Does /ck/ approve of my ramen?
I added shrimp cilantro, sliced up cucumbers, an egg dropped in, sliced onion, and a fat squirt of sriracha sauce. I wanted a quality meal for 59 cents and i got it. The grocery store was out of the silver baggy noodles(tom yum shrimp-spicy) though, so i just picked out a random spicy noodle brand that was moderate price (for a bag of noodles)
What is the best Dr Pepper ripoff and why is it Dr Thunder?
How does my carbonara look, /ck/?
I even used knorr stockpot in the water because it simply tastes better. you should try it.
How do I make a good mushroom soup?
I just cooked with this, it was bretty gud. I bought it because it has a relatively high smoking point and I'm trying to stay away from canola, vegetable, and sunflower oil.
What meme oils do you recommend?
hummus vs baba gannouj vs muhammara
So what's your favorite type of restaurant design?
Me? I like a nice rustic atmosphere. Makes the meal feel really cozy.
I like the flags that sway back and forth.
If the food is amazing and a good value I don't give two fucks about the design. I've eaten standing at a plywood shelf at a hole in the wall place because the food was great, it only cost $5 and that was all I felt like spending at the moment.
But I'm probably most comfortable in a French bistro.
What is your favorite type of cheese?
I love cheddar like my own son.
Does /ck/ like croquettes?
I just made these tuna croquettes, they're fucking delicious.
Here's the recipe
Got a recipe? I'd like to try potato croquettes. Will russets work?
Here's a photo of the inside, if you like tuna you'll really like these.
Alfie sais the best way to bag a bird is to make her croquettes.
>that one person who finishes their plate by running their fingers through the remains and licking them
if you do this, seriously fuck you
How the fuck do cereal companies get away with selling junk food as something to eat for breakfast AND are able to put shit like this on sugar delivery systems? I've heard that when American cereals/Pop-Tarts are sold in UK import stores they have to cover up these claims with tape. Is that true?
Well, they technically aren't lying. Even with all the fucking sugar and preservatives and chemicals they add to breakfast cereal, it's still made with whole grains which have fiber. They're also usually fortified with vitamins too.
Not defending sugary breakfast cereals, I think they're disgusting but it's not like they're lying about the contents.
Anyone here with experience in making Pho broth?
Tonight is my first attempt using a recipe culminated from various traditional ingredients. I've made bone broths before, but not so much with the spices required for Pho. After rendering my beef bones and halved onion in the oven at 425 for an hour and putting it into my boiling pot, I added my spices: anise seeds (1tsp), coriander(1tsp), fennel seed(1tsp), fish sauce(2.5 tbsp), a cinnamon stick, peppercorns and salt. After bringing to a boil, it's very strong smelling of the anise seeds which is surprising....
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>using anise, not star anise
It's a totally different plant even, bro
IT'S THE FUCKING HOLIDAYS AGAIN, MAGGOTS! SHOW ME YOUR FRUITCAKE FACE!
This is why I love Chinese food
I fucking wish I could find it sold frozen somewhere. The cans are shit. The jars are less shit but still shit. Fresh is hard to come by and, when you do find it, you've got to husk it yourself. And it's expensive as all fuck.
For these reasons, I'm considering planting baby corn stalks in my back garden this year.
It's that time of year again. I fucking love these. These and Chocolate-Oranges are my favorite treats
It's so strange that you can't find these all year around. Though I might turn into a fatass if I ever had more than one a year.