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Idea: Cheese made while still in the cow, then served with the steak of the cow that made that cheese.
Cows for meat and cows for dairy are very different staples. There are combination staples but they are quite rare. If you make the cheese inside the cow the stomachs acids will probably not work in your favour. But hey give it go!
Nothing like a little stress-eating after fucking up some of our systems last night.
I only wish I had some booze to go with it.
>mfw binge-eating sweets (I usually hate those) after one of my teachers was shot
/r9k/ keeps memeing on about sardines
are they any good? how do you eat them? doesn't spitting out the spine every time annoy and gross you out?
the only fish I like is salmon and perch since those are pretty much the only fish that don't smell "fishy," how fishy are sardines?
>not eating the spine
It's like your anus is a massive black hole that no cock can escape
>buy a six pack of apples
>they look fine
>they all have moldy cores
Why is this allowed?
Sup dudes. A couple months ago I told you guys when I tried the suriacha pizza from papa johns, and that I loved it.
But you guys told me it wasn't real suriacha. I meant to buy some real bottle stuff but I forgot.
Anyway this evening I went to the gas station and was picking up a 6 pack of smirinoff, after I paid for it with my cash on hand I realized I needed something to eat when I got hungry, and then it hit me.
I went over to the microwave stuff and picked up 3 of the frozen burritos. I looked over to the register and asked the iraqi guy:
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while the OP is trying too hard
I too have found that whatever the hell is these other companies are using are much better than the bottled sauce. Like he said, usually a bit sweeter and has more flavor. The bottle stuff it's just heat.
Hello guys, I recently started getting into cooking and I think it's about time to start upgrading my kitchen hardware.
Since I don't want to get a hundred specialised knives, which is probably still beyond my skill and knowledge level, I wanted to start with something multi-purposed.
What I'm looking for is something that can cut mainly meat, vegetables and soft stuff in general. For example, I would like to be able to cut chicken breast or chop onions with the same instrument
What kind of knife am I looking for? Can you also suggest me some good names that are available in Europe?
I would also like some tips about sharpening, but I'm mainly concerned about getting a knife first.
You need a chef knife, a smaller one for peeling, and depending on how much bread you consume a bread knife. What knofe depends on your budget, victorinox are usually the staple here for cost effective, personally I just went with the national brand thats common where I live, you can do the same i guess
As for sharpening I haven really invested in that as my brother has a bushcrafting hobby and has one of those spyderco sharpeners. Works pretty nice but its like 50yurus, there are probably better options, like whetstones, but what he has works for me
Everyone except the germans here, did you ever heard from this fastfood called "Döner"?
Its huge in Canads east coast, and has been making its way west since the 70s. In my home town of 35000 there is two doner places.
Excellent goddamn food. Gotta get that 50% lamb and 50% beef
What are you guys making/taking to your Superb Owl party?
I just got given 5lbs of packaged garlic butter.
What can I use it for aside from garlic bread?
Fuck I love garlic, I love butter, and I especially love them together.
Try making it into sauces for pasta, to put on steaks, salads, etc. Just chuck the stuff in a pan with some oil and water, stir it, then pour it over things. Add extra herbs for whatever taste you want. Parsley goes well.
So my fridge was farely empty, I decided to make this bag of lentils. I started with some bacon, and I've some garlic and onion, a carrot and some cilantro.
And this is only the second time I've ever made lentils, can they be toasted like rice? Or is it a bad idea?
Cooking that bacon. Applewood smoked is my fave
Sorry bout the sideways pics. Saved half that fat, and I'm about to put the garlic in the pan with the rest
Oh, what's this? Could it be the return of a legendary Mountain Dew flavor?
How about I elevate them with something superior?
Give your taste buds a wake-up call with light and fluffy scrambled eggs, savoury sausage, a toasted English muffin and crispy golden hash browns.
Girlfriend got me a bunch of booze, but none that I ever drink. Please tell me some mixed drink I can make using them.
Let's talk about coffee.
I want to try coldbrewing. Any tips?
Also, have some OC.
Every morning I make myself a cup of coffee and every morning I never fucking finish it. Why do I keep doing this? I don't wanna chug the whole thing but I'm either too slow and it gets cold or I gotta be out the door for uni when it's still half-empty.
It's kind of mediocre too but I'll be damned before I turn into one of those harpies that spend $3 at Starbucks every day.