I wanna make mashed potatoes for a church thanksgiving potluck tomorrow, gimme some recipes /ck/.
Post your kitchen fuckups. I just did this one
>rinse off cast iron pan
>pat dry, then put on stove on low heat to dry it thoroughly
>forgot it was on the stove
>suddenly remember the pan and run to the kitchen
>seasoning is burned off and flakes away at a slight touch
FUCK. Now I have to completely reseason it.
I'm down to my last 100€, it's 4.00 in the morning
Im hungry as fuck
It's up to you /ck/
cook a pasta al tonno (I already have all the ingredients), or order kebab online
Anything up to 10€ will do, which in my country will most likely include any kind of kebab, from iskender to doner, possibly even gyros. Pizza is also an option, but muslims are horrible at making pizza so fuck that
I do a shit ton of effort an cook pasta al tonno
I think you already know what I want
I just want you to tell me what's the smartest thing to do
Dinner, /ck/, you?
Good bang-for-your buck foods that are easy to prepare?
I don't have a lot of storage space, so no "beans and rice in bulk" or "freeze a bunch of whatever is on special" stuff. I also really only have a microwave and stovetop available to me.
I'm already thinking things like pastas, hot dogs, eggs... looking for outside of the box ideas that are consistently priced. I'm not dirt poor, but looking to save where I can.
You can buy rice 5 lbs at a time very easily and still get it for pretty cheap, 5 lbs russet potatoes are also just as cheap. The go-to cheap protein option is chicken thigh/quarters, normally I bake them, but if you lack an oven, I recommend making soup with them.
Like I was saying in the OP, I don't have a lot of storage space, so 5 lb bags of stuff in bulk isn't an option, I also can't store a ton of chicken thighs/quarters, unless you're recommending individual smaller packages...
How good is kobe beef actually? I've heard it's great but can it be that much better than regular steak? I've only had it once but it was in a bowl of pho, it tasted better than a regular bowl of pho but it wasn't like, noticeably fucking amazing or anything.
I've never had kobe beef. However, I have noticed that marbled ribeyes usually taste very nice. Therefore, since the marbling on those steaks in the photo is so insane I could only assume that they are indeed extremely delicious.
I also am curious to hear from someone who has experienced kobe. I like those youtube videos of the Japanese chefs cooking it on a hibachi grill.
>Uses peanut shavings rather than peanuts
>Uses fewer peanuts
>Uses less caramel
>Snicker size got smaller
>King size now broken in two fun sized bars
>Actual fun sized bars about half their size
You guys are not complimenting snickers of modern era but the snickers you grew up with. It's a different ballgame now that's for sure.
it's probably the most fattening and greasiest pizza in the country. but goddamn little caesars deepdish is fucking amazing.
I just might have to go get myself one of those tonight. Will report back later
Pic related, last LC deep dish I had
get the new pepperoni stuffed crust and post results
Trying to conceptualize dinner tonight.
Using the 6lb pork shoulder (pic related) I already made for tacos the night before last.
Used this recipie scaled up:
+rubbed with paprika
I want to make a pork filled pastry using crescent roll pastry sheets (pic will follow).
>pork shoulder, afore mentioned
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Tacos I made with the pork shoulder.
Why the fuck would they name a cookie Hydrox?
Heading to 7/11, can I get you cu/ck/s anything?
are my scrambled eggs shit?
so Cuck-o Bell finally has a new logo to reflect on the quality of their food. About time they finally realized they're both equally shit.
What's /ck/'s favorite gum?
Objectively the best gum
>white college student
>just got a job as a native english cashier at what looks to be the best chinese restaurant in my town and maybe a town over
>i get free food for myself and 50% off for friends and family
>im repulsed by chinese food
I really want to acquire a taste for Chinese food, /ck/. It feels dumb to just not take advantage of the situation, and it's pretty reasonably priced shit to fall back on thrice a week once I board somewhere....
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What sort of Chinese food is this?
Is it "Chinese food" or actual Chinese food?
Also, it's generally unhealthy to eat out a lot, although I'm sure there are healthier options at the restaurant as well. Just something to keep in mind.
It's in Queens NY, pretty much a safe haven for Chinese food considering all the other boroughs have shitty Asian cuisine from what I hear. So from that I can only assume it's as "authentic" as you could get for American-based Chinese food. And yeah it's probably unhealthy to eat out a lot but its going to be somewhat inevitable considering mommy can't pay for my food half the time come the next college transfer. Maybe I'll just be like a monk and buy a giant bag of rice for like $3 come then.
I'm primarily put off by shrimp, but just the idea of Chinese food having all this extra crap in it that I'm not even aware of on the menu, and the texture of it always set me off. The most I ever ate was """french fries""" from some other place and a roast pork egg roll.
>tfw you eat sautéed spinach, boiled broccoli, and a baked potato
Feels healthy man
Amerifats will tell you that potatoes are unhealthy and that you should be eating chicken instead.
But yeah, you could cook your entire meal in the microwave to retain much more nutrients, as well as saving time, money and effort.
My local supermarket is, for some reason, selling rabbit thighs. Should I buy some and if so, what should I do with them? I've never cooked rabbit, it looks pretty much like chicken.
Do people actually have a strong opinion on Coke vs. Pepsi or is that just a marketing meme?
Whenever people act like they find one delicious and the other disgusting I can't help thinking they are fucking idiots.
It's a boomer meme. I doubt most people posting here have a strong preference.
What can I do with Apples
Eat 'em. Use in fruit salads. Make juice or smoothies. Apple pie. Stuff them. Bake them. Use them to make a stuffing for a pork roulade. They're also commonly roasted alongside fatty meats like pork, duck, or goose.
Too much bullshit normie low-tier posts atm.
What was your "HOLY SHIT I want to eat this everyday" moment? What ingredients made it that special? And where can we eat this, when we make a vacation in the area?
For me it probably was an eggplant-curry with cinnamon in Vietnam. A small city, Hoi An - but I would travel to vietnam again, just to eat 2 weeks 5 times a day in Hoi An, at one of Ms. Li's Restaurants. Seldom ate so friggin good food.
Pic related, it kinda looked like this in a claypot.
Why don't you drink milk?
What's the best pizza topping?
Why do normies always want to drink this when almost anything else is better? Is there any cocktail that is more shit-tier?
Why are people going crazy for this? It's just buns with some nutella on it. Why go to McDonalds when you can make these cheaper and easier at home?
I've decided to start making homemade baked beans since they taste great but the store-bought ones are full of sugar and salt, plus the tins are lined with harmful chemicals.
Give me your best British style (e.g., Heinz) baked beans recipes, none of that American crap.
I just ate a hot dog with mustard, dill pickle relish and ketchup and it tasted great. Why do autists get so upset about ketchup on a hot dog?
This man is watching you cook your most recent meal. How badly do you fuck up?
>He doesn't know
Bought a really awesome donor kebab last night on the way back from a music festival. Took a few bites and it tasted great compared to the first few times I tried them.
Anyway, I fell asleep pretty much right away when I got back home, and it has been sitting out all night, for around 12 hours at this point. It's been in the kichen which is pretty cool, but not in the fridge.
Is it cool to reheat? Maybe even just the meat? Any help would be appreciated,
Any ideas about improving green tea aesthetics?
I'm trying to reduce my coffee intake but green tea just seems sad and uncool. No, I don't drink coffee because I think it's cool, I drink because I enjoy the taste. Since green tea tastes bland, I'm trying to portrait to me as a cool drink. Japanese tea ceremony isn't working. The western just perfected teacup design and those japanese liquid holders are ugly.