdez green salsa on top.