How come I ain't never seen this cheese on here before?
Challerhocker! Flavor wise, it's like a hybrid of parmesan and blue cheese but is technically Swiss cheese. Nice and tart but still funky, sans any ammoniated flavors. Just grated some on my eggs and toast and really enjoyed it. Gonna make a sauce out of it to go with some pasta and roasted chicken later I think. That's all I have to say.
Hi /ck/ I came to you looking for help.
I hope this is the right place.
I'm a single guy working a demanding job. I find that I'm not eating healthy most of the time. I eat a lot of potato chips and drink a lot of soda.
I simply don't want to spend what little time I have preparing food. Also I'm just not that good of a cook.
I can [pan fry ?] a pretty mean steak every once in a while and it goes good with some steamed and then fried veggies. I can also prepare eggs in its various forms, be it scrambled, cooked or fried. And...
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Curries and stews require little more than searing some meat and chopping up some vegetables. Same with oven roasted root vegetables. Just set aside some time two days week to make meals that will last for days.
Start by packing your lunch. Sandwiches can be wholesome if you male them right. Raw fruit and veggies. Grapes, mandarins, and apples are some of my favorites. Do you have a crock pot? There are LOTS of slow cooker meals that have little prep time and are ready when you get home. They also provide leftovers for lunch if you have a microwave.
Biggest thing for me is making the healthy foods convenient and the chips inconvenient. I but cantaloupe, but it up and put it in bags so it's ready to grab, but leave my chips in the big bag.
What stuff is sprinkled on the double steakhouse burger bun?
So I'm trying to impress my pleb family with a fancy looking dessert like pic related.
I was wondering if you guys had any idea if something else I could make that doesn't require some expensive as fuck ingredients.
fancy looking desserts are literally just desserts that look fancy
you have to be good with your hands, you can't have a magic recipe that makes things look better than you can make them
if you want a recipe that's hard to fuck up and interesting style points
It's literally just upside down cake
Are mashed sweet potatoes a thing?
Wanted to do them with bifteki and a salad
>that awful feeling when i will never be able to eat a delicious slice of strawberry mille crepe cake
because i live in god damn kazakhstan, that's why
So, I found a recipe for a brazilian pork stew online, looks pretty good. Never made it before, so I'm probably gonna fuck up somewhere. Feel free to yell advice. Like, red wine in a pork stew? that sounded a little off to me. Surely white if anything? P.S. the meat I'm making it with is pork shoulder and pork cheek, with a little black pudding thrown in towards the end. Might do some beef suet dumplings too, iunno yet.
Oh, I'm also listening to nostalgic music, figure I may as well share it with you guys. Why not post music you enjoy cooking to as well?...
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JESUS CHRIST MY EYES! Also, does anyone know if pork cheek takes longer to stew than shoulder? when cutting the meat, it felt quite a bit tougher.
Browning the meat off. The cheek is a bit darker.
An evil demon appears before you and gives you a choice. One of these groups will disappear forever, the other will double in size:
1. White people who only eat flavorless grey goo and make gagging noises when they see, taste, or smell anything good
2. White people who are overzealous about other people's culture and get butthurt when they don't get chopsticks at a Thai restaurant
Which do you choose?
i received several pounds of high quality pork belly. This morning, we cooked some straight, cut into rashers and lardons. During the cooking, they turn grey like a pork chop, and smell more 'pork' than bacon, due to the lack of smoke i assume. Eating was delightful, crispy, fat was clean and smooth. very melt in your mouth. Its like a pork chop and a bacon slice made sweet sweet love.
post your pork belly cures, preps and recipes here
that's not bacon, that's just grilled pork belly. Asians eat it all the time, it's a top-selling item at every Korean bbq restaurant. try it with Korean or Japanese bbq sauce, or with gochujang wrapped in a leafy green
Never posted here before but I figured you guys would have some bro science for me
I shot 2 deer on a hunting trip. So Friday and Saturday they've been sitting on ice. Apparently there's a bunch of ways to fuck up deer meat and you have to purge it or some shit.
Anyone have any game recipes or something easy for first timers ?
Am I the only one that's absolutely crazy about these little pinwheel sandwiches?
I get some every time I go to Walmart. They're overpriced as hell but I can't help it. They're so good.
I dig them too. These are something you should make on your own though. I'll still buy them pre-made from time to time just because I'm lazy sometimes or forgot to pack a lunch for the day
Thoughts about Nutella?
it's a video for oversexualized people who don't care about cooking. i find it disrespectful towards food. it's trash and so are most of the people commenting on the video. including me.
Butterball Original Bacon Style Turkey.
50% less fat makes this great tasting alternative, the better bacon for breakfast, lunch or any time of day!
100% great tasting turkey that is slowly smoked over hardwood chips to give authentic bacon flavour.
Minimal shrink after cooking.
seriously this stuff is awesome
Well, it's back to Arby's again today.
They're kinda growing on me. Sucks that we have, like, one in the entire state though.
What do you like to get at Arby's?