Does /ck/ like this series on Netflix? I've recently gotten into it and found most of them to be very good.
The 2nd episode of s2 on Chef Alex Atala is my favorite. Got pretty emotional watching tbqh.
I am also on s2e2 anon, one of my new favorite shows. 2bh alex atala was my least favorite episode so far though, but it was still good. the one before that, grant achatz was probably my favorite, hit me right in the feels.
A bit too pretentious for me.
There are only so many ways that I can look at slow panning shots of overdesigned food and cooking processes while listening to people say things that sound meaningful but doesn't actually say anything.
Anyone tried 711 buffalo wings? I just saw them in my store for the first time today. Looked up reviews and it seems like people like them.
I worked at 7/11 last year, it's just a shitty frozen wing sitting under a heat lamp for too long. The flavor's average. If you want to get them, order more than are out on display so they have to heat some up fresh. Maybe even wait until there's one or two left when you show up.
What are some nice /ck/ youtube channel?
Posting Helen Rennie
one pot chef show
of course my boy olliver
souther living, this one is recently new for me, still haven't tried their recipes
/ck/ I'm poor and feeling pretty tired all the time probably from malnourishment.
I have pots, pans and knives, a stove and an oven but no microwave, what are some essentials I should pick up when I go shopping tomorrow? I've got $100 between my roommate and I to spend on food.
Get a 5 pound bag of rice.some chicken thighs (or whatever's cheap) and keeo chicken stockpiled in freezer.and toilet paper.get some Santa Maria seasoning as well for chicken and other seasonings other than that.about it.
I have not heard anyone eating this stuff in years.
It used to be everywhere out west but no longer.
Forgotten soup thread
I've never understood the appeal of Manhattan clam chowder. New England, I understand, because it's a creamy clam chowder. But, if I wanted a tomato based soup with clams, I'd just make bouillabaisse or cioppino instead.
Food/Drink Combinations that you would recommend
That might not be as bad as it looks.
I mix cottage cheese and ketchup and its fucking awesome.
I read in a history book that NIxon used to do it so I gave it a shot .
This is a photo of a sitting US president eating the concoction.
>cottage cheese and ketchup
please just die already
r8 my plate
Bout to slide this is the oven...what ya think
Have you ever been to an old-school Polynesian restaurant?
I don't mean some recently-established hipster tiki bar, I mean the classic Polynesian place serving all manner of fruity drinks and sticky sauces.
I'll be damned if I can find one around here but I figure some have got to still be out there.
Came across this website a few months ago and it's a little scary how thoroughly informed it is.
Apparently the only tiki bar near me is some random guys basement that he converted into a tiki bar, full of antiques and shit. Also turns out that the place where I had my first job as a dishwasher got turned into a tiki restaurant.
There's only two near me. Well, only one, actually, the other is just a bar. In SF, Smuggler's Cove (just a bar, but awesome), and the Tonga Room, which is very old school (and old, been open since 1945) underneath the Fairmont hotel. The Tonga Room is the real deal, and tons of fun, but it's pricey (of course it is, it's in SF). It was on a episode of one of Anthony Bourdain's shows, I believe. Don't know which one, because I never watched it, just heard that it was on his show.
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Apples are better than Oranges
Just came home from another diving session. Got pic related, not much, but enough to make a tasty (sour) orange juice.
Oh well, I believe that tomorrow I will have more success!
What did you find lately?
OP here, dumping all my finds. (some things may be missing)
What are some good foods to eat in hot weather?
Steel cut oats cooked in rice cooker.
>the current year
>eating literal horse feed
Go to bed, Mr. Ed.
its oatmeal. What do you expect?
what's the general consensus on anthony bourdain?
he gets to meet the president but rarely we can watch him cooking.
He admits freely that he's a shit cook who had a lot of experience in the industry and it helped him land a job as a head chef with a desperate restaurateur. Most of his career was spent working as a line cook and smoking crack. He only did the chef thing for a few years, and then wrote a book and was able to GTFO. You can read all about it in the aforementioned book which is titled Kitchen Confidential (and is actually really good).
He can be a dumb liberal at times, but he's entertaining and makes...
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his monologues make me want to vomit. his pretentiousness comes from a place of misguided self-importance. someone told him that he was really cool when he was in his late twenties and that smug inflation has stuck around and made him into the person he is today
How can something be cotton candy flavored if cotton candy is just sugar?