Is rice still good if it has been in the fridge for 5 days? I've been hearing that it's dangerous to eat old rice, but is it just a meme?
Consider making a simple tuna salad with fresh tuna instead of canned
would the end result be a delicious tuna salad the canned variety could never compete with
or would it be exactly the same and I have just squandered an expensive ingredient when a cheap one would be sufficient?
Fuck that, if you're going to shill out for good tuna savor it. Do not dilute the experience with a bunch of bullshit. Learn how to cook well or how make sushi if you want to appreciate good tuna.
Hiya buddays, how often do you enjoy a PB&J?
about three times a week. it's hilarious forcing people at potbelly's to make it during a lunch-time rush. they have to go to a separate station and do so much cleaning after. i can feel their hatred towards me when i order, during the order, and after. sometimes i make it an elvis, just to make them even more angry to hunt down a banana.
I just tried the japanese ice coffee method.
I thought it would just be meme food, but this is a great cup of coffee. Doesn't taste at all like if you just let coffee cool down, or threw ice in it. Anyone know why this works, but chilling the coffee after brewing tastes like shit?
Is pink salt actually good, or is it a meme?
I recently made raspberry marshmallows using fresh raspberries (about 1/3 fruit volume before puffing), and they turned out great, the texture is alot smoother than commercial shit and if you toast them over the fire the roasted raspberry flavour is really really tasty.
Now I have ingredients to make either
Which should I do next?
You can suggest novel ideas but I won't be able to post results in a few hours...
How long does kimchi last?
I know it's fermented, but does it ever expire?
I've had a sealed package of kimchi (homemade) in my fridge for about 6 months, is it good still?
What does /ck/ think of Goya?
Fucking hate the section at my grocery store I stock for. It's the most slow selling shit in that aisle. That, and the El Mex brand that plagues that aisle as well.
But... I did buy a box of Goya seasoning for some chicken wingettes I fried up. It was actually some pretty good seasoning.
I'm ordering food tonight, what should I get? Chinese, pizza, kebab, Indian? What's your go to takeaway order?
>Horrible problems with reflux this week
>Haven't eaten since Friday
>I've been getting these horrible attacks of a squeezing feeling in my chest even when not eating
I'm going to the doctor Monday, but what the hell do I do in the meantime /ck/?
I have to take a proton pump inhibitor every day because of my GERD. I have a hiatal hernia. Trying to avoid throat cancer here.
I suggest you try the same OP. Take one in the morning 30 minutes before you eat. Of course, since tomorrow you see the doctor I'm sure he will have a solution.
If your stomach is going to hurt anyways you might as well get a Pizza Hut Big Box Dinner.
Who has the best buffet in Vegas?
Excalibur has, by far, the saddest array of restaurants on the strip. Take the escalator up from the casino level and you'll be met with the most depressing fucking thing in vegas.
Found this outside. Is this safe to eat?
What did you dinner today?
For me it was chicken with a lemon sauce made with mustard, honey, garlic and parsley and some rustic potatoes.
It was really good!
Of course I can, anon.
First I mix, for three people. it was like 2.2 lbs of chicken breast:
1 and 1/2 spoon of dijonn mustard
1 and 1/2 spoon of honey
the juice of one lemon (I used a lemon with a lot of juice, if you need it use two or three. Some lemons are pretty dry)
1 garlic clove
and you can add any seasoning that you like. I used a mix of cinnamon, ginger, and some other stuff that i can't remember now.
Then I mix it all with a hand mixer in a bowl and add it to the chicken cut in middle cubes. I put it in the fridge while i prepared the potatoes, like 20 minutes but you can marinate it the night before or even a few days.
After that, I cut some onions (I used one onion every 2/3 people. We were three some I used 2 middle onions), a garlic clove and some leek.
I took the chicken out of the fridge, put some olive oil in a hot pan and I sealed the chicken with a strong fire. Reserve the marinate for the sauce.
When the chicken is seal, remove it of the pan, add some olive oil again put the fire in middle and add the onions, the leek and the garlic glove. I used some white wine to remove all the things that the chicken left in the pan (I dont know how to said this in english but I'm sure that this action have a name) and then add what you use to marinate the chicken. When the onion is well done, add some flour. After this i just use hot water because i didnt have any broth, but you can use some chicken or vegetable broth and i stir it. Now you will see what is going to be the sauce. When all the flou r is dissolved add the chicken again and cook it until the sauce have a good consistency.
And thats all!
Pic is the chicken ready
I have 4 empty mason jars, what should I make in them? Hard mode: No sauerkraut.
How do I clean a non-stick pan without fucking up the nonstick surface?
There are soft bristle dish brushes, although I just use the cheapest natural bristle brushes (the round wooden ones) and they still seem to last for years. Mostly I just use water and wipe it out with a paper towel.
Would you eat this? Does it look tasty? It's Summer time.
Picked up around 10 lbs of boneless skinless chicken thighs on sale. Going to make 3 batches of pulled chicken but I am at a loss for cool seasoning/saucing ideas.
I've made buffalo, bbq, teriyaki, siracha brown sugar, updog, and just fuck-me-up spicy before.
What are some new ideas to keep it fresh?
someone outlaw these chobani cups right fucking now
they're WAY too damn good. but they're like a dollar a piece which is nuts
What does /ck/ think of these deals even if BK is objectively shit?
Who /wawa/ here?
What's your go-to hoagie?
Mine is a 10in. roll, roast beef, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, chipotle mayo sauce.
The best fast food burger is the Baconator
Anyone who disagrees is a Mcdonalds or Burger King shill
Does anyone have a definitive answer for this? Every article I read contradicts itself.
Then there's selenium. Some articles say it actually speeds up mercury poisoning.
I want to eat 2-3 cans daily on a diet but I'm afraid of killing myself.
>I want to eat 2-3 cans daily on a diet
what kind of diet is that
just go for canned salmon
mercury is in most saltwater fish so judge for yourself
pretty logical if fish producers lobby "safe to eat" articles and research
Most canned tuna is skipjack tuna. Skipjack tuna is a moderate mercury fish, however the levels can vary quite a bit. The FDA/USDA report a mean of 150 ppm for canned "light" tuna (which includes non-skipjack species), however tests in my European country have found mean levels of 50 ppm for canned skipjack tuna of various brands. 50 ppm means that you can eat one can of tuna per day and stay below the upper tolerable intake level for a typical adult male. 2 cans would be pushing it and 3 would be way over the limit. This all assumes no other fish is consumed and that...
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It's part of the diet. Not THE diet.
I can't stand salmon honestly. It makes me gag. But I love tuna. I'm fucked up. But there's so many conflicting opinions on what a safe amount of tuna to eat is.
This pisses me off
I thought this movie stunk. the food parts were annoying but the movie was just fucking lame in its own right. the "small guy makes it big" plot should've made it a sure fire feel good movie but it really missd the mark for me, idk why
maybe because jon favreau fucking sucked/his character was weirdly unlikeable
What do you eat when you're so utterly depressed you don't feel like eating anything?
In Toronto for the weekend, any good places to eat at if I want food I can't get outside Canada?
So, I've got a serious question...who invented the hipster meme of using mason jars as a drinking glass?
Pic not related, it is a drinking glass.
Hipsters are just taking everything that poor people have done since forever and making it "cool", since that $100k women's studies degree didn't work out. We used to reuse pickle jars and jam jars all the time.
Let's talk about Brisket. Specifically non-smoker recipes for Brisket.
Yes, I know smoking Brisket gives a better result, but not everyone has the time to use a smoker or the smoker.
So how do cook your Brisket? Dry Rub or Sauce for seasoning? Oven roasted or Braised?
Any good tips.
Also how long do you cook your Brisket for on a per weight basis?
What do you serve it with?
Please help I bought Brisket and I don't know how to cook it.
I've just signed up to this thread, just putting you all on notice that I'll be monitoring it for information as this topic interests me
I'll check on this thread when I get an email alert from Chinese moot that someone has replied
smokerless smoked brisket:
This is fuckin delicious.
Did this a while back when I first got my sous vide setup and served it with baked beans.
How big of a sin is it to put cream in spaghetti carbonara?
Made my girlfriend a flan for her birthday since that's her favorite desert. It came out great, everybody loves it.
Not sure what my point is, but here's a pic of my flan
Do you eat raw tomatoes on their own
Its a fucking vegetable, this meme needs to STOP