Why do people make fun of me so much for putting shrimp on my pizza?
It was a sad night last night. :(
Congrats, you won mega millions outright!
Tell me your new eating habits.
Pretty much the same as now, but with higher quality ingredients? Also, if I don't have to work anymore, I'll probably start cooking just for the hell of it, so the quality would probably go from 'acceptable' to 'halfway decent'.
I'm trying to eat healthier. I'm cutting out fast food, beer, eating more vegetables and less bread, and less overall.
What can I eat for breakfast that will leave me full and satisfied
Finnish school food pics thread, Tuesday edition
We got some tasty meat, What other schools got?
I won the potato lottery today, needless to say, i didnt eat that one
I was kinda surprised that there really was some meat in it.
Free food can surprise you some times
Chipotle employee here, been working here for over a year and a half including a location change.
How does /ck/ feel about the ecoli thing that happened? I am honestly not too informed on what happened but if any one wants to know the changes we have been making in order to combat stuff I can answer away
I'd say it's about 25% New people/families who have no idea what they want, 25% regulars that the other employees are like "Customer!!! How ya been?", 25% people on their phone through the whole line and 25% people who barely speak English/their "translators"
What are these dark red blotches in this cut of beef?
Am I a dirty savage for not liking the rind on cheeses?
Is spinach the most misunderstood vegetable?
I have a pack of frozen spinach in my freezer and I'm about to cook with rice.
Normies only eat industrial waste with added salt and sugar, but many folks know better.
To toss the pasta with some of the sauce or not?
I come from a family that used to rinse noodles in water and add some oil to keep the noodles from sticking together. So needless to say, I did not have a strong culinary upbringing. But I notice that many restaurants and food pics do not toss their noodles in sauce to coat them.
Pic related... tossed noodles. Not looking to have my plating or food r8-ed, so if you feel the need to do so, go toss some salad instead.
Don't rinse the noodles. Quickly drain them and throw them in the sauce. You rinse off the starch when you rinse them. Makes it so the sauce doesn't stick to the pasta. Also, enjoy the barrage of shit flinging from europoors for doing everything wrong.
Just found this channel. I think I was searching how to catch crawfish. Pretty comfy channel.
Peas in guac is a fucking game changer. Whatever combinations did you shit on till you actually tried them?
- Srricha on ramen
- French fries with mayo
- Bread crumbs in hamburger
- Liquid smoke on some meats
- Ranch with pizza
The not so good
- Peas in carbonara
- Chicken and waffles
- Peanut butter and banana
- Salt on watermelon/honeydew/cantaloupe
what's your secret pasta sauce ingredient? Just made some pasta sauce and threw in brown sugar, it was pretty good.
Oh my bolognese sauce isn't a secret, but it's tedious as FUCK.
1. Oil, butter, soften diced carrot, onions, leek, mushrooms and garlic with salt and pepper.
2. Brown a pound of veal, a pound of beef, a pound of pork and 3/4 pound of pancetta.
3. Turn the heat down to medium/medium low, let the water content from the meat cook off, and let the meat cook in its fat. This should take easily half an hour.
4. Deglaze with white wine.
5. Add tomato puree. Let some more liquid cook off on medium.
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Sup /ck/, I'm new to cooking.
What's the most delicious and healthy way to cook my eggs?
Might go the Austin this summer so is Franklins bbq worth the 3 hour wait or are there other places in Austin to check out?
Keep in mind I dont care about the "experience" I just want really really good bbq.