Are most recipes putting too much flour in?
What is the ideal chocolate/flour ratio?
What recipes do you like? :3
Got 1.25 pints. Recipe me, please.
Will you be flying to Tokyo to try this?
>going to Japan
>especially when America serves better burgers
Let's have a cookware thread. I'm sick of this made in China/Thailand/insert shithole country here with cheap materials
Post brands that still made quality products in first world nations where some kid doesn't have to die in a shitty factory so I can bake my pizza in some stupid tray while I'm drunk at 3am
Pic related: Buying this tomorrow so I can feel superior and euphoric. $200 something dollars, made in France by Le Creuset (but beware some of their other products are made in Thailand, the fucking cheese eating surrender monkeys)
cucumber water for customer only!!!
today is a day that I can only eat foods that begin with the letter "P". My first meal consisted of pineapple juice and popcorn. Other suggestions for "P"s for me today /ck/?
In honor of Valentine's Day, I'm sharing the classic Valentine's Dinner with Dave. Steak. Salad (with american singles). Store bough cheesecake. A true meal for the ages.
I do not know if this is bait or ironic, but I love Dave. He is the world's greatest chef, and his videos actually show you the cooking process, whereas a lot of youtubers just show the start and the finish
Someone tell me why eating a jar of Nutella for dinner is a bad thing.
how much MSG do you consume per year?
Its somewhat of a faux pas here in seattle, so only the americhinese and dingier pho places use it
i have a container of it in my kitchen, but I use very little of it. probably like 3oz a year
my microwave just died, i need suggestions for a replacement 100 dalloroos max, that is ofc if ck uses microwaves :^)
I need a fridge, but since I'll be moving in two months or so, I can't just buy one and board a plane with it.
What are some cheapish, disposable alternatives?
Can you store meat in an icebox, for example?
You can, but you'll have to replace the ice or ice packs in it on a daily basis to maintain refrigerator temperatures. Unless you have a freezer already, this is not economical for longer than a couple weeks. I'd just buy a minifridge for under $100, then either give it away or sell it for half what you paid for it when you move.
Hats the best bourbon I can get for my buck? Nothing too expensive.
I'm pretty middle class. Don't want to spend too much on a bottle.
Pretentious expensive taste bourbon faggots need not apply
Also bourbon/whiskey thread I guess
[spoiler] I'm so fuckin hammered right now bruh.
Who /chevda/ here?
there's an indian store here that sells bags of chevda, murukku, and glass bottles of thums up for dirt cheap.
often slightly out of date but still
Go ahead, try and name a better soda.
Protip: You can't.
Fucking excuse me? Where do you purchase such a godsent?
What's the best chewing gum money can buy?