Does this include public facetiming without headphones?
Yes. It’s not just kids at a restaurant. Grown adults at a coffee shop with their laptop speakers at ANY volume is infinitely worse.
too many parents think that just because their kids are the most important things in their lives, their kids should be the most important things in everyone else’s lives too.
You do not listen to ANYTHING in public without headphones, full stop.
Picture it. Vegas. My fortieth birthday. Brasserie Bardot, after the bone marrow, and about to tuck into a great hunk of pork. The room to my left is full of what appears to be a celebratory meeting of car salesmen, and their manager is giving a speech replete with call and response. Whoops, finger whistles,…
Ask with your mouth.
You may have been taught that, but it’s wrong. It’s a cute analogy, but it’s also bullshit. Serious Eats has an excellent piece explaining exactly why frequent flipping is better.
This one is going in his portfolio.
My method is to sear over very high heat (700f) for a minute or two a side, then go to indirect heat with the lid closed and leave it. Then rest. After that sear, you don’t need really to flip.
I’m an East Coaster and the one time I went to CA, I made point to get an In-N-Out burger. It was okay. I was promised the best fast food burger of my life, but I think I still prefer Five Guys.
So, every time he’s tried bringing a double double from the western US to NYC, it becomes an inedible mess. Every. Time.
Wait, you like a burger that costs double what it costs at In-N-Out more? I wonder if there’s a connection.
He also claims to have previously attempted to drive Double-Doubles from the western US (for no goddamn reason) and that they’re always soggy by the time he reaches NYC.
it’s totally fake...but on the off chance it isn’t my theory is that in-n-out is testing potential meat providers on the east coast potentially in a ghost kitchen (ghost kitchens for those not in the know are kitchens that produce food from multiple fast food locations in the same kitchen for delivery apps like…
So the guy that works for an advertising campaign just so happened to stumble upon something that looks suspiciously like a viral ad campaign? Seems on the up and up to me.
N-In-Out Burger. Totally different.
Right? Home ownership is a booming industry in my region.
Agreed. I rolled my eyes so hard at that I’m lucky I didn’t sprain something. Just from a sheer economics point, someone’s gotta own and buy homes (besides that, plenty of millennials still are buying), and either he’s missing that, or being deliberately reductionist for the sake of whimsy, which is a stupid and…
“(‘home ownership’ itself quickly verging on obsolete)“
“‘home ownership’ itself quickly verging on obsolete”