What are some ingredients I can add to my "chili" to keep it interesting?
I usually use:
- Ground pork
- Chili powder
- Cayenne pepper
- Star anise (fry with onions, then remove)
- Fresh chillies
- Chipotle peppers
- Dark beer
I just bought a small piece of fois gras. What the hell do I do with it?
So since I started getting into cooking about a year ago this Christmas a family member bought me a Copper Frying Pan and it's very very good. But the trouble is when it comes to cooking a meal that requires more than one pan I have to use these really old shit Tesco pans that have got burned on grease on them that my Mum gave to me a while ago.
I know you could say clean them but I'm looking to make sure I get decent equipment so my cooking goes really well.
I was ideally looking for another frying pan - perhaps Stainless Steel or Carbon Steel, not really...
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grab a couple from Ikea. They're cheap, they work, and if you destroy them from being a new cook, who cares. Save up for good stuff when you know what you're doing.
Le Creuset is what I use at work. They're worth every penny.
Oh I would say I know what I'm doing now. Cooking is easy really. I just thought I would mention I started just over a year ago.
I've had a few pans like a Tefal one and a Lodge Cast Iron but they both just seem to get random hot spots everywhere and not cook anything properly.
So you'd recommend one of the Le Creuset Frying Pans?
And any recs for a sauce pan? I might just go into the shops and pick up a simple one but I thought I'd ask anyway.
I have 1/2kg of camembert. what are some vegetarian student meals I can cook with this? I don't want to eat it all on crackers
Listen you cunt, it doesn't matter "how little animal you eat". If you're eating an animal product AT ALL you are destroying the earth. Sick of you poser vegans that are only in it for pussy. Do it to elevate your being and practice ethical living, not because it's some fad you fucking faggot
For the love of god. I can't find this anywhere. I had it a bunch about five years ago and haven't had it since I moved out of my Korean landlord's house. Anyone else ever bask on the glory? I need help.
Hey guys, I live in a shithole country and in the city I currently am there aren't any food trucks, at all. I am thinking of starting a business in that direction. I can equip 4 vans to begin with. What kind of food do you think I should be selling?
What food, or rather food combinations, do you like that you've never seen anyone else try?
I love ramen noodles with scrambled eggs, a cut up hot dog and a slice of cheese. It's heaven for me.
sliced hard boiled eggs with your red sauce n' noodles, it's a sicilian thing that I haven't seen that widespread
smoked salmon and goat cheese on a bagel is fucking amazing tho. beats the hell out of lox and cream cheese.
Posting 10/10 tasty meals.
Try this its dank shit
Can you eat like me you little bitch? You like that, that's 2 FUCKING poutine, gonna shit big in like 3 days
Fucking shittiest poutine I ever saw m8.
Even drunk I would not eat this
Be honest. As an adult (18+) have you ever purchased a kids meal for the toy? Which one was it? Did you lie and say it was for a child?
Nugget buddies were my shit, fuck an emoji.
If there was one I'd want, I'd just ask for it. Not including those Burger King Xbox 360 games (sneak king, pocket bike racing, some other one), it was this guy right here. The ones where you have to collect them all are the best.
Headed to Ft. Worth, TX tomorrow for a 9 day stay. Any must-have food places that you can recommend?
Rate my late night snacking
If he took off that mask would he die?
Why is this praised so much?
It tastes like cardboard, almost bland.
Every fuckin time!!!
I bought fries from one McDonalds. They were really good. I bought fries from another McDonalds less than two miles away. They sucked.
This leads me to believe that these threads filled with local opinions are complete bunk.
If I put cans of beer in the refrigerator and then take it back out to let it get to room temp, does that reduce the quality or affect the taste?
Not really, it's in a sealed container.
If you took it out and left it at room temperature for a few weeks it would probably start to taste kind of skunky but it would still be drinkable.
I'd be putting it back in the refrigerator to chill again before drinking it, but I was considering putting it back in a the pantry where it might be sitting in there for a month or more.
Would that be ok?