I'm doing Onions, Carrots, Potatos and Sirloin.
What are your favorite hobo meals?
I got a new rice cooker a week ago and was wondering if anyone knew of any other good uses with it. I've seen people use it for steaming stuff but I was wondering what else is good with it.
I love my rice cooker! Not only does it make perfect rice every time, but I can make sauces, pastas, and literally anything else I desire!
>He fell for the $300 jew machine trick
You people are fucking sad, any pot can do a better job than your rice memer
My girlfriend brought some "Silver Fish" home recently and seemed excited about it. Absolutely no clue what they are/what they taste like/what to do with them. Can barely even find any stock photos of them on the googles as most searches revert to silverfish (earwigs).
Anyone have experience cooking them? Only thing I have to work with right now is that they are "really salty" and she said they usually cooked them in scrambled eggs.
What's your best recipe for a simple tomato sauce?
Something that is not meat centric (although it could have some) for things like breadsticks and chicken parmesan.
i've kinda hit a low point with my hardcore healthy vegan diet. like i just feel so uninspired i'm only eating basic soups made with frozen organic vegetables and vegetable broth.
i don't eat anything overly processed like fake meats and try to stay away from soy unless it's fermented for obvious reasons.
What's wrong with un-fermented soy?
Also you should make falafels
uh i'm not trolling you or anything. just looking for some inspiration :)
Slice up a mango and do this. You know, that one "FOOD HACK" you saw that one time.
I was going to put peaches in but they're not ripe. Add 325 grams of yoghurt.
Living in a house with 4 people. Full time job and full time student. I don't have all the time in the world to set aside for cooking. Would love some recipes (Anything, I'm not picky) for shit that reheats well and holds well. Something I can make in mass and only have to cook like three, maybe four nights a week.
I'd like to hear suggestions from YOU guys.
You honestly can't do better than chili and rice.
Yes, you add beans. No, you can use whatever cheap ground meat you want, and load it up with whatever vegetables are in season where you live.
Served over rice it's a complete protein even if you leave out meat all together, but if it's well spiced it always tastes good, is easy to make, and is usually better as leftovers.
Come up with a retarded burger idea
Sesame seed buns
Non-aged goat cheese a la chevre
Whole mint leaves
Man, Chuck E Cheese had the best pizza
>restaurant has open soda fountain
>refills aren't free
Why is this allowed?
Hey /ck/ whats a good job in the food biz?
my old drug dealer ran a "catering" business as a front for his dealing. dude had a card reader and would sell drugs and give receipts for cupcakes and muffins and shit. his edibles were out of this world (delicious and potent)
Any german here? Do you like fermented vegetables? I finally managed to complete a batch of sauerkraut and another of beets. Is safe to eat these on a daily basis or may I develop problems? I never visited Germany, do they eat sauerkraut everyday?
Yes we eat sauerkraut every day
no it will make you strong
keep away from fucking faggot pickeled fish for shit-eating fucking Scandinavians and faggot English alcholic shitfucking romanians.
i have 4 mangoes that are at the cusp of being too ripe. I would like to utilize them before they go but I'm not sure what to do with them. Was thinking sorbet or a pie, or maybe some mango salsa but I am not sure. Havent made any of those before; what would you recommend?