I know pros can bang out 40-100 covers a night, maybe more. But what about the home cooks here? How many meals do you cook in a week?
And I mean actual cooking, not microwaving a frozen burrito or heating up a can of some shit.
For me it's probably 10-12 meals a week cooked at home. Lunch and dinner most days for two. Which means I cook pretty much everyday, twice a day most of the time.
How about you?
40-100 covers a night isn't even that many, I don't even work in that large of a restaurant and we still do over 200 on weekends.
Anyway... I cook most of the meals that I eat at home, although I usually just eat at work. Probably 6 meals a week, I mostly just cook so that my partner has something to eat in the morning before they go to work. I make large batches so I will eat some of the leftovers, but if I were alone I'd probably only cook about 2 meals a week and would just wait until I got to work to eat more often.
Depends on the weather. If the weather is nice, then I'm grilling or smoking three times a day. I've also got a propane burner for doing gumbos and fish fries. Otherwise, I'm probably going to eat out or do something simple like chili macaroni and eat the leftovers for 3-4 days.
>so that my partner
Kill yourself, faggot.
Any vegans here? I'm looking for new recipes.
People like you disgust me. I hope you die while being raped and tortured by a 350 pound sadist who likes sticking sticks of butter into your asshole as he rapes your other extremities.
Your answer? Fucking make some fucking Quinoa and add all the vegan faggot shit to it as you must. Better yet, just go to a field and tear the seeds off the plants like a fucking cow. It will be more 'nutritional' that way.
Get your head stuck into a barbed wire fence while the bull male rapes your behind, but it's OK because you were able to get to the no-pesticide vegan...
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I got a roughly 10lb boneless pit ham from work for Christmas. Any recomendations on how to go about cooking it?
If /ck/ had to eat one meal (1 protein, 1 carb/starch, 1 veggie) for the next month, what would it be? Your current food budget applies, no Wagyu for you in this hypothetical.
I'd do oven roasted chicken thighs with spicy sazon, scalloped potatoes, and roasted asparagus.
I got a blender for Christmas.
What are some of your favourite smoothie/shake recipes?
I'm snowed/iced in at the moment but I've got
Sliced strawberries (maybe about 2 cups of each)
Vanilla Ice Cream
Yogurt (probably 3 cups or so of that)
Your suggestions don't have to include these but if you can think of something to make in a blender using these ingredients it'd be neat.
Aside from that, blender ideas! Go!
Nice might mango esque smoothie:
1/2 cup of pineapple chunks
1 cup of mango chunks
Half a banana
I/2 cup of OJ
1/4 cup of apple juice
2 tbsp of sugar.
Lil bit of lemon if u want it ;)
And that's it, just blend it all and maybe use the liquify setting on your blender. It comes out super creamy without any dairy, and if your blender gets a lil caught, push the chunks toward the bottom. Good luck, I love you an respect you as a man ;) ;*
Going here in about 30 mintues. What should I get? I usually get the admirals feast but want to try something else.
I'm from metro Detroit so I don't eat there. It is exclusively for blacks. Every Dead Lobster restaurant around Detroit and its suburbs is only filled with black people. Even in white neighborhoods.
Wasn't sure whether to post here or >>>/trv/ but what do you take with you when cooking on the road? I'm shopping for portable stuff.
Any tips on what to look out for or how to save money? I assume stainless steel is the way to go material wise.
How does /ck do lunch?
do you guys make your lunch the night before, just use lefotvers, or make a big bulk at the beginning of the week for lunch?
Do you plan out your meals or just go with the flow?
I'm not a communist so I don't make my chow the night prior nor do I enslave myself to predetermined menus by plotting my meal plans in advance.
I love freedom of spontaneous choice. Last night or last week I may have had a hankering for tuna salad but at this very moment when I'm ready to dig in, I might want a greasy cheeseburger.
Pre-planning lunches may seem like an orderly behavior but it puts restrictions on your tastes and disallows you thorough enjoyment of a meal.
but doesn't that end up costing more money when you have to go get a cheeseburger at that second, rather than already having a tuna salad that you made at home ready for you? or is the price difference not that noticeable?
>putting ketchup on eggs
ITT: school/college food
Looking for a solid chili oil recipe.
Anyone here make theirs and can offer suggestions?
How the fuck do you pronounce the name of this Greek bullshit?
>texture is just as important as flavor
How do you justify your shit taste, /ck/?
does /ck/ know of any good stir-fry recipes?
I use a wok pretty often. I'm not going to list specific recipes, but my experience is that the wok has to be hot as hell and you have to be pretty generous with the oil (I like peanut) in order not to fuck up the stir fry. Vegetables that require a long cook are best blanched beforehand, because everything the goes down in the wok should take no longer than a few minutes.
This shit is a trend. Stop saying "ohhh i eat beans and rice". It is not good, it's not clever, and it's shit food. Stop pretending to be minimalist and cultural
Beans and rice are incredibly healthy, especially brown rice. If it's a trend, it's one that has lasted centuries. There are many variations of legumes and rice. You probably just don't know much beyond meat and potatoes.