Ask someone who works in catering anything.
The fried egg style one on the left is a fresh egg, cracked into a mold and cooked on order
The folded egg style one on the right is shipped in precooked and frozen, and recooked on order
So, why does the folded egg always taste 90 percent better than the puck?
What can I turn this into with basic spices?
What do you think of lard?
just finished making a batch
also you get sprža
>order one large cod
Does the owner want my dick?
For me, it's the Rippa. The best fast food sandwich.
>169g of tomatoes used to make 100g of ketchup
How the fuck is this possible?
I got me this bottle today.
I've been told it's pretty good.
Any thoughts about food pairings?
I've only just discovered my love for honey. Give me ways to eat it. So far I've had some on toasted English muffin. Suggestions??
Cut some yuzu/lemon/lime/orange into thin slices, put into a pickling jar or similar, cover with honey, put on a lid and let sit for like a week.
Take a couple of spoons of that mixture to a cup and add hot water, and there you go nice citrus tea.
Just checked the catalog and there's only 18 fast food threads so I thought I'd create a general.
>he calls my sweet, delicious, savory and nutritional meal from the finest dining establishment in the world "junk"
So coo/ck/s, do you guys use recipes or just go free-form when you cook? What about when you bake?
when I cook, about 50% of the time I wing it and the rest of the time I use recipes. when baking, I always follow the recipe as it's a lot harder to correct things on the fly. once it's in the oven and starts rising (or not) there's not a lot you can do.
anyone else enjoy just bread and sauce, or other simple food/condiment combinations as a meal?
i'm a big fan
what are you guys planning for Christmas? I've no idea what I'm going to do. Maybe I'll just make cakes and/or cookies with my nieces
Mom's already made fruitcake and Nanaimo bars, soon as I get home from college I'm planning to dive right in with all the favorites for my family: gingerbread, shortbread, peanut brittle, truffles, cinnamon rolls. Probably figure out a couple more on the way
I plan on either making my own carne asada or my lemon and onion fried chicken thighs.
Depending on whether or not there happens to be a special on beef flank that week. (Which I'm not counting on.)
Is there a better taco restaurant than king taco?
What makes their so sauce so delicious?
Haven't gone to Taco Bell for like while
Are the steakhouse nachos any good?
They're the same thing as the XXL Nachos and Boss Nachos, but with a different cheese. Not enough cheese for all the chips either, but the tray it comes in is about half the size of the taco bell tray. Not worth the asking price though.
Making matcha at home? Can i do it? What do i need?
Every time I make matcha, the powder doesn't dissolve completely and I have a flavorless pale green liquid with a pile of matcha on the bottom.
And yes, I vigorously stir with a bamboo whisk.
Nations ranked by cheese
Top 3 best:
Top 3 worst:
I don't think Italian cheese is at all worthy of topspot. They have one decent cheese and that's it.
Britain also has more variety of Cheeses than France Having said that; I will put France and Britain as joint first.
>All the rest.
Which is the best fast food to eat /ck/?
Explain why people drink this shit
Hey, /ck/. Before my final exam in my Spanish course at my university I have the opportunity to cook something from a Spanish-speaking country (doesn't have to be enough for the entire class). All I have to do is talk about it and its history and shit.
What is something I can cook that is cheap and easy? Preferably something I can bake.
Pic not very related.
That first sip of the day
Homemade butter. You guys. If you're eating margarine you're wrong. This shit is superior in every way. Plus you get buttermilk from it. Slightly less cost effective than buying it outright, but I think the buttermilk you get makes it worth it.
You're kidding, right?
Buy a quality European butter, but making it yourself is wasted work. If that's your hobby, then fine. Maybe you live on a dairy farm or something.
I agree totally. 1 pint of heavy cream mixed on high with my kitchenaid for 10 minutes. Result? Great butter and buttermilk. I use local, grassfed cream. Really outstanding stuff. Almost like a soft cheese.
I want to be red pilled on tea.
I love tea more than anything but I never focused on the ancient Chinese tradition of Gongfu sets, I want to know the true taste of tea from the most sophisticated plantations.
How do I become a master of tea?
Also /tea/ general.
I didn't see a stupid questions thread so here.
a while ago i made some frozen walmart meatballs, then got sick before i could eat them or put the bag away. the bag was on the counter for about 5-6 hours and the meatballs were soft when i checked.
Should i throw them away and buy more, or are they still safe to eat?
Nothing like a good old fashioned homemade breakfast
Who else "Had To Work For Thanksgiving So I'm Doing It This Weekend" here?
Anyone have a good recipe for grill-less ribs?
I want to cook ribs but don't own a grill, and wouldn't be able to use one around my apartment complex anyways
Pic unrelated, pizza I made last week
I made eggnog a week ago today and I still have some left. I did cook the egg mixture and it is about 1/5 80 proof rum. Can I drink this or should I pour it out?
Here in Germany we make a similar drink called "Eierlikör". It's made out of raw eggs and contains about 20% alc. Because of the alcohol it's durable for years.
Your eggnogs contains about 1/5 * 80%=16% alc. So I guess it will also be drinkable for weeks.
I found a big piece of metal in my Chinese food but don't want to complain because the food is so good.
Should I report it? I don't want them to refuse me orders in the future.