I have an abundance of salmon left over in the fridge from friends. I never found plain grilled salmon too appetizing but I can see enjoying it if it was cooked in various other ways.
How does /ck/ enjoy their salmon?
Well well well... What do we have here.
What will be the next hype food like craft beer, third wave coffee or fancy burgers?
So my fiance and I went over to her grandmother's house. They live in a big house and will soon be moving into her aunts house so that she can help take care of them.
Long story short she needed to declutter something fierce so gave us free reign of the kitchen stuff. Nothing really interesting caught my eye that we'd ever use but this clunky fucker here. Looks and feels like a solid cleaver even for how old it is. Handle still feels good and tight though I'm not sure how to go about replacing it since its full tang.
Anyway I'm just looking...
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Close up of the tang. Phone is shitty so quality is ass.
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What the fuck did you just say about me you little bitch?
i am going to donate reviewbrah decent amount of money and he said i can pick a fast food product for him to review it
what should i go for?
When's the last time you had a nice hot pillowy mound, /ck/?
>''american style'' mustard
what the fuck is that supposed to be?
The most commonly used mustard in the United States, and tied with Dijon in Canada is American mustard sold as "yellow mustard" (although most prepared mustards are yellow) and commonly referred to as just "mustard". A very mild prepared mustard colored bright-yellow by turmeric, it was allegedly introduced in 1904 by George J. French as "cream salad mustard". American mustard is regularly used to top hot dogs, sandwiches, pretzels and hamburgers. It is also an ingredient of many potato salads, barbecue sauces, and salad dressings.
Food confessions anyone?
I ate an entire wedge of parmesan a couple days ago, just couldn't stop and now I need to be made feel bad.
I've also gorged myself on pic related (the green one) in the past. Dairy is just so incredibly good, it satisfies something in me that no other food can.
Post tales of gluttony, embarrassing fuck ups or anything you'd admit to a priest if god was food, or ridicule those who you think deserve it.
>I ate an entire wedge of parmesan a couple days ago
i do this too but i usually just break it up into smaller pieces and eat one chunk a day as a snack...usually one of those small wedges you get at food for less last me for a week....
I attempted to limit myself to a couple chunks as well as a sandwich stuffed with it. I did not succeed.
It was just so incredibly good compared to the cheddar I usually get, but I'll most likely use your tactic in the future.
What do you think of this sandwich, /ck/?
meme sodas encouraged
Anyone ever owned a manual coffee grinder (something like pictured). Figure I might save a few bucks vs. an electric one, but dunno if they are a huge pain in the ass.
They are fine if you want to save money in exchange for having to grind a couple of minutes every time you want to brew coffee.
Personally I don't really mind since I wake up 2 hours before work anyway and like to have slower mornings rather than rush out the door.
The other consideration is how much coffee you drink. Most manual grinders are best for one or two people, electrics generally do larger batches.
Burr grinders only of course.
What are the greatest cheeses in the world?
True. Not all bleu cheeses are equal however. I absolutely love roquefort and saint agur, but I recently tried some fourme d'ambert and didn't like it at all.
Also, some other cheeses I think should be on a "greatest cheeses" list:
- Mozzarella di bufala
- Parmigiano reggiano
What kind of knives/what brand is best for a competent home cook? I want to stop using the shitty old blunt knives I've got and invest in something good and appropriate. Some girl at a knife store told me I should buy Brasilia but I've really got no idea. In return here's a photo of some stew I made.
Crappy knives are crappy, but there's really little difference between average and best, at least when it comes to standard-shaped knives. Any decent chef knife is almost as good as the best.
Now for fancy knives... a friend got that "Santoku" below in picattached. It's a lower-middle brand, and actually the knives are quite nice... except for that one.
Normally Santoku knife has a kind of corrugated trailing edge, so that slices of vegetables don't stick to it; no large flat surface.
Well, here they went cheapo and instead of corrugated shape, they just made depressions in the surface.
I tried slicing potatoes with that one. I was seriously afraid about my fingers and had to rest my whole weight on the half of the potato that stuck to the knife. The depressions act as suction cups, and damn strong at that.
Ok /ck/ I am on the hunt for the greatest biscuits and gravy recipe that has ever existed. I've tasted some bad ass B & G but I've never found a recipe or been able to craft one that met my high standards. Hit me hard /ck/