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#115 - I'm a bit tipsy right now so idk how I managed to delete my co…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/09/2016 on /ck/ don't f*ck around -1
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#123 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
>>#121
I can't believe you guys have actually never heard of this. It's an almost universally agreed upon principle that unless you're a child you don't use ketchup for certain meats. Steak, pork chops, unprocessed fish, high-class burgers, etc.

It's exceptionally rude, because the flavor of those dishes is intended to be in the preparation. By sticking ketchup on, you're basically saying "This isn't good enough so I have to fix it myself". It's an insult to the chef, and anyone who has worked in the culinary field or knows dining etiquette knows this.
#125 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
"Universally agreed upon" so your way of eating something is more correct because there's a lot of elitists who think the same as you?

I'm sure they're aware how it tastes, so if they like it better well done (or with ketchup) just let them eat it like that.
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#126 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
Dude, it's social etiquette. Saying that it's just elitism is like saying that it's "elitist" to believe that fucking dogs isn't okay because my only rationale is "A bunch of other people agree with me". You have literally nothing to discount the fact that it's insulting to the chef, all you're arguing is "Fuck them, they should just deal with the fact that I don't care about how much work they put into things".

If you want to insult everyone who ever cooks for you, go ahead and drown all your food in ketchup, salt, and pepper, but be aware that just about everyone who wasn't raised in some third-world hovel is going to think you're a disrespectful moron who has zero appreciation for how hard it is to cook food well.
#129 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
It's more rude to make people eat something in a way they don't like. And it's not like ketchup makes them completely unable to taste the meat.

What you're saying would only be correct if medium well steaks tasted amazing to everyone

And fucking dogs is both rape and harmful to someone, eating meat isn't.
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#131 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
No, it absolutely is not more rude to make people eat something in a way they don't like, and I'll tell you why: because if these people don't like the way he wants them to eat, they could cook the steak themselves. Now, if he knows that they have no problem with the meat, but still gets pissy that they use ketchup, that's his problem, but knowing that the chef is insulted by you using ketchup and still refusing to change? That is absolutely rude. And yes, ketchup does almost completely make the meat unrecognizable. That is literally why ketchup exists: to hide the taste of meat that would otherwise taste bad. That's why you use it with plain hotdogs or burgers, because those are qualities of meat that would taste bad or flavorless without ketchup or some other topping.

I said nothing about how the steak is cooked, don't put words in my mouth. I think everyone has different preferences, and so long as the meat is still cooked through anyone can have it however they want. Some people like certain textures of food, and approve of the more chewy and meaty taste of a well-done steak. I know that's one of the reasons I'm okay with London Broil even though most people think it's awful. The family is still in the wrong for judging him on his preference for a lesser-cooked meat, but people spouting off shit like "Lol, what kind of faggot eats a well-done steak" can shove their opinions up their collective asses. That kind of opinion is elitist, because a good chef can produce a delicious steak regardless of whether it's rare or well-done, though the latter is more difficult.

Yes, I understand the differences between fucking dogs and eating a meal with ketchup, but the point is that justifying your insulting actions by saying "You and all those other chefs are just elitist" is downright retarded. There is a reason why it is insulting, and choosing to piss off someone being so nice as to cook for you because "Well I just gotta have my tomahto catsup" is tactless.
#135 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
Once it's on their plate it's their food, it's up to them if and how they eat it.
It could just be that they don't like how steak actually tastes, but as long as they're eating it and enkoying the food I don't see the problem.

Since it's what this the content and other comments are about I was assuming that you were against well-done steaks as well, which is why I called you elitist, my bad.
#112 - Comment deleted  [+] (8 new replies) 05/09/2016 on /ck/ don't f*ck around 0
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#113 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
Dude, it's etiquette. It's like chewing with your mouth open. Yeah, you can say "Oh, it's just a little bit of noise", but it's gross, and it's rude, and it usually signals you do not respect the people you're dining with.
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#115 - Mynd (05/09/2016) [-]
I'm a bit tipsy right now so idk how I managed to delete my comment. But still, you sound like a stuck up tool for putting people down just because they don't enjoy foods the same way you do.
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#123 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
>>#121
I can't believe you guys have actually never heard of this. It's an almost universally agreed upon principle that unless you're a child you don't use ketchup for certain meats. Steak, pork chops, unprocessed fish, high-class burgers, etc.

It's exceptionally rude, because the flavor of those dishes is intended to be in the preparation. By sticking ketchup on, you're basically saying "This isn't good enough so I have to fix it myself". It's an insult to the chef, and anyone who has worked in the culinary field or knows dining etiquette knows this.
#125 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
"Universally agreed upon" so your way of eating something is more correct because there's a lot of elitists who think the same as you?

I'm sure they're aware how it tastes, so if they like it better well done (or with ketchup) just let them eat it like that.
User avatar
#126 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
Dude, it's social etiquette. Saying that it's just elitism is like saying that it's "elitist" to believe that fucking dogs isn't okay because my only rationale is "A bunch of other people agree with me". You have literally nothing to discount the fact that it's insulting to the chef, all you're arguing is "Fuck them, they should just deal with the fact that I don't care about how much work they put into things".

If you want to insult everyone who ever cooks for you, go ahead and drown all your food in ketchup, salt, and pepper, but be aware that just about everyone who wasn't raised in some third-world hovel is going to think you're a disrespectful moron who has zero appreciation for how hard it is to cook food well.
#129 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
It's more rude to make people eat something in a way they don't like. And it's not like ketchup makes them completely unable to taste the meat.

What you're saying would only be correct if medium well steaks tasted amazing to everyone

And fucking dogs is both rape and harmful to someone, eating meat isn't.
User avatar
#131 - greyhoundfd (05/09/2016) [-]
No, it absolutely is not more rude to make people eat something in a way they don't like, and I'll tell you why: because if these people don't like the way he wants them to eat, they could cook the steak themselves. Now, if he knows that they have no problem with the meat, but still gets pissy that they use ketchup, that's his problem, but knowing that the chef is insulted by you using ketchup and still refusing to change? That is absolutely rude. And yes, ketchup does almost completely make the meat unrecognizable. That is literally why ketchup exists: to hide the taste of meat that would otherwise taste bad. That's why you use it with plain hotdogs or burgers, because those are qualities of meat that would taste bad or flavorless without ketchup or some other topping.

I said nothing about how the steak is cooked, don't put words in my mouth. I think everyone has different preferences, and so long as the meat is still cooked through anyone can have it however they want. Some people like certain textures of food, and approve of the more chewy and meaty taste of a well-done steak. I know that's one of the reasons I'm okay with London Broil even though most people think it's awful. The family is still in the wrong for judging him on his preference for a lesser-cooked meat, but people spouting off shit like "Lol, what kind of faggot eats a well-done steak" can shove their opinions up their collective asses. That kind of opinion is elitist, because a good chef can produce a delicious steak regardless of whether it's rare or well-done, though the latter is more difficult.

Yes, I understand the differences between fucking dogs and eating a meal with ketchup, but the point is that justifying your insulting actions by saying "You and all those other chefs are just elitist" is downright retarded. There is a reason why it is insulting, and choosing to piss off someone being so nice as to cook for you because "Well I just gotta have my tomahto catsup" is tactless.
#135 - anonasdaasdasd (05/09/2016) [-]
Once it's on their plate it's their food, it's up to them if and how they eat it.
It could just be that they don't like how steak actually tastes, but as long as they're eating it and enkoying the food I don't see the problem.

Since it's what this the content and other comments are about I was assuming that you were against well-done steaks as well, which is why I called you elitist, my bad.
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