How come macaroons (Coconut is GOAT btw) aren't more popular? I feel like these could easily become a memefood like cupcakes.
Whenever I do pic related the yolk always bursts when it lands after flipping. How do I fix this?
>muh induction has such precise temperature control
>still can't cook a simple egg without burning the fuck out of it
I heard it's illegal in Wisconsin to not serve apple pie with cheese.
What's up with that?
>opinion about food or drink that I find objectionable
I bought a carton of these things, but the sauce is pretty gross. Is there any way to make my own ramen seasoning?
a tbsp of this, or any of their flavors. I want to try their lobster base and their vegetarian beef flavor base.
Who /waffles/ here
I tried making waffles with my mom's iron yesterday, as a matter of fact. They came out pretty good, but cleanup is too much of a PITA (no removable plates). No wonder she never uses it. Anyway, I won't be doing that again any time soon.
When's the last time you had eggplant in a sandwich?
Pic related. Eggplant, roasted red pepper, and mozzarella on a pizza-like bread. So good.
I hated eggplant when I was a kid and I'm positive it's because my mom had no idea how to properly prepare it.
I ate eggplant this morning on a piece of bread - but it was roasted with spices, then puree'd with garlic, habanero, and olive oil.
Eggplant is just a sponge for what you cook it with, it's terrible on its own.
I bought half a duck from chinatown the other day, and it was fucking delicious. So now I have a bunch of fat and skin and bones and juice left over, and it's too tasty to throw away. Any advice on how to make soup out of it?
1. Make a stock first but leave the skin out to keep it from being too salty - you can recrisp the skin and add it back to the soup just before serving.
2. You'll want to skim the stock before turning into soup, otherwise it will be overwhelmingly fatty.
3. Ginger, banana peppers,and napa cabbage go well in roast duck soup. Don't even think about adding potatoes, more than a little bit of tomato, or any dairy.
I want some meme food; u got any?
Please help me get into Indian food.
Our main focus should be on the food, not the peoople.
Other countries try and copy it to no avail.
I for one love it.
Not that crappy Brit stuff, either.
Lay it on me, /ck/.
Out of all of the Indian food, which is the best?
Often I see people making fun of it, but I don't.
Olive oil is the most meme of all meme food/ingredients.
Canola/Corn oil is much more superior in every way, especially taste
I disagree. Canola oil tastes horrible due to the eucric acid content. They might have engineered it to be "low acid" compared to other kinds of rapeseed oil, but it's still not "NO acid".
Corn oil has a very neutral flavor. I agree it's good for general purpose use, but the whole point of EVOO is that it's flavorful, and thus good for dressings and sauces. Why on earth would you choose to replace a flavorful oil with a neutral one? That's just silly.
well, some recipes do benefit from using olive oil. i just recently bought some to use to make hummus. i used to take it for making salad dressing too. but somehow the taste got too overpoering over time and i now stick to sunflower
What was your elementary school lunch /ck/?
I regularly had a mayonnaise and cheese sandwich, funyons, and oreos.
I ate hot lunch from kindergarten to my senior year. Our district's food was actually pretty good.
What's is the best way to make some dough di pizzelioto italiano
>mfw mixing mustard and mayo to dip my crisps in
>goddamn americans are false flagging again
i wish hitler had won the war
• Don't produce OC;
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• 90% of animefags are newfags too;
• Make cancerous threads;
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Any real restaurant owners here? I got an inheritence and I'm thinking about opening a takeout italian place. I'm pretty familiar with restaurants because I'm 25 and have been working in a Wendy's and presviously an Arbies since I was 18. I haven't managed to crack management yet, but my supervisor is telling me if I keep it up I'll make assistant manager by 28, so I'm pumped but want to strike out on my own.
I'd serve mostly pizza, cheesebread, and maybe a pasta dish. So really I'm just asking is opening a small restaurant very profitable and a good idea for someone with a lot of business sense and kitchen experience?
It's probably one of the riskiest business ventures to enter. The rewards can be great but you're more likely to fail than succeed.
Based on your experience, I wouldn't suggest you touch the management at all, if it takes you 10 years to reach assistant manager you're going to flounder if you try to run a business.