What does /ck/ think?
This. I have the E-book downloaded too.
I will say I don't believe their investigation that says it's okay to refrigerate tomatoes though:
Good enough. I got it for xmas, just making sure this is all nice and wonderful before I start cooking some shit. Hopefully y'all will see results in the next few weeks, also got some shiny ass wusthof knives with it.
Besides their very expensive meat, what do you like to buy at Costco? I'm talking like the cool packaged foods they have and shit like that
I've heard good things about Costco's alcohol offerings, but the only things I've ever bought there (family member has a membership) have been big sacks of flour for baking bread, and spinach. Otherwise their prices/offerings seem to be pretty much the same as what I can find at other grocery stores.
Pretty much only these. I got a freezer full of them. Then I buy canned diced tomatoes to make a sauce with and I'm set.
So you think Santa will like these Red & Green M&Ms, /ck/?
Best bread for a good creamy soup?
Should I marinate my steak, and if so, how?
pic related, it's a ribeye angus
I just quarter seasoned a fried egg, as follows:
NE: tarragon and smoked paprika
SE: thyme and oregano
SW: cayenne and cumin
NW: Salt and pepper
My favourite is thyme and oregano but i like the others too. I can alredy feel myself becoming a spicemaster.
Pic related. Everyone post your favpurite egg seasonings ITT!
A few days ago I saw the best cooking advice I've ever read on /ck/ and think it deserves a thread of its own
Here's what you're gonna do OP. Listen carefully because this is very important advice. Lots of people think cooking is all about complicated recipes, big cookbooks and arduous effort. Really it's more of an innate thing.
Learning to cook is much more simple, so pay close attention to what I'm going to say. Are you listening?
Fry an egg and experiment with various seasoning. This will give you an idea of what flavours go well...
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Your holiday reminder, that if you go out to eat at a restaurant today, you're denying someone else the opportunity to spend today with their family
What are you eating right now, /ck/?
WHAT IS OPEN TODAY?
I need food and beer, what stores are open today?
Eggnogg French Toast incoming
What're y'all eating today?
I got some fancy home made chocolate liquor for Christmas. What do I do with it?
Have you ever made something so bad not even your pet would eat it?
When one of my pets die, I stew it and serve it up to its replacement.
One time I got a dog that for some reason wouldn't eat the stewed cat I had made. So I shot it. I was so angry that I didn't get another one and don't own pets anymore.
Received a Calphalon stainless steel set for Christmas. How do I properly care for these so they don't look like shit after a few months?
Nake sure to let it cool completely before washing. Do not use steel wool. At most, use the abrasive side of the sponge. If there is some really stuck-on stuff pour in some water to fill the pot to about 1/3, then relentlessly boil while scraping the stuff with a nonmetallic utensil. Use Bar Keeper's Friend when you want to restore shine.
Never use metal cooking utensils in any of them. If anyone approaches your cookware with metal utensils, stab them with a knife, and explain that if you'd used a wooden spoon on them, it wouldn't have left a mark.
how to prepare this babay?
2.4lbs turkey breast.
Cut it in slices and roast it in a Pan or just put it in oven?
Also marinade or just salt n pepper?