I made some chicken stock as we had some veggies to use up and I'd stored up some chicken bodies and wing tips. Any ideas on a good way to use it? Im looking for a dish where the flavour of the stock will not be masked too much.
Would neckbeards still boast about their love of imperial stout if it was called "Mommy's Sinfully Delicious Sweet Decadence Elixer" instead of imperial stout?
Must haves for every kitchen. Doesn't matter if you're a beginner or pro-tier.
What can I do so that my quiche won't be runny in the middle?
Here in the Baltics (and I believe all over Eastern Europe) this is what we mean when we say garlic bread - fried rye bread sticks, topped with fresh minced garlic, and sour cream-based dipping sauce. It is by far the most popular food item in pubs, it's literally impossible to find a place that doesn't serve them.
If you're out drinking, what's the most popular food served in your area to go with your beer?
I've fallen in love with baked beans again but I'm worried about all the sugar and I can't seem to avoid it with canned beans so I've elected to make my own.
Do any of you fellow legume lovers have a favourite recipe?
use artificial sweetener.
beans + tomato paste + chili powder, black pepper, plus whatever spices you prefer.
simmer for a couple minutes, then let cool for around 10 minutes. Then add some sort of sweetener. Sugar free maple syrup, aspartame, splenda, whatever you prefer.
When making eggs, is it ok if a few shells get in there? getting them out is so difficult, sometimes i just leave them in. They won't hurt me, will they?
Chicken fried steak
Recipe courtesy of Sir Alton Brown
What's the Coffee Maker of choice, /ck/?
I've got a drip and a French press currently, and honestly I tend to go back to the drip often because it actually keeps the coffee warm in the meantime (I store the FP coffee in a thermos sometimes, but it's a bit of a pain) and it's easy. I've noticed also with the FP that if I grind the coffee too fine I get some major fucking sludge problems that turn the coffee to shit.
Is there a good middle of the road choice?
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Yes. Buy a Chemex, a swan neck kettle, and a burr grinder and learn to make a decent pour-over brew. Clean-up consists of throwing away the used filter and rinsing the Chemex. Also, you get more subtle Flavours out of the coffee because the oils aren't crowding them out. Downside is time spent pouring the water, but if that is too much work for you feel free to stay with drip.
Yo /ck/ anons, rate this gorgeous Swiss burger on Ciabatta
What are some good midwestern foods?
Hey guys, /fit/ here.
Found this in the freezer. Is it any good?
Also do you guys have a sticky around here? I'm confused because all I see here are people posting pictures of pizza.
How's about a wifey material / food cringe thread?
Saw this hot mess on my news feed.
trader jew has this for $3.50 a 6
good deal, or fucking awesome deal? drinking one now, pretty smooth, and I'm a big dark lager fan.
If you do a bit of googling you can see who actually makes those Trader Joe's beers. Here in Connecticut, it's contracted through Cottrell Brewing Co. in Pawcatuck. Not great beer by any means, but a better six-pack than what you can usually get for $5