Eating clean, but tasty. Hopefully...
Spinach salad with roasted red peppers, red onion and grape tomatoes, topped with seared chicken breast with salt pepper paprika and old bay, German while grain toast with crunchy Peter pan on top and water.
what's your favorite type of onion?
>grilled spring onion wit lemon
based chef Boyardee
Beefaroni TV Add 1966
I honestly don't know how you eat this shit. I've tried the beef ravioli and it was disgusting. The sauce especially was vile. There is just something incredibly off about this shit.
How far have you ever traveled just to try something out /ck/?
A place that has no menu options. Lunch and Dinner meals are what ever the head chef feels like making that day.
You come in, lunch might be fancy sandwich with a salad and drink. Then dinner will be a protein, starch, veggie, drink, and dessert. Lunch and Dinner prices never change. Alcohol drinks separate prices.
I'm thinking about a food cart/truck that sells piroshkis with different fillings. Maybe use more unconventional fillings including a vegetarian and dessert option. I'd like to open my town up to Eastern European food.
I want to age some beers. What kind of minifridge should I get for that? I want to keep it cheap. It does not to be very cold, as long as it can be set to go lower than 60 degrees.
It does not need to fit bombers either, I would be aging 12oz or 11.2oz bottles primarly. Trappist ales, Founders various stouts, things like that.
Any advice from experienced anons about beer cellaring would be great appreciated as well.
What's the best way to make popcorn for a movie night in?
Best if dieting: air popped + light butter + fine sea salt
Best for crispiness: 3qt dutch oven with corn oil or olive oil, about equal ratio. Sea salt and butter you melted or clarified.
Best (my favorite) savory option: dried ancho chilies cut into rings, toasted/crisped til smoking in a small nonstick with oil. Drizzle popcorn with oil, butter, lime zest and toss around with the chili rings, sea salt. Smoky+spicy+slightly sweet+salty+lime
So I currently have no molars in my mouth and am. In my second week of healing after dental implants. I won the fucking genetic lottery and my adult teeth never had enamel.
For the last week and a half I've been able to drink milk and and water and eat slightly warm soup, yogurt, pudding, mashed potatoes and cottage cheese. This shit sucks. There are a lot of soft sweet things i can eat but I'm having trouble coming up with savory stuff. I can only eat so much peanut butter or mashed potatoes.
Anyone have any recommendations? I currently have six crowned front...
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I don't really care for the texture of wilted piles of spinach. I have a whole bag that expires soon though. How do I use up a whole lot in one meal?
Hi guys! I want to do a juice fast for the following week (5 days only), however, I'm not sure what ingrediens I should get.. Currently I have the following in stock;
+ 4,5L store bought juice (the expensive, real deal. Not from concentrate, but pure fruits'n'vegs (I want to drink these in the morning; it's 5 bottles).
So, yea. I guess I'll need a lot of veggies? I'm 190cm and around 95kg btw, so I consume a bit.
What are you trying to accomplish? Juice fasts or diets aren't necessarily better than any other diet. It's just a convenient way to get your calories in. Might as well try soylent in that case.
Add in a lot of vegetables. People like kale, carrots and parsnips and things like that. Going on pure sugar isn't going to help you too much so you should add more starchy roots.
Just a cleansing desu m8.
Stuff on my buying-list would currently be; cucumber, carrots, kale and cellery. Is other types of kale than green good-tasting when juiced? White and red are cheap here.
I just got off a 2 week juice fast a week or so. If I was to say to buy something a lot of it's cucumbers because they give a lot of juice as well as celery.
What I usually had was a carrot and orange juice in the morning and then make two batches of that and save one for later and make a celery, cucumber, kale, lemon, ginger one for dinner. Should always follow the 20% fruits 80% vegetables rule unless you're not going for weight loss I guess.
I liked having juice with beets in it. Should check out reboot with joe for lots of good recipes I liked their butternut squash one and using sweet potatoes for your orange coloured juice has some tasty results, makes it a little thicker.
>Store-bought wings have to cook at 450 for 30 mins
>Putting them in at 420 because that's the max for my parchment paper
How long should I cook these for if i'm putting them in at lower heat. 40 mins?
Anyone got a good recipe for biscuits and gravy?
>ITT: Foods or drinks you have never tried whether on purpose or coincidentally
Purposefully: Bananas, peanut butter.
Coincidentally:Apple Juice My family loved Orange or Grape juice. As such I never drank Apple Juice and only just realized I never tried it because they thought it was disgusting. Going to buy some today or make my own. Not sure.
Rate my pasta
Sausage, peppers and broccoli
Opinions on shakshuka?
what should go in it, what spices, what toppings
should i kill myself
>Opinions on shakshuka?
>what should go in it, what spices, what toppings
>should i kill myself
As a base, I've used fresh or canned tomato, and I've done it with a puree and with diced. Just cook it down to get the consistency you want. I like to brown the shit out of onion, bell pepper, and garlic alike, before I add the tomato to cook down.
As for spices, I go with salt,...
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whatever floats around your fridge I´d say.
yesterday I made one with chorizo and eggplants, a couple of weeks ago with leftover roasted mutton an red bell peppers.
For herbs or spices, I´d say definitely chopped parsley, cumin if you´re in the mood, paprika, Oregano, marjoram,thyme,etc...
the only obligatory things for me are eggs and the tomato based Sauce.