I would rather just drive to cookout and get a significantly better milkshake for a similar price.
I'm planning on trying to do a Chinese style hot pot at home for some friends from my class. I'm looking for some essentials and useful techniques. This hot pot meal is to impress my student council president btw. Please help me.
>I'm planning on trying to do a Chinese style hot pot at home for some friends from my class
>This hot pot meal is to impress my student council president btw. Please help me
Literally living an anime. Bring me into your world
Why do food advertisers think this looks good?
In reality when cheese does this you have to awkwardly gnash at the cheese cord for a few clumsy bites until you hit some voodoo magic sweet spot that allows you to continue eating as normal. It's bullshit and annoying, just like the commercials and still graphics that feature it.
is rice a vegetable?
are there really restaurants that use this battery acid sold as "sauce"?
>classic cheddar pierogies
>drizzled with melted butter
>topped with grinder sea salt
>serve with sour cream
10/10 poorfag food, and oh so delicious
Random Midwest thing, but since I've moved out of Ohio nobody knows pickled beet eggs and I fucking love them
so, im making a Tesis-like document that is more like a menu, i chose the "raw proteins" theme and i need 30 recipes in it
5 soups or creams
15 main courses
can you please give me some ideas for it?
Hey, /ck/, I don't visit here often, but I want to learn how to make some fried rice. For starters, I'm completely inept at cooking, but it seems like an easy enough dish to get me started. Can you guys help me make a fried rice that isn't a mushy mess? And how much sesame oil should I use if at all, because the last time I tried to make it all I could taste was the sesame oil with the saltiness from the soy sauce and it was an ugly "soy sauce on white rice" brown, not that delicious golden fried rice brown, so I had to chuck it in the garbage disposal.
First off, use day old rice from the fridge, or it will be mushy. Make a stir fry sauce (something sweet, something spicy, something salty, aeromatics). Scramble some eggs. Cut up, season/marinade, and fry up the protein in the wok. Throw in the vegetables. Rice and stir fry sauce. Eggs.
It's all in the technique. I made some delicious ass shit out of spam and frozen mixed vegetables.
Fuck, I knew I was missing something in the OP. I meant to add that I don't have a wok and I don't think it'd work the same on my electric range. Would some overnight Jasmine rice be fine to use? And should I just google for a stir fry sauce or are there some common recipes?
some1 here knows how to make this ethiopian spice mix?
>"Yes, but how would you like your pizza, sir?"
Anyone got a legit recipe to make Chipotle-tier rice?
I've gotten pretty close by adding vegetable oil and lime juice mixed with cilantro to white rice, but I wonder if anyone here has found the perfect mixture yet?
When I make cilantro lime rice, I usually heat up some oil in the pot, throw in a clove of minced garlic and let it cook for a a minute or so, dump in the rice and stir it around to let it brown a little bit, then dump in chicken stock and the zest of a lime, bring to a boil and then simmer it until done. Then I mix in some salt, pepper, the juice of the lime and some chopped cilantro right before serving.
No idea how it compares to Chipotle, but it's pretty tasty.
What's the deal with these? Are they mints, or are they just little crunchy candies?
They're completely irrelevant
They're supposed to be mints but it's better to just buy breath savers
I'm coming back from a trip to NZ and wanna bring some gin form duty free. What would /ck/ recommend? This is the duty free catalogue page. much appreciated.
(going back to Australia, so 2.25L is the limit)
aeliadutyfree dot aucklandairport dot co dot nz
Hi, /ck/. I'm going downstate to visit my girlfriend for the weekend, and the thing is, she still lives in a college residence hall and the dining options are absolute shithouse. It's all unhealthy and unsubstantial as fuck.
I want to bring some food down with me when I visit her, but because everyone who lives in her residence hall is an asshole, I can't bring anything that needs to be refrigerated or else it WILL be stolen.
So, /ck/, do you have any suggestions for healthy foods/meals that can just be kept out at room temperature, at least for...
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Reminder: If you need milk then UHT milk can be stored out of the fridge, though should be refridgerated after opening so I'd recommend buying a six pack of 250ml cartons and using up each carton. That's about a cup of milk.
Oats, rice, potatoes, capsicum (bell pepper), cucumbers. Those should keep out of the fridge for a few days if it's not summer.
Alright sandwich senpai what do you make your pb&j sandwiches with? What kind of bread? Creamy or crunchy peanut butter? Jam or jelly?
All of the fucking buzzfeed bullshit articles on upgrading pb&j sandwiches talk about different methods or preparation like grilling or turning them into god damn sushi rolls. But what ingredients can I ADD to make my pb&j truly next level?
Sandwich appreciation thread.