who else here /foodprep/?
I never got around to posting this last week, and I've been lazy on the cooking side for this week.
So chocolate dipped coconut macaroons as a cook-along!
200g shredded unsweetened coconut
1/3 cup sugar
2 table spoon cornstarch
1/3 cup liquid egg whites (or, you know, regular egg whites)
90g of dark chocolate
Thanks for reading. it's not, however a very eventful recipe.
1. Pre-heat the oven to 350F.
Combine the sugar, cornstarch and coconut in a bowl.
I bought some tomatoes
What can I cool with them?
The South African Bunny Chow, or Curry Bunny, is a great hand food that gives you a new way to enjoy venison or any other ground meat. These are easy to make, keep well for days in the refrigerator, and are the hit of any party where served.
It's quite a mix in South Africa. There's heavy Dutch, English, and Indian influences as well as native tribal influences that vary by region. For as much as people will say that Las Vegas is dining paradise, South Africa makes Las Vegas look like a middle school cafeteria.
>tfw can't go grocery shopping until credit card bill resets wednesday because i already spent too much this month
who /makingitupastheygoalong/ here? Post some ghetto/improvised recipes you threw together when all you had was random ingredients.
guess what i'm making
I'm sorry to do this /ck/ but you don't have a sticky.
I finally have an apartment and have never cooked for myself properly before.
I want to eat healthily and become a good cook as a life skill from this point forward.
Where do I start, and what are some essential resources to help me?
Rate my crab legs
What are typical foods/snacks in Sport arenas around the world?
I've always wondered this.
I suppose it depends on the venue you're watching sports in where I live (New York) Yankee stadium has garbage food, but Washington Heights is right over the bridge so I can get some good chicken or soul food before/after the game.
At MSG for the Knicks or Rangers game I just get pizza on my way into the arena.
What do you eat while at sporting events? Is alcohol as staggeringly overpriced as it is here? $13-15 per beer is the average cost I pay...
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this thread gets posted on /sp/ pretty often and you will likely have more success there
I never had maple syrup so I bought a bottle today.
Now where do I use it?
Make pancakes, or waffles, or french toast, or something like that. That's what it's usually used for, just pour it all over your breakfast. You cold also look up a recipe for some baking using it or something.
Literally Reddit: The Food, please tell me you don't eat this anon.
How am i suppose to cook/eat this? There was no label so i have no idea if its ready to eat or if i have to cook it in some way.I have tried and the taste pretty much sucks. I think those are spinachs. Any help is appreciated
Post your favorite national dish
What do you like to dip french fries with?
Picked up some of these at my local market?
How should I cook them? Bear in mind I have very little experience cooking sea food in general