I smell something good, /ck/.
What are you cooking right now?
Rice cakes stir-fried in sweet soy sauce with mushrooms, carrots, bell pepper, onion, garlic and spinach. After I saw this thread, I started to take some pics. This is the final thing. Sorry if the pic isn't very good or if the food looks bad. It had a great smell and tasted really rather nice.
Please give me your typical shopping list. I wanna learn how to shop because I usually always end up buying the same things and I'm sick of microwaveable pasta and doritos.
Thanks ! (budget is unlimited)
The majority of the items I've bought from the store in the past month.
>eggs (5 dozen - Yes, that many. I eat 4 every morning
>asparagus (~12 oz.)
>ranch style beans ( 2 cans)
>cilantro (1 bund.)
>basil (1 bund.)
>skirt steak (3 lb.)
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>ITT Post your favorite screw ups on restaurant signs and billboards
What's for dinner boys?
Here's mine nothing special but it gets the job done
I just ordered a bunch of ramen, a large order of fried rice, 2 humongous wontons, 12 pieces of gyoza, and a large order of steamed rice from a ramen place I live down the street from that does delivery.
>tfw that my only meal for my tues-weds weekend besides the ice cream I just ate
Annoyances with eating habits/food in general.
>People who eat all of one component of a dish before moving onto another component.
This is bad for two reasons. First, it means that you do not appreciate the combined flavours of the dish as intended. Secondly, it means that the person fails to appreciate that the best way to consume their least favourite component (i.e. a certain vegetable) is in small amounts in between mouthfuls of nicer components.
>Everyone knows this yes, but people who make no effort to not eat loudly/with their mouth open.
>People who eat a shared snack/food item very quickly, forcing you to eat too quickly or miss out on your share.
>Bad table manners in an adult. My Father is absolutely terrible. He eats SUPER quick, and then proceeds to do stupid shit with all the time he was to wait for others. This includes: Reaching across the table, grabbing some food with a fork/spoon, and putting it directly in his mouth (especially annoying when its a shared dessert where you may want more). Wiping up leftover sauce from his meal with his finger and (LOUDLY!) licking it off. Also prior/during eating: Serving himself some sauce from a jar and then taking a big spoonful at the end and putting it straight in his mouth. Eating loudly. To top this all off, he is incredibly impatient and will comically get agitated very quickly if he's sat down ready to eat and his wife is finishing something off in the kitchen, before racing through his food, causing him to wait several minutes for his wife.
The only thing I can commend him for is the rule of waiting for everyone to be served before starting to eat. Although this isn't entirely true as he can't help but sometimes pick at his meal and have a quick mouthful.
betcha ya been told how to eat tube steak and chocolate starfish before, ya nancy boy
New to /ck/ so sorry if I'm doing this wrong or if I'm on the wrong board
How do you cook fish to get the most nutrients out of it? Preferably in a budget friendly way, but I'll take what I can get. Trying to get fit and there's nothing on /fit/'s sticky about how to cook anything except vegetables.
Can't tell if sarcasm or serious, but I guess the question doesn't make a lot of sense. I'll go in depth a little
How do I cook fish in a way that isn't frying it, while keeping its nutritional value as high as I can?
p.s. sorry for the humongous image file, had no idea it was that big
why does this make everything better?
this is where i punch you in the face
seriously talk to me like that in public
i think im a nice guy most times but just say that shit to me one time to my face in the real world
talk to me about how i have shit taste in tomato sauces and literally we will see what happens
Not that guy, and i'm usually the last guy who tries to act like a food snob, but Frank's really is pretty shit-tier hot sauce.
You taste so much vinegar that you can't even enjoy the heat.
Get some Texas Pete or Cholula.
Times are hard.
Help a fellow in need, give me all you've got
has anyone had one of them dollar sliders
i had spicy beef and was p nice
i think im gonna go today and get a burrito
How in the dick are you suppose to work this stuff? I'm leaving it out covered by a cloth for 30 minutes (bought chilled not frozen), but I is still very tough to handle and wants to turn back into a ball. I strongly doubt its my dough, buy it from a local pizza joint of good quality.
Just keep going, yeast dough isn't like pastry dough. You only get a tiny bit of extra area each time you work it with a roller ... that's why they do the spinning in the air thing.
Hi, /ck/. I'm literally retarded when it comes to cooking. I want to season some raw ground beef in preparation for stuffing it into some jalapeños. I know fuck all about cooking and don't know what I should season this shit with or what else to toss in with the ground beef so that the peppers don't end up as just boring "jalapeños with some seasoned beef inside". Suggestions? I can't use cheese, unfortunately.
Really all you need is salt and pepper. Cumin and paprika would probably be nice too but honestly I don't see that as required.
Next time use pork sausage meat instead of ground beef. If your market doesn't sell it in bulk just buy a pack of italian sausages (or pork breakfast sausage) and remove the meat from the casing.
That sounds good. I think I'll try that, first.
I had some ground beef left over from when I bought a bunch of ingredients and my friend made us some meat loaf. Shit was delicious.
I'll try this some time, too, minus the frying. I'm mostly interested in the jalapeños because they're supposed to be good at banishing this fucking yeast from my kidneys. Shit's painful.
Post foods that have been completely ruined by this website.
So I just fucked up making bread, any experts care to weigh in?
It's too dense so I think I fucked up with the yeast, and this fucking electric oven has a heating element at the top only, so it's practically a glorified grill that burnt the top of the bread after ten mins of the half hour I was meant to leave it in for, so I flipped it upside down... disaster.
Sorry for going full Gordon Ramsey... the frustration is still strong. Any hints/tips would be appreciated, especially if anyone deals with an oven as crap.
I did when I saw what was happening, but I didn't even think. I just moved and I'm completely out of the habit of cooking (especially bread) so I just went about it like I ordinarily would.
Should the heating element being there not really be an issue then, or is it just going to kind of suck for baking do you think?
Can you make all the same recipes from a slow-cooker in a pressure cooker? Can you convert the cooking times, etc...
In theorie you could but in practice to get the same quality no you can not. It al has to do with the unfolding of proteins inside the meat. Doing it to fast will cause the strings of protein to rip, it will still be tender but it won't be able to keep as much moist making it dry. Slow cooking has a right in it's own and pressure cooking is just the lazy mans version.
>Can you make all the same recipes from a slow-cooker in a pressure cooker? Can you convert the cooking times, etc...
Yes. There is no exact conversion, but roughly speaking:
A pressure set at 15 psi cooker takes approx 1/3 the time compared to a traditional braise (simmering on the stove or in the oven). So if you had a stew recipe that said to simmer it for 3 hours then it would take about 1 hour in the pressure cooker.
A slow cooker on "low" takes roughly...
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I can't even find regular, good quality mugs on Amazon. Look at this junk...
Anyone order any mugs off Amazon that you find particularly nice? I have a bunch of oblong and odd shaped cups that are just kind of stupid (arts and craft store, storm trooper, Boston terrier mug) and I'm looking for something a little more traditional but can't find anything really nice just with the search here.
I would recommend just looking around your local supermarkets / Good Will-esque shops. The shipping cost of mugs generally doesn't make it worth it online unless you find something you really like.