What dishes is your U.S. state/region best known for? I'll start:
>top 3 dishes
1. Deep-fried beer-battered cheese curds
2. Frozen custard, especially as shakes or malteds.
3. Brats, typically beer-marinated, then grilled and served on a bun or roll with a variety of condiments, often sauerkraut.
>recipes if you have any
Most of this shit you just buy at the store and assemble at home after some very light prep and/or cooking.
Bacon wrapped shrimp, chinese egg roll, and egg tart. Top with Sriracha meme sauce for good taste and warmth on a chilly morning. Enjoy.
Best muthafuckin snack cake comin' through!
What did you cook for dinner?
I made Shepherds Pie for the first time. It's resting now so I have no inside shots at the moment
I've got these frozen "chicken kievs" that say "raw, do not microwave" about 5 times on the packaging. I baked one and it's sitting on a plate in the other room. I forgot about it, thanks
Pic related. Aside from people who drink martinis, who actually buys pimento stuffed olives, and what do they do with them? They look like they belong in cartoons.
Lots of people enjoy Spam, but everything on the shelf surrounding Spam is a mystery (potted ham, canned corned beef hash, Vienna sausages, deviled ham spread, etc).
If dried pasta lays around outside of its package for several weeks, what happens when you go to cook it?
It's not like he served it to customers and kept it separate, why are people upset?
So it's restaurant week (3 weeks, but whatever) in NYC now. $25 lunches and $38 dinners at some of the better (but not best) places to eat at in the city. I've been to Nobu, Le Cirque, Morimoto's, Delmonico's, 21 Club, Bluewater Grill, Tribeca Grill, Scarpetta and probably one or two others I'm forgetting in the past. Today was Fig & Olive.
Mushroom truffle croquette
And chocolate pot de creme for dessert. I didn't take a pic, but found a good one on GIS
i'll post some older pix as well before i go to sleep
>baked alaska from Delmonico's
What do you think of this smörgåsbord, /ck/?
My first 711 meal what do you think?
Where can I get stuff like this?
What does /ck/ think of Tasty?
Ants as staple food when?
>You're probably thinking that it takes a lot of ants to make a meal. True. But they pack a punch: 100 grams of red ant (one of thousands of ant species) provide some 14 grams of protein (more than eggs), nearly 48 grams of calcium, and a nice hit of iron, among other nutrients. All that in less than 100 calories. Plus, they're low in carbs.
What would you order?
Magic Bullet/Nutri Bullet recipe thread