What type of Noodles is Masterrace and why is it Spirals?
Post your favourite teas, how you make them and why you drink it.
My favourite teas are Earl Grey and white tea, both delicious.
I also eat rice cooked with tea which is delicious, just boil it with some green tea, worthy as fuck.
was this your experience too? from bottom to top:
muh first culinary experience babby tier - Italian food, Chinese food, Japanese food
snack tier - french food, spanish food, american fast food
mid tier - swedish, norwegian, korean
high tier - Icelandic cuisine
connoisseur tier - Cambodian, Indonesian
absolute primacy aka "God" tier - English food (pic. related)
Anyone know this type of food? It called "Tört paszuly" and origin in Transylvania.
It's mashed white beans (similar bit to Hummus) and served with fried onion-sausage-paprika
I saw the first pic when you just had posted it and wondered where's the beans in there. So it's the mashed beans from second pic served with the fried sausage mix on top? Never heard of it but I'm actually thinking about making something like that now, I love mushy beans heh.
>still speaking Hungarian almost a century after you were relocated
Keep lying to yourself about still being in Hungary, you silly bozgor, being moved to Romania is the best thing that's happened to your ancestors.
Please explain. What's the story behind this meme drink? I saw the rasberry one today on an import shelf and grabbed it. It was okay, but I'm still looking for the green tea one since it seems everyone just talks about it.
Tastes breddy gud
The green tea one is the only good one tbhfam. And it's not *that* good, but as far as soft drinks go it's decent.
The rest of them taste like someone dumped a couple teaspoons of sugar into them, especially the fruit ones.
I bought a bunch of short ribs. What should I do with them
Steak and eggs for breakfast before a day >>>/out/.
Life is good.
Well, it's Monday. Back to work.
Post your depressing post-holiday breakfasts-at-work.
Here's what I got from the hospital cafeteria.
I love ketchup. I eat almost everything with it. Pizza, venison, rabbit, squirrel, chicken, turkey, pork, steak. You name it, I've got ketchup.
It's the 21st century; people have switched to using banana sauce now.
You should try this book. I found it at Kohl's.
I just made a meringue. What should a crap cook do with 5 egg yolks? If there's nothing interesting/easy I'll just omelet them.
I've bought some pic related from Lidl.
Did I fuck up? What would you do with it?
Braise it with a little butter, a cubed onion or shallots, 2-3 cloves and laurel, pepper, salt. It's a little tougher compared to pork, so I'd give it an extra 15-20 minutes time. Add mushrooms for the last 15 mins, preferably chanterelle and/or boletus but pretty much anything goes. Also a dash of wine and a little cream maybe. Serve with fettucine or equivalent egg noodles.
This is no joke. Let's see what you faggots know how to cook.
All hail to the new king of /ck/: Dennis!
Thanks anon for posting this.
Although I can't understand what he's saying, his work looks very professional and delicious!
One of his greatest works: Cucumber with ham and onions:
Anyone else like grilling out in the winter?
Yup. Just have to make sure you have a good windbreak. At least if you use a weber kettle grill like I do. Cold wind will tank your heat.
Not that it's been that bad here in Ohio. I didn't even get out the winter coat until last night.
Okay, so I got a pound of bierkäse (or weisslacker) for Christmas because I fucking love cheese and my family knows it.
I'd never sampled it before, so I opened it up, sliced a bit of it off, put it on a cracker and... found out that this is not a cheese to be eaten that way. Far too strong.
Trouble is, now I have no idea what to do with it. I have little to no experience with stinky cheeses and I cannot come up with any prep ideas just from its taste.
Any ideas, /ck/?