I'm hungry af, and want to cook some white rice. However, what do I do with them? I have no meat available, just basic stuff. I'm considering a peanut-sauce, but is that possible with salted peanuts? Other simple recipes are more than welcome.
How would you improve these nachos, /ck/?
Schlesisches Himmelreich. Grandma's favorite dish. New Ulm Minnesota 1896.
Hey, I got a bunch of brewing equipment, and am not sure what this is. Any ideas, my quick perusal through brewing equipment lists doesn't seem to have something like that. Sorry for the bad picture.
/mayo/ general thread! post anything mayo related, homemade or storebought.
Finally. A thread for the patricians. I fucking love mayonnaise.
Did you know you can substitute mayo for butter on your grilled cheese?
How do you like your eggs and why the fuck does nobody do omurice variation?
>perfectly creamy inside
Never thought to try it. Looks good, but I'd probably fuck it up. I've never managed to flip an omelette without breaking part of it.
>mfw people unironically eat lettuce
>go to subway
>start veggies order with spinach
>they reach for the lettuce
mfw the allergist says I'm allergic to ice berg lettuce
I cannot find any Turkish grocery stores in Augusta GA /ck/ The Bismillah closed down (Or really just aren't answering their phone) and I have no options. Anyone know of any Turkish grocery stores near here? I'm running out of options here.
Anyone else shop in turkish grocery stores? What do you get? Pic related is pretty good
So I freeze bread until I need to use it. My roommate is a fucking slob and opened up mine probably thinking it was his, but left the bag open. I was gonna defrost it today but noticed it was open and I have no idea how long its been open. Do you guys think it's still good?
Is there any chance you could consider the hypothesis he probably just took out a couple of slices and put the bread back in the freezer, exposing the frozen bread to room temperature for around 1 minute?
What do you like to eat when it's cold and wet and blustery outside? We're having an icy cold winter storm, so I made Panang curry for lunch, with eggplant, mushrooms, onions, bok choy, pea shoots, and tofu.
For dinner, I'm making from - scratch cream of celery soup and BLTs.
Something hot, obviously. A good hearty soup, stew or chili is always a safe bet, and roast meat and veggies are fantastic- with the added bonus of warming up your house and filling it with the smell of delicious foods.
As a side question, I've looked into making mulled wine before for when the weather gets chilly, is it something thats easy to mess up? Any particular things to use/avoid? Should I use a good quality red or gas station tier wine?
The Best Condiment
Rate my pasta
Also post your creations thread
Whats the worst food, nutritionally, that you've come across and willingly eaten.
Have you ever won the food lottery?
This is from a bag of Combo's I bought.