So I just cooked some chicken breast on a pan with rice, but the rice is a bit too bland for my taste, I usually pour a little bit of gravy on rice but I don't have any at the moment. Any reommendations how to add a bit more umph to my rice?
Well it is salted of course. I meant something a bit extra...I got this awesome juicy chicken and next to it plain rice. The dish lacks some sauce or something to bring it together but idk what. I thought soy sauce but it wouldn't go well with the spices I put on the chicken.
so this girl is coming over in 2 days and she likes spicy pasta.
can you recommend me a nice recipe for a midrange cook with the ultimate pleb kitchen?
bonus points if no mushrooms or fish. don't really like the first and the second makes my breath repelling.
English person here going to a Thanksgiving party pot luck thing. Living in Asia. What can I make to bring to the party.
>Pic not related
Only had he strawberry, orange, and blue on here in the UK, never seen the other flavors. but I was drinking this shit 10 - 15 years ago as a boy.
>Rasberry & coconut
>Purple (don't know Flavor)
>Clear one, like water. Tasted like chemicals.
Grandma ice cream.
Prove me wrong.
How much dressing do you put on your salad?
I douse it in ranch, blue cheese, and BBQ dressing from Papa Johns!
Fuck those vegetables, they can fuck off!
Jalapenos make everything better.
Prove me wrong
for some reason I just remembered pic related, is this still a thing? this is exactly what a fast food burger should be. cheap, filling, uncomplicated, unhealthy, and tasty. I'm getting so tired of them making all these fancy expensive meme burgers these days, it isn't worth the money and its obnoxious. I just want a simple stacker like these.
I always buy 20 euros worth of chili cheese burgers at BK, they're like 1.60 euro each
I eat a couple in my car on the way home and then just shitpost all day while eating burgers.
Can't really beat 420 calories for less than 2 euros.
They make great breakfast too, just microwave an egg, put that in the burger and microwave it again for 30 seconds.
>complains about meme food
>posts about how he wants le ebin meat stack with le bacon ftw XDD
greatest /ck/ movies ever? or even just /ck/ related scenes from movies. I think Under Siege with Steven Seagal was the best cook.
what are some good uses for cheerios?
Have any of you ever eaten bear meat? I hear it's greasy, but I never got to try any myself.
>pic related, lived on bear meat for a full decade before killing tiny baby men
It's tough, even the lean cuts are chewy enough that you'd need to braise them. It also smells shitty, and it outrageously expensive because bears live a long time and breed slowly.
So it's not even good enough as survival rations? That part about it being expensive makes me feel like it would be better if I just went to the store and bought some hot pockets.
I did consider the option of killing the bear for the fresh meat, but I hear alot of them are protected species. Also, they're none too willing to just give their meat to you.
If you owned a movie theater, what sort of food would you serve?
Me? I'd serve crab legs.
Poprocks as an appetiser, then crawfish w/corn, and steel reserves to wash it all down.
Good times from all the sounds.
>coastal states rule, the blogpost.
Even some flyover states have some great freshwater fishing. Get some.
Some of you fellow co/ck/s may remember the purple cauliflower from last week. I still have some left, so I used it here. Also the fishmonger is great and had some really nice looking scallops today. I just wanted a quarter pound for my one serving.
Looka dat lovely sear. Shame some of the flaky salt came off. I used the same pan for the vegetables, so it went to use there.
Whole wheat linguine, asparagus, purple cauliflower, shaved carrots sauteed with citrus salt, lemon, a touch of white wine, butter and herbs. Topped with a tiny amount of dill
>Several fast food restaurants and food processors, from McDonald's to General Mills, have made recent pledges to transition to a cage-free egg supply in the coming years. On Monday, Taco Bell moved to outdo them all.
>The chain announced this morning that it will convert 100 percent of its egg products to cage-free by the end of 2016. Meeting that ambitious deadline would make the...
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>meaningless buzzwords that mean sick chickens don't get medication when they do actually need it (instead of just flushing everyone with it which ie admittly bad) and male chicks are still ground into a paste as soon as theyre born