Why do people buy white mushrooms when chestnut mushrooms exist?
Do you have a secret ingredient /ck/?
What is it and for which dish?
Who /meaddrinker/ here?
No, it's not a "we wuz vikings and sheit" thing, though I am Nordic. I just like the taste, unlike a sweet wine it never gets sickly sweet (for obvious reasons the sweetness is more like the difference between honey and sugar in your tea)
The drier variants do very well with hearty meals as well.
... like, mixed, or as accompanied drinks?
Indeed. I mean, the cheapest "dessert" wines aren't even truly wines, they're underfermented to get the sweetness and then alcohol is added to not make it weaker than light beer. Still, the sweetness you get with mead has a different character to it IMO.
>tfw you try to spread your margarine on the bread for grilled cheese but you end up tearing holes in it
Do you guys think it's just a passing fad or is it here to stay?
Even if it fades deep into obscurity, there will always be a few people who practice and evangelize it. And it's the kind of idea that can be independently discovered. I bet there have been people all around the world who have come up with the idea on their own. The idea of removing meat from a diet is an old one, and a few people will always take something to its extreme.
What's you preferred potato cut shape? Round? Rectangular? Hash browns?
Are these steaks safe to eat?
Today is their sellby date so apparently they shouldnt be bad but ive never had steak with such brown discoloration
Is this a meme? Moka coffee tastes like shit.
So what's the deal with airline food?
Space issues, cost-control issues to keep the cost of a plane ticket down, it has to be something that can be easily heated with no other significant preparation (at least for economy), your taste buds don't work the same in the air and thus your ability to taste food is muted, which leaves it feeling bland except for when they shock it with certain basic flavors.
Incidentally, tomato juice tastes better in the air than on the ground and many people who dislike it on the ground enjoy it while in flight. Get a can next time you fly.
what do you do with your meats/veggies in the fridge when they’re going to go bad soon?
total noob deep fry creme fraiche non-weaboo chicken hot garlic chef making bento meal lunch for mom.
Recently launched a kickstarter for a new line of caffeinated jelly beans. I wonder if they'll have a pumpkin spice latte flavor in the future? lol
He sold the Jelly Belly brand back in the 1980s, and they pretty much forced him to sign a non-competitive agreement that ended in 2000. Since then he's been trying to develop a new product.
He's got a documentary all about it called "Candyman: The David Klein Story"
I take frozen pizza that you're supposed to bake and either put it in the microwave or on a stovetop. I don't have an oven.
Am I going to get sick?
Everything on a pizza- albeit not the pizza itself- had to be precooked in virtually every imaginable scenario unless you had a really weird topping, so you should be fine.
That having been said, the texture probably leaves a lot to be desired.
Have any of you done homebrew beer before? How do you keep the temperature consistent? It's winter here and the heating's only on during the evening, but if I keep the bucket insulated during the day and warm in the evening would that be alright?
Right now it's sitting under my desk next to my PC as that's the only place that I know will be constantly a bit warm.