>Dennys chefs have a harder job then gourmet chefs
You go to a nice gourmet place the menu is usually limited. You go to dennys and they have to know how to cook steaks, pancakes and wings in like one order
It's OK, they're Mexican. If you give them instructions in espanol they are actually amazingly hard and diligent workers. Just don't ask them to learn english or come up with anything creative.
So I'm wanting to make some pot edibles. I've heard you mix it with melted butter for brownies, but that's all I've heard. Anyone have any tips on ratios or recipes? Much Appreciated!
Op, I don't think that's right. You're supposed to get the oil of the pot/thc out of the plant, make butter with the oil, THEN make whatever food. Hell, even toast. Not speaking from first hand experience though.
Please be safe, however you end up making it.
McDonald's makes the best breakfast, prove me wrong!
Are there really people afraid to eat runny egg yolks?
Carmelizing onions in a pressure cooker was floating around the Web in this article today: http://www.seriouseats.com/2016/01/the-food-lab-pressure-cooker-caramelized-onions-onion-soup.html.
Anyone ever do this? I finally learned how to properly carmelize but it takes so long that the pressure cooker seems like a great idea. I don't eat dairy so I also want to know if you think this would work with olive oil or coconut oil? I don't ever buy vegan butter just because I usually don't go for vegetarian substitutes but if need be I could try that.
If you have access to an independent butcher, fucking use him
I'm never going back to supermarket meat
I dunno, the independent meat places I've been to were subpar. I knew people that worked at them, they weren't unsanitary but the shops just seemed trashy. At least with supermarkets you know they keep it clean and upright to avoid bad press
I do and it's great stuff. Problem is that they specialize in bulk, so I can't just pop in and get a single filet or a smaller portion cut for days when it's just me. The yuppie grocery store sells individually packaged steaks, not to mention all the other things I usually need. So the butcher only gets my business around holidays/times when I'm planning to make a shitton of food.
>tfw no deep freezer because dat city apartment life
Agreed. I had this revelation a few months ago. Feels good trying new crazy stuff every weekend. They smoke and cure all their shit in house and it's all so good. Best corned beef I've had in my life. A little expensive for everyday protein needs but getting bacon and sausage and meat for the grill and cured meats and deli meat and duck fat is like an addiction. Guanciale changed my life.
What do you guys think of this apparent new trend in dessert of everyone making ridiculous milkshakes? Supposedly this is the new "cronut".
I personally love milkshakes but I'm always skeptical as to these over the top foods as often they look prettier than they look. Need to see if there's a place in my city that does them like pic related and try it out.
You can tellt his is a piece of shit trend because they're putting the shakes in Mason jars.
The way the top of the jar is shaped prevents you from being able to easily get the last bits of the shake out, including the delicious bits of whatever have sunk to the bottom. It's harder to get a spoon in there, the fluid sticks around the lip, and all in all it's just a piece of shit thing to do.
You'd have to be a pretty fat fuck to eat/drink a whole shake like that in one sitting.
It would never catch on with the health-conscious "in" crowd, and you just know one of those fuckers costs $10.
where will the chipotle junkies go to now
Is gin good to drink by itself? No tonic water, no mixers, no carbonated water - just gin. Is it good to drink? Also, any other good/decent brands besides Beefeater? Please don't recommend whiskey, as I won't touch the thing due to several reasons.
t.want to buy and drink something other than wine
Your favorite snack combo.
Bbq + garlic chips, coke and double nougat chocolate bar.
Peel and eat shrimp with cocktail sauce and lots of beer. I've tried to fill up on those shrimp a few times but it never works. I just keep eating and eating.
I have accumulated about a pint of bacon grease and I stand to gather nearly a half gallon from my backstock of frozen bacon.
Other than greasing my skillet for eggs and sauteing veggies what can I do with that much bacon grease?
>bring it to liquid state
>put it into glass bottles
>cork the top with rags
>light the top of the bottle
>throw it at the line of police officers impeding your freedom
>demand an end to the corruption
>clank with your brothers
What is /ck/'s go-to for comfort food? I want to see what you guys munch on when you're feeling down.
Pic is my contribution.
food picture thread
>implying you don't want a scone with jam and cream right now
I don't. I want an english muffin with preserves and butter
What is the worst restaurant experience you ever had and did you give any feedback?
I was served bad, not-fresh sushi few months ago at some shitty oriental hipster sushi bar.
The food was so bad that I proceeded to the bathroom with the menu and made a shit right on the centerfold, folded the menu and handed it over to some old people and told them to enjoy their meal.