I plan on making some chocolate truffles as a cheaper Christmas present for a few people and I was wondering if any of you knew flavours that work well in them.
I was thinking of doing some tea truffles but I'm not as sure if the flavour will come through well enough.
Can be dark, milk or white chocolate.
Chocolate thread in general as well I guess.
Truffles are fairly forgiving, since you end up rolling them in some coating. So the temper is less finicky.
Shiny chocolate bonbons like those in your OP are a PITA. I have recipes for both if you want them however.
I did some red velvet and dark chocolate truffles a while ago, and the flavors were able to work well with each other. As long as you make them pretty and not like little turd balls they're a great gift
I'm fine on how to make truffles, I've made both kinds (coated in chocolate and not) before but they were both just plain ones; thank you for the offer however. the advise im looking for is flavours to go in.
what made them red velvet? did they have actual cake inside or did you just colour the core?
Daily reminder: if you put crackers and cheese in with chili you're a fucking man-child who should stick to chicken tenders and ketchup.
That is all, you may continue.
So they started importing Oreos in my local supermarkets now.
Yeah, these cookies are pretty good.
I spent 6-8 hours a day in a small restaurant cranking out fancy and expensive dishes with multiple sauces. I prep and cook everything along with the chef, who also owns the restaurant.
I go home and eat $1.00 microwave entrees.
I feel guilty.
Pic related, what I cook erryday
The pictures are from their website and taken before I came to work there. The former cook was an old nigger fired for smoking crack on the clock. Lambchops marinated in a secret seasoning blend, grilled, sliced, slathered in a jalapeño mint glaze and re-grilled.
So one of our cooking magazines wrote an article for Christmas about making Christmascookies with mince,anybody interested in a picture/recipe dump?
If I had a scanner I'd use it
For some reason 4chan seems to flip all my pictures
No other microwave meals can beat this.
What is the best pasta sauce in a jar and why is it Rao's Marinara?
Is it very common in the US to not cook sauce yourself but buy it premade?
What's your favorite kind of 'sta? My favorite is spag bol with mince patties cooked in the bol.
Is there anything besides Fastfood and Junkfood Murica has brought to the world?
I feel like making jalapeno cheddar bread, but I've got no yeast, and I'm also too lazy to go to the store and buy some. So the question is, what does yeast actually do for the bread, and do I really need it? I know there are recipes for yeastless bread out there, but none for yeastless jalapeno cheddar bread. So can I take a basic bread recipe and just not add yeast? Or is there something extra I need to do if I don't have the yeast? Or is good, yeastless, jalapeno cheddar bread just a pipe dream?
It will be a dense brick of not even cooked "bread".
Use baking soda or powder for soda bread. It's still pretty dense, and not all that chewy. But it's good. You could make cake too.
Whats /ck/ opinion on canned foor sea foon in particular
I personally love this stuff and was wondering if u guys had any recommendations on good high quality canned sea food
We've been having progressively more regular canned seafood threads over the past couple of years.
My guess is that OP has, somewhere in the back of his head, decided it's a new meme, and he's probably going to spam this every day from now on...
Seems like how thing have been going around here recently.
What can I do with Spam? How can I cook it?
cut it into slices no more than half an inch thick, cook it in a frying pan (dont need oil it has enough fat in it) until its crispy and starting to darken on the outside
dress it the same way you would a hotdog
that is the basic entry level way to spam
Hey anon, I was checking out that CookingFor Engineers site and they recommended cooking bacon at 200 degrees for 3 hours. Which got me to scheming.
> Couple frozen strips of bacon
> On a frozen sheet pan
> Place in oven at midnight
> Oven auto-starts at 4:30am, 200 deg F
> Wake up 7:30am for delicious fresh bacon
Is this plan going to kill me with food poisoning?
Just throw a couple slabs outside on your window sill the night before, and when you wake up at 3 in the afternoon the next day they should be cooked.
>protip: check the weather forecast the day before
say you a guest in someones house and you are staying for dinner. what they serve is awful. how would you handle this situation? bonus points if its your partners moms cooking.
my friend thinks i'm a fucking weirdo for eating "lightly fried potato chunks with no seasoning", which I must admit is an apt description of this meal. Is he right?