>recipe calls for a can of x
>still using canned x instead of the infinitely superior canned y
>trying to figure out how to convert "can of beans" into beans I cooked myself
Fuck everyone who uses canned beans. You deserve death.
If you only had access to a microwave, what would you prepare?
I'd probably not eat as much meat, especially because the searing of it is what makes it really tasty to me
so I guess mostly pasta dishes with vegetables
I'd probably make a lot of baked goods too (or I guess microwaved goods)
Your best cooking secrets;
>for perfect mushroom sauce, roast thinly sliced mushrooms dry in a buttered pan (just enough so they don' t stick) until they release their water, then add flour to soak it all up, then butter to form a blonde roux strongly imbued with mushrooms. add cream and stock @ 1:2 which should be almost freezing and reduce until au sec on low heat to avoid curdling the cream.
>for perfect chicken, sear tenders/breast/thighs in clarified butter, butterfly and sear the inside, batonnet and...
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Have you had any experience with "American" food outside of America?
This is American Fried Rice in Thailand. It's made with fried chicken, ham, hot dogs, raisins, ketchup, and croutons.
What the hell is in this? Why does it taste so good? Is there anything on Earth that can come close to its heavenly flavor?
What is the key to the perfect grilled cheese? what is the best grill brