What's your favorite mixed drink or cocktail?
Someone mentioned Lynchburg Lemonade in another thread I remember them as being really good but I haven't had one years and searching around for the recipe, I see there are a few variants.
Also; What's the best brand of sour mix to make Lynchburg Lemonades (and other mixed drinks)?
I’ve also been getting a Kamikazes fairly regularly, usually one to start off the night and one to finish off.
Just got a whole butchered lamb, about 35lbs of meat, and another one coming in a couple weeks.
So /ck/. Im about to cook some Pork on a stovetop grill and make some Salad with it. Nothing to special, You guys got any tips to make it that much better?
Anyone know anything about Braggs products? My grandmother swears by their stuff and she's older than the dinosaurs.
I got a free bottle of their olive oil a little over a year ago at an alive oil tasting thing, it was good stuff. if i remember correctly, it's made from olives harvested in the fall/winter and for some reason or another that makes it have it a stronger/more intense flavor
Did human start raising grain for bread or beer?
I think we started making beer. Its got water, carbs, flavor, good bacteria, good fungi and most importantly, alcohol.
its got everything you need to stay alive and feel good about it for 24 hours.
The first grains were used to make an alcoholic beverage of sorts, yes. Historically there was only a few ways to preserve food, fermenting was one of them and quite possibly the healthiest way to preserve food as well.
Of all places, why would you ask this here?
Archaeological evidence points to beer, but archaeological evidence doesn't mean dick thousands of years from when it was made with a perishable product.
What are some rare weeb shit that's actually easy to obtain ingredient for and cook in the Middle America?
Pic related, based Utz make the best chips
Good choice. My current favorite is Lay's Dill Pickle. Lay's isn't one of my favorite brands but they are the only ones that make Dill chips I can find. Herr's makes a "creamy Dill", but it's not as good.
anyone ever been to Eataly in New York City? Did it live up to the hype?
I've never been to the New York Eataly but I just came back from Italy and visited one in Florence. It's a good one-stop-shop kinda place with a surprisingly good wine cellar too. Though in my opinion it was much better to visit the local markets for a larger variety and fresher produce.
So I just learned that canoli filling is just ricotta cheese. I'm wondering what's the easiest way to make canoli filling when I have ricotta cheese and store-bought sugar.
"There's nothing inauthentic about American-Chinese dishes."
Oh my. In your face, authenticfags.
ALDI THREAD -
Hate, rate, debate, masturbate. Are they improving on old recipes?...
I've heard they're good. Pretty much condensing down to the staples on a corporate level to cut down on prices.
Never been there tho. Also heard you gotta put a deposit in to get a cart, so there are no stalls in the lot.
Who /dressupramen/ here?
I've just started getting into improving ramen with spices and shit.
So far I've found that cayenne and onion powder work well but I realize that this is pretty weaksauce dressing up.
Anybody here have any other suggestions? Meats? Vegetables?
That stuff at the bottom, the Nong Shim hot and spicy noodles are amazing. I've been broke lately, and decided to up my ramen game, bought a 4 pack and I can't stop eating it. Highly recommended if you're trying to up your game as well. I managed to find it in bum fuck nowhere Texas, so Im sure you can find some. It also comes in a round block which is pretty cool, and the veggies are nice.
Hey guys, I need American recipes.
This summer, I will be having a Japanese exchange student coming to stay at my house, and they want to try traditional American food. Please grace me with your gift of cooking
who /limes/ here? I squeeze limes into everything I drink I like them so much. They're best with tea, water, soda, orange juice, beer, and anything really. I also squeeze the juice all over my food. Limes limes limes limes limes I use so many limes.
What do you mean "dress up"? I just squeeze fresh limes into most things I drink, mostly ice water and unsweetened tea. I also like to squeeze them on some kinds of snacks such as tortilla chips, popcorn, cheetos, and stuff.
Ask a Tim Hortons employee anything.
>I'm the baker, so don't bother asking me cashier related questions