Bought a trout filet, wat do?
Burger king or McDonalds
Also what do i order?
Two Buttery Extra Long Cheeseburgers with extra mayo, pickles, onions, tomatoes, a side of large onion rings, ten piece nuggets, zesty sauce, buffalo sauce, and a medium beverage of your choice.
What is this called where you're from?
Creepy cooking Thread... (If that exists)
This guy makes realistic looking body parts with bread and food coloring.
I have 16 cavities, most minor surface cavities.
I'll be filling them over the next year and want to change my diet to help work on my teeth
What are some good foods without sugar/carbs/etc?
Murrican who suffers from severe depression.
I've recently started taking care of myself better and going to the doctor and such
It was a combination of food and brush habits.
I used to drink a lot of soda.
Potatos are carbohydrates which can turn into sugar and thus bad for teeth or something, right?
I do not know how to into health.
Hello /ck/. I need your help.
I fully admit I did not know that this board even existed until I looked specifically for one dedicated to cooking/food, etc. Every spring and summer, my friends and I go out camping in the Rocky Mountains and every time for the last 3 years, we have consistently proven we know nothing about food or how to cook it. Keep in mind, we tend to do a lot of bush camping a.k.a. shitting in bushes and drinking really heavily. Most times, someone will bring hotdogs or hamburgers, maybe make some guacamole or stuff like that. Last time we went, all...
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It'd probably be better to ask /out/, honestly, /ck/ just talks about fast food.
For camping, I do all the prep work at home and just do the final cooking on site. Also, coolers are sketchy. Don't bring foods that spoil easily, I'm betting this is why you got sick. If you need to bring meat, eat it on the first day or freeze it before putting it in the cooler.
If you want homemade soup or chili, just freeze it in ziploc bags/tupperware and reheat in a pot of hot water when you want to eat it. There's powdered soup mixes you can get for camping,...
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Get an MSR dragonfly, or maybe a butane stove if your a stupid person. Get some decent camping pots and a nice pan. Get an plastic egg holder.
Bring potatoes, onions, cheese, cans of chilli, mac and cheese, butter, some millk, bread
>hashbrowns in the morning with egg
>grilled cheese for lunch
>sausages and corn for dinner
What does /ck/ think of this stew?
What's /ck/'s Soya Sauce? A lot of the store brands or basic brand names seem salty as fuck. Like, way too salty even for soya sauce.
Help me /ck/ you are my only hope.
Actually I am looking for input on what I should make first in my new smoker.
Yesterday I purchased one of those Pit Barrel Smokers and it should be arriving later this week and I was wondering what would be easiest to smoke first.
My local Costco has the cheapest prices on meat around the area and has pork shoulder, prime brisket, baby back ribs, and St. Louis style ribs.
Which of the choices would be good for a first time user of a smoker to make?
A pretty typical recipe would be:
Make a dry rub from equal parts brown sugar, coarse salt, and paprika. Rub this all over the meat.
Put the pork shoulder in the smoker with the fat side up and smoke for about 6 hours at about 250F. At that point take the meat out of the smoker, wrap it in foil, then put it back for another hour or two until it's fall-apart tender.
Pull the pork, then sauce it.
So after hearing all the hype surrounding this place for a while I decided to check it out.
Is this a fucking meme? The food was mediocre at best, and for the price it's not worth it at all.
I got a black and bleu with french fries, and another order of small wings for later.
The burger patty was as thin as a big mac, and you could tell it was just reheated. The wings are the same way, terrible flavor and felt like frozen food reheated in a microwave. For 10.99 for each item, that shit is unacceptable.
>after hearing all the hype
places that serve good food at low prices do not need to advertise. the shittier a place is, the more it needs to advertise. advertisements always bend the truth.
hey /ck/ im ass at cooking, mainly because i dont cook. tell me how did you get better and what basic knowledge should i have?
>i dont cook
There's your problem.
>what basic knowledge should i have
If you can sear or grill a piece of meat, then you're well on your way to eating just about anything. Serve it with some steamed rice and sauteed vegetables.
honestly there's really just 2 things to do, cook food and be willing to try out things and combinations. you should never say no to different things/combinations unless you've done it, tasted it and hated it.
Surprisingly my local fish market now stocks these. Decided to buy a couple out of curiosity.
Any anon's have a kickass recipe they would like to share?
I have once, when there was a movie cafe in the area. Watched that Virus movie with Jamie Lee Curtis in it, I specifically cracked the crab legs when there was gore on screen to gross out my date.
what's the most you've ever eaten in one sitting? and how wrecked were you afterwards?
DiGiorno pepperoni pizza
Totino's combination pizza rolls, 15
pepperoni Bagel Bites, 9
Rotel and Velveeta cheese dip
Pizza Supreme Doritos (RIP in peace)
I ate about half of everything. Everything was dipped into the cheese dip at some point.
Depression is a doozy.