Have you ever cooked something you saw in anime?
I made rice once. It was delicious.
It was okay. I would cook again. Pic semi related.
gf just got home from working the night shift and is asleep. I've got about 8 hours before she wakes up. Any suggestions on what to cook for a valentine's dinner? I'm not a great cook but not incompetent either.
Well I always say if you aren't that good at cooking you should do something thats simple but pretty fucking tasty, like a medium rare duck breast, score the skin and render the fat, save some of the fat and when the duck is resting sear some blanched brussel sprouts in the duck fat with some mushrooms, finish it with garlic and shallots, maybe make a little simple red wine reduction for it, and a salad on the side.
Don't try and get too fancy thats how you start to mess things up.
Hey /ck/, any Floridafags here? I'm heading to Miami from UK in September. Can you guys suggest any really good places to eat?
If you're going to even try fast food, go here
Don't go to Miami, it's Americas very own Third World Hell Hole of a city
Or stay in Miami Beach. Yeah, surrounded by queers and hipsters, but less risk of stray bullets or driving the wrong road and seeing a Santaria sacrifice of chickens and goats in the middle of the road.
Guess what I'm making
What are you making for you're bf on this vday?
Tuna/Shrimp Ceviche with avocado/corn/tomato/red onion/cilantro/lime juice
Manchamanteles (Oaxcan mole made with ancho chiles. I used cloves, mexican cinnamon, almonds, bread, pepper corns):
Pork shoulder, chicken, rice, fried plantain, pineapple
Blood orange zest in the cookies
Blood orange sauce to drizzle
Aaaaaaand the whole fucking day is ruined. Just cheat on him and fuck someone who likes parsley more.
>Not even once
Chicken is truly The GOAT meat.
Teriyaki skirt steak.
It's crazy how the meat is the same exact consistency from edge to edge. Next time I'll do a longer sear and MOAR marinade!
Sous vide is great!
Where do you get your infos from?
Which cookbooks do you like best?
Did you take cooking classes?
Where should a complete beginner start?
What's a good bread to serve with soup or stew? I've only made challah bread and and no-knead bread before.
i bought a bottle of coconut juice the other day because i wanted to see what the fuzz was all about, i hear people talk about it like it's the best ever - nutrient, cooling, healthy.
But it tasted really off for me, idk. kinda reminded me about the water fermented veggies are in. Not as tingly of course, if that makes sense. But slightly along those lines.
What's it supposed to taste like?
Did I get a bad batch?
I was expecting more or less water but with a "refreshing" touch to it, kinda like cucumber water or something.
unless your tastebuds dont work correctly, yes you probably got a bad batch or whatever brand you bought mixed some shit in it.
it should be a sweet tasting water with coconut flavor.
Rice is good for your digestive sytem and health
I eat brown rice almost every day, throw it in the rice cooker with a similar amount of lentils or some frozen vegetables.
I recently found an asia shop in the city here, only went there to get a brief look. What's some good stuff that I can buy there? Do they usually have cheap brown rice? I almost always buy pic related, not the cheapest
Is this the most perfect snack ever?
what do you consider an artisan burger?
Grass fed beef
Roll baked in house
Cheese name you can't pronounce
Bitter greens that have no business on a burger
It costs 10-15 bucks without fries or a drink
There are a few places like this in my city. The burgers are great but the experience isn't worth doing all the time at that price. You shouldn't have to pay more than 10 bucks for a standard burger meal.
Step aside and take your memeburger with you