I present to you, /ck/, the sloppy joe bagel.
So i've decided that instead of cooking a whole turkey for thanksgiving, i'd buy four turkey breasts. What's /ck/s favorite turkey breast recipe?
I can't stop eating them
What does this imply as far as my life in general?
I didn't know they were a thing and discovered them at the grocery store a few weeks ago. Went through the entire fucking can in one sitting, my lips had actually pruned up from the salt.
They're delicious op let yourself succumb to the sodium
Banh mi, banh u, banh your mother
what's your favorite filling?
Why does /ck/ celebrate thanksgiving?
How can you not understand its such a filler holiday? We've conditioned ourselves to believing we need to dedicate a holiday to stuffing turkey and ham into our mouths
Why would anyone glorify a holiday about obesity and overconsumption. Shit like this is the reason we try to get to Christmas as fast we can.
1. The food is amazing and it's always fun to prepare dishes as a family
2. It's a great excuse to drink from Wednesday night through Sunday evening without reproach
3. Football, football, football
Because it's fun you dumb bitch, are the moron that posts /b with the little girl asking why for everything all the time or are you just the dumb frog poster or are you both the same?
How bad are refried beans for you health-wise? I love them so much for some reason.
The beans part is fine, the lard part is problematic, possibly sodium as well. Overall, the calories are reasonable compared to a lot of other shit you could eat.
I always buy traditional refried beans, but you could go with the vegetarian/fat free variety if you must. Jalapenos add flavor without calories. Refried black beans are also good.
>salt and pepper are all you need
This is wrong, and you know it
Is there any reason not to buy these by the truck load?
Everyone says I'm weird but I've always liked eating sliced peaches with chicken. They just go together somehow.
Anyone else eat weird food combinations?
Whats the secret to a good bolognese sauce?
You got the original ragu alla bolognese recipes, you got xxx-country - meat sauce recipes and more variatons.
Some suggest red vine, some white. Some want you to put in milk, others beef broth and/or carrots/celery. Some only use salt and pepper, while others use bay leaves and oregano.
Honestly, the best bolognese sauce always must simmer for a long time. Really my number 1 requirement.
As far as garnish that sets it apart, Adding some basil is a great thing. I add thai basil though, I like the flavor more and I have a plant.
Hey guys. Buffet Girl here. Back at Giant Pianda Buffet in Orlando Florida. Pretty good for 4 bucks!
Ask me anything
For six months or so I've been photographing most of the food I have prepared at home.
Now I shall dump it for your enjoyment/envy. I'm a trained chef, by the way.
Help me out /ck/ trying to think of something I can make with what I've got (very poor), I've got $1.5 for additional ingredients also
Here's what I've got atm:
1kg wholemeal flour
500g plain flour
500g caster sugar
500g plain white rice
750g stale lasagna sheets
Cheap "beef" sausages
flavourless packaged parmesan cheese (powder like)
(Most usual kitchen spices,...
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These are the "beef" sausages I'm referring to btw /ck/
And I've got 6 of them
Cabbage is the only option of those, it's Australian dollars and I wouldn't be able to afford more than one meal worth of carrot/broccoli
Never heard of a cabbage recipe like stew or stir fried cabbage as a main meal before, how is it? I imagine it would be kind of non filling and bland
I might try a stew with the sausages and potatoes like you said, that could be nice and I think a whole cabbage is just over 1$ so could afford
What's your xmas menu?
I'm looking for ideas, especially for veg sides.
I realise it's still November, but I have a couple of things in mind (like sous vide pork belly) that I want to give a test run before xmas day, for science.
rocket walnut pear salad
Beetroot soup with roasted pork ribs
Roasted goose w/ gravy, lingonberry jam, potato dumplings with parsley and braised red cabbage with apples and bacon
mousse au chocolat with whipped cream for dessert because fuck the police
Lobster tail, served with your choice from fancy green beans, grilled asparagus, or a loaded baked potato!