Will I ever get used to the taste of coke zero?
What would Gordon Ramsey say to my Tuna, onion and kidney Bean monstrosity?
it's also very cheap (prices in eurobucks)
1 can of tuna 1.19
1 can of kidney beans 0.45
half a bag of noodles 0.25
can of diced tomatoes 0.39
2 onions no more than 0.20
2 slices of cheese 0.25
that makes about 2.73 euros for about 1500 HEALTHY calories.
he'd probably grab you by the neck and force your head into the boiling hot dish until your face melts off and you suffocate in the mix of your creatin mixed with your facial remains
I'd eat it though
What kind of condiments do you guys like on a burger?
If the main Anglo staple is potatoes, and the main Italian staple is pasta, what's the main French staple?
Metal or ceramic knives?
>The last instruction of the recipe is "enjoy!"
I came in 4th place in the last /ck/ challenge and included "enjoy" in every vertical I made.
Why are you on the food and cooking board if you have a problem with anons enjoying the food that they cook?
How do you prefer to eat the chicken of the sea, the elegant tuna fish?
so in a few months I'll be moving out out of my parents and losing the comfort of eating proper food for a while. Is there anything I could read about how to make food on a tight budget that would be both fulfilling and nutritious. Advice from anons is also highly appreciated. granted I know how to use kitchen tools so complexity isn't much of an issue.
Cook for multiple days.
You could take an eggplant, a zucchini, some bell peppers, carrots, onions, garlic, tomatoes, mushrooms, some minced meat, whatever you want, throw the things together, and eat for two, three, four days, depending on how much you made. Make rice (cheap as fuck) to go with it every day. This doesn't exceed 3€ per day, except if one of these ingredients is very expensive where you live.
You could try the same trick with a pasta sauce. Or with quite a lot of things actually.
Over time, I've put together a massive chart of the cost of foods per X calories, plus some info on macronutrients.
I recommend trying it out, it's a neat way to look at the things you eat.
For example, a day of half rice and half peanut butter would be almost a dollar.
Or, if I lived off of ketchup for one day it would cost me a little over seven dollars.
Or frozen spinach, which would cost me nearly forty dollars. Which is about 14 pounds of spinach, minus some water weight.
I'm drunk as fuck and going to taco belll
what do I order?
Nothing fuck that shit sty.
But if you must get something organic. Oh wait... It's all GMOs and animal products covered in udder puss....
>Mmm tastes like shit.
Wait til morning and go get some fresh ripe fruit. Its summer time, get some fucki g watermellon for christs sake.
order a taxi, shithead
my whole family was wiped out by a drunken driver last year
yes. either when i'm too busy to supervise a tender cut of meat or when i'm doing a big project.
my mum keeps all her meat/fish in the freezer so i usually take it straight from there, bag it and sous vide straight up for a precook before i do anything else.
Was she right?
Hey /ck/, do you have any recipe recommendations for a college student? I've been relying on pasta, oatmeals, burgers, and ham and cheese sandwiches for the past few months but it's getting tiring. I want to expand my diet while keeping it cheap. Any ideas?
Saw this in a specialty store this weekend. It was $8.
Has anybody had this? Is it worth it?
What's the taste like?
neckbeard shit, beloved by those who sperg over cast iron, pretend to enjoy rabbit/mead/hardtack, and just generally jizz over anything that they perceive to be "old" and therefore "better". shooter sandwiches, ploughman's lunches, and other relics of the past, real or, in many cases, imaginary
What are your favorite foods to gorge on in between meals?
Does /ck/ have any recommendations for a deep fryer for personal use?
I've been using a frydaddy jr. recently and it's basically just a bucket with a fill line on the inside that heats up to 350F (you almost never need any other temperature) when you plug it in, and has a handle and a lid so you can store the oil in it.
I like to deep fry far more than I should, and this thing is bare bones, all you really need. When I move I'll probably buy a full sized version, because the jr. is just about as big as it needs to be for two people.
I thought I should make a thread so that we could all stop and appreciate the best thing that's happened to dishwashing since women in the kitchen.
10/10 item. I prefer these
It's that time of the year when garden stuff is ready to eat, show off your produce, or local farmers market finds i'll start off with some delicious green beans
I hate summer. I hate eating while I am so hot. What do you eat and drink in the summer anon? How is your summer diet different from your winter diet? Please york peppermint patty mountain save me.
Breakfast I have a fruit and vegetable smoothie. Green tea, berries, spinach, etc.
Lunch I eat cold meats. I pack cubes of cheese, salami or other deli meat, crackers.
Dinner I'll have a salad, or something I can throw in the crockpot so I don't have to use the oven or stove.
Hey /ck/, I'm going to a steakhouse tonight and I know everyone talks about the doneness of their steaks but I also think it's important to know what doneness to get for different cuts.
I've gotten a prime rib before and I asked for it to be rare and it was disgusting just chewing on uncooked fat and meat for that long. I later learned that for prime rib it's best to get it medium.
So what doneness do you guys recommend for porterhouse or other cuts of meat?
Who /homemadeburgers/ here?
Is dairy queen food good
By good I mean, better than mcdicks and taco bell
Best pizza your country produces.
What's /ck/'s favorite BBQ sauce?
I bought this one a while ago and it's pretty good.
I had this for the first time today and it was shit. It didn't taste good at all. Other vinegar chili sauces like tabasco or nando's peri peri taste much better
Why do people like soft tacos? They're just shitty burritos.
Did you mean smaller? That's the only difference between burritos and soft tacos that I can determine and it wouldn't surprise me if soft tacos were just pushed in the place of burritos as a cost cutting measure for the producers.
First time living alone, what do I cook?
So far I've tried:
-Rice, ground beef, and broccoli slop with spicy chinese seasoning. It went into the garbage can
-Bagel and cheese sandwich
Give me some easy fucking retard mode cooking shit to do that ends up tasting good. Just fucking damn man I miss my mommy cooking for me, dad, and siblings, lol
Off to McDonald's for tonight
eggs are a good place to start. scrambled, fried, hard-boiled. and if you fuck it up, eggs are cheap so not much lost.
in fact, many traditional breakfast foods are pretty simple and easy. pancakes, french toast come to mind.
The guy in front of me just ordered over $50 in taco bell. How long of a wait am I in for /ck/?
Need a French Press recommendation, there's too damn many.
I don't get autistic about my coffee but I don't want some plastic shit that'll break in a year. Money's tight so I'll go with something in the $10-30.
Simple, aesthetic, sold practically everywhere.
Bodum is fine. I don't like the new "brazil" model.. works fine and is probably just as reliable, but I find it harder to clean.
Basically just don't cheap out. What you want is something with a good fine mesh and a solid spring/good fit. If the mesh can't be replaces it's probably shit. The cheaper ones have weaker springs or little gaps that let grounds through.
Really though, a french press is pretty simple, and if you spend at least $30 on it, you're probably fine.
just whipped myself up a snack. what do you think?
What do you guys make when you don't have any meat laying around, but still want a filling meal?
I feel like the only things I actually cook are always meat based, and I never do anything outside of that. I hate having to thaw out protein for every meal.