>he enjoys edam cheese
Today I'm going to a sushi burrito restaurant and I need a funny caption to put under the picture I'm going to instagram of my sushiritto because I live a sad life and this is what I care about. Thanks
Hey /ck/, just hoping to get your opinions on this. I have an electric cooktop at the moment, and a gas line already runs to my house, so I want to switch out my electric for gas.
Question is, which should I get? Any opinions welcome.
When was the last time you got a hot and juicy Ultimate Cheeseburger /ck/?
Chicken tenders. I've made them with Italian breadcrumbs, panko (my fave), flour, and crushed pork rind. I want to try more breadings. Maybe flaxmeal or shredded coconut? Please give me ideas.
/ck/ I'm hungry and I was wondering what I could make with the following ingredients
>Three left over breaded & fried pork chops
I was thinking a fried rice or something - any ideas?
How do eyes taste ? How does one acquire good quality eyes?
They don't taste like much their squishy, jelly like nature makes them popular as a treat for children in cultures that still hunt for subsistence.
In those places they simply shoot an animal and pluck its eyes out.
In a more civilized country you'll have to ask your butcher or fishmonger if you're not already in a culture that enjoys Weird Shit™ and sells it on the regular.
Go to a store, any grocery store, and ask to buy fish heads. Roast them in the oven like you would with any other part of the fish.
The eyes are tasty, but the real reason to do this is to eat the tender and delicious cheek flesh. Even white people do this. People who can eat things without being a picky child also enjoy the brain. I find its flavor and texture similar to the small dark piece of chicken found in the seam between the thigh and spine. It's kind of like a little bite of pate?
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Anyone familiar with this stuff?
I just got a bottle and the aftertaste is unlike any other vodka I ever had.
Have you ever been as lucky as to find 3 Crunchy Nuts & Honey Nature Valley bars instead of 2?
This day is starting great.
two limp pickle slices
I know some of you are pretty knowledgeable when it comes to nutrition, so I wanna ask you, what is the importance of starch in the diet? What are some starchy vegetables and how much should I be having on my dinner plate?
I tend to follow the food pyramid as much as I can but it doesn't really explain how to get the most out of veggies.
vot this for YA
stay away from animal products and consider yourself a winner same with tofu
>recipe takes hours to make
>you eat it in 10 mins
this cheese tastes like it goes really well with cooked breads (bagels or croissants especially)
how is my plebe taste pairing?
i feel like an asiago fresco filled croissant would be super tasty
always with the threats, first they sting you, now things. blow me, bees.
Just some standard habanero noodles w/ lentils, scrambled eggs, broccoli, spinach, white beans. Pretty good stuff.
scrabled eggs got turmeric and black pepper in them.
Decent meal. It's not that much salt either, not like I drink the broth.
(It's all the same)
Quaker oats being sued for allegedly using cancer causing pesticides.
I've eaten Quaker oats every single day for about 20 years.
So I've bee wanting to get into sandwiches lately, I'm kind of a sandwich noob....in my youth I mainly just ate like cheese sandwiches (cheese and mayo) or just turkey and mayo with lettuce, but I realize these are very basic and I want to get into making good sandwiches.
What do you think makes a good sandwich? What are the key components? Favorite filling combinations? Any favorite sandwiches? Eventually I'd like to get into more advanced toasted sandwiches but I'm gonna start with simply cold sandwiches
so recently i just had a lunch for ramen,so i was thinking making my own ramen
anyone have good recipes ?
OP's thread is garbage so I'm hijacking it. Where do you get decent-quality (read: not horrible for you) ramen noodles?
½ cups all-purpose flour
½ kg sweet potato
2 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 piece of pumpkin
2 tablespoons yeast
2 cups cooking water of pumpkin and sweet potato
Oil for frying
Anybody else here use spreadsheets to keep track of food related shit?
I got really high the other day and created this. It started out as a simple shopping list calculator, but grew to so much more.
This spreadsheet keeps a record of previously-recorded items, and fills in the details like price automatically- taking tax into consideration- before giving me a total. It can also sort foods by criteria like calories/dollar, servings/dollar, amongst other things.
Do you guys have any suggestions? I'd be happy to release it to you guys once I tidy the...
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Is there any way to make something resembling gyro/doner meat with only a toaster oven, microwave, and stovetop?
>Is there any way to make something resembling gyro/doner meat with only a toaster oven, microwave, and stovetop?
Gyro meat can be made like meafloaf. Just spice up your ground meat mixture (more finely ground), and form into a loaf, muffin cups, or mounded on a cookie sheet or baking pan and baked until cooked through. Cool. Slice thinly as you wish. Recrisp slices if you want before serving on the stovetop, but not necessary on a nicely browned loaf.
tl;dr; Had an elk burger Saturday. Where should I buy some of my own?
Hey /ck/ I added some bread and added some seasoning to the sausage and veggies this time while it cooked, there's also some parmasean on top of the pasta at the bottom. How'd I do this time guys?
Why does everyone waste so much food?
You can make a stock out of pretty much anything. I have 4 different stocks I made in the freezer right now.
You can eat like a king and save money at the same time. Tastes good, too.
Just got some of these: what should I make, /ck/?
Is there some point to washing dishes? I read some article saying hand washing dishes is unsafe. I just rinse them off with water and reuse them I don't use soap or sponges or rags. I don't really get sick either. I got a bad fever 9 years ago and that's it.
I know that sounds pretty NEET so surely others here can relate or something?
First, you're going to get a lot of flak for this OP.
But honestly, I don't go over the top with dishes if they're for personal use. I use a rag and a dot of soap with hot water. I spend maybe 3 seconds a plate, and toss them on a drying rack.
As long as they don't look gnarly, I don't really care. I only actually put effort into sterilizing my dishes if I'm having guests over, or a qt
I'm a traditional Italian chef. I grew up in Italy my whole life. Every week me and my family get together and make a large Italian meal.
Why is this allowed?