The pho burrito. Yay ? Nay? I want to try it for the hell of it but I live on:sucka big ol dick Tejas.
Or any kind of beans for that matter. Can you share ideas or your favorite recipes? I'm planning to eat a lot of them while cutting.
Lima and butter beans are my favorite so I like to eat them just by themselves, and you can cook them just like you would a tough leafy green.
>pot of chicken stock with 2 tbs vinegar
>boil until tender
>add hot sauce to taste
WTF is wrong with this potato O_o
Should I eat it, or will I get bubonic plague or something from it? Cause I don't think this is normal.
Why are teacups small and dainty, but coffee mugs tall and thick? Is there a whole big white person explanation for the shapes like there are with wine glasses?
Side question, why do milk and orange juice taste better if you drink them from a mug rather than a glass?
Who are you?
What's the greatest bread in the world and why is it Challah?
I heard that they dont eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in Europe. what do they eat instead?
The microwave instructions say 6-7 minutes for a 1000 watt microwave.
There are no conventional oven instructions.
I'm a student and I'm planning to start cooking next semester
My question is, what sort of knife should I get? I want to save money and I don't have unlimited space, so I don't want to get an entire set. I was thinking just getting one or maybe two. Are there good multipurpose knives out there? Could a single knife potentially fulfil all your cooking needs? I will mostly be cooking simple, cheap vegetarian things. I won't be needing a cleaver, a serrated knife or anything like that. I don't want to spend much more than about £20
Get an 8 inch Forschner Chef Knife.
I like the wood handle ones but plastic is ok too.
They last a lifetime and the knife used most in a kitchen is the Chef Knife. 8 inch the most common size
>don't have space for a knife block
I've lived in some small ass apartments, but damn dude, that's a closet.
Either way, go for a chef's knife of some sort.
How are you staying healthy, /ck/? It really isn't that hard, is cheaper and makes everything 100x better.
>1-2 servings of fruit per day
>As many non-starchy vegetables as you like, especially kale, broccoli, onions and garlic
>plenty of black pepper, cumin and tumeric on everything
>Oats, quinoa, bulgur, potatoes for carbs
>Lean meats and dairy for protein
>Red/fatty meat, full fat dairy and eggs in moderation for micro nutrients and animal fats
>Nuts, dark chocolate, avocado, olives etc for fats
>fatty fish, look out for mercury
Pic related. One of the healthiest, cheapest foods around, you should eat four of these bad boys a week
Smoothies. It's a good way for your body to absorb green veggies.
>garlic and apple
Why do Italians pretend to like this?
how do i get the cheese to have brown spots on it like it does in delivery pizza when i make it homemade? also homemade pizza general
I have a question for you all you fags. Do you all use sugar when making a pasta sauce? Cause I do, and I got shit on by this qt Italian girl for it.
How can I get that cooking-for-days flavour at home in my hotdogs? Any way I can think will burn them eventually.