What's the best kind of non stick pan out there. What does /ck/ use? I heard ceramics are a bitch to maintain and teflon will fuck you up good.
they all work well for the first couple months. then they lose their slickness and food starts sticking.
even if i baby them by using low heat and soft wooden utensils.
just get a carbon steel pan and a can of cooking spray.
Any department store.
You don't want the cheapest one because you're better than that.
But you don't want the most expensive one either because you don't to want get ripped off.
So that just leaves the two options in the middle, and the more expensive of the two simply HAS to be better than the cheaper one, right?
Why is this even allowed?
Does this stuff have any nutritional value or is it all just water? Any point eating it?
Hey guys, I have a bunch of dried chickpeas I bought a while ago, that I've been meaning to cook, but I have no idea what to make. What are some good things I can make with chickpeas?
So far I tried soaking then frying them, turned out alright, but I want something that's more like a meal and less like a snack.
I made a really good soup once called Soupe Au Pistou. Start with a vegetable broth base and add stewed tomatoes, mirpoix, then the rehydrated chick peas. Let it simmer a bit. Then on the side you make a basic pesto in the food processor or blender: olive oil, garlic, shit ton of basil, pine nuts and/or walnuts, salt, and pepper. Add a little dollop of the pesto when you serve the soup.
I think you can also drizzle the dry peas with olive oil, then toss in whatever spices and herbs you like, then bake them until they get crunchy and eat them as a snack
does anyone else just sometimes not eat for 12 hours and sometimes up to a day at a time? like I won't even be that hungry and notice it's been 18 hours without eating anything
Reminder to buy bison meat and support North America's native species as a replacement for environmentally destructive and ill adapted cattle.
by adopting Bison as a core meat source we can not only restore the environment of the great plains (which have been devastated by foreign cattle) but also raise much larger/healthier meat for significantly cheaper as Bison are far more well adapted for free range living here
Just spent $600 on a blender after impulse buying... feeling a little guilty now. Should I return it?
I love a good home made veggie curry
okay /ck/, you've all got one main and a side, what are you having?
Does anyone else like pb&j dipped in tomato soup?
I grew up on this stuff, and I was shocked that it's practically unheard of compared to grilled cheese and tomato soup.
Challenge mode is trying to finish the entire bowl of tomato soup before finishing your pb&j. This usually leads to using the sandwich like a sponge, but the heat makes the jelly melt into the soup. Still yummy!
my pig white girlfriend from west virginia thought i was insane when i said i didnt want a peanut butter sandwich with my chili
wtf is it with flyovers and mixing shit that doesnt need to be mixed
Watermelons, cantaloupe and honeydew have to be the worst fucking fruits on earth.
How can anyone like these sugary sweet shits is beyond me.
I don't understand why watermelon is a popular fruit.
I can guarantee you if I went into my bathroom and ate my shower gel it would taste the same.
You definitely only had bad watermelon
Many people think that the red watermelon is best wich is bullshit, red is too ripe and it sacrifices the natural chunchyness of the watermelon for more sweetness, also it tastes slightly off
The perfect watermelon is sweet, juicy and crunchy wich is pretty hard to obtain and the center is the best part, remember to pick pink over red but not too pink either, eat it cold alone or in a fruit salad, cut it in big chunks
Underrated food states thread
Large ethnic enclaves, lots of farmland (called the garden state for a reason), old school italian food.
Most people just drive through the state's major throughway and watch a show about a resort town full of people from outside the state and think that gives them an informed view of the whole state.
What's the best store bought hummus /ck/?
What's the deal with the kale smoothie fad? Or I guess the juice cleanse fad in general. Should I start juicing my meals?
What's the point of this meme?
It's not cheaper than regular food, so you might as well just eat REGULAR FOOD
You know if you actually want to doubt debate something it's better to not use a strawman.
I never saw a soylent drone defend soylent on basis of it's cheapness. Maybe you could come up with an argument to disprove it's convenience or something.
It's pretty simple - some stripes of nerd (coders, engineers) work insane hours and don't give a fuck about what they eat. Some are even resentful that they have to stop working to obtain and consume food every so many hours. For these people a product like this just makes sense. But it's obviously not for everyone, or even most people.
