What was your favorite toothpaste? http://youtu.be/wxKPKO63Nu4
I liked this, I also remember some orange flavor crest paste but I don't remember the name
> With only 7 ingredients or less
start cooking any kind of pasta
put garlic and onions in pan
add minced meat when thats the right color
now add diced tomatoes and passata, maybe a bit of pesto
Hello /ck/, I'm visiting family for Christmas and we are heading to cheddars for lunch. Recommend me something to get.
If it's not too late and you like buffalo tendies you should try the buffalo chicken wrap or just buffalo tender basket appetizer. They make their ranch in house and it's the best.
I got the ribeye last time and it was surprisingly good. Broccoli cheese casserole and a caesar with one of those croissants for the sides
How dank of a cook is the president's personal chef?
Anyone live in NYC? What's your favorite pizza restaurant there?
What would you buy from these shelves, /ck/?
what the FUCK is wrong with the texture of this apple pie? what the fuck happened to McDonalds? used to be you could get good food there but now it's all shitty
I have a pound of ground turkey, what should I do with it to make it not so shit?
I see a lot of recipes (especially indian and Thai) that call for either "Red" or "Green" chilies. But there are so many varieties of peppers that I don't know what they mean.
So what are they talking about? Fresno and Serranos?
If the recipe doesn't specify the type beyond mentioning the colour, it was likely written by a Brit (or possibly someone from some other nation that's part of the Commonwealth). They typically mean cayenne peppers because those are the ones most commonly sold in the UK and other Commonwealth countries.
If you live in the US, they're not hard to find, but aren't typically called "cayenned peppers." Just look for ones that are long, about as thick as your thumb and end at a point. Those are likely to be cayennes. Otherwise, compare them to...
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Visiting my parents and they are STILL cooking on non-stick pans that are so worn they've been cooking on bare aluminium for over 20 years.
How do I convince them to get their act together, bearing in mind they are middle aged and stubborn and I've already told them about alzheimers ("something will get us eventually"), and how durable stainless steel is ("but things will stick to it!")
How to cook frozen mussels? Frozen is all I can get LOL flyover.
Pic related: my goat is starving. starving for the mussels
Bread and deep-fry, serve with tartar sauce. I do with with mussels that are getting old, I steam them in wine and seasonings, pick the meat, bread then in either beer batter or Panko and deep-fry then, it's good
I need ideas to cook stuff for New Year's Eve. It'll be 3-4 of us just playing games and watching movies, I'd like to make some tasty stuff instead of ordering Pizzas and/or fastfoods.
Yeah I'm looking for some dishes or snacks which are pizza tier in terms of casualness and sharing.
Skewers. Chop meat of your choice, sausage, bell pepper, onion, cherry tomato, mushroom, squash, et cetera. Marinate meats overnight. Soak bamboo skewers for 30 minutes, then impale treats on them. Brush on sauce. Stick in the oven on high temp for 10 minutes, or in the grill until done. Serve with a good dipping sauce, and a side of nachos and salsa.
There will always be a picky bitch in a group, but skewers bypass the problem by virtue of "if you don't like it, then set it aside and don't eat it".
Anyone else grill outside yesterday?
We had Christmas steak tips. They were awesome.
What's /ck/'s favorite burger place?
Broke was going to get Smirnoff, but saw that absolute is on special 1lt. Haven't had absolute before, decent?