What did you cook for yourself today /ck/?
Here is my breakfast for champions!For lazy champions that is:
You can't see them beer cans in that photo but you know that they are here.
is that a persian cucumber? don't peel those, the skin is very thin. english cucumbers should be peeled though. otherwise not bad, but i would add a bit of vinegar. and oregano. and black pepper.
>is that a persian cucumber? don't peel those, the skin is very thin. english cucumbers should be peeled though.
You should always peel cucumbers!Depending on what fertilizer was used to grow them the skin may contain some very nasty chemicals.
Made this monster for Christmas dinner. Beef shank slowly braised in beef stock, one bottle or red wine, carrots, celery, onions, garlic, sage, rosemary, thyme, and enough water to cover. 7 hours at 325 F. served with blender gravy and green beans, the family never had anything like it, and loved every bite of beef.
the shanks out of the pan
Dear /ck/ocks, please explain to me why yesterday's spaghetti tastes so fuckin good.
Looking for one, what brand/model will give me most bang for my buck.
Has there ever been a knife thread where the correct answer wasn't Tojiro?
What other utensil would you spend a decent amount of money on that even comes close to the importance of a good knife?
I have a couple great spatulas, and a solid assortment of ladles, but I'd never start a thread about them.
>tfw god tier measuring spoons
>bf insists on having red wine with chicken
How can I convince him that this is a bad idea?
But you're in the wrong here, m'lady
Listen to your man in the future, roast chicken and red wine is GOAT. I recommend an inexpensive blended wine from southern france.
/ck/ I need advice
I took a girl to a sushi buffet for our second date. It was all you can eat for $18.
She's pretty attractive. Short, petite, white. She kind of looks like Lexi Belle.
Anyway, she literally ate over 100 pieces of sashimi and it's grossing me out. They're listed on the receipt and she had:
25x Surf Clam
In addition to gyoza, pork cutlet, shu mai, edamame, udon, and ice cream.
I don't care about your girl issues, or gross, mainstream porn stars, but where do you live where you can eat all that for $18, and what all you can eat buffet lists everything you took on the receipt?
I'm on a quest to make the perfect cheese dip I need your help ck
Who else /royal dank/ here?
>with family at restaraunt
>O U LOOK LIKE A LIL KID LOL
thanks for saving me the tip, asshole
enjoy your zero dollars, keep your fucking mouth shut next tim
1. The person paying the bill decides what to tip, not you.
2. Looking young isn't a bad thing
3. Service staff never expect tips from people your age, because you are poor and it is assumed that you haven't learned any social graces
When you grow up, you'll look back with nostalgia on the times you got carded. I swear to god, youth is wasted on the young.
what do you guys think of my bbq roasted octopus tentacles??? i caught this 3 kilo bad boy yesterday
ok..im foreign..forgive me..i grilled it with olive oil flavored with garlic and lemon juice,,and sprinkled some oregano on it,,it was as soft as butter and really tasty..how do you like yours?
Chick-fil-a is removing their coleslaw from the menu, to make up for it they released the recipe. Pretty bro move really
Alright, so people who've ever worked in ANY restaurants kitchen, I'm wondering how they prepare their fries.
I was at a local restaurant and the waitress mentioned to me that most restaurants fry their french fries/chips in the same grease/oil with other foods including means and the like.
I wanted to know from other anons who have worked in a kitchen how much you've seen this in your experience at any kind of restaurant. I'm very curious how often it occurs. I'm a very strict vegetarian, so hearing about it kind of dissappointed me. Overall...
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I used to primarily work the fry station at a higher end brewpub type place for a little over a year.
There were three fryers and none of them were exclusively used for anything in particular; we'd throw whatever we needed into whichever one was available.
There was also one container of batter and one container of seasoned flour, so anything battered and floured (anything fried other than fries) was dipped or coated in something that had gotten raw chicken, shellfish, and all sorts of other shit.
People are mostly just worried about the oil because of allergies.
I present you a burger with 'cha, for hot taste.
You a re-heater or a cold slice eater?
Hey, /ck/, I amazingly received a kitchen aid stand mixer and a food processor for Christmas. What the fuck do I make?
1. You're a girl.
2. Macarons, you stupid girl. Even though it's 2016, you still think they're the second coming of jesus.
Seriously I don't know what it is with you girls and your dumb stand mixers. But hey, I guess us guys have our weeb knives, so there's that.