What's the best donut? And why is it jelly-filled?
someday ill try pic related someday.... anyways they got some really tasty looking doughnuts on their website really want the 3's leches doughnut
what's for lunch /ck/?
<<maxwell style polish with jalapeno and cheese popcorn
What's some stuff where when you see people do it you know they aren't a good cook?
>Ketchup on almost anything
>Using mixed spice containers like "italian seasoning" instead of individually using oregano, thyme etc
Anyone here ever buy any As Seen on TV gimmicky cookware or any other stupid gadgets?
I'm not sure if it's the same as the slapchop, but I've got a small veggie dicer in the house. Good for mincing onions and garlic. Don't use it that much because it's buried behind a pile of shit in a cabinet
About to make a frozen pizza. Any tips?
I have nothing against vegans. I have nothing against vegetables. But there are limits. Celery is a cruel mockery of food. Smells like grass, tastes like bitter grass, and contributes nothing to the enjoyment of life.
But "Oh", you say, "it has zero calories! You can eat all you want!"
Eating absolutely none of it satisfies the latter condition. And in order to stomach it, you have to add something that actually HAS flavour to it such as cheese or peanut butter, which invalidates the first condition.
You know what I'd rather have than celery with cheese? Cheese.
You know what I'd rather have with celery with peanut butter? Peanut butter.
I don't want it in a salad where, at best, it provides a little crunch. Using fresh ingredients keeps a salad crunchy, and if you want to add more vegetal crunch, there's water chestnuts.
I don't want it in a soup where it serves merely as a placeholder where a real ingredient could have lived, like a bit of carrot, a pea, or a bit of chicken. Tossing something watery into something watery just makes the less watery thing more watery. Nasty.
And no, Dr. Brown, I don't want celery "flavour" in a soda. I'd try it once though out of pure horrific curiosity. I'm just not sure I'd actually waste money on the "privilege", since I've seen it in stores and have failed to try it so far.
I am so exceedingly ungrateful for celery, you can't even imagine.
Has anyone actually tried his recipes?
I made his lemon bars but its pretty hard to screw up lemon bars
this is THE best way to prepare salmon, period. You cannot get anything from a restaurant that tastes better.
His chicken tikka masala is absolutely restaurant quality and was the best tasting food I've ever made IMO.
Every single recipe of his I've ever tried has been good with the exception of his white bean chili which had no flavor.
>how healthy are you, how much water do you drink per day
>can only use it for a few things
How do you reheat 'za so that it doesn't lose all of its taste? And no "cold pizza is good" memeing in ITT please.
Does anyone here feed any children? Whether it be siblings, your own offspring, babysitting, whatever. If so, what do you feed them? Do they eat anything that's gross or that they don't like but that you feed them anyways?
My sister feeds her kids chicken nuggets and hot dogs. You know, developing palletts or whatnot, they just can't eat anything else. They go yuck or whatever. I don't get feeding them so much diverse food at that point, at least until they're like a teenager where they can appreciate those foods. But at that time they're...
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You'll be wrong.
This board is made up of aspie fucks who make 'jam' out of chips, poor students, irritating Asians, and me.
Instead of food, you should be giving your sister's kids a fat slap.
I'm fairly new to /ck having only really been lurking here for the past 5 months.
This board is weird because unlike other boards a lot of posters don't really know what they are on about (I'm a chef) or just post blatant rubbish.
Would it be a good idea if the board was split into two distinctive entities? One for pure cooking and the other for general discussion about food. This would allow people with a genuine interest in cooking (/ck/) to swap ideas and advice but also give the kids somewhere to talk about junk food and fast food outlets (/fo/).
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Lets say for the rest of your life you're only allowed ONE single topping on your pizza, not including the cheese and sauce obviously, what would you choose?
I think i'd choose onion
>Eww, anon! How could you eat something like that?
What's her name, /ck/? The food you love that everyone else abhors.
How do I get /fit/ if everyone is telling me to eat less carbs?
Literally all of south indian food is just rice in different forms. I can get my protein with dal, beans, and whey, but cutting carbs is a problem. what do?
Tfw you feel homesick if you don't eat rice and dal every other day
but really I'm not a big fan of other cuisines, especially since i'm vegetarian and most of the world's dishes are focused on meats.
i tried to find stuff about low carb rice variants but couldn't find much