What's the best from scratch Bloody Mary recipe?
My alcoholic grandmother made them the best. Don't know her exact recipe.
My pleb recipe:
>Mrs. T's or V8 tomato juice
>Splash of Tabasco
>Omit worsterschire sauce
>1/2 teaspoon horse radish (or to taste)
Garnish with green olives on a tooth pick.
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good vodka (the worse it is, the more you taste the booze)
The real part is the garnish. PIckled asparagus, garnish, beef sticks, pearl onions, pickled garlic. Put most of those in first to flavor the drink.
Yes, you could use straight tomato juice and then season it, but it really won't make it much better in the end other than stroking your ego.
Sup, /ck/. Due to a combination of poor planning and bad luck I find myself in the terrible position of being shit poor. Luckily(?) I found out about this during a trip to the grocery store, so I just might be able to live until the end of next month with what I've bought. Why this matters to you is the fact that I'm going to be posting my meals here in order to push down my crippling anxiety over the fact that I have 2 dollars to my name. Also, I am not a skilled chef at all and will not be listening to input. Enjoy! We start with ramen.
I didn't buy the ramen specifically for this situation, I just happened to get a box of it about a month ago, which is lucky. There have been L33T RAMEN HAX posted here since time immemorial, so I guess this is my chance to test what I remember. I'm using some spicy ramen, kamoboko, sesame oil an egg and some pork steak that I got cheap.
So I guess I'm going to cook this pork steak first. Here's some sea salt I'm put on both sides, then I left it to drop to room temperature.
I put it in a skillet with some canola oil which is...correct? I never really use cast iron skillets.
Times food science went too far.
A Sweet Beef bulgogi. Tasty? Anyone likes it? :)
so now that im browning my butter and adding mozzarella to my KD. What are some things I can do to jazz it up even more?
Dijon mustard, some fresh tomatoes and chives, a little garlic, add a protein if you want, deglaze with some Marsala, top it with some seasoned bread crumbs and throw it under the broiler, finish it with some fresh green onion.
I've hear some people like putting plain yogurt instead of milk in it. If I were going to do that, I'd probably put some curry powder in there too.
I myself just put a few shakes of black pepper on it. It's pleb-tier mac and cheese, don't get too fancy
ITT: Ingredients that could make dog shit delicious
>pic very much related
This and Louisana hot sauce are the only correct answers
This shit any good?
Do you sear your steak, grill it, or both?
I'm convinced that just searing it to the point of rare or medium rare is the best way. My dad thinks I'm a faggot. What do you think?
What are some good independently owned and operated breweries? Me? I'd have to go with Sam Adams.
My microwave is kill. What should I replace it with?
Has anyone ever had any luck making couscous? Mine seems to always end either too crunchy or too soggy. What am I doing wrong?
>watch chopped for years
>always say they should have real chefs like on iron chef as contestants
>just discovered on youtube that they have chopped: after hours, where the judges need to make a dish from one of the baskets
It's kind of a hugbox, but it's neat to see what the judges would make.
/ck/ I need your advice.
I'm having a girl over tomorrow night and I said I'd cook her dinner. I consider myself a pretty decent cook, but she's told me she doesn't like tomatoes, beans or onions...
Like, what the fuck am I supposed to cook? I'm English and almost everything I make has at least one of those ingredients in it.
tl;dr What do you cook for someone who doesn't like tomatoes, beans or onions.
What are you guys making for dinner?
Whenever I don't have my oatmeal for lunch it feels like there's something off. It tastes best with milk and ever better with fruit. Oatmeal