Name some unusual ingredients which aren't traditionally used in a dish but actually work really well.
I once added diced parsnips to a chilli con carne because I had them left over and hate wasting food. They add an amazing earthy sweetness which works perfectly and now they are a staple every time I make it.
I fucking love these hot dogs.
Are you a 'Bar-S' man?
I just discovered pic related, senpai. Cooked with milk and put some brown sugar, butter, and honey into it. I started weeping because of how fucking good it was.
Sorry kid, this is better
Pardon me, best soda coming through
You appear to have uploaded the wrong image. No worries fampai, I got you
Where would you rank different meats on a DnD style alignment chart?
Does anyone else here work in a local restaurant?
Can we share stories about this?
Do you have pictures by chance?
What's the atmosphere like in the place?
What's it like to work there, along with what kind of work you do there and what the rules are like?
Most importantly, what kind of food are you helping to make?
And remember, no Micky D's or Taco Bell stories. LOCAL stuff.
3.No why would I want to remember my shitty time
4.Prison meets tv drama meets bitchy basic white girls.
5.Shitty. double standards , bosses friends can do w.e..as per rules...w.e the bosses passively aggressively massed text to everyone, posted a sign on wall but never told anyone.
6.Baked goods as well as savory stuff.
>3.No why would I want to remember my shitty time
Sorry to hear that? I'm having a blast where I work.
>5.Shitty. double standards , bosses friends can do w.e..as per rules...w.e the bosses passively aggressively massed text to everyone, posted a sign on wall but never told anyone.
Well that's lame. People at my work actually communicate, it's pretty great and I think it makes everything work better.
Whenever I deep fry food, it ends up soaking lots of fat and tasting like shit.
How do I prevent food from soaking so much fat?
Does anybody else on /ck/ like eating peanut butter off of their hands?
Is it just me or are most pork bone broth-based ramen really salty?
Where do memes go when they die?
Mod are asleep
Post pictures of steaming hot butts
Unsolicited advice, but if I were to guess I'd say you're almost certainly not cooking them long enough. Lower the temperature of your smoker. We're talking 16-20 hours.
I'm very serious about barbecue, and set my alarm so I can wake up in the dead of night and check on the fire. Most people want to get the cooking time below 8 hours so they can start it in the morning and have it ready by dinner, and it just isn't the same. I refuse to finish it in the oven.
That is exactly what I do. I get in the mind set of waking up at 3am to throw it on the smoker by 4 but never actually go through with it so I shoot for 6 hours smoke time and 2 hour wrapped in foil.
I just started working a 10-9 shift at my job. Lunch is an hour at 2:00, but there's no real dinner to speak of, just a 15 minute break around 4:30 and 10 minutes around 7:00. So I need ideas for meals I can eat in under 5 minutes. Just quick things I can rush off to the break room, devour, and get back to work. Or barring that, some dinner shakes I could drink at my desk (snacks aren't allowed, but drinks are, though I'll have to check which one a shake falls under before trying this).
For Christmas I got a giant martini glass and a bottle of that Jack Daniels honey whiskey (From different people). So I made a new drink out of what else I had laying around. Pic related.
The result is delicious. Reminds me of a really nice restaurant I used to go to and get girly drinks (I think they used a lot of pineapple) what should I name it? It's got all the citrus flavors (lime, pineapple, orange) but the honey really softens it. It's yum.
Also tell me about drinks you've created.
It's getting cold. What's your favorite soups?
It really depends, I don't want to eat one thing 100% of the time.
New England Clam Chowdah is right up there, but then so are Thai soups. There are so many that it would be silly to have to pick just one.