Yo' Mexibros que onda pues? help a brother out?
This week I had some laborers working for me, I offered to buy them lunch one day from the truck and pretty much every single one of them ordered a "plato"
why order a plato when youre just going to make them into tacos anyways? Do you get more food with a plato? I dont get it? Any help?
Fucking morons, I like tacos, everyone has to like tacos. Why?
Because Im the boss.
Hasn't this meme already gone far enough???
What was meant by this? Could he be referring to Croatian rights via za slobodu hrvata? As Croatians have been mistreated by their serb neighbors to the extent that during WW2 Serbs allied with Nazi Germany and opened a death camp dedicated to Croatians.
Love this shit, can easily eat a whole fucking tub of it in one go
But besides eating it straight, in a sandwich or putting it on toast and having it with a bit of pepper, and sometimes a cheeky dab of mustard, what else can you really do with cottage cheese?
I dunno, I used to fucking love cottage cheese as a kid, but I kind of grew out of it for that reason. There's only so much congealed curds and whey you can eat before you get sick of it.
are beer cupcakes a meme?
So, /ck/. What's it like knowing your eating chemicals?
I have to live off rice for a few days. What do I cook with it?
Only rice? Or can you pick up some things to cook with it like eggs, scallions or other veggies, soy sauce?
If you want it more filling, you can always cook it with leftover stock or broth you have.
You can also make rice pudding.
Fuck these are spicy
yea those are the only actual spicy cheetos they make. I only get those ever so often cause they make my tummy a little upset. but I can eat the rest of hot cheeto family everyday with no problems.
Any frenchfags around here?
Where can I find cottage cheese around here?
Is this the same thing as "fromage blanc"?
My friend gave me a fuckton of lemons from his tree the other day. Other than lemonade, what can I make that uses a lot of lemons?
What are some good ways to learn to cook based on cuisine / ingredient / technique? Like a show or educational program that discusses them per item and the differences?
Alton Brown is great for young adults. Then ignore everything he says and listen to Gordon Ramsay. Then ignore most of what he says and listen to Kenji. You learn how shit works along the way.
If you're looking for cuisine specific knowledge cookbooks are still actually useful. Pick up a few dedicated to the specific cuisine you're interested in. Good ones will tell you which dishes are traditionally served together to make a meal.
tomatoes are 20 cents a pound right now
Is it a smart idea to buy loads of these now in hopes than I can then sell them for a higher price when one of them is in short supply and make a bunch of money?
Also we all agree Sizzling Salsa is better right?
What should i put on a totino's party pizza?
lets not fuck around here; in the world of low tier fast food hamburgers, burger king is the best by far
BK > wendys > mcdonalds > hardee's/carls jrs
i dont count culvers because it doesnt count as low tier
I just bought this cheese powder and have no idea what to do with it.
Yes, I'm aware of google dot com.
But how do you make yours.
Is it inherited down your family lineage?
And what to serve with those rice.
Let's talk about pork.
Specifically, who's had pork cheeks and whats the best way of preparing them?
Depends on how processed. You may have to flash-boil and scrape off the inner side. Then you can do whatever you want, braised and eaten whole, diced and fried into hash, or something along those lines. Sounds pretty collagen rich, and thus gelatin rich if you treat it right.
The face is the best part of every animal. I've been wanting to get a sheep's head, but I know my mom would shit if she saw it.
Anyway, pork is god. Pig face? For me, it's gotta be braised. Rosemary bundle, sofrito, about a cup of whey. Slather the cheeks in butter and crushed garlic, some salt and pepper, sear quickly. Brown spfrito in bacon fat in a Dutch oven, then throw in the rosemary and the cheeks and pour in the whey. Put it in a 250ish degree oven for like, 4+ hours.
pumpkin season has come motherfuckers. Have you taken advantage?
today is butternut squash soup for me, with greek yogurt and peanut butter, tomorrow is hokkaido pumpkin
What's your favorite 'musty' cheese?
Mine is gorgonzola
MY gf is hosting a brunch at her house tomorrow and I can't think of what I should make.
Name a better restaurant than McDonald's.
>protip : you can't
I haven't eaten at McDonald's in 5 years you little snot
Best luncheon meat right here!
So we can all agree this is the preferred ripeness level for bananas, correct?
For brekky, I'm heading down to the nearest McDonald's restaurant for a delicious Sausage and Egg McMuffin, golden, crisp Hash Browns and a hot, freshly brewed Expresso
It's pizza time
>go out for a nice meal
>the place is known for top notch local ingredients at the peak of seasonal perfection
>wine happens, it's great
>first course shows up, it's great
>second course materializes, it's great
>dessert appears and disappears, was great
>time for the espresso
>it's either lavazza, or some...
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Is it normal to find onions disgusting in most forms?
I used to work for a man who would eat white onions like apples. I was happily amazed to witness such a thing.
I've recently had the excellent fortune of having a tooth break. I'll be having it out pretty soon, but in the meantime (and for a little while after) my mouth is too damn sensitive to handle anything but lukewarm soup, and too fucked up to chew even the smallest chunk of whatever.
What're your favorite recipes for blended/pureed soup?
Sorry to hear about your tooth anon - I remember getting my wisdom teeth out (all 4 at once) and eating nothing but ramen and jello.
Bean soups are awesome though and easy to cook - here's my fave recipe
1) dice 1-2 onions, fry in a big pot until translucent
2) add in a can or two of Romano beans (any beans will work, I find Romano makes the soup creamier)
3) let beans and onions cook for a bit, add in a 1.5 cups water
4) finely chop celery and carrots, add to soup
5) bring to a boil, add in about 1.5 tbsp of chicken stock (or however much you...
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Is there any particular type of stock I should use with particular soups?
Hey /ck/ , my friends told me it's wrong to eat plain butter
I eat butter sticks now and then because I think they are tasty.
Is this normal?
Wait a minute butter shouldn't be considered food.
Nah, no bulking , just for an occasional snack you know?
I mean look at that tasty butter
You might have some kind of deficiency. I used to take small bites of butter sticks or cheese blocks from the fridge when I was a very young kid (4 or 5). Don't know if that was just me being weird or because I was underweight and needed the fat to grow.