Hey everyone. So I like to make my own pasta from scratch, and I want to make some and send it to a family friend who lives a few states away. (Probably just cut it as spaghetti)
Does anyone have any idea how I might do this?
I was thinking about cutting it and letting it dry on cookie sheets in my oven (not on) overnight until they were dry and then just packaging. (BTW I've never let homemade pasta dry before, anyone have any tips or ideas??)
I do have a vacuum sealer though. And would letting my homemade pasta dry effect how good it tastes (I already know...
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A food for thought; how do supermarkets package their freshmade pastas? Also, you could just get a plastic tuber ware and place it in there then ship it. It'll make sure air doesn't get in and I feel like that'll be your best bet
I saw this shit in a Whole Foods in NYC, and what the fuck. This is 11 dollars for a bottle the side of my palm
AND NOT ONLY THAT...
THE INGREDIENTS ARE JUST OLIVE OIL, and "FLAVORING"
Is this a fucking scam?
Who /serviceindustry/ here?
How was your week?
Dominos delivery driver here. Been here a month, they already want to make me an MIT. They only make 9 an hour which is less I made washing dishes and less I would make on the road delivering. On the other hand, it would be good experience. I hate it all though and I work 9-11 hour days for relatively little pay, the management is pretty bad, although a nice enough guy, and there are a number of jerks there.
What actually is the problem with "chicago style"?
It's basically a pizza for people who want more pizza.
We have "american style" sushi, where it's basically Japanese sushi boats but for one person.
We have "dagwood" sandwiches, which are sandwiches that are made by stacking ingredients 1 foot high.
What's the problem with a pizza made using the same reasoning?
aww shit, what hotdog should I get?
maybe I'll just try the chicago, I haven't had it before
Ballast point > Rogue > Stone
I fucking love brie but I only ever eat it plain on crostinis. What else can I do with it?
Why do I never see smoked lamb anywhere?
Lamb was traditionally slaughtered in the Spring. Smoked storehouse meats were usually made out of pigs, which were slaughtered in the Fall. You ate smoked pig to get you through the winter, and celebrated getting through by eating fresh lamb in the Spring.
Or that's how I always figured it.
I'm French and my grandfather used to make smoked lamb leg in a brick woodfire oven (that we also used for homemade pizzas).
Maybe lamb is more expensive in the US than the usual beef/pork hence why you don't see it around in bbqs?
It's a bit too fatty and gamey to smoke, and also for the same reasons >>7748268 pointed out - lambing season is in spring, and the traditional dishes that require lam do not ask for smoked.
Explain yourselves you disgusting faggots
>tfw living in a country where the national food are basically sauces
>tfw nobody actually knows how to make good sauces
>tfw getting a sauce to your meat is something extraordinary here
Welcome to Czechia.
Do you like sports drinks? I know they're not better health wise than soda but I prefer them as soft drinks
Nothing better than a grape gatorade poured over ice when you are hungover and dehydrated
How the fuck do I make mayonnaise? Is there any bulletproof recipe for this? When I tried making it for the first time, I actually came out with a perfect product I was handwhisking it and pouring the oil in by the drops. Since then I always fucked it up and I don't know why.
I even tried it to make it with hand blender like a retard today and I fucked that up too.
Am I destined to buy this from the market for the rest of my life?
Hey /ck/, I've never cooked lamb before and I want to try. Do you have any good recipes?
For shanks I tend to do pic related.
For a whole leg I have a recipe somewhere with herbs (greek inspired) or with cumin (more middle-eastern) if you want them?
five guys general
who getting some based five guys today? what do you get on your burger?
i just moved to a apartment , i live alone, one week in and i am already tired of eating ramen and microwave food
any (healtier) and easier foods for a lazy ass as me?
learn to brine chicken pieces and pan sear then oven roast them.
baked potatoes are easy, but take like an hour.
cut up some cauliflower, season with some salt and black pepper and roast in a 425 degree oven. you can also do this with asparagus and carrots. how long will depend on the size of the vegetables.
burgers are easy. just get 80/20 ground beef, form into a concave patty (shaped kind of like a red blood cell) and cook in a pan or grill, only turn once, only touch it when you turn it.