The abnormally warm winter is finally getting cold. I want to make chili and do not give me that shitty cringe thread chili as advice pls.
What constitutes a good chili to /ck/?
Gotta say rk beans, there's just something about that beany starchiness that really makes it. Sprinkle a bit of cheddar too, grind some fresh spices and puree some dried chilis.
Damn, I was gonna make burgers with my last 1/2lb of meat but now I'm thinking chili...
Good chili is whatever tastes good to you. It has so many variations, just make it according to your own taste. I like beans and corn in mine, chunky tomatoes and onions, plenty of heat from habaneros and jalapenos, and some cheddar and/ or pepperjack cheese. Corn chips are my choice for scooping it up with, but saltines work too.
Is there a way to get guacamoles to ripen faster? I've had them on the counter since the weekend, next to some other fruit, and they're currently brown but not soft like they should be.
I sort of need them by tomorrow evening.
these are the greatest chips in the world. all others can fuck off
Anon has found what closely resemble psilocybe mushrooms. However little brown mushrooms are very difficult to identify.
Anyone have any experience with identifying shrooms? (Technically food?)
I'm culinarily retarded, am I supposed to wash the rice before I cook it? Does washing make it less sticky?
Yes. Before or after cooking, as long as you wash it.
Yes, it's less sticky in a way, but doesn't inhibit the clumpy stickiness of properly cooked sticky rice if that's what you mean.
most people are retarded about rice. water, pressure, heat, time, and one of the most important and least talked about is how to cool it afterwards. the cooling makes all the difference in starch development, and it doesnt matter if you wash off powdered starch beforehand if your technique is poor and you dont know what you want
While i was cleaning squids, i found this squid's inside skin texture isn't slimy like others.
It felt rough, and theres tiny bubbles everywhere with strange smells. is this squid spoiled? i bought about 7 squids and 5 of them are like this...
Does /ck/ like mint chocolate chip ice cream?
I'm going to eat this whole pint of it!
Wings are easy, but how does one go about making spicy drumsticks where the spice is in the meat and not just the exterior.
I'm looking to make spicy fried chicken similar to Popeyes, but with a ton more kick.
I marinated a couple drumsticks in buttermilk for 24 hours, then added a hefty portion of pic related to the buttermilk, and am marinating for another 24 hours (I heard the acidic properties cut through the chicken which is why it comes out so tender)
For breading, I'll be using panko breadcrumbs with extra hot old bay, paprika, garlic/onion/chili powder,...
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Whats the stupidest/weirdest/regrettable thing you've done in a Restaurant or Diner?
Whenever me and my friend get a bad/snobby Waiter, we crumble up a bunch of tiny bread crumbs in the fancy napkins they give you, and bundle it up so when you unroll it, it just explodes bread everywhere.
Judge me all you want. Lets hear some shit.
Anyone have stories about failed copies of different cuisines?
I remember a while ago, someone on /ck/ told a story about how they had a neighbor or a relative that was stationed in Korea a long time ago. To this day, they made kimchi and rice. But instead, they just steamed cabbage, put it over shitty rice, and ate it with jalapeños. Anything else like this?
Bread is just a processed vegetable, isn't it
Is cereal a soup?
Okay, so the verdict is ITS ALL THE SAME FUCKING SHIT.
Why do they even bother. Is the American public so fucking stupid that they'd fall for these faggot marketing schemes? And why does the ground beef one cost more than the one made with chicken breast?
I'm thinking of going to Utah this year because it looks tits amazing. Is there anything good to eat there though? What do people in Utah like to eat?
Alright reddit, I can help you out. There are lots of pretty interesting places to eat. If you're there in the spring/summer (assuming you're going to go there for the outdoors) you can stop by Hell's Backbone Grill. They've got their own farm. In Salt Lake itself, there're a ton of places. Most of the mid/high-end stuff is going to be modern American. There are tons of <$10 places in the city from every ethnicity. Lots of pretty good Mexican. Check out the Red Iguana and their moles.