Can you people recommend me something I could easily make and sell? I'm going through a rough time I need some extra money. Since I saw the Good Eats episode, I was thinking of maybe making some homemade energy bars. I don't know. Maybe you guys can give me some better ideas.
I can't speak for everyone, but I don't think I would buy homemade food from some random stranger.
Also energy bars are ridiculously cheap and I doubt you would profit much from it.
Might be better to try to sell actual labour, like landscaping or something.
me? i'd sell popcorn balls.
lie and say it's going towards a good cause, like a fishing trip for special needs kids. but it's really going towards a playstation 4.
are rainbow carrots just a meme or do they actually taste better? also what can i make with them. whenever i have carrots i always just end up having to eat them raw because i can never think of any other uses for them
Just bought pic related and was looking for some advice on how to season it. What seasonings would be best? I was thinking coriander, thyme and cumin to begin with. The problem is what if I'm using the pan in a recipe that doesn't call for these seasonings? Once the seasonings are baked in, there's nothing I can do about it, correct?
You've got a Teflon pan there so it'll be a little tougher to season it. I would start with a very course salt, rock salt works best here. Scrub the surface of the pan HARD with the salt. This will help break down the surface so other seasonings will stick better. From there I would use a mix of whole allspice and cloves, black pepper is also a must. Just dump the spices of your choice into the pan and scrub away like you did with the salt. If you notice any scratches in your pans surface this is what you...
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Post the foods you enjoy in the winter months, or just comfort food in general
A steak I made with some mashed potato, button mushrooms, broccoli and cauliflower, 4 peppercorn sauce. Savory as fuck.
I'll add another one. I over cooked the broccoli a bit so it was kind of mushy but still good!!
Stir fry with ramen!
I'm trying to live on a budget, and I was wondering what good, tasty food I could make that costs fuck all. I eat just about anything, so taste won't be an issue.
whole chickens, rice, and root vegetables are all you need
your options are limitless with those things
want to get a little cheffy too?
buy yourself a bag of flour, that opens you up to bread any time you want where a loaf costs under a dollar to make, really want to indulge a bit? crack an egg into that motherfucker and make pasta too
hell you don't even need the egg if you want asian style noodles, just flour, baking soda, and patience..however the azns add kansui, thats the secret ingredient no round eye is supposed to know about
Where I live, whole chicken is more expensive than the parts. It's pretty stupid to be honest, family. For the price of one whole chicken, I could get 3 Walmart chickens (when they get marked down to $2.49) and have some change left over.
OP, go to Wal Mart and see if they have any marked down rotisserie birds. They're an insane value, and they're ready to eat. If they're not $2.49, they're under $4 for sure.
Who has the best milkshake, /ck/?
ITT: Food establishments you wish were real
post you are dinner
im gonna be making a chili out of stuff i have in the house. do not feel like going out and i may be short a few ingredients. here's what im gonna use:
paprika, cumin, chili powder, cayanne pepper, some other spices
some rotel with green pepper/onion mix because i dont have any fresh onions
Post recipes,photos and meals from the h00d.
Post recipes. Preferably non grains that stray away from gluten and flours. More alternate forms that follow the paleo diet. Almond flour is one of those. I heard avocado bread is good. Reason why I ask is because I'm on this liver health diet kick.
You ignorant fucking faggot it's a protein why would you want to avoid fucking protein.
Why would you avoid carbs and protein - you fucking dildo hipster faggot.
Hey there /ck/ - @ the chinese buffet again. Ask Me Anything!! :^D
Is cooking brown rice worth the extra time and energy consumption (rice cooker) just for the sake of health? Is the difference in health really that significant?
doc says no more tomato... how fucked is your sandwich and salad prospects from here on out?
not to mention chipotle and other mexican.
How are some people unable to cook for themselves when a recipe literally tells you what to do step by step
Hey /ck/, how can I pimp my grilled cheese sandwich?
I'd start by posting whatever shitty grilled cheese you're already making, instead of some google image you've decided to call, "perfect".
Chances are you don't know how to make a basic grilled cheese, so start with that.