I want to take up brewing coffee. What appliances would I need?
Starting off, which grinder would you recommend?
A burr grinder, pick one within your budget with decent reviews. As for brewing, asking 10 different people on this board will probably get you 10 different answers.
Personally, I use an aeropress most of the time but I also have a french press for when I want to make more than one cup at a time.
vegan thread? vegan thread.
I'm vegetarian, but I want to be vegan. Currently I eat cereal with milk for breakfast. what's a good vegan breakfast? what do vegans eat cereal with?
Smoked bologna then grilled pickle+ onion We're does life get better?
R u trying say something?
Or just looking 4 cock 2 suck
Here take this
I used to eat bologna and cheese and mustard but i was 8 when i would eat bologna and cheese and mustard, now i am 22 and i do not eat meat except for salmon and shrimp but that is it, but those do not go well with mustard i think at least when they are on white bread, hahaha.
This lasagna very good
Why r they best?
Also liked there apps smoked fondu hell I like it all
Broke college student cooking thread. I have little to no money for food and need to go by with some cheap and easy recipes. Please no Mac n' Cheese.
Which sandwich would you rather have?
is it over guys?
>that over expansion
>that "local" astericks 6-8 months out of the year
>that poorly managed staff due to over expansion
corporate expansion/greed killed the mission style burrito for me :(
Who's your cookfu?
Where do you go to get good fish that can be used for sashimi/nigiri? I've never seen this shit in any supermarket. Also, what are considered good prices?
>Where do you go to get good fish
the local fishmonger you idiot
I go to a dedicated fish store
Price depends on what you want
Obviously otoro is going to cost more than salmon
How do you like your macaroni and cheese, /ck/?
What kind(s) of cheese do you like to use?
What other ingredients do you put into it?
Do you bake it, or just finish it on the stove?
Tell me all about your process.
I usually brown and break up some hot italian sausage, saute some chopped onion and sliced mushrooms in the sausage grease with some red pepper and oregano, make a roux add milk for bechamel, then cheese for a mornay. For cheese, I always grate up some extra sharp cheddar and some of whatever other kind of cheese I have around or feel like using. Sometimes swiss or gouda, sometimes jack, sometimes parmesan and/or romano, sometimes asiago, whatever. I mix everything together with some cooked pasta of whatever kind I feel like using, dump it all in a casserole dish, top with some...
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What are some romantic meals you cook for your woman?
i see the hamfisted way of holding western utensils dominant in rural areas with a majority white demographic than I do anywhere else.
prove me wrong.
I think its because rural areas are not known for commerce, military and education centers.
Do you eat leftovers for breakfast?
Whenever I've had people spend the night or have significant others who've I've been with long enough to wear we stop liking each other so much I have stopped trying and the ask what's for breakfast and I pull out last nights lentils and bulghar wheat or whatever they look disgusted and insist on breakfast food or a fruit or something.
I like a substantial meal that requires no prep on my part in the morning and this is what I always grew up doing. Is this out of the ordinary?
Nah, there's nothing wrong with this. We used to leftovers for breakfast all the time when I was growing up, and we would have breakfast for dinner quite often, too.
As an adult, I always get breakfast when I go to a diner, regardless of the time of day, and I still eat leftovers for breakfast on a regular basis.
When you think about it, only being able to eat certain foods at certain times of the day sounds like OCD or autism, but it's a common aspect of our culture.
Good deal, senpai. I know there's nothing wrong with it and I certainly don't care, but I was just wondering if it really was something that a lot of people avoid doing.
In my family, actually cooking breakfast foods was kind of a special occasion thing reserved for weekends. Mummy would also let us have cake for breakfast the day after birthdays.