7 months ago 7 months ago TV Show I Want To See by Richard Rejmer 7 months ago7 months ago Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNextLike it? Share with your friends! 38 38 points The009 Yes Please! Mister_B_Posters There already is one. It’s called masterchef. The People’s Poet Zing. Das Puggy The problem is that high-class food (and let’s be honest, these frou-frou chefs are making food for the uppermost-classes) really does taste amazing. I would rather have a 4oz steak made by Gordon Ramsey than an 8oz on my outdoor grill, because he went to fucking school to learn how to cook, and he’s been a cook for way longer than I’ve been cooking. Hell, I’d even be okay with Rachel Ray being my personal cook, even if she lubricates her twat with EVOO. Entity I don’t think he did go to school to learn to cook. Rev. Analbumcover The best steak I ever had, and a serious contender for the best thing I’ve ever tasted, was a steak I accidentally overcooked on an electric grill without any seasoning. The meat was so good it was hard to hurt it. It was akaushi beef, the same kind of cows Kobe beef is made from supposedly. I took a bite to taste how it was and couldn’t stop, I just ate the whole damned thing standing right by the grill I cooked it on. No seasoning at all, not even salt. It was perfect and needed nothing. I’ve bought akaushi steaks a few times since then but never had one that good, the quality seems to have gone downhill. Shivers “Creme fraise” would be strawberry cream… Rev. Analbumcover It checks out. fraise1 /frāz/Submit noun (in cooking) a strawberry. I think the joker meant this (from wikipedia I think): Crème fraîche is a dairy product, a soured cream containing 10–45% butterfat, with a pH of around 4.5. It is soured with a bacterial culture. European labeling regulations disallow any ingredients other than cream and bacterial culture. Shivers That was my point. 😛 Daemonius https://media.giphy.com/media/3o6ZtdwvFZNHgJQHEQ/giphy.gif AcidMan I would watch that. Sua Sponte Honestly, it makes more sense to make food for average people than a bunch of snobs.