I tried cooking some pork ass in a hole in the ground, as I often do, but something went awry. When I uncovered it 6 or so hours later, it was entirely uncooked, as if the perfect coals I had going when I buried it had died as soon as they were covered. Now, I would say they were suffocated, but I've done this so many times, and this has never happened. Is it bad charcoal? Anyway, my main question is: if I try cooking this pork (which sat in a tepid hole in the ground for 6 hours) in my oven and eat it, will I die?
Is it possible to carbonate coffee?
Of course it is. Though, you might run into a problem with the temperature. CO2 gas is more soluble in cold liquids than hot liquids. Since coffee is typically served hot it won't retain very much carbonation.
You could use a sodastream or pic related to carbonate any aqueous solution.
You might have better luck if you carbonate iced coffee. But then you would end up with carbonated iced coffee which will probably be bad. I haven't tried it, but I work at a Starbucks and I'll try it today and I'll let you know the result if the thread is still up
What's the hardest Recipe in the World to not fuck up?
My bet is on Beef Wellington,getting the meat perfectly rare,the pastry cooked without getting soggy and making the duxelle not to dry and not to wet so it doesn't ruin the dough is fucking hard
the soggy bottom thing is a bit vexing but i really don't think wellington is generally that hard, you have to do it like once or twice to get a feel for how it should be assembled and it's quite easy to not overcook as the steak is well insulated.
precooking the meat will prevent it from leaching juices into the pastry, using a wire rack is a common solution as is wrapping the duxelles in a crepe (though i'm not sure how effective this really is). precooking is probably the most effective solution
I'm looking for a really good recipe for peanut butter.
I eat a lot of peanut butter and as the peanut butter on jar is quite expensive I would appreciate a recipe on it so I can do it myself. The price per 1 kg shouldn't be higher than 20 bucks or so.
I would prefer to not use ingredients only owned by a single brand but instead only things that is accessible in every grocery store.
The texture of the peanut butter is preferably crunchy.
Help dearly appreciated.
I've got an interview/work trial coming up at a high end restaurant in a city near me. The head chef has been trained to a Michelin star level and I've never even stepped foot in a professional kitchen.
I'm nervous guys, any tips to help a fellow cu/ck/ out?
be fast. hustle. especially since you are a noob.
if you don't know what to do ask questions before you fuck it up
asks the other cooks how to do shit don't bother the chef all the time
show up early. don't complain. don't get frustrated. don't halfass anything.
whats the secret to making food that gives orgasms and explodes clothes?
bitches love sugar.
make something with as much sugar and chocolate and maybe ice cream that you think is remotely edible and then cover it in a chocolate sauce and throw some pieces of chocolate on it
look what I made
Is there a better restaraunt than Chick-fil-A? No there isn't. I can't believe it's taken so long for Reviewbrah to do a video about the Spicy Chicken Sandwich. I'm happy whenever I eat Chick-fil-A. If I could eat there everyday I would.
Some people are pissed they "hate" the gays
I'm just pissed they're closed on Sunday. Can't even begin to count how much of my business they lost by not being open on Sunday
Usually I just get the tenders because I'm boring like that. Certainly worth driving 10 miles to it rather than going to the KFC I can walk to, though.
>chaat, butter chicken, saag paneer
>Basmati rice, Indian 5 spice chicken, aloo chaat
>Anything not Indian
Can I get a "uh huh"?
So what exactly is bad for you in energy drinks? I get the sugar free ones, but there's a shit ton of "ingredients" that I can't pronounce which I assume is bad. Also, I noticed it says one can has like 600% of my daily B12 or some shit, which I also assume is bad.
>which i assume is bad
That's because you're a dumb motherfucker. They're perfectly safe. B12 is a scam because no one is b12 deficient unless they can't absorb it so it wouldn't help anyway, you just piss it out. Everything is chemicals and just because you can't read basic phonetically spelled nomenclature doesn't mean the evil corporashuns are trying to kill you.
caffeine bad in excessive amounts (like any chemical/drug)
b12 bad in certain people's reactions, or could be okay and you'll just piss out the excess in a fluorescent stream
trace chemicals may or may not be bad
paying a shitload for caffeine sugar water is the most retarded thing
Does someone has a home made recipe or something for keeping my breath fresh?
Not matter what i do my breath gets fucking rancid, im cursed or something.
you need to see the dentist and tell him to clean your shit up...
then after the dentist fixes your rotten mouth, keep it clean with daily brushing and flossing..
crazy idea.. we know...
name something better in north carolina
protip: you cant
What do you think of cafeteria style restaurants, /ck/? Lucy's, Piccadilly, and Furrs come to mind. For you non Americans it's sort of like a buffet, but not. You stand in line and get a tray. First there are assorted salads you can get for additional charge. Then you pick your meat out of about 15 main entrees and they hand it to you. Then you pick two veggies/sides and a bread. At the end if you want you can get dessert for extra money. At the end of the line you pay and sit down, no table service. For whatever reason mostly old people and blacks frequent these establishments.
The food is usually much better, they don't run out of the good stuff, the general public doesn't touch it, and you normally get more food than you can eat for cheaper than a buffet.
Why do people hate B dubz so much? The blazin sauce is very good