>ITT odd facts concerning people and food in particular historical and famous individuals
>Richard Nixon's favorite food was ketchup and cottage cheese.
ow are sardines even MEANT to compete with the iconic, irresistible taste of Heinz Baked Beans? I simply think that the literally can not compete with Heinz. Anyone else feel the same? Just look at the processing the fish goes through. You guys agree right?
Anyone else get "the gas" after eating these? Only started for me in the past few years, now I can't even touch the damn things.
>If you do, you know what I'm talking about
Is /ck/ cooking anything to celebrate Martin Luther King day?
Can't get /ck/'s rice cooking darling, a zojirushi, in Europe. At least not the cheaper models that everyone raves about.
What's a good alternative?
Looked this up out of curiosity...
How is this worth $174? Rice is so cheap, you probably won't eat $174 worth in your entire life. Also, it's rice; how complicated is your cooking process?
OP is making a bolognese sauce tonight.
Started out sautéing 1lb of pork, 1lb of beef, and 1lb of lamb.
While that was cooking down, started another pan with butter and half pound of pancetta. Rendered the fat, and then added celery, onion, carrots, garlic, sage, and parsley to the pan. Softened that shit up, and then added to the meat.
Got everything simmering again, and added red wine.
Currently reducing down the wine.
Any home canners here in /ck/?
How are sardines even MEANT to compete with the iconic, irresistible taste of Heinz Baked Beans? I simply think that the literally can not compete with Heinz. Anyone else feel the same? Just look at the processing the fish goes through. And who could even say they WANT to eat THIS?
Wait, you're comparing sardines to baked beans? That's a pretty odd comparison.
One canned superfood to well, a , festering, rotting, oily, salty, canned "food". You are right. Sardines aren't even in the same LEAGUE as baked beans. My apologies.
What's the ideal size of peanuts?
Is bigger always better?
I got my wisdom teeth extracted and have not eaten solid food in 4 days. I should be able to eat solid food again tomorrow or the day after. What should I eat? Give me some recommendations.
I was thinking of pic related.
I've been applying for new restaurant jobs. I'm curious what you other line cooks & chefs have on your résumé as far as general industry job descriptions go.
Here are some I have so far...
-responsible for putting orders away
-maintained clean and organized walk-in coolers and dry storage areas
-properly closed down kitchen by following outlined procedures
Just got this beautiful beast today and will be christening it with a first attempt at cauliflower soup!
Poorfag here, got a 9 piece steel nonstick Kitchenaid set on sale for $100 Canadian.
Made some Singapore noodles and they turned out pretty good, also got a streamer so I can buy some noodles and not have to worry about burning my hand to get the water out.
never had vietnamese food. what are good dishes besides the obvious pho?
Sup /ck/, so I'm moving out soon and I need to get a convection oven cause the place I found doesn't have an oven and I was wondering what the best cheap convection oven is around that you can get?
I've tried the Breville Pro but I was wondering if there is a cheaper alternative that is almost as good from a different manufacturer?
I already have a convection stove, I just need something to cook shit since the faggot I'm renting from suggested the stove he had worked but apparently there's no plug around for it.
[spoiler]Still its $550 CAD a month in Toronto so its a bargain to say the least and comes with free hydro, internet and electricity[/spoiler]
How is the Kitchenaid KCO273SS 12'' or DeLonghi DO1289?
Tell me ceeekay, why haven't you started a food truck?
>Low cost compared to restaraunt
>get mad pussayyyyy in truck
>be self employed and happy
what do you have to lose?