For store bought raclette. Do you prefer Migro or Coop brand? Personally I think both are bad, and buy a premade melange from Fribourg.
Sometimes I get premade from the market on thursdays but I can't really taste the difference between it and store bought stuff. How about you?
Sorry. I meant fondue not raclette. Weird mental glitch. Obviously for raclette this question doesn't apply.
Does anybody here have experience with household electric ice cream makers? How does the put-out compare to the store bought stuff? And are there any advantages to going over the $20 Target/Wallmart models are avaliable for?
So /ck/, what's your favourite stuffing/dressing recipe?
Regular or corn bread? Do you put any meats or fruits? Does it come in a box?
why is flank steak so nasty
will i die if i eat food that has been prepared in a
rusty pan? or food that has been sitting in a
pan that has the tendency to rust?
Nah. Rust is just oxidized iron. I'm guessing that rusty shit is often dirty shit, because it wasn't cared for properly, but if you clean it then rust will only make it a bit more difficult to cook, though not actually harm you.
>be is Sweden
>mfw those fuckers put ground caraway in the pack
Did Swedefags just troll me?
What am I supposed to do with a whole bag of ground caraway? Anyone got recipes?
>live in a country
>can't speak the language
Caraway in Swedish is kummin. Cumin in Swedish is spiskummin.
As for what to do with a lot of ground caraway, I use it mostly for soups, stews, sauces, gravies and to flavour buttered carrots/parsnips/carrots-and-parsnips but it's also good for quick breads, like soda bread, and yeast breads, like white rye bread.
A favourite, quick recipe to make is fakemeout vadas mártás, a sauce based on carrot. I say fakemeout...
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>Walk into a pizza place
>Fior di latte
GIVE ME A FUCKING PEPPERONI
Just cooked up sum noodles and spam m8s what u think
Shin ramyum if u r wondering
What is your favorite brand of packaged deli-style turkey?
I've started taking turkey sandwiches for lunch instead of eating out, but I've yet to find a brand that's knocked my socks off.
>packaged deli-style turkey
Go to the actually deli in the grocery store.
Anyone else like eating chip flavors not from their own country?
I know Lays made a Masala flavor for the US to celebrate the olympics, but the actual Masala flavor from India is so good. My store nearby sells it.
I love foreign chips
Maybe it's simply because I've grown sick of eating BBQ chips since I was like 4 but I find the foreign ones to be at least more interesting if not of a higher quality overall
I think it's that way with most of the snacks I get here
I order foreign candy and chips semi often and they are always made of a higher quality than what I find in a store
Plus they don't flip their shit about the current health trends and make random things gluten free
Let's talk deli foods...antipasto, hoagies, heroes, what have you
Why the fuck is there a pasta section, and then an antipasto section but the antipasto section still contains pasta dishes???????????? And why the F do they even have that word "antipasto" it's like a burger joint giving you a menu saying "burger section" then below it it says "anti burgers" and they put a chicken sandwich in it or some shit LOL. 'Antipasta' triggers me so hard.
Why not ask for it raw?
How does /ck/ feel about escargot? I tried it for the first time last week and it was pretty fucking tasty.
Parents just got themselves a cast iron skillet.
Tell me about them /ck/, I've heard a lot of rumours about them, ranging from "you can't touch them with soap or metal floss" to "they have the protection levels of tank armour, scrub them with whatever you want"
It also says it comes pre-seasoned, if that's of any note.
/ck/ what foods do you eat to avoid anemia? I usually take Floradix iron syrup but it makes my stomach hurt sometimes.
Apparently tofu is a good source of iron.
I eat quite a lot of it and didn't know. I guess I probably don't have to worry about iron deficiency then.
So what's a good brownie recipe that will fill a 2.5 quart casserole dish (pic related) pretty nicely? Obviously it doesn't need to literally fill up the whole thing even just half way full would be acceptable I'm just tired of coming across brownie recipes that barely fill it a couple or few inches.
Are bottled lemon and lime juice an ill substitute for a freshly cut/squeezed one?
I have a bunch of chicken hearts and gizzards. How do I cook these without bathing them in butter or breading them but also make them good enough for pleb tastes? I have too much for myself so I figured I'd subject my family to them next week.
I've had them before but I was too drunk to remember. Everything tastes amazing drunk. Theyre rare to see here so I had to scoop them up.
Recipes just confuse me. Should I marinate them, fry them a little then grill them? Most are just drowning them in butter. I'm a lazy cook but I'm going to split what I have up and try different methods.
how should i prepare this /ck/
these are soaking in my kitchen right now i'm going to cook and consume them tomorrow, are adzuki beans good or just a meme?
Good night sweet prince ;_;
So I got invited to a pumpkin potluck, and I have no idea what to bring.
I demand your best/interesting pumpkin recipes!
Brilliant artist, funny fucking stuff.
Try pumpkin cider or ale, and pumpkin macaroons or pumpkin filled chocolate bars as if they were Reeses.
i mix corn flakes with coca cola instead of milk
For some reason in the past I refrigerated a bunch of canned sardines and herring; can I take these out and into the pantry or is the temperature change from refrigerated to room temperature going to fuck them up?
Man I wish I had a kipper right now.
kipper is objectively the best fish.
do you guys like kompot
Hello friends it's that time: I'm hungry and don't know where to go I would like you guys to help me choose: mcdonalds Taco Bell Domino's wings over subway those are the choices I will post pics of what I get
First time making rice
it looks like you have a little goof - that's definitely cellulose home insulation, not rice. try to put it back into your wall, and go to the grocery store to buy a sack of rice. you'll need a little bit of money, but not much - rice is pretty cheap.
How are my brownies /ck/?
looks like you fucked up the recipe
used a pan to big for the small amount you made
edges look dried out as fuck with the center, liquid like globules....i dont even understand that
The noodle is - so a whole day. You can eat in winter, summer, mornings and evenings, a noodle is truly a very delicious meal.
You can make noodles warm, you can make noodles cold. So you can in the holiday, you can make picknick, you can eat mornings, evenings, however you're hungry.
Hence thus no matter the daytime, no sun time, no winter or whatever - the italians are also eating it every day. So a noodle is an eternal food.
No matter what the noodle is made of, no matter how you prepare the noodle. Everybody has his own taste, somebody who got up...
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What should I get from Subway? I'm thinking Chicken Bacon Ranch.
Are there any good combinations that are secret.