Ok /ck/, I think I want to bake something sweet yet not too sweet for New Year's Eve, and I've never tried making brioche. Give me your culinary knowledge, how do I into brioche?
You'd better start soon, all the enrichment makes it harder for the yeast to work, so it takes a long time to rise. If you don't have a mixer it's gonna be a bit of a ballache kneading too.
So I'm going to Five Guys for the first time ever. What should I get?
How The Fudge (im on /ck/) did this happen? Pic related
For Christmas I made red and green pasta with grated cheese "snow". It's sun-dried tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and basil. It was pretty gross tbph. But I didn't want to waste it so I put it in a Tupperware and hoped someone else would eat it. No one did, so last night I tried it again and it was delicious. It just needed a couple days to set and let the flavors coalesce. Eating it cold helped it too.
What are some other foods that taste better days later? I'm curious about this phenomenon.
Yeah, I served it hot and it had garlic in in too, and the peppers tasted too sweet and didn't go with it. But last night everything came together better and the peppers were more mild and garlicy too. I'll make it again now, but in advance and eat it cold.
How is /ck/ planning to celebrate NYE?
who /TeaConnoisseur/ here?
So I've been around some states in america and some europe countries and I have to say that imo:
1) American burgers are worse than european. I expected something better. I thought mcdonalds in my country was just shitty but no, all mcdonalds are shit. The best burger I ate was in a local burger shop in Ireland.
2) KFC are shit in america. Yes there is a difference.
3) American pizza is a fatty mess full of grease.
Am I wrong? Do I have to go back to america again?
>ordering eggs cooked well done
>doesn't eat pizza crust
What other things do only little kids do?
Anybody here ever made sambals or other hot sauces?
I wanna make a very hot sauce for a friend of mine. Planning on using habaneros, rawits, scotch bonnets, jalapenos and chillies.
Can I also add some roasted fenegriek and cardemon?
>Can I also add some roasted fenegriek and cardemon?
Makes it more harissa flavored, and in my opinion limits the uses to enjoy it with every kind of meal.
Keep it simple and let the chilies be the stars.
I have and they've always turned out great. Here's a good cookbook for you, it's a base and has some history in it.
The Habanero Cookbook by Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach
My mom went and bought a family sized pack of fucking kale it's about to go bad . I don't know what to do with it.
It's only good in salads in small quantities and i've already made 2 batches of kale chips.
I'm making salmon with lemon dill sauce tonight how can I use this glorified green?
also post trend foods that trigger you ITT
Make soup. Search online for soup recipes using kale, tons of them.
>family sized pack of fucking kale it's about to go bad . I don't know what to do with it.
It cooks down. I think a giant bag of greens cooks down to like not even 2 cups.
Gumbo z'herbes is one idea. But what is this worth? $2? Stop stressing.
Hello, I have had nice holiday and it will last 10 days still. I bet all you guys missed me but 7.1.16 I promise post more finnish school food pics. But before that I tell you nice easy recipe What I did today!
Cut (christmas) ham, paprika and onion. Fry them on pan while you boil spaghetti. Mix those all and add cooking cream and seasonings, I added only pepper.
Thank you and we see on January:3
It's getting pretty wet and cold outdoors so I cooked up some Goulash on the wood burner.
You want a bowl, /ck/?
So I have been cooking with mushrooms a lot for a while. Do you have a good recipe?
I use them sauteed with pasta mostly.
Who here honestly drinks and uses skim milk and why?
If I actually do need skim milk for a recipe, due to its texture, I'll just mix a small amount of powdered milk into water. Certainly not paying for a jug of the shit.
I have a female friend who likes Skinny Russians (White Russian made with skim). I do this and she never notices the difference.
In my area, I could see the really poor people flocking to skim because it's like 50 cents cheaper per gallon than whole and 2%, probably because nobody wants it.
I tried it quite a while ago, for about two weeks, out of morbid curiosity. It wasn't worth it. It'll never be worth it.
if you cook something, can you cook it again?