How bad would it be if I ate a can of sardines a day mercury wise?
I love king oscar brand but they are expensive as fuck, is there any other brands that have cans for like $2?
What do you think would Gordon Ramsey say to my Chicken and eggplant served with a side of fries?
but I did cook.
He also always says to not over complicate meals.
what do I use this for?
I recently came into possession of several kilos of it.
You make about two hundred pounds of risotto.
I fell for the Japanese diet meme, /ck/.
Pic is my dinner. How'd I do?
I bought a kotatsu and a bunch of Japanese bowls/utensils to replicate the experience.
I'm going all in on this with my goal being 190 pounds from 240 by the time college starts again.
Why are Americans so bad at cooking?
>Ranch ranch ranch
>much unseasoned food
How do you use this?
make a sofrito
then you sprinkle it on like a pimp.
add a little some some
and do the do
shits good breh
I used to eat these because parents used to work a lot and my feeble minded 6-8 year old self liked colorful pudding and the massive amounts of sugar and salt. Moved on later to Hungry Man meals to ramen and Side Dishes rice/noodle meals. Eventually I learned to cook actual food and make soup to ration over the week in the beginning of high school, I think
I'm currently weaning myself away from a serious sodium addiction
Preserved lemons, co/ck/s
Anyone here make them? What do they taste like? What do they go with, apart from middle eastern dishes?
I made some and used them in a pasta dish. Found them to be a waste of time. Basically tasted like salty lemons, added no extra depth of flavor. I understand why they were used 100 years ago but now since refrigeration is a thing, I see no point.
girly bar drinks, mediterranean dishes like squid and octopus, also mixed with ginger garlic lemongrass as vinaigrette for uni is real good.
How do you store garlic and ginger?
Potatoes and onions?
Right now they're sitting on the bench but I'm interested in knowing if they'd be better inclosed in a container as my kitchen has a lot of natural light and worried mould spores might land on them and ruin them faster
Do you keep your fridge stocked with drinks?
What's the best way to make unsweetened iced tea?
Mainly make Chinese herbal teas, but had some from McDonald's the other day and it was pretty good, even greater as a whiskey chaser. So I bought a jug of tradewinds brand, and it tastes like dirty water.
How do you brew it at least as good as McDonald's? Also, what's up with theirs, it says that it contains salt, but do they also put artificial sweetener in there?
How does /ck/ like it's steak cooked?
Post Dutch recipes and cusine ITT
What was the most stale food you've ever eaten? What was the expiration date, and when did you eat it?
This shit is too sweet and too many calories for me. I also hate milk. I hate breakfast foods in general and only eat it for healthy poops.
I do like yogurt though, how do you think some whipped up yogurt and some All-bran mixed together would be?
I usually do plain green yogurt mixed with a handful of kashi go lean cereal, normally it gets really soggy with milk but it stays crunchy in the yogurt. It has a decent amount of fiber in it too.
I've had a tin of sardines laying in my pantry for ages
what the fuck should I make with it?
How does /ck/ get rid of the Lobster Butter stink?
Chefs will often talk about the fundamentals of french cooking, what are those fundamentals? How do I become intrinsically familiar with them?
French cuisine is regarded as the go-to, high mark of Western food because a couple people systematized and categorized the food, techniques, and how a kitchen should be run.
Does anyone on /ck/ homebrew? I don't come here all the time, but I have never seen a homebrewing thread. If so, what are you guys working on?
You may not use a calculator or a microwave to answer.
Let's say you've just cooked some spaghetti and don't have a sauce to eat it with. If I just put extra virgin olive oil on it with maybe some pepper would it taste good, /ck/?
Is it safe to boil water or cook food?
I have a glass siphon coffee pot and I need a flame to heat the water up in it. I have read you can't you use them on electric stove tops.
I bought pic related for $1. Is it safe to use?
This is ok but I'm curious, how much heavier are German knives and how do they do with thick stuff?
Watermelons aren't exactly that hard of a product to cut through, and most if not all knives should be able to cut through them; never mind japanese knives.
Was your knife perhaps dull? I see no other reasoning as to why this could happen
>Go to Italian ice/frozen custard place
>Order Orange Ice with Vanilla custard on top
>"oh boy, creamsicle time!"
>This isn't Orange
>That dumb bitched fucked up
>This is their sugar-free tangerine
>down the sink it goes
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>In grocery store
>buying disposable aluminum baking/casserole dishes
>Buy 2 get 1 free
>get three of them
>normally go through self-checkout
>but today miraculously there is no line for the regular checkout
>cashier only scans one of the disposable dishes
>so the Deal actually became "Buy 1 get 2 free"
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Hey /ck/, I need some help
My mother has some friends coming over tomorrow and wants to impress them. She can't cook though, and wants me to come over and make something.
What's some nice food that's not at all messy? I was thinking some tappas-like thing
>pic related: good representation of her friends
bonus points for low oil
cap full of avocado oil for stovetop popping
season with :
lemon juice, cumin, pepper flakes, salt and pepper
red pill me on new haven style "apizza"
Most people will tell you either Sally's, Modern, or Pepe's is the best, but everyone who lives in the city knows the best is actually De Legna
And yes New Haven style pizza is the best style in the country
t. New Haven resident
What did McDonalds mean by this?
Balanced on frying pan for scale.
>frying pan for scale.
you know frying pans come in different sizes, right?
also, I have seen what you have at the Asian supermarket, but honestly I don't know what it's called. I've never cooked with it myself.