So I was eating some nuts and one of them had a really odd appareance. When opened a dirt like substance poured out and smoke started coming from its interior.
I got scared and threw it out of the window. Picture is the few renmants that I didnt threw
Does anybody know what the fuck was that?
What's the best way to make home-made french fried for those of us that don't have a deep fryer?
I usually slice and parboil the potatoes, then wash, then put them in the fridge for a few hours or overnight. Then pan fry (the potato slices are very dry on the outside at this point). Not sure if this is necessary but I think it results in soft centres but crisp outsides.
Cut your potatoes into a rectangle with a large knife.
Cut them into 1/4 inch matchsticks.
Fry them twice, I like to use peanut oil in a cast iron skillet, first at 325 then at 350 which I think can be approximated by a medium then a medium high heat fry if you lack a thermometer.
Salt and season at the end.
Also general food rate thread
Actually the whole dish ended up being a massive mess. Originally the potatoes were supposed to be standard potato puree but I added too much cream and improvised with a bit of parmisan cheese, once it cooled it became much more firm and had a nice taste to it, I didn't want to cover the pumpkin and carrots with potato while it cooled so I just went for a slightly fancy arrangement, then the duck mixed with the potato and cranberry sauce turned out quite lovely.
>This recipe serves 4 people
Why is cream in carbonara considered such a sin?
I tried it and it tastes better than without cream. So why shouldn't I use it? Is it considered correct to make food taste shittier over concerns of 'muh authenticity'?
It's harder to make it taste great without cream because your techniques have to be more advanced but ultimately it's better for it to leave the cream out. Same with alfredo.
A lot of italian cooking depends on having high-quality ingredients as well. It's natural that a carbonara or alfredo made with kraft parmesan instead of the real thing won't taste as good, and swapping bacon in for guanciale is likewise a mistake.
Your way of thinking is literally Jack Scalfani tier.
ITT: Best peanut butter, the kind you could just eat straight from the jar
You're Welcome, World.
How would you rate pic related?
how does it compare to cookies&cream hershey bars?
When they make hamburgers in steakhouses, do most of them use only meat, or do they also put some extra ingredients inside the ground meat, such as bread, onions, etc.? How do most of them make hamburgers?
(And I have another question, here in Greece there is a dish, where there are a couple of hamburger patties, just them, without buns, onions on top of them, etc. and a serving of fries in the side of them. Does that dish exist in other countries? Because I couldn't find any pictures of it in english.)
Now that a legitimate, licensed medical doctor has confirmed that Subway sandwiches cause the consumer to develop pedophilia and other psychosexual disorders, will you finally stop purchasing their disgusting sandwiches?
don't mean to *spam* you guys, but here's what I made for dinner
anyways here we go
looked really gross coming out of the can, smelled like cat food
seasoned with a little cayenne, mustard powder, and black pepper
Yo I got a $100 gift certificate with Olive Garden. What is good there?
Is it sexist to assume girls want to learn how to cook?
The wife and I were doing some Christmas shopping, and I wanted to get an easy bake oven for her 10 year old daughter. However she became upset and said I was being sexist, assume she would want to learn to cook. She insisted I get her the new iPad Pro instead, so she could learn how to code. They started a Black Girls Code club (http://www.blackgirlscode.com) at her school and she just joined (even though she's only half black). I really think she should learn to cook though, since my wife isn't teaching...
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Your wife is being difficult.
Both explain how you can learn to code on any pc (And it's poor form to start her off on a tablet even if you couldn't) and mention Easy Bakes are like 30 bucks compared to a $600+ iPad.
Anyway, an Easy Bake is a pretty lame toy, but it isn't sexist to gift your kid one. I'd recommend offering to teach her how to cook in the actual kitchen. Cooking is a life skill, not a girl/boy hobby.
If you won the lottery and had about 50 million dollars, what sort of restaurant would you open and run?
I'd probably fly in the best cheeses and beef and meats I could find, make about 250 hamburgers a week, and be open one day a week. I'd serve them with a side of cheetohs and ridiculously expensive whisky at a dollar/glass.
A steak house. We'd serve prime porterhouse and ribeye steaks with unbelievably perfect sears (pic related). Baked potatoes and salads as sides.
Why are normies mad about this?
Mcdouble will be worth $1 dollar again, except you have to buy them in pairs. boohoo.