What do you guys think of Serious Eats/Food Lab/Kenji Lopez-Alt?
Pursuit of perfection, or unnecessary autism?
>there are adults who drink beverages other than water and alcohol
>There are Communists who drink beverages other than distilled water, or rainwater, and only pure-grain alcohol
Due to my red meat allergy I am limited in what I can use in my smoker. What are some good smoked poultry recipes that yall like?
ITT: insanely unfitting meal combinations
how did anyone even get the idea to mix chicken with waffles?
strangely enough you can find most of these abominations in the american cuisine
Are you a chuck man or a rump man? What roasts do you buy and what do you do with it? I always get chuck because it has more fat.
chuck roast is superior, for it's delicouse fat. I throw it in a roasting pan with a thing of onion or mushroom gravy mix and some onions and cook 1 hour on 325, then take it out and throw some taters and more onions on it, making sure to drippble the juice over the taters. i never put any carrots or sweet potatoes or celery or any shit in there. cook another hour and a half to two hours, take the lid off the last 30 min to let the taters get browned a bit. I had this every sunday for years as a hangover food, it's great with some brussel sprouts.
I too love chuck. Probably the best half of the cow. Can anyone redpill me on chuck steaks? They are much cheaper than ribeyes and look nice and fatty, I hear it isn't good though. Can I just grill it?
This is going to be the most retard /ck/ question ever.
When I am boiling something hard (like pasta or rice) and I don't want of them to stick to the pot, I keep mixing it for the whole boiling process. But things always seems to get a little undercooked or they just take more time. So the question is easy: is continuous mixing an obstacle to cooking? I am eating a VERY hard risotto right now, pretty pissed and scared I'm gonna be sick
you don't have to continuously mix for the whole cooking time when i make pasta, i'll stir it constantly for the first minute or so, then again every 2-3 minutes after. as long as you have enough water in the pot, it shouldn't stick or drop the temperature too much. constantly mixing can cause the temperature to drop, and if there isn't enough water food will be above the surface of the water, not cooking properly.
you won't get sick from undercooked rice or pasta but it'll take...
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Has anyone tired any of Maangchi's homegrown/fermenting tutorials? I think growing your own mung beans looks amazing.
I have 9 egg yolks left over from making a cake, whats something I can make with all of them? Some broke while I was putting them in the jar so I cant separate them all out neatly. I was thinking maybe a chocolate mousse but I cant find a recipe using just egg yolks. Is there any savory dish other than omelette I could make?
you could use it for a Sauce Hollandaise as a side for some other dish. Add some wine, salt, Worstercire, caynne or mustard (dry), whip over a bain marie until its creamy, stirr in melted butter.
I eat rye crispbreads dunked in water
Gardetto's Garlic Rye Chips
You know you want some!
What is the best way to cook chicken breasts for tortillas ?
Does anyone like these kind of popcorn?
>put some ice in a drink, drink it
>go to fix another, feel something in the ice bucket
>it's the plastic bag full of ice my friend was using to ice their sweaty sore neck
What do I do about this, murder?
I am a total newfag when it comes to cooking. Is there some kind of food that is easy to make, so I can get into the ,,World of Cooking?'' I can't even make a good omelette or fry chicken nuggets properly.
What do you have on your sandwich?