What's your favorite local fast food joint? For me, it has to be Ronnie's Burgers.
What should I get tonight senpai?
What's (in your opinion) god tier food? I'll start
Here to discuss a broad spectrum of sandwiches.
>Toppings and sauce?
>Grilled or toasted?
Pic is a grilled cheese I made a while ago for another thread. White bread, butter, sharp cheddar, dijon, with an egg on top.
Why aren't you eating the key to success diet?
Because the only dieting keys to success are eating under your daily expenditure of energy, and hitting Macros that line up with your lifestyle.
A variety of foods will insure you get enough nutrients.
No more fad diets. Take it to /fit/ and read the fucking sticky.
Bought some ribeyes today. Intend to make them for dinner, but the problem is I don't have access to a grill.
How do I cook these fuckers up in a pan? Don't have cast iron so popping it in the oven is not a good idea with my shitty walmart pans.
If your oven can get to 500 degrees, put some kind of pan for drips on the lower level and put the steaks right on the rack like a grill. Some ovens I have done this and it works great. Others didn't get hot enough really and it didn't work so great.
What the fuck happened?
What is your favorite traditional American fare, /ck/?
Please post your favorite pancake recipe. it is dirt simple, but I am interested in enriching my offsprings tastbuds. my ingredients:
I have also experimented with baking powder, but noticed better rising with more whisking.
PRE-FAB SHIT IS NOT AVAILABLE HERE AND I DO NOT WANT TO USE IT!
I am interested in sweet pancake recipes, no need for precise weights,...
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1 c flour
1 T sugar
1/2 t. salt
1/2 t. baking soda
1 t. baking powder
1 c buttermilk
2 T melted butter
1/2 t. vanilla extract
This is my go to American style pancake. Barely mix the batter together, some lumps are ok. Tender thick fluffy buttermilk pancakes await.
We post delicious burgers.
Do you guys ever wonder if we might have been able to do a bit better with the hamburger? I see pulled pork in that, and instinctively I know it's an excellent idea. But as to the burger's actual construction, I feel like pulled pork would fall out very easily.
I wonder if buns would work better as a pouch.
I was using this handle holder thing to get my cast iron skillet out of the oven and it melted on there. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can get this shit off? Feels kinda like dried plastic.
Why has /ck/ gone to rat shit recently?
Shit posting is rife, full of weaboo animu faggots and it appears Youtube idiots are using it to shill their crappy shows 24/7.
Remember when we used to swap recipes, gave cooking advice and posted OC?
How can this be fixed?
I miss a lot of the posters from a few years back. I miss watching food show feeds all day with fellow cu/ck/s. I miss our cookbook a day advent calendar. I miss people asking a question and getting a dozen serious answers.
I even miss our tripfags.
>Remember when we used to swap recipes, gave cooking advice and posted OC?
Not so much. I've been here five years, and I remember pics of meals from shitty truckstops, quinky sauce, Chipotle shilling, arguments about whether bacon and Sriracha are memefoods and Anons calling anyone who drinks wine or doesn't like Kraft Dinner pretentious.
And endless discussions about fast food.
>Marinade doesn't have an acid
think ants (or other insects) would be included in our daily diet any time soon?
they're pretty nutritious
I honestly can't wait for a time when genetically modified ants are being farmed like we do other animals
I'm for it. I already feed my chickens soldier fly larva. Well. in season. It's 9 degrees F outside right now, and unless I want to heat the garage 24/7 the flies won't survive.
I've raised mealworms as well. Both are simple and cheap, and the mealworms are pretty tasty fried up with some onions and chilis. I usually just feed them to the chickens, but I was told they weren't bad, so I tried them.
The only thing you really need for the mealworms is 3 covered trays, some oats that work as food and bedding, and a moist vegetable of some type for water. I usually throw in a carrot.
We could get a lot of our protein from our own property if we would embrace the humble bug. That said, I'm not looking to eat that shit every day.
So /ck/how do I cook? I only know how to use a microwave, toaster and boil hot dogs and eggs. How do I learn how to make other foods from home?
Toaster is useless.
As for boiling hot dogs and eggs, bring water to a boil, and then literally boil any other food you want that requires boiling, it's the same thing, just not putting eggs or hot dogs in the hot water.
As for your microwave skills, buy frozen foods that require an oven, like pizza. Now there wont be a big flashy "READY IN 2 MINUTE" sign, but on the back it'l tell you the number to leave your oven on, and for how long. Wait that time and remove the food.
Well done you are ready for master chef.
You must first swallow an entire load of your own semen OP.
All the great chefs do this. For one can not truly taste food if one can not taste themselves, and tasting is 75% of the cooking process.