Wings are the perfect food. Yummy.
How does /ck/ like theirs?
What's the most awesome protein?
plant proteins, specifically seitan. it had double the protein than chicken. plant proteins have also been proven to be digested better and used more efficiently. don't let the fatties tell u chicken does anything. also milk/beef contains ridiculous amounts of estrogen so u may want to stay away from that as well
I'll bite: how am I meant to season food?
I am relatively new to nice kitchen knives.
I got this from family who came back from Japan and it is fantastic. Stainless 240mm Masamoto Gyuto. I recently got a basic stone to sharpen it and did an alright job but scratched it up a little.
What is your knife? Do you prefer Japanese or Western style? Anyone else have a Masamoto? How often do you sharpen your knife?
What is the most useful tool in a professional kitchen in your opinion.
Personally I'd take a tilt skillet if I had a choice of one piece of equipment It's so versital. Soups searing Shit even storage at the end of night
Probably the convection oven? Or the walk-in? Or the grill?
If I had to pick just one I'd probably go with the oven-stove-salamander-flattop combo.
Or did you mean stuff that isn't appliances? In that case the answer is obviously the chef's knife, because that's used in practically everything.
Dump what ya got
What's your favorite thing you own in your kitchen?
>quit all candy and refined sugar
Well, this was easy. After 3 months stuff like peppers and broccoli now taste sweet to me
>quit all non-vegtable/fruit carbs because diet
This sucks. I can do without pasta but I really, really miss bread and all baked products (I live in Germany, the heaven of bread)
>try to quit salt because my heart is allready fucked enough
Impossible. Fucking impossible. I just can't do without it. I'm really baffled how easy it was for me to quit sugar but not salt for some reason.
It has more uses than just flavor though.
Just don't eat a fuck load of it.
How many people here have experienced this, from either the customer or the chef side?
Just watched 30 seconds of the video and can assure everyone that it's not worth opening.
It's not funny, and coming from both FoH and BoH experience, it's entirely inaccurate and just plain stupid. That is all.
I feel for that guy on the date. Women take relationships so slowly.
Video was funny, but I haven't really experienced something like that.
So all the chefs on here that proclaim to serve the shittiest, out-of-date slab of meat to people who ask for a well-done steak, well, those people don't actually exist, since your experience doesn't bear that out. Correct?
>hurr durr, if they want shoe leather, they can have shoe leather
>get 20 chickens for my backyard because I love eggs
Stop liking eggs after 6 months and now i'm stuck with these chickens.
>get 5 beehives for my backyad because I love honey
Got a lifetime supply after 1 harvest and now i'm stuck with these bees.
Food is a meme
/ck/, when I was a young lad I lived in Indiana. A local bar my mom went to had these awesome pork tenderloin sandwiches, spreading bountifully away from the bun even more so than pic related. Also had crinkle cut fries funnily enough. Anyway, I've never had one since leaving, and I'd like to make it. Any of you have a favorite recipe or any tips to share?
Post regional foods from your country. Give a short description of its qualities, location and origins if you know them, and rate it if you have had it.
This is the Chopped Cheese. It comes from the Bronx in NYC. You can also find it sometimes in Queens or Brooklyn, but it is rare south of 96th street. It is different depending on where you go, but they all are served on a bun of some sorts and are ground meat with cheese melted over it. I like ones with lettuce and tomato and mayo. It's like a philly cheesesteak but cheaper to make and for the hood that matters....
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Wisconsin cheese curds are a fresh cheese that noticeably "squeak" against your teeth when you eat them. Just straight up they kinda suck but when battered and deep fried and served with some sort of ranch or garlic sauce you may cream your pants
I had never heard of boiled peanuts until I saw some in a gas station in Georgia. They taste different this way I don't know why. I would rather have them roasted but they are slightly easier to eat which probably is why they are a popular roadside snack
What are you ordering?
Chicago deep dish pizza thread. Post your experience with then, post pictures of them, and discuss your favorite methods of making them.
Can I post yet?