let's discuss our love of japanese curry and perhaps share tips on how to improve the dish with special ingredients or brand recommendations
i'm planning on making beef japanese curry tomorrow, what cut of meat would be best? would it be better to replace the water with stock/beef bouillon?
anybody ever make it with bacon? i feel like that would either be a waste of bacon or be really tasty
I've always been a fan of Just One when it comes to Japanese dishes. http://www.justonecookbook.com/japanese-beef-curry/
However, this recipe seems to go far above and beyond how I normally prepare my curry. Has anyone ever made their Japanese curry with red wine/ginger/tomato paste? Does it taste noticeably better than without those ingredients?
Also I've never needed to skim the scum off my curry before.. What does scum do anyways in a dish?
When at the grocery store, do you ever feel insecure about the foods you've put into the cart because the other customers, particularly the hot milfs, will be judging you solely based on your selection?
This guy comes into your kitchen and asks you to make your best dish.
What do you do?
I am about to finish my Chinese Pomegranate that I brought with a bunch of other weird Mexican fruits. That makes me want to try more fruits
How do you make iced coffee at home?
I freeze my leftover coffee in an ice cube tray
My favorite trick for making it quick is to make double strength coffee (2 tbsp per 6 oz water), mix it with sugar and creme, or condensed milk, or flavored creamer, whatever, then stir in the ice and immediately shove it in the fridge. It usually chills in 5 mins without melting all the way
I use hand-cut artisanal ice cubes.
What would you add to a plain cheese sandwich?
Preferably things that keep for a while, so no un-pickled vegetables or fruit, or slices of meat and all that.
Choose the restaurant who makes better chiken KFC or Popeyes, and get 50$ gift card
Do we all agree that dark chocolate is a meme and that milk chocolate is superior because it actually tastes good?
Good chocolate > Shitty Chocolate
Doesn't matter how dark or milky a chocolate is, if it' shit quality chocolate, it's shit, period
A lot of people with poor understanding of chocolate have incorrect ideas about whether dark is better than milk, based on their limited exposure to high quality chocolate
Protip: if your idea of good chocolate is lindt, your opinions are automatically invalid
Anyone else despise food being served like this?
Here in London nearly every restaurant does this. It was probably the biggest insult in my life having my food served to me in half a wellington boot or having my chips served in a little metal basket (which allows the chips to touch the filthy table below it). There's really nothing more humiliating than the giggling as people stare at your culinary abortion presented before you and then degrade yourself as you eat out of a fucking dog bowl, dust pan, boot, mirror or whatever they can think of. It's pretentious and embarrassing.
I've made a habit of taking these non plates home with me. If I take enough of them home hopefully restaurants will have to resort back to using normal plates.
If I was EVER served this I'd push it onto the floor.
Here's a good example.
Whenever I get served stuff like this, I just take it home and put it in the bin.
Why isn't this board cancer-filled with patrician/cancer culture like all the other boards are? Why is it so fucking comfy here all the time?
Have you ever had to do the walk of shame?
>debit card compromised a few days ago, card cancelled
>still have visa credit card
>go to costco
>fill up cart with $93 in food
>get to checkout
>"We only take American Express credit cards"
>people behind me starring now
>have to leave my buggy and walk out empty handed
Something like that happened to me a few years ago at whole foods, I can't remember why but I had taken my credit cards out of my wallet for some reason (might have been to scan them into my google wallet) and I only had something like $30 in cash which was enough for like three things
I said I'd be back (at the time I honestly kind of believed somehow that I'd come back), but then I got lazy and didn't
Wat up /ck/?
I am making a modified Sacher Torte using a recipe on epicurious for my spouse's birthday. Will post live updates. Hope you can join me.
First I made a piece of paper for my cake pan (pie pan) and set the oven to preheat to 350
Buttered the pan and paper (on both sides) generously and sprinkled some flour on
Melting 4.5 oz of chocolate. I think I will use a little extra.
this might sound really stupid but, is there any simple dish that can be made by a blind person? hopefully one that does not need any usage of knife
my girlfriend is blind and she really wants to cook something for my mom's birthday next month, but she insists on me not helping her on preparations
i'm thinking of donuts but that doesn't really count as a dish though
>hot oil is less dangerous than a knife
Anyone who knows how to properly use a knife can chop shit blindfolded. Even people who've been doing it for years still get the occasional burn when deep frying shit.
Why is the orange such a shit fruit? It is complicated to eat, unlike the banana, it is quite the chore to peel the skin off to a satisfactory level....furthermore, the juice tends to get everywhere making quite the mess
Oranges are better off being turned into juice
Am I the only one that destroys my body with shitty vodka like this?