i wanna try to do the mcmuffin at home
Is this a good recipe?
Do americans really do this?
Put food in shopping carts at the supermarket? Normally yes, unless you only plan to get a few things that will fit into one of the baskets you can carry instead.
Don't people in other countries do this? How do they take all their groceries from within the store to the checkout if they don't use a cart?
Why is it that every time i touch applejuice i get explosive diarrhea, but i can eat apples just fine?
Why is it that people who order their food plain (no veggies, sauces, condiments, etc. just meat, cheese & bread) tend to be fatter?
It seems like all of my fat friends only like plain food and don't really like trying new things. Why is that?
it's harder to get satisfied from plain food and empty calories so they eat more of it to make up for it
go ahead, try it. eat a burger with nothing but meat and cheese. so bland and unfilling. just adding a tomato slice, some fresh lettuce, a couple of pickle slices, and a squirt of spicy mayo makes all the difference.
Id hate to start a five guys thread on /ck/, but god damn did my first trip to it feel underwhelming. What's all the hype for?
Hey guys, so tonight I'm gonna be cooking about 2lbs of top sirloin. Thing is, it's cold as fuck outside so I'm not gonna be standing out by my grill. I'm gonna sear it on my range top in this big cast iron pan I have and then finish it in the oven.
My question is what temp should I put the oven at to finish the steak in? 350 - 400? Thanks!
Well I did a bit of googling and reading and it seems a good amount of people like to put them in at 425-450 for just a few minutes to get it Med-Rare after searing in the pan.
I guess I'm gonna try about 425 and just keep an eye on them and poke them with my finger.
You should do a reverse sear instead. Put in the oven at a fairly low temp until it gets up to 120 or so interior, take it out, let it rest a couple minutes, then give it a quick sear in your cast iron using a neutral oil with a high smoke point.
Putting it in the oven first is better because it dries off the outside so you get a better, tastier sear.
tfw your chickens don't produce and you make them stand there with a sign and shame them for the day, and post it on the internet for all their friends to laugh at them.
What kind of food can I bring to the office for my birthday ? People at my work usually bring croissants and coffee but I want to be original. Cake is also out of the question.
What information would you like to see in the /ck/ sticky?
i cant believe I bought this shit. Steaks objectively taste worse after sous vide. More moisture comes out and its just shit compared to a high heat grill. fuck
You're absolutely right. Nothing beats a high heat grilled steak
I've said it repeatedly on here, do not get a circulator if you just want to use it for your weeknight steak dinner. It's such a marginal improvement, and that's assuming you know how to use it. Sous vide is of tremendous value in so many other applications, but for one steak dinner, no. Get a responsive, powerful stove or grill and learn how to use it.
So I posted a thread about Supersizers Go, a British documentary series about two British people trying British cuisine from different eras of history and, I couldn't help but notice, almost unanimously going "holy shit this is barely edible". So I figured I'd start a thread here since international cu/ck/oldry seems to be this board's raison d'etre.
And then that thread got deleted and I got a warning for "shitposting".
Meanwhile, every single LOL AMERIFAT thread I saw here last night is still there.
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What do you add to Mac & Cheese to take it to the next level?
What's your favorite brand of gravy?