Anyone have any of these pics? Just any of them?
I don't know where to find them. If someone has the link that would be cool.
What's ur fav cut, /ck/?
What does /ck/ think of Korean bbq?
Personally, I love it from the array of possible banchans that you can be given and get for it and the amount of meats that can be done as well.
I do have to do all the cooking for it though, otherwise someone else does and they fuck it up somehow. It's annoying when someone else just shoves tons of food onto the hot plate and then dirties it up because they can't flip the food fast enough.
What is the absolute best stove that can be installed in a home?
>inb4 Aga meme stove
Wolf or Viking are really high end. Frigidaire/Kitchenaid is making models to try and compete with them, but they're just not on the same quality level as wolf or viking.
48" and 60" stoves are retardedly expensive. Like $8000+ expensive.
Redpill me on Yixing clay teaware, /ck/
People will claim that one type of ceramic is better than another for tea. They are liars. You can also use a metal teapot, or a glass one. It changes nothing.
Ceramic absorbs some flavour, which over time can enrich your teas if you're not using different types in the same pot. Metal goes cold more quickly. Glass is better if you want to use just one pot for different types of tea, but is more prone to breaking if you're using it on a very cold morning and don't warm it up a bit first.
Can you not just enrich your tea by using more tea leaf in that case?
Can you really attribute something like the tea being better tasting to the pot instead of something like the small variations in the amount of leaf you use between any given batch. You know those fuckers that have super trained palates that taste test water. Do you think they could tell the difference between a cup of tea brewed in a clay pot, a seasoned clay pot, and a glass pot?
So I really love watching street food videos. What I noticed however is that in India, Pakistan and some of the other poorer countries the oil they use is black. Is this just an old oil that took on the color from the spices they cook the food in or do they use a certain type of oil that looks darker than what we're used to in the west?
Here's an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYNSVbByi1U
Lets make this a street food video thread, please post your favorite.
For instance, imagine how exciting it would be to chain Chef Eric Ripert to a chair and force feed him emulsified McGriddles™ through a beer bong, waging relentless chemical warfare on his refined palette. When he wasn't enjoying McDonalds, he's be listening to Limp Bizkit at ~100-120 decibels under constantly flickering lights. Eventually, he would be free to go, but only after he stuck a baguette halfway up his butt, so that a fair portion still extruded for the world to admire. He would be released in the middle of a Black Twitter flash mob so that his greatness...
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Apology for my english
My guess is that a "carne asada" (Barbecue?) is a universal thing but my question is what sides do people use in different countries?
I'm asking this cuz I don't think nothing is better than guacamole, salsas, flour tortillas, picled red onions in lime juice, etc.
pickled red onions are kind of rare in the states unless you go to a nicer place
A lot of people here are idiots who add lettuce and shredded cheddar.
Personally, I never put cheese on any mexican food unless it's like standard like a wet burrito.
some places have limes and I love getting fresh lime juice on my burrito at those kinds of places. I've only seen it at Whole Foods
>i don't think nothing is better than
No, sides are better than no sides.
You also like the things you do because you come from a country where that's all you've even been exposed to.
In most first world countries people grow up eating all sorts of things and can choose whatever cuisine the're in the mood for that day.
The "best" is just a matter of preference, and people who only eat one flavor profile are basically picky eaters.
I'm trying to get back into the restaurant industry and I'm looking for a stage. Does anyone have experience applying for one and have any advice?
>people who call regular noodles "ramen"
Do you know how fucking stupid you sound? You're not Japanese. You're just a dumb fucking weeaboo who wouldn't know how to cook a REAL meal if your life depended on it. Go complain to your parents because they won't let you make sushi in their kitchen you NEET fucker.
How do I make oatmeal taste good without adding too much sugar?
I posted my dinner on Snapchat, what do you guys think?
>tfw such an aspie lightweight that I put 2 shots of vodka into a glass and poured the rest with sprite and already feel it and ill probably have to crush waters so i dont get hungover
jesus christ kill me
What's /ck/'s opinion on the secret guac recipe from Senator Bush?
Cute food thread?
Tea and food that would go well with tea are also very welcome here