Alright I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm completely new to cooking. I'm almost 30 and I know it's time to finally learn this shit and make it quick and easy for myself instead of eating fast food all the time. So I watched some Gordon Ramsay videos on youtube and here I am.
What can I make with this?
Can anything good be done with the broiler function of an oven?
which chain has the best pizza?
Little Caesars deep dish, not even memeing. None of them are complete shit but pizza hut is the worst. Inb4 some faggot says a better regional chain, or an even bigger faggot says LOL PLEB GO TO A LOCAL PLACE
New cook at a retirement home. Is crushed chocolate chip cookies mixed with vanilla ice cream a passable dessert?
Bought a bag of potatoes a few days ago and just up a couple for cooking and saw these veins and spots. Is it pink rot? Safe to cook and eat? Should I cut into the rest to check for the same? Take back to store? They look normal on the outside....
Getting takeout tonight as I won't be home till late. Don't really know too much about curries. What should I get?
I can also get chicken, or prawn variations of all of these.
Also, what's the difference between just lamb, and lamb tikka?
Does it anger you that your tax dollars are subsidizing fast food places?
Pisses me right off 2bh
This is currently the best energy drink in the market.
Inspired by the "foods you don't eat" threads:
What are some popular food items or dishes that, for some whatever reason, you have NEVER eaten? Not once, not twice, but never.
Or, alternatively, is there anything that you first tried embarassingly late in your life?
Pic related. I have literally no idea what it tastes like. I also ate melon for the first time at the age of 21, and my friends still make fun of me because of it.
I have also never ever eaten anchovies, refried beans and avocados.
Kitchen staples: (all different)
>habenero sauces (bland flavour)
>tabasco (too peppery)
>blair's death sauce (too hot)
>ass kickin sauces (mostly just habenero)
>pickapeppa (only special for americans who don't have brown...
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Blis beats the fuck out of Frank's if you can find it. For the same applications. High vinegar, like Frank's with a more roasted and complex flavor. Never going back.
I want to expand my knowledge of whiskey and try some tasty stuff. I was thinking of hosting a kind of tasting party at my house for friends once a week or so, so we could all chip in and be able to afford something new to try. Anyone have experience hosting tastings?
Yum yum yum!
How do i cook rice for a good texture,
mine is alway kind of weird.
Post meme foods
Buffalo wings aren't a meme, putting buffalo sauce on everything or mixing it with ranch is definitely a meme though.