first time ever posting on /ck/
I have recently become interested in purchasing a sous vide cooker. Can you guys give me some suggestions with what brand/model to get as well as other materials (container/vacuum, plastic bags if not any will do, etc).
My budget is roughly $200 I can go a little over if I need to.
I plan on getting a blow torch as well but that is not included in the 200 budget as I will probably get that with the next paycheck or something. When that time comes, what is a good blow torch if any in the $20 range?
thanks for any and all help
Does anyone else feel erotic when peeling and eating oranges?
I have 5 lbs of peeled garlic cloves. What should I do with them?
I just bought 136 ounces of the best hot sauce/condiment known to man. What can I make with it besides just putting it on top of things?
Hey /ck/, what did you eat today?
Half a bagel with a little cream cheese + orange juice
Balsamic chicken salad from panera
Pulled pork sandwich and corn
>new Samsung fridge has three cameras inside the fridge
>you can use smartphone to look inside your fridge to see what's inside, what's past expiration date, etc.
Would you find this useful?
What hooch do you like to compliment your 'za and get that awesome umami flavor?
Hey guys. New Years res' was to loose weight. Give me some cheap recipes/things everyone should probably have to cook so I can loose this.
Pic related 6'2 and 270 pounds.
>put water into ice cube trays
>place in freezer for 2-4 hours
>add ice cubes to microwave safe container
>fill to the top with water
>microwave on high for 3-5 minutes
>let steam for an additional two minutes
>leave uncovered for 45 minutes to cool to room temperature
>cover and place in refrigerator overnight
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Do you ever do custom orders at restaurants, /ck/?
How does the staff feel about it?
I went to a diner for lunch today. I've been there probably a hundred times and have had just about everything on the menu, and I wanted something particular, so I improvised.
I ordered hashbrowns topped with
then covered in chili and cheese, run through the salamander, and threw a fried egg on top.
It was the best goddamn thing I've ever eaten.
These videos kill my soul a little bit.
Has anyone ever noticed the 'E' on the bottom of a Ferraro Rocher? What does it mean?
Do you eat insects /ck/?
What do they taste like?
I used to eat ants when I was little. They didn't taste much like anything. of course I was only eating one at a time. I had heard somewhere that there were ants that tasted like honey so I started eating ants.
>occasionally venture off /ck/ to hunt down food food/cooking related images
>randomly post something saved years ago, for the first time, at three in the morning
>come back to /ck/ at night and see that it's already been reposted
>after being saved from a repost on /a/
It could be a coincidence, but it's a little surreal.
Which one is the best /ck/?
Give me a better food than ham pickle. Pro tip you can't
Me and some friends are gonna have some scotch and charcuterie this weekend.
What meats, cheeses, and extras should I get?
Fuck, can I come? I was just thinking about how much I wanted some of that.
I think the general suggestion tends to be having mild, younger cheeses with the punchier whiskies like the island ones and aged, sharp cheeses with the lighter ones like the highlands so they contrast. Also to avoid really salty stuff because it can overpower the whisky.
Some bread to clear your palate and a bottle or two of water helps. Supposedly nuts are good with peaty whiskies, maybe peanut brittle if you want to make something yourself. Dark chocolate is nice as a sort of dessert.
We're getting some Islay Scotch like Glenfiddich and Laguvulin. Think one of my bros is bringing Ardberg.
Yea I was thinking come creamy bries for cheese and some gouda since it's smoky. I might have to add some cheddar too.
Should I really avoid salty stuff though? Salami and prosciutto tends to be salty.