So/ck I have been living alone for a year and coocking most of my meals, I'm not great at cooking but because I make a couple days worth of food at a time I'm relatively fast
Back in highschool a classmate had a cousin that cooked us lunches and charged for them. It wasn't fancy stuff but it didn't need to be and the price was right
I'm also a neet and live close to a couple schools and business offices and I would like to start making some extra money by cooking I just don't really know how. I know how to buy cheap and I know I could probably...
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Wish me luck, anons.
What's the mayo for? Surely you don't intend to add it to the mac and cheese?
Also, do you really have no better meat than Vienna sausages? Not even hot dogs? Little Smokies?
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What would you add next, /ck/?
Coke always tastes better out of a Pepsi glass, for whatever reason Pepsi has the best glass
Uh, no. Sir, coke glasses are the best, you see?
I also happen to prefer the pepsi beverage of choice, you see?
Although I do admit, the coke is great on occasion.
Irish whiskey>Scotch whisky>Bourbon whiskey>Canadian whisky
Can you go back for a refill even after leaving? I'm about to go to Costco again in the same day and I want a refill.
How much do you weigh ?
ITT: Post the most based food you can think of
She said we're going here for her birthday
what is the least shit thing? I'll just get drinks if all their food is bad.
Bonefish and the other restaurants in the same company aren't too bad, leagues better than olive garden or Fridays. Just get a steak or something, the coconut pie thing is also okay for dessert. I don't understand the bang bang shrimp BS though, people go there in droves on Wednesday just to get some shitty shrimp for $3 off.
So i accidentally got a bunch of frozen pies but the place i am staying at has no oven.
Anyone know the best way to cook them without an oven?
Pork loins were buy one get one at publix this weekend so i decided to buy some for the first time. I experimented with two different recipes. One involved a barbecue, honey, sriracha marinade and the other involved a brine with salt, pepper, brown sugar, honey, worcestershire, and garlic.
I butterflied the larges loins and cooked them on the stove top so that they were just cooked through. My experience was very meh both times.
I don't see myself ever buying pork again. Do you guys actually eat this shit? Did I fuck up?
Pork chops are shit.
A pork loin greater than a kg can be nice if cooked properly. The leaner cuts of pork though, they are much easier to over cook.
When this happens, its dry as fuck.
Pork loin isn't bad, you just need to make sure you pull it out after it hits 145 degrees.
Don't waste your time with chops.
I knew that Little Caesars employee in that last thread was full of shit.
Hi, total beginner here who started cooking for health and /fit/ reasons. Basically I'm trying to eat a lot of chicken and still stay at a caloric deficit.
Usually I post into the dinner thread, but can't find one so here we are.
Chicken fajitas with onions and bell peppers, nothing fancy. Does it look bad? I think I should have cooked the tortilla more, but it didn't taste bad.
I bought a shitton of lowcal sauces to try to find good tastes. I experimented with this one, adding a little light mayonnaise and spicy bbq. Also lamb lettuce for more fiber
Still eating the Jambalaya... lasts fucking forever, this batch.