Post the greatest wine your country produces.
How does /ck/ like their pork?
Rare with ketchup for me.
The US pork supply is safe. People overcooked pork all to shit because of fear of diseases, but those diseases aren't in our pork anymore, not in any appreciable numbers. The flavor and texture of pork done medium rare is sublime; grow a pair and realize that is the same difference in medium rare and well done as exist in beef.
marinated in garlic/orange, rubbed with paprika/peppercorn, cooked to medium-well while basting with spicy peach puree
I never go below medium, because I don't like the texture
cured cold-smoked pork is also god-tier
How the fuck do I make it so my crust is really soft? Like a nice hamburger bun or a brioche.. I always have bread with a thick, hard crust..
>that one friend who orders pic related every time you go out
>bunch of friends go to hofbrauhaus
>get some good german food
>except one guy
>orders chicken fingers
>we make fun of him
>"was that on the kids menu?"
>"no it was on the HOUSE FAVORITES menu"
some people are just manchildren
What's for breakfast, /ck/?
This man is such a meme
I'm looking for a good kitchen machine, mainly to shape the dough for my bread and viennoiserie, for a personnal use of course. Is there any baker here that can advice me on the subject ?
A quick search direct me to the Kenwood KMX51 (for 250€) that seems to be the medium quality (full metal), and good budget for me.
What do /ck/ use to make good french bread ?
Of course they do, I specified that I'm looking for one for my personnal use.
What I don't understand is why, for instance, I can't find a spirale mixer for low quantity (less than 10kg).
The market is flooded with multi-function robots but not good personnal kneading machine.
I hoped that you could enlight me, I'm new to the profession and looking for advice obviously.
Which foods make you fart toxic gas, /ck/?
Funny you ask, I'm staying in Germany atm in the province Hess - where 'Handkäse is made. (extremely low fat cheese) This cheese is often eaten 'mit muzik' (with music), which means it's left to sit in vinegar/pepper and spring onions.
The Term 'muzik' comes from the fact that the spring onions cause you to fart, which is the muzik they talk about.
>country you are from
>do they have halal snack packs
on every corner of sydney
I've been having cravings, /ck/.
Who here /worst guest/? I find myself judging peoples cooking skills when invited for dinner, especially when they are arrogant about it. I have no problems telling people exactly how disgusting/trashy/incompetent their cooking is and how serving bad food is an insult to the guest. In any other area of expertise it is acceptable to critique, so why is it so taboo to be honest about people's cooking skills?
I figure if someone can't cook or just is broke or something, there is no use in making their situation worse with insults. However if someone takes pride in their cooking I feel a compulsive need to take them down a peg or two. I'm like this in all areas of life.
>The name — Ninja dog — says it all: It’s a giant hot dog shaped after a ninja scroll! The sausage is no less than 30 cm long (in a 20 cm bun)! Both of them contains edible bamboo charcoal which is said to have detox properties. And also gives them this deep black color, like a real scroll!
Gerbers and other baby foods causes childhood cancer.
Processed foods, GMOs, and corn syrup (high fructose especially) causes cancer.
What are scientists doing right now to cure cancer? Many would argue they are relentlessly “studying”, experimenting, and slaving away for a cure.
We already know what CAUSES cancer. What are we doing, as members of the Earth, to make sure such a horrible disease stays out of our lives? Many of those who are aware of processed foods, GMO’s, and high fructose corn syrups insanely unhealthy (aka cancer causing) effects brush right over the fact that they do cause cancer.
We are so hung up over getting our fill of deadly junk, then figuring out the “solution” to the problems it causes later on.
This is unacceptable.
We need to eat ORGANIC substances, free of pesticides, GMOs, processing, and refined sugar/corn syrup.
Around 95% of foods found in a grocery store have high fructose corn syrup found in their ingredients.
Corn syrup is used as a food sweetener- it is used as a sugar substitute in many foods because of the ease of making it. The “convenience”.
Many people have died because of deadly malnutrition provided in excess through the excuse of “convenience”.
It’s alarming that these distributors are selling cancer with the promise of it being “food”. Food is something you ingest for nutrients, to keep your body functioning well.
Then again, most corporations aren’t labeling their products as “food”. We have started injecting every vegetable and other “natural” source with hormones and GMOs, in search of providing “convenience”- “bigger”, “cheaper”, “quicker to grow”.
Convenience brings destruction.
By not allowing the selling of cancer causing “foods”- GMO filled, processed and high fructose corn syrup/refined sugar laden foods, we will be able to drop cancer rates by 97% or more. Radiation from the sun and other chemicals would be the only remaining cause for concern. And even then- by avoiding USING chemicals that cause cancer or pollution, we can decrease the amount of cancer in the world to zero.
A cure? Yes. Even better- before billions of people will even have to worry about chemo treatments and death.
By not selling cancer causing products for consumption,...
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>Velveeta Shells and cheese
>generic "Cajun" seasoning
> garlic salt
> Slices of sausage
I usually just do [real] bacon bits, and some cajun spice, sometimes just black pepper. Sometimes cooked broccoli though. Last time I did basically lond-diced cucumber, bacon and cajun and that was fucking awesome.
i add spinach and sun dried tomatoes, but i use the white cheddar velveeta and shells. i add carrots and peas too sometimes. spicy bacon mac n cheese with bread crumbs, i use fake bacon bits cause i only like a small amount and then fresh jalapenos diced up.