what is the ideal ratio or milk to oats when making oatmeal? I can't seem to get it right.
Otherwise: oatmeal general
I don't usually eat rolled oats so I can't comment on that. After I make some steel cut oats I'll had about the same amount of milk or buttermilk as the amount of dried oats I used. So if I used half a cup of steel cut oats I'll add half a cup when it's done. Then I'll add a tablespoon of brown sugar or a little bit of maple syrup
hey ck i have a ton of collard greens and kale. what can i do with it?
>looked on the first 3 pages, didn't see a thread, too lazy to browse entire catalog.
Picked up some nice tortellini. Roast chicken and broccoli, sauteed up some spinach and garlic. Topped that with some gorgonzola and fresh dill.
Looks good man. And healthy, would be happy to eat this.
Didn't take a picture but I'm visiting my based italian grandma and she made aglio e olio with pancetta and some brussels sprouts
ITT: God tier TV chefs
I made my first batch of chicken noodle soup tonight. What are you having for dinner tonight, anon?
Bourdain has six rules for things not to do with regards to raw fish. Keep them in mind if you happen to see him at a sushi bar. Don’t forget, he’s now a trained martial artist himself.
1. Do Not: Make a slurry with all the wasabi and soy sauce you can get your hands on and then douse your fish with it. Make sure to taste your fish first.
2. Do Not: Dip your sushi rice down into the soy sauce—“unless you want to watch your rice crumble and disintegrate into an unholy mess in the wasabi slurry that you probably already made.” If you feel your sushi needs...
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Anybody else like good home-cooked abuelita-style mexican cuisine straight from la cucina?
Im ready to go!
>straight from la cucina
How did I do /ck/? Tell me how much this sucks.
Is fortified wine the least degenerate of alcohols?
Pic related, it's my activity for this evening.
Cream sherry is good stuff,
Good cheap stuff, tasty and good for cooking
have you ever seen worse preparation of kobe beef?
Ok ck I cook u chicken
Is Robert Irvine basically Food Network's PC Principal version of Gordon Ramsay?
Ramsay doesn't want anything to do with the cunts at Food Network so they came up with this joke.
What is it about this magical ingredient that makes everything taste better?
I made spaghetti for the first time in years and it's okay I guess (pic related) but it feels like it's missing something. Maybe more cheese. Mozzarella? Probably more seasoning too. How does /ck/ make spaghetti?
I like spaghetti with bolognese, this is a great recipe:
I usually eat it with grana padano, parmigiano reggiano or pecorino.
How do you make these taste good? I just made a bowl, added dried fruit, cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla extract, but it doesn't have much of a taste at all.