Good Mushroom substitutes? Need something that can act like mushrooms, but aren't.
I'm allergic to most of the cunts but I see a lot of dishes with them, what can I use in its stead thats good?
Trying to do some fun stuff with pork, and most of its either mushrooms or sweet.
>act like mushrooms
In what way? You're going to need to be more specific than that.
Absorbs flavors? Many vegetables do that. So does tofu and tempeh.
Has a savory/umami flavor? Meats or fermented/cured vegetable products: soy sauce, tamari, douchi, etc.
Duplicating the texture? Meats (depending on how you cook them, of course). Root vegetables.
IPAs are a shit meme beer only drank by hipsters that don't know anything about beer
No, I've had one or two that tasted good.
It's the ones who think that just a ton of hops and being extremely bitter make it good and think struggling to drink a beer is a good thing that ruin them.
I can't go back to my local supermarket and the next nearest one is 3 miles away. I don't know how to drive, so my only option is to order my food online.
I'm thinking I can buy bulk rice and beans off Amazon and just live off that. It's pretty cheap too, and I think it contains enough nutrients to live on. Obviously I could vary it by ordering multiple types of beans. I can even order spices online to make it more interesting.
Is there any other good food to buy online? It would be nice to have some variety, maybe some frozen vegetables or fruit, I don't know where to get them though. I don't think it's possible to get meat online so I'll have to become vegetarian for a while.
I've been lurking around for a while, finding some great recipes, so now I thought I'd share one of my own recipes.
I'm not a professional chef, but I do consider myself quite good and the people that have tried my cooking certainly enjoyed it :)
Stay tuned for more pictures and instructions!
Okay so start by buttering up a pan with a good chunk of butter.
Meanwhile I'll show you the ingredients I'm gonna use.
Here's all the ingredients I'll use!
I probably won't add the cheese but I'm showing it because some people really like cheese.
All ingredients are:
>one "slice" of pita bread (optional what bread you choose)
>raspberry jam (optional)
While the egg is starting to fry I'm slicing open the bread. I'll be making a pastry more or less to spread on the inside of the bread.
Hello my fellow /ck/ Americans. I'm visiting New York in August and have no idea about the local cuisine. I knew about that Jew Deli i saw on TV and thats it. im fucking clueless. What are the must have food on New York? a specific name is very much appreciated.
>inb4 Asean Food
eastern asian is still welcome, i just felt that recommending ASEAN food is pointless
Here let me save us all some time:
>jew York a shit
>If it's popular it's bad
>I walked down st Mark's once while drunk therefore there's nothing good to eat except on st Mark's
>go to Brooklyn and spend 2 hours on the subway for something you can get in the city
>extremely outdated advice from a middle aged soccer mom who came here once on a school trip
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I'm an aussie and I spent a few weeks in New York, basically just walked around looking for good food the whole time. American food on the whole is much nicer than Australian imo, so my tastes might be a little skewed. I basically just googled lists of the best burgers or whatever in nyc.
My favourite was the steakhouse burger at a place called The Brindle Room in the lower east side. Best burger I've had in my life hands down
Interesting advice, will google.
forgot to mention that im Indonesian. Really used to flags i forgot its not /int/ nor /pol/. I like food with various herbs and spices aka "Rich" not really into spicy food because i find american hot sauce, siracha, mexican hot sauce is repulsive.
>If it's popular it's bad
How do you eat a cobb salad?
Are these actually popular in the US or is it a meme like Fosters?
I'm new to this board and I don't know why there is no questions thread so I'll make one.
I'm making Calzone this Weekend, just havent completely decided on the fillings yet.
was thinking peppers, jalapenos, mushrooms, onions, garlic and chicken.
anyone got some other ideas for me?
Like most of /ck/ I'm a full blown alcoholic.
It's functional alcoholism at this advanced stage, and I very rarely get hungover anymore.
Can anyone explain what it is about fried chicken that will give you a crippling hangover that lasts about 7 hours the next day if I eat it while/after drinking?
I don't get it. Ive frequently eaten much greasier and higher calorie intake meals when drinking and have no issues, but fried chicken ruins my life the next day every time.
Also post any foods that are the same so /ck/ can know what to avoid
>he still hasn't tried camel milk
That sounds like some pseudo-science shit to me....all I know is that is tastes better, and for some reason contains curds.
Whole Foods used to sell it, but they stopped because people didn't want to drink Muslim milk. Can't trust 'em.
ITT: Things you're a sucker for
I'm a sucker for miso soup served in tiny cups (sometimes with handles) served at restaurants. It's comfy as hell.
I judge places I visit by how hood thier chocolate milk is. I drink it ohnoxiously with a small metal spoon our of a glass if available and savor it's chocolately goodness down to the very last drop.
>4 out of every 5 restaurants fail in the USA
Hey guys, I have a question. I am currently making Penne Carbonara, one of my mothers recipes, except I dont include egg. Anyway, she told me the word meant "dead things" (since she include bacon or ham, and mushrooms). But I cant find anything online that supports that, there seem to be many ideas but no definite answer to the meaning of the word. Anyway, anyone else ever heard this? Since Primavera is generally spring vegetables, and carbonara is generally made with slaughtered pigs in a a way and fungus (if you include the mushrooms) I always thought "Carbonara" meant "dead thing fall dish" and "Primavera" meant "live thing spring dish". Anyone else every been told this? Thanks guys. Want my recipe?