What is your favourite chip dip?
Why do the Italians have such shit taste in everything? These things are dry as fuck. How can anyone enjoy them?
>How can anyone enjoy them?
With a cup of coffee or tea, you amerifat.
Is smelt the best small fish to deep fry?
My mom says I need to go back to school. Is this a good place?
Hey, /ck/ help me on this one.
What should I do with 155lbs of deer meat?
Deer is the fruit of the forest. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. Dey's uh, deer-kabobs, deer creole, deer gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There's pineapple deer, lemon deer, coconut deer, pepper deer, shrimp soup, deer stew, deer salad, deer and potatoes, deer burger, deer sandwich. That- that's about it.
>When boards collide
oh my fuck
make what ever the fuck you want man you are set
in the following week or so i'll be spending just about 24 hours in London. I've been wondering if anyone could point me towards some solid food options, preferably on a rather 'street' budget, I'm not looking for restaurants per se, more something into the direction of street food.
Bonus points if its rather close to the 'waiting room', 175 Stoke Newington High St as that's where I'm generally headed.
It's an enormous city. Where, exactly will you be? There isn't much 'street food' like NYC or whatever, but plenty of pizzerias, donar kebab places and pubs which serve cheap food. Literally fucking everywhere, it's all the same.
He said pretty much exactly where he'd be in the OP. I looked it up and it looks like it's not really 'London' London and that very street has quite a few restaurants, cafés, and chippies around (but I didn't see any markets closeby).
The Blue Legume just around the corner does a fair eggs benedict, though you'll probably have to wait a bit on a weekend and they do that fucking thing with the two chives crossed on top.
Testi down the road is a Turkish grill place where you can indeed get testi.
If you walk an hour South or go a few stops on the Overground, you'll end up in Shoreditch. There are a lot more lunch places for office workers there, including B.L.T. Deli ("Big Loaded and Tasty"), which does burritos the size of your head for a fiver. My favourite is the Sunday Roast, which has roast pork, crackling, roast potatoes, vegetables in cheese sauce, and apple sauce.
There are a bunch of food truck places along Shoreditch high street, but they're mostly closed until the weather warms up, and their prices are ridiculous anyway. Unless you're really into the idea of huddling around burning barrels for £5 beers, you'd be better off finding a small restaurant closer by.
I'm not sure how to break down a good general purpose stew. But here's a specific beef stew recipe that works really well for me:
Get your beef in full cuts, not "stew cuts". Those will be too small, and you'll have no idea what they're from. I like chuck roast for stew.
I cut it into steaks, season it 24 hours ahead (salt and pepper), then sear it in the stew pot over ripping. After it's rested a few minutes I cut it into the big chunks (1.25 inches maybe) that I'll use later.
I saute my aromatics in a separate pan,...
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Does /ck/ like turkish food?
>Buy multipack of peppers.
>Got that sweet Yellow pepper.
>The delicious and slightly tangy Red pepper.
>The bitter shitty Green pepper.
Seriously, what's the point of Green peppers. Literally toss them straight in the food bin.
Is organic food a meme or is it really better?
is this true? I've heard so many horror stories on the internet and shit about hotdogs but all seem to ignore this one simple fact: that hotdogs are natural ingredients
What do you like to eat at the mall?
(Say you're forced to eat at the mall.)
Probably lanzhou style beef noodles
Poor flover, he thinks the mall has bad food :(
Any britbongs on right now? I got this "cotswold" because it was on sale and I was curious. Generally I've found English cheeses to be really good quality but this one tastes only a little better than the kinds of cheese that come from Wisconsin. Is this something people actually eat in England or is it an "innovation" done by an American cheese company that knows it can get away with literally anything in the name of the free market?
>taking the seeds and pulp out of the chili pepper
Why are plebs so embarrassing?
I don't really make much, but I recently made Gordon Ramsay scrambled eggs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUP7U5vTMM0 and they were really good.
What are some other easy, good food stuff can I make?
Pizza is very easy to make, and you can put anything you want on it.