So I received a call from my parents that they are coming home in 2 hours and I have to prepare something for them.
I have some chicken (pic related) and an oven.
Maybe some soy sauce and ketchup.
Is it possible to make milk tea without it sucking? What's the trick to it? And finally, for the enteral question, how retarded is this idea?
I'm craving a midnight snack. What's the best thing to eat when its late at night that doesn't involve a fuck ton of preparation?
I'm the king of this shit i do peanuts maybe ice cream if I'm feeling frisky can't go wrong with chips im a beer guy so i like the salty stuff beef jerky was always good but pretty pricy nowadays you basically gotta buy snacks
Who else here loves roast bread? I just discovered this tonight and it is the bomb.
Whats your favorite poutine? What do you add aside curd cheese, gravy and fries? Sausages? Bacon? Both? What is your favorite gravy for poutines? BBQ, brown gravy, italian sauce?
The classic, made with seasoned fries, is the best. Messing with it is usually overkill. That being said, there's a place around here that tosses their fries in a garlic/parmesan mixture and tops with gravy, canned mushrooms, and green onions with a side of garlic sauce. It's fucking amazing, but I can only get it like once a year cause I feel so sick afterward.
New England or Manhattan?
I just tried Manhattan for the first time two days ago and I must say, it's the patrician choice. Plus, it was the password in Ace Ventura.
Just kidding, Manhattan can be good, but New England is the only true patrician choice.
Cutting kryptonite thread
I order this shit every time I go out to my local pizza place... I always eat the entire 18" pie. I fucking love alfredo pizza.
You jelly /ck/?
Where do I start if I want to become good at cooking?
First you need to get a proper chefs knife and some at least halfway decent pans.
Second you need to get a good handle on ingredients. Go to a farmers market or a fish market or a butcher and ask for advice in choosing proper ingredients of their field. If your ingredients are shit then your final product will be as well.
Thirdly you have to watch God of Cookery
Fourthly you need to start making food. If you are trying something new look up 3-5 recipes on what you are making and take what you will from each one to make your own dish and then tweek it. Anyone...
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I bought a good set of stainless steel pots and pans, and a Rachel Ray cookbook. Look online for recipes, too. The first time you cook a recipe, cook it exactly like it says, then subsequent times tweak it to add more of the flavors you like and less of the ones you don't like. Sooner or later you'll figure out principles based on this and be able to apply them to other things, thus creating your own dishes.
Going vegan for a month, what are some good recipes??
what is your BEST and most FAVORITE crockpot recipe?
i'm gettin real fuckin tired of chili senpai
not OP, but I am monitoring this thread because I do live in a college dorm, and I do cook with a crockpot in there.
Red beans and rice, beef burgundy, and beef stew in rotation gets old after awhile. I'm looking for ideas.
Also used mine a hell of a lot when I was working. Leave the apartment, go to work, come back 10 hours later to hot dinner it was nice.
On a scale of 1-10, 1 being Captain D's/ Krystal and 10 being a Michelin 3-star restaurant, how would you rate the following restaurants:
>Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
Who has the best condiments? This includes ketchup, mustard, barbecue sauce, etc.
Why hasn't the government executed the heretic degenerates that thought this was a good idea?
>want to wake up
>drink cup of coffee
>immediately feel the energy rush
>immediately feel like taking a shit
>want to fall asleep
>drink warm milk, chamomile tea, whatever the fuck
Why can't there be a magical beverage that'll make me sleepy right away that isn't a hard drug or a whole bottle of alcohol?
Is it called banh mi if it's not on a baguette?
Is it called a reuben if it's not on rye?
How is stew different than soup or chowder?
just be a snowflake and make up compound names
HOWEVER stew is different than soup or chowder because it always contains meat and the ingredients are not mixed together (not fully mixed in soup or chowder, but it's much more homogenous)
Also I think chowder is exclusively seafood and soup tends to be primarily vegetables
Someone correct me if I'm talking nonsense