He doesn't wash his rice!
What do you like to do with your chicken /ck/?
>pic related, dinner for tonight.
Pasta carbona is superior to ostrich and beef.
How do I make sauces thicker? I like sauce a little burnt, because after I'm done cooking whatever I'm cooking, the dark caramelized bits are sweet and tangy. Is this considered bad cooking?
>STILL liking ostrich's meat
Beef is way superior
This. I never eat animals that designers haven't made just for my individual body.
Did you have to start a new thread?
This is as bad as YLYL threads in /b/.
>STILL liking beef
Ostrich's meat is way superior
Why is this ingredient so godly?
are all of them basically shit besides chef john and that italian laura?
The 3 best are:
Cooking With Dog
and of course the god of them all, Jack Scallifani. But he's on another level than everyone else, so he can't really be judged.
[spoiler]But really, the 3 I named are great, Jack needs to kill himself.
/ck/, how do you tell someone their cooking is shit, nicely? I'm sure all of you have eventually had to tell someone to stop, because they don't know what they are doing.
> 21, f, dating a 23 year old dude.
> We move in together.
> We're deciding who does what chores.
> He takes cooking since he loves it.
> Let him do it because while I can cook, it isn't my favorite thing on earth to do.
> Also, it doesn't hurt that he's grown up poor, like dumpster diving/stealing for food poor.
> So he's amazing at shopping on a budget.
> He manages 3 meals a day, on 150-200$/month, for both of us.
> Seems pretty decent.
> His cooking is terrible though. Just fucking terrible.
> Some of it is tolerable, but it's shit anyone can do, like slow cooker meals.
> Been tolerating and eating it because I don't feel comfortable complaining about food to a person who has nearly starved to death at certain points in his life.
However I can't take it anymore. I've decided to break it to him that his food sucks. I just don't know how.
I can post nightmare stories from his cooking methods if you'd like, in exchange for advice on helping me break it to him. Stories guaranteed to make you cringe and reevaluate your life. I just don't really know where to start. So request and I'll tell some tales while I figure out how to do this.
Please tell me I'm not the only one who gets infuriated when I see people do this at sushi restaurants. It completely fucks up the taste of the sushi, and don't even get me started on the faggots who wrap their sushi in ginger.
Wasabi is okay in small amounts, soy sauce is good as long as you don't drown it in wasabi, and sushi is pretty great in my opinion I can't help it if you're poor, and can't afford better quality sushi.
The most meh Japanese 'curry' rice I've ever had was miles better than the best Indian curry I've tasted.
On that topic, Asians can't seem to do pastries and bread right to save their lives. They've either got the crumb of underdone pound cake or taste like they've been marinaded in sugar. They're almost always appearance over taste.
>The most meh Japanese 'curry' rice I've ever had was miles better than the best Indian curry I've tasted.
This just means that you like Japanese rice more than you like curry to be honest famlee
I recently was linked a video of some very tasty looking bacon and cheese bombs which i want to try and make. However the recipe asks for biscuit dough (pilsbury grands in this case), and this is not something i can get hold of in the UK.
So can anyone give me a good simple mix for this dough?
The biscuit dough in your picture Brand? It comes in two types...flakyish kind of like croissant dough, or the southern style which is very similar to your scone recipe. The latter might have a bit of a yeast rise step.
Make biscuits. Cut in butter/shortening/lard into flour with baking soda in it, add dairy of choice (from buttermilk to cream), and roll out. Cut out. To make a flakier biscuit, you book the dough (fold and roll out mulitple times), such as you do for homemade croissants. This presses butter...
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soon shake shake burger come to korea
but many fucking buffing people say" shake shake is better than mcdonald " . them even eat many mcdonal they . they just eat fucking pig and chichken and beef miex patty burrger
i question to you really shake shake better than mcdonald?
Idk if this is a troll thread
I've never heard of shake shake but in America McDonalds is considered the lowest tier of fast food
Pretty much anything is going to have better burgers than McDonalds
That being said I get cravings for McDonalds occasionally
Do you mean Shake Shack?
Starting in NYC, it's the original style of flat griddle-cooked hamburger. Sort of a 5 Guys, or some of the old places like A&W, and mom and pop diners would make a short order kind of burger (no open flame).
Not much compares to McDonalds, however. It's paper-thin burgers pressed with onion bits as it cooks. The only comparable burgers were made much smaller, such as White Castle and Krystal burgers. Soft white bread mushy steamed buns, simple pickle, ketchup and dab...
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Hey /ck/, recently my sister came from England and while staying there she decided to go vegan. I don't have any prejudice against vegan food but what she made felt like it didn't have much flavor to it. She made what she called 'potato curry' which consists of potatoes, onion, coconut milk , garlic, chick peas and curry powder. Any suggestion on what she could add to the dish besides meat to give it substancial flavor.
Salt, fish sauce or soy sauce, some kind of chili peppers. Also, I'm guessing that the curry powder was just the generic supermarket curry powder. If so, learn how to make your own garam masala and use that instead.
When you're used to a good chunk of the flavor in your meals coming from animal products many vegan dishes will seem lacking in flavor. When I went vegan everything tasted like cardboard for two and a half weeks until my taste adjusted. There's a depth of flavor you get from animal products that's very hard to reproduce without them, which is the biggest reason I'm not full time vegan anymore. No reason to be black and white about it is my view. But not everyone shares that view.
'Sup, /ck/. I made some currywurst. What do you think?