This stuff is amazing.
i got a weber smoker for my birthday, and just smoked my first stuff.
lam riblets and beef shank on left, and pork shoulder and beef chuck on right
dry rub was chili, cumin, garlic, salt and sugar, and a little coffee and cocoa. only on there for a few hours before it went in the smoker
cold day and SUPER windy. Couldn't get the temp past 200 until i but up a wind break.
Used briquets and apple wood.
Got a lot darker than I expected. Lamb came off after maybe 4 hours (with much of that time not being quite in the proper temp range), beef shanks after about 6. Chuck and pork then went into a 275 oven. Chuck came out after maybe two hours, and pork 4 hours.
my cutting board finally split in half and i want to get a new one
also open to repairing this one if anyone has any suggestions
what cutting boards do you guys like?
i remember seeing a thread quite a while ago and there was one brand that a bunch of people seemed to like and it was also dishwasher safe.. ??
the one i had been using since around 2000 looks like pic related ... i got it from a kitchen supply store and i think it was around $75 at the time
Any of you own a deep fat fryer?
id love to get one, but im afraid of becoming obscenely obese.
Yeah, but I dont really like using it because it makes the kitchen and me stink of fried oil. Its good for making chips (fries), anything with a batter. But the oil retains the flavor of what you cook in it, so my oil stinks like fish kind of, which means I cant use it for making a thing like doughnuts, and to change the oil is such a fucking hassle cause theres so much of it, it takes up like 5 bottles or something, I just cant be bothered. I suppose I use the deep fat fryer about 10 times a year maximum.
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How do you do your cold brew, /ck/? Pic related is my go-to.
just use a cheesecloth/sieve and any kind of bucket/jar/etc, no need to waste money on fancy brewing equipment. The only important factors are grind size (coarse) and brewing time (~12 hours) to make a good cold brew.
What do you put in a perfect beef burger (patty)?
smoked meat sandwich
I got a shitton of greek coleslaw left over.
Can you suggest me a sandwich featuring this?
Maybe something really spicy to balance it out. Like a buffalo chicken or spicy chicken sandwich?
Idk what makes coleslaw Greek other than that solitary olive in the pic, though. So maybe I'm way off.
Does /ck/ like pot pie?
Who else whippin up a masterpiece right now?
I dont get why people have to go the Benihana's or mongolian BbQ's to get this shit. Mine is turning out great. And recs on spices?
As a poor college student minced beef is a cheap and filling staple but i'd be lying if the endless stream of burgers and bolognese/meatballs wasn't getting boring. What are some other good meals I can make with mince meat
Going to be using meat a lot? Get a slower cooker and become legend among your friends. Got meat? Toss it in some Chili on low. Roll em into meatballs, mix it into spaghetti sauce, eat it raw because its manly.
Done. Rate outta 10
Would you eat it sempais?
Dishes that make no sense to make at home unless your time is worthless and you want to spend more money than buying the dish at a restaurant
Depends if you have a good ramen place nearby though. Also if have a lot of freezer space you can make and freeze broth, charsiu and make essentially instant ramen that taste pretty nice. But yeah it does take time, and depending on the type of broth it can cost quite a lot.
ITT we post wallpaper worthy pictures of godlike food.