ITT: we try foods with/without rice and rate them. I'll start:
Spam (fried): 3/10
Spam (fried) with rice: 5/10
So after hating mushrooms for most of my life I'm finally accepting them as our neutral flavored fungal overlords that can take on the flavour of whatever you cook them in. But what's something that I can cook that will make me say "fuck yeah I love me some mushrooms"?
Melt some butter in a pan, throw in some mushroom slices and salt generously. Then cook over medium heat for about half an hour.
The mushrooms are gonna lose most of their moisture, and also most of their weird texture that puts some people off. They'll basically consense down to half the size, but ten times the flavor of their original selves. Season those with pepper and thyme or something and just eat them on bread, on pizza, or whatever.
That's how you really get around to liking mushroom flavor....
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I usually do a mix of worcestershire sauce and soy sauce with black pepper, do it on high heat and sautee them so they get tender and the moisture cooks out of them. They're great with steak.
I am going to a potluck and i need some unusual swedish dishes to bring there
Pizza thread whats a good pizza
What things have you discovered that shouldn't work, but do?
I recently tried slicing up a banana and putting it in with my salmon while I fry it.
Good god this is amazing. The salmon has a light banana flavor to it, the banana has a light salmon flavor to it, and the a small amount of smoked cheese complements both of these parts well.
I wouldn't want anybody in real life to know I tried this though.
>the banana has a light salmon flavor to it,
Sounds like it could be good, but where does the cheese come in?
I like fish and fruit together, in certain combinations, and I can see how fried bananas would be good on grilled or broiled salmon, but I don't know that I'd do it the same way as you did.
Lunch /ck/, you?
You say Food Network I say ChefSteps!
You say Joy of Cooking I say Modernist Cuisine!
You say Allrecipes I say SeriousEats
You say strawberry ice cream I say centrifuged strawberry gel
You say broiled steak I say cryo-fried filet
You say Crock Pot, I SCREAM sous vide.
98% of cooks are still cooking the old busted way. Repost this if you're a true modernist.
>Irregular jelly beans
That shouldn't have made me laugh as hard as it did.
Curry Bread (Curry Donuts)
>go to fast food place
>girl working the drive thru remembers you
>all you want is that fucking burger
>you are forced into mind numbing pointless small talk
and I barely eat fast food maybe once a week
Being well known at a food joint is pretty dope if it's not in lame setting. Nothing's better than a warm welcome and a "will it be the regular?" It sounds like a corny tv sit com.
On the other hand, bring pegged a fast food regular can be pretty demeaning
who is your cooking waifu (or husbando)?
julia collin-davison is a goddess
Monica Bellucci with a passion for cooking (and eating).
Hey grapefags, how you enjoying your shitty fruit? I'll be over here eating my delicious apple.
Qt remembered me on pizza day at her work and brought me this wonderful elixir of flavor.
McDonald's bundt cakes. Tried two of these. Incredibly strong chemical taste bonded to my tongue. Brushed and gargled with Listerine and the taste is STILL THERE.
AVOID THESE THINGS LIKE THE PLAGUE. Suitable only for lawyers and ex-wives!
Real fuckin' nice ad, Ronaldo
I'm about to head off to the grocery store, but I have I no idea what to get. I don't have an oven, but I do have a hot plate and refrigerator.
Rice, butter, cheese and eggs.
you can make risotto fairly easily on a low temperature which is good for hotplates.
same as any egg dish as low and slow applies there too. I wouldn't go past googling other low temperature dishes to make because hotplates are probably the worst fucking thing to cook on sometimes.