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Who bakes here?
Baking > cooking. Sadly it's bad for you if you don't have people to eat all the added sugar. I try giving them to my friends but i don't know why they don't aceppet it. Once I made extra candy bars to give as gift for my friends. Offered to 6 people and all of them rejected without even tasting.
You guys know a lot about cooking.
What should I do with these?
How would you make a breakfast pizza?
Pic related. I did egg, bacon, and Brussels sprouts.
Made this with my roommates a few years ago.
Gravy for sauce, scrambled eggs, cheese, bacon, and sausage bits.
Do you have trouble getting motivated to cook for just yourself? I enjoy cooking but usually I eat ramen or takeout garbage because I don't want to spend 20 minutes cooking if it's just for me.
yeah it's a common problem. but sometimes I do a big effort. it depends on the setup of the kitchen and wether or not I need a change or something better than conbini shit. after a while I cannot stand it any longer that someone else cooks for me.
When I cooked for just myself I tended to make things I could eat several days in a row, so I only had to cook every few days. Because it is hard to motivate yourself to do much actual cooking when it's just for yourself.
>cut open bag of frozen veggies
>dump into a pot, cover, put on high heat
>start pan frying some beef/chicken or just eat salmon/sardines out the can whilst waiting
>add salt and pepper
Hello /ck/. This week we'll be doing some yellow split pea dhal.
Couple of reasons, first being that we've been getting snow and icing rain and I haven't bothered going grocery shopping. So a recipe where I have everything in my pantry is perfect.
Second is that we've been getting an uptick of people asking for cheap recipes and this is probably as cheap as they come.
250g yellow split pea
4 cups water
2 slices of ginger (can leave peel on)
1 stick cinnamon
3/4 tsp turmeric
1 1/2 dried yunan pepper
1 small onion chopped
2-3 cloves garlic finely chopped
2cm ginger grated
1 pint diced tomatoes
1 tsp coriander
1 tsp cumin seed
3/4 tsp garam masala
Juice 1/2 lemon
1. In a large pot, combine the water, slices of ginger, cinnamon and turmeric.
2. Bring to a boil to dissolve the turmeric.
Just be careful not to splash any on you from this point on, turmeric stains everything a bright yellow.
anyone here eat ramen noodles? your supposed to make it a soup right? do you grab the noddles with chopsticks and then drink the liquid after? thanks
IT'S BACK, MOTHERFUCKERS!
Might as well start typing my 12 page apology letter to my toilet.
I understand some of you are dead against a sticky however this thread is for people who want one and would be willing to contribute. After all /mu/ has one and music is extremely subjective.
How do you think it should be structured and what basic techniques should it include? Obviously we have the Booru for actual recipes (even though it's shit).
Why don't shrimp farmers just feed the shrimp cocktail sauce like a couple of days before harvesting them so we don't have to dip them when we eat them?
I don't think they really care about the shrimp eaters of the world.
Any tips on how to make Fettuccine Alfredo? I use ragu and it didn't go so well.
What do you guys call this?
What food are you giving up for Lent?
I'm having a go at making stuffed mushrooms for the first time.
Do you think that's enough stuffing?
How did the Burger King manage to make halloween whopper such a viral success? I have a theory that they paid off every youtube channel to talk about it so that it would go viral.
Because it was such a novel idea. who would have even thought about using octopus ink to dye your food? i would have imagined that that shit was poisonous, but you barely even noticed it in the bread.
It proves once and for all that America is in the forefront of the food industry