I have a serious energy problem, I think it might be diet related but I'm not sure. I'm sleeping 12-13 hours a day and I'm always tired when I'm awake.
Diet is normal ish I guess, normally something along the lines of
>Porridge and fruit for breakfast
> Cheese/Tuna mayo/Marmite sandwich for lunch
> Dinner varies, but it's almost always self cooked pretty much from scratch, very rarely do I use pre prepared or processed foods, although I will admit the quality...
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I've been looking at puff pastry recipes, and one big difference I've noticed among them is that for the "beurrage" some use pure butter, while others mix the butter with flour.
What's the difference in practical terms, what's best?
I don't know many traditional french recipes that use flour, just adaptations or american ones. That said, the flour helps when your dough is too thin and the butter might cause holes/tears, or something about how it makes the folding process easier and neater, I've never used flour so I don't know myself. I really suggest just using butter.
My trick to making it easily is to chill the butter slightly, beat it with rolling pin between two sheets of parchment paper, until it's very thin. Chilled...
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What is this logo anons? I'm guessing a liquor??
I appreciate the input, but I am unable to locate anything else about this arcsync or find the logo from it, a friend of a friend got it from a liquor distribution at a bar she works at. I will ask another board too.
A lot of distributors offer to buy branded glassware in exchange for purchasing large amounts of alcohol, etc
They make a lot of one off samples to take to the person in charge of who is buying the booze.
This was probably a sample for an event sponsored by "ArcSync" or something like that
>blizzard on the east coast this weekend
Anyone else plan on ordering pizza this weekend? I plan on setting up multiple ice traps around my neighborhood where I know they will pass through. Then I plan on not tipping and calling up to complain about my pizza being too cold. The only question is what kind of pizza should I order?
You can actually get in some pretty big trouble and sued like crazy if any one caught you doing that and it would cost you a whole lot more than a $12 pizza. Hopefully they don't close your school so your plan is ruined and you get math homework on a Friday.
>Hopefully they don't close your school so your plan is ruined and you get math homework on a Friday.
>mentioned the weekend
Maybe you should go back to school since you clearly can't read. I hope you get caught in one of my ice traps, you idiot.
I did something similar to this on accident a few years back. We used to have a 1/2 mile long driveway with somewhat deep ditches on either side. Long story short, we ordered pizza during shitty weather. Driver drove off the side of the driveway, fucking their car up something fierce. Walked up the driveway to retrieve pizza. Left driver crying as they waited for a truck to pull their car out. Enjoyed the pizza while watching spongebob with my niece and brother.
I am not an expert in cooking so i tried to make a tomato soup with rice, there wasnt too much ingredients at home today so i wanted to go cheap.
Well but at the end it ended up just being pure rice maybe i added a bit too much.
Any idea ,what to do with it, how to fix or make something else out of it?
pic related , thats it
You're pretty much fucked, ese. Even if you add more tomato paste to thicken it/make it more rich (also, add herbs and spices for flavour) and further cooking will just break the rice down and it'll turn into mush.
I guess you could make a really thick And flavoursome soup in another pan and mix it in? Lots of tomato paste, stock and herbs/spices? But you said there isnt much in your house. So... Enjoy your watery rice rip
Do you take pictures of your meal when you go to restaurants?
If you work in a restaurant, what is you opinion of people taking pictures of their meals?
which would you rather eat
Is this good, /ck/?
What brand of knife block would you recommend for an amateur chef who's learning to cook?
My budget would be about £80/$110/€100.
I assume by "knife block" you are referring to a set of knives rather than the actual wooden block alone?
Best advice: don't get a set. You end up paying more money for knives that you won't end up using. What should you get? IMHO:
1) A chef's knife as large as you can comfortably handle. This will do 95% of your cutting tasks.
2) An inexpensive serrated knife for bread.
3) An inexpensive paring knife for the little fiddly stuff.
4) A means of sharpening your new knives.
>tfw hungry but the only snacks in the house are pita bread and hummus
why are americans addicted to peanuts?
Is there anything more masculine than HP sauce? I put it on every meal I have. I cover my steaks and snags with it. I put it in my sandwiches, on fish, on chicken, on dessert, in my special K cereal.
HP sauce is the pinnacle of masculine cuisine. If you don't consume it regularly you are probably a low test faggot.
is it safe to eat raw fish?
and i mean non smoked/salted or in any way preserved fish, i have no oven and im too lazy to cook it on a pan
Fish is safe to eat raw if it had been kept on ice or immediately frozen from the time or was caught to the time it his your plate. Really beef, pork, and chicken could be eaten raw if they didn't go through packing/processing and were treated more like fish.
>itt godtier staple foods
i need to make a lot of poured sugar at once, around 9 or 10 liters. can anyone help me? i need to calculate the right amount of product to use to get the right quantity. but every recipe i found doesn't specify the volume of sugar i'm gonna end up with.
i'm using a recipe consisting of a mix of granulated sugar, water and glucose syrup.
the recipe says: 1kg of sugar, 400gr of water, 160gr of glucose syrup.
make the recipe you listed once, see how many liters the result is and then multiply the ingredients by (volume you measured / volume you want) minus volume you measured
its not that complicated my man