>Hello good sir, I'll order a bacon cheeseburger, extra cheese if you wouldn't mind.
French fries and homemade ground beef taquitos with spicy ketchup.
Btw take a look at this plattery.
I use to make churros using sugar, flour, butter, salt,and eggs, but then I saw online that instead of the eggs some people just used vegetable oil or milk and one recipe I saw used both egg and vegetable oil. So how do you guys make the perfect churro?
What's a good rub recipe for chicken and ribs?
Going to an apple orchard this weekend. Can someone please share apple recipes for me to try?
I did it, I successfully made ginger ale!
Ok /ck/ how the fuck should I cook these
My nigga. OK so for these fuckers you need to wash them and get all the pulp off. After that dry very well. I'm talking dish towel and roll them up for 5 min. Toss with a tiny bit of olive oil and salt. I like to let it sit for a bit on the rack for a hour before I pit them in a 400 degree oven. Check them at 10 min and stir every 3 until done.
What did all of you co/ck/s have for dinner tonight?
I had chicken with a seasoned coating simmered in white wine, lemon juice, and butter. I could have reduced the sauce a lot more, but it was delicious regardless.
I've never had these and decided to buy a pound on a whim, what do you guys usually do with them?
I was thinking of putting them in the slow cooker with some caramelized onions and beer
Your idea is good. Add bacon or a ham hock for more punch. Alternately you can cook them in some salted water, then add them to some sauteed Swiss chard (in garlic and oil) with a squeeze of lemon. That's good, too.
What do you cucks know about spending 5 bucks?
>tfw she's easing us into Francis' eventual death
>implying the japanese haven't perfected accelerated cloning and neural synchronization for dying poodles in order to maintain a stable system of poodle hosted instructional recipe videos
Yoo co/ck/s my flatmates blew up our oven yesterday, we're all broke so all we have to cook with now is a microwave/eletric grill.
Meat is no issue, but what cheap-ish carb can I use in this situation? My diet was always dried grains or pasta, can't cook either now.
Are you hungry, /ck/?
I just had some Pumpkin Spice Cheerios with whole milk, black coffee with Pumpkin Spice creamer, and strawberries dipped in some delicious Philadelphia Pumpkin Spice cream cheese! I'm full!!
nah im good, just ate some mashed potatoes that I reheated
>tfw randomly threw an egg in there and they came out twice as good
goddamn, I'm always puttings eggs in my mashed potatoes from now on.
Am I the only one who suspects that those vegan activists who plant cameras in slaughter houses to sue McDonalds are also the same people who show up in the tapes torturing animals?
Think about it the only way to get that close to the animals is to work there right? Plus you need to work there long enough to catch that shit on camera. Isnt it easier to just plant it? It's always one single tape when they should collect docens of hours a week plus they are all insane anyways I don't dobut they would torture a cow for the sake of the cause for a second
This is the best Mexican fast food restaurant there is. Prove me wrong.
What should I have for dinner?
I dont know about you guys but for me its FFF
I want to make hot cheeto chicken strips and I do not know how to fry (dont have anything to fry with aka no pots for it) so baking and pan frying is my only option. I do not want to use any sauces in the cooking of it
>(dont have anything to fry with aka no pots for it) so baking and pan frying is my only option.
You can sort of deep-fry in most pans. You can put in enough oil so that half of the chicken is covered. Just make sure to flip it a few times. If you're like me and you love your FFF, you don't skimp on the deep frying nor go for the oven.
Every cake/brownie I bake ends up burned up top and raw down bottom.
I'm using aluminium trays to bake them.
Is there a way to prevent this as is? Should I start using my brain and buy a tin tray?
This may sound crazy, but have you considered your oven knobs are switched around? I'm saying this because that's actually what happened to me and that's how my cakes used to come out, the knob I thought I was setting to 175°C was actually turning on the top grill, and the knob I thought was setting the heat to top and bottom was actually setting the oven to like 90°C. Hence raw, burnt cake.
I need some help here. I'm going to try experimenting with some crab cakes and broiling, but I've never broiled food before. My oven has two settings for the broiler, Low and High, yet every recipe I see for crab cakes doesn't mention broil settings. So which setting should I use for them, Low so they can cook more evenly?
>drink a can of soda or something similarly sweet almost daiky
>at the same time drink nearly a gallon of water a day
>eat pretty unhealthy and live a completely sedentary lifestyle
>blood sugar somehow normal but cholesterol a little high
>diabetes runs in family
Am I destined to get the beetus?
>people are still using microwaves
>not becoming toaster oven masterrace
>Anon doesn't use a combination microwave/convection/toaster oven
What are some good dressings for coleslaw besides the usual creamy mayo one?
It's not just a meme bros, cold brew is like 10 times better than regular.
The coffee flavor is so much less watered down even when it's diluted.
Trying to buy myself a sauce pan to be able to cook 6oz of pasta at a time. How big of a pot should I buy and where can I get a decent quality one for basic cooking. Also only want non-stick.
Pasta is best cooked in a very large amount of water so don't go nuts trying to find a small pan. For boiling pasta, larger is better.
Nonstick is also totally irrelevant for boiling pasta.
Actually, the pan you posted is very good value for money. Brand is Update International, just google that.
I'm going to share my rice recipe with you twats.
First, wash your rice. I used 2 cups of Kroger brand jasmine rice.
I don't know shit about rice. Btw
A fried sardine sandwich with mustard is a true classic, but there's a loss of recipes for when these Chinese grocery braised eel and roasted baby squid ended up in the pantry.
What can be done with braised eel and roasted baby squids? You have any other canned seafood recipes that you can't stop eating?
>this image triggers /ck/
So after seeing this video posted here a few days ago, I decided to give this meal a try myself and holy shit do I enjoy it.
I just used a potato diced into small cubes, a small onion finely chopped, a hot dog sliced up thinly and about a third of a tin of spam cut into small squares. Never even eaten spam before, but saw it while shopping and thought it might go with the ridiculously frugal nature of the dish, and hey it's actually not bad. The ingredients total up to a little over £1 per meal, so for poor anons, check this meal out.
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my frugal/comfy meal is game stew
take stew meat of venison (or squirrel/moose/fox/raccoon - anything with red meat and a bit of fat)
slow cook for a few hours with mirepoix
add root veggies, onion, garlic and spices to taste
dash of port or red wine, or a bitter irony stout
serve with dark rye bread or rye flatbread.
(for frugal mode, skip the wine/port/stout unless you brew it yourself)
If you put these on a sheet of aluminum foil* and lower them down into a pot with a steamer basket, and steam them for 8-10 minutes, they taste just like the real thing. They get scorching hot and not the least bit soggy. I was expecting them to be warm at best, but they really do absorb a lot of heat from the steam.
*The box recommends it. I think it serves a few purposes. The steamer basket will conduct heat into the bun, and possibly make it tough. Aluminum sucks at conducting heat. Also, the water might bubble up and get the bottom wet. Makes lifting them out of there...
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What fancy foods did u have for breakfast, /ck/?