So this is a picture of an old fashioned in an old fashioned glass. But whenever I search for recipes and make them, i end up with only a tiny amount of drink. Even if I add a bunch of ice it still only fills about half the glass.
So what gives? This happens with practically every cocktail I try to make
Eating this. Does it look appetizing? Got these bowls for Christmas.
Anyone else eating a hodgepodge of leftovers now that Christmas weekend is coming to an end?
I've got pulled pork with cheese curds on Hawaiian sweet rolls, coleslaw, hummus, and avocado.
They were all sides/appetizers (almost everything from scratch), because that's all that's left, aside from both ham and turkey bones, which will be going into stock in the next day or two.
Cheese curds are under the hot pork, and melted after pic was taken.
I just found out how easy and cheap it is to make seitan compared to buying tofu and tempeh but I want to know how it is for health.
The macronutrients are great but is eating so much gluten detrimental to health? I understand the gluten free thing and sensitivity is a fad but does eating basically 100% gluten products very often bad for the body and cause inflammation? I can't really find any definitive research so I was wondering if /ck/ has any personal experience because I can imagine myself eating quite a bit of this because it is tasty and otherwise healthy.
Stop thinking so much. That is what is bad for your health.
Gluten isn't inherently bad for you. Frankly as long as you aren't eating 100% Seitan all the time you'll be fine. Same goes for Tofu.
Add cooked veggies, salads, etc. problem solved. Don't eat just one kind of thing all the time. You're an omnivore.
IF YOU LIKE PIZZA WITH ANYTHING OTHER THAN PEPPERONI OR CHEESE YOU DESERVE NOTTING BUT SUFFERING !!!11!!
Mom brought home some lipton green tea, apparently they just got it at the grocer.
What's the deal is it suppose to be so weak? The taste is less overpowering thank coke. Do I drink it with crackers or wontons or something?
Hey /ck/, I am a noob at cooking, but my girlfriend's a hobbyist. I thought about getting her a cast iron pan as she doesnt have one, but what kind should I be looking at? What should I look out for? Should it be a skillet or a cocotte?
What is your favorite morning alcoholic beverage? I drink either a screwdriver or a bloody mary.
/ck/ needs a little south in the mouth
My wife asked me to cook Christmas dinner. She wanted a stuffed roast chicken.
I asked her what sides, and she listed the ones in that picture. I asked, "Don't you want some vegetables?" and she replied, "OK, how about a can of green beans?"
We ordered Chinese food. Gonna give her some divorce papers soon.
>oh, son, you're home! I was just heading out to pick up some takeout for your mom and I. what would you like from Denny's?
I got a craving for Cassoulet
>that delicious duck and goose and pork and mutton and beef
>tenderly cooked in a clay pot
>next to open fire
>until the white beans melt and become a cream
Slow cooked stews, everything under 5 hours need not apply.
I got a shitload of habanero peppers for christmas as a joke gift, but I've no idea what to do with them anymore. I've made chili salt already, I froze a couple of them and I've preserved a couple in wodka. I'll also make some sambal tomorrow, but that'll only keep for a few weeks I think.
Any suggestions on what to do with the rest?
I'll start a thread about infographs, but I'm actually looking for an anon in particular that helped me out on Christmas with a cookie recipe then left a link to their other infographs.
I made the cookies and they turned out great, but my computer auto updated before I could grab the link.
So if you're out there, hey, lemme get that link.
Also Infograph thread.
Hey everyone. So for Christmas I got a few knives (a Santoku, paring, and a cleaver)
My question is, what is the Santoku for that my chef knife isn't? It has little pockets to allow air in so thing don't stick, but that's not a huge problem with my chef knife.
So what, if any, is the difference for this knife?
Which fast food restaurant including ones not included in this picture has the best barbecue sauce of them all?
Who the fuck even goes to all these places, I get going to one of them once in a while, but being able to rank the barbecue sauce at each of them is ridiculous
Like why would anyone ever go to Burger King?