What do you do with your pizza crusts?
I live in an area with lots of trees so I put them out for the squirrels.
Am I supposed to cook this? sauté?
4 shrimp for $3 is more perverse than the condom.
They're already cooked. If I wanted them in a hot dish, I'd just add them right at the end to make sure they warm through without overcooking them.
Looking to get this one. Anyone has experience with Rachael Ray cookware?
>calling any sparkling wine champagne
>thinking brandy and cognac are two completely different things
>mfw I don't say anything because I don't want to be "that guy"
Does /ck/ know my pain?
(start at 15:29 for optimal horror)
What foods you haven't tried but you would like to try?
What do you think it would taste like?
Are tomatacados in season where you live?
They're not for me, but I still can't stop myself from buying them, even though I know they're overpriced, and wont taste as good.
how do you cook asparagus without them getting all tough and stringy?
Do you guys have any favourite casserole/stew type dishes?
I pretty much just make gumbo and assorted curries, and I'm looking for new flavours.
I make a pretty good Guinness beef stew that I like.
I've seen it being done like this all the time but why? Are the Japanese just so into knifes and huge ass swords they can't use a potato peeler?
Its supposed to show "character is such a skilled chef he can peel potato with babby katana."
I'm sure 98% of Japan uses a real peeler like the rest of us or some redneck "powerdrill in bucket shit."
The only time I've seen the Japs peel like that is when the purpose is to generate a thin flat sheet of the veggie in order to use it for a wrapping or other part of the dish. In other words, it's when the peeling/cutting is the important part, not the main part of the veg. If it's just peeling potatoes (etc) then they use speed peelers just like anyone else.
They also have a lot of peeling gizmos like the Beringer "turning slicer".
Can you buy McDonalds and Liquor on EBT?
this good for hangovers?
So what are we in for /ck/?
Hey /ck/ so my first girlfriend ever (im 22) is coming over tonight and she wants to have sexual relations at some point. I'm cooking her dinner and I was looking for suggestions on things to make/recipes.
I normally make salads, Mexican, or Italian cuisine so any of that would be helpful, but not too heavy. She also is a fan of Indian food but I've never made any of that before. Any help is appreciated
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>a fan of Indian food but I've never made any of that before
uhhh.. do not cook indian food (especially for the first time) if you're trying bang a girl that night. basically, avoid pungent spices in general. how about baked salmon fillets, wild rice, and some asparagus? tough to screw those things up.
alright co/ck/s I need some recipe help.
I'm going to be making Valentine's Day dinner for my boyfriend. however, I'm not quite sure what to make. I wanted it to be a four-course meal: appetizer, salad, entree, dessert.
except, of course, I'm not really sure what to make.
I was thinking for the salad I would do a strawberry/avocado salad because it's healthy without lettuce (which is bland). it's also brightly colored and the red strawberries are reminiscent of Valentine's Day.
maybe stuffed mushrooms for the appetizer?...
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we've been fighting and he's not a cook.
I'm more than glad to cook for him. I do it all the time. I just want to make things up to him and show him how much I care by doing this great big thing for him.
he still owes me from my birthday last month, too, so I'll be getting loads of presents ;)