Tips on cooking quail?
So I opened I a bottle of an ultra rare $550 bottle of bicentennial Jack Daniels without realizing its a collectors item....
It's my roommates his grandpa gave it to him. We opened it and each of us had a small glass to celebrate the first deer he killed. So, it's all in good spirits???
there is literally no reason to eat broccoli or cauliflower when this exists.
If I buy two Banh Mi sandwiches and eat one for lunch, will I have to refrigerate the second one if I want to eat it for dinner, or will it spoil in that amount of time?
I try not to leave things like meat out for more than a couple of hours. It may still be ok after longer than that, but it may not.
Really depends on the meat and the temperature of wherever you're leaving it.
How do you help non-foodies see the light?
Visiting my parents and it's bringing back bad food memories of my childhood. It's a literally just a household chore to them.
My strategy until now has been cooking for them sometimes (difficult because getting them to try new things takes a lot of pre-planning, the moon must be in alignment etc.). I tried giving pointers or asking what they're doing but it's the absolute worst. They react like I'm telling them they're scrubbing the toilet wrong. I'm not exaggerating when I say it's...
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That sounds insane.
But frfr, just don't give them a choice, it's how I fixed my pleb boyfriend.
>21 and wouldn't eat anything that was anywhere near an onion.
Am I the only one who likes white pepper? Not a big fan of other peppers but I put this shit in a lot of my cooking. I never see it mentioned anywhere, sorely underrated condiment IMO
He could cook his own juicy barbecued burger of fine ground beef between two white bread buns roasted in the oven with herbed butter but NO
Be decided to buy that crap
Ladies and gentlemen, slav here.
Today I shall show to you how to make ox tail stew. I am saddened by the fact that you baby-men can cook nothing better than ramen. You will say to me: "But Slav! We are just poorfags!" Nonsense, a stew is made with worst cuts of meat, basically with scraps. A real man needs to know how to stew. Da! Let's begin!
>1 - 1.5 kg ox tail
>1.5 kg - 2 kg young beef, cubed. The tougher the cut, the better.
>3 - 3.5 kg onions, diced
>2 spoonfuls of sunflower seed oil or 1 spoonful of lard
>1 tablespoon of thyme
>1 pinch of basil
>6 bay leaves
>1 tablespoon of paprika
>1 clove of garlic, finely chopped
>1 sheet/ 2 tablespoons of gelatin (optional)
>half a liter of tomato puree/tomato pulp, what have you
>half a liter of red wine with attitude, I prefer the Mali Plavac sort from the island of Lastovo. Primitivo or Pinot Noir will do too.
Cut the oxtail into segments. Cube the meat into inch-sized cubes. Dice the onions. It is manly to cry at this step, for you are murdering the tiny life of onions.
Throw your lard or oil into a decent sized pot, the bigger the better. When it is hot enough, throw all the onions in, then furiously stir them for about half an hour. If it starts to stick to the pot, throw in some wine, but do not throw the entire quantity.
After your onions have turned all nice and glossy, throw in the meat and the tail. Sear the meat and onions on high heat, furiously...
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What is your favorite food to get at Ikea?
What does /ck/ think about Action Bronson?
What is the biggest meme sweet you can think of?
Baked Alaska, Cherries Jubilee or Bananas Foster get my vote.
Especially when a restaurant has a cringeworthy satellite "kitchen" on the dining floor and a cook preparing said dishes with giant flames coming off the pan for "show".
How is it possible that pickles are so vastly superior to cucumbers?
Over many, many years, mankind has discovered that cooking, curing, seasoning, or otherwise manipulating food found in nature, grown, or raised as livestock can improve it's flavor, make it last longer, or otherwise make it more beneficial to us.
Commencing Saturday night, drunk af after a long week picture dump..
Got some cool shit for yall
>come into work tuesday, see a huge box with a fin sticking out of it
>boss tells me he has a special project for me to get on right away
>has me pull the fish out of the box and get it set up on a table
>it's a 70 lb halibut
>i'm a flyover native from cleveland, so i have no idea what to do with a fish like this
>tells me i have to filet it and that it was $900 so i better not fuck it up
>shows me how to do one filet
>i do the next, fuck it up a little bit
>flip it over, fuck it up a little bit less
>third filet went well and it was a clean separation from the ribcage
feels good, man
Hey guys, got any tips for a poor college fag on how to eat for little money?
Enough about memefoods. Let's talk about MREs, survival food, and other long shelf life stuff /ck/.
What's the worst MRE you've eaten?
Do you have emergency food stored in your pantry for in case shit hits the fan?
MREs are field rations. They aren't very good long term survival food. Mountain House lasts much longer and actually tastes good. After a decade in combat arms, I'd be delighted if I never saw another shitty MRE again.
Should I dump the 17 MRE screencaps I have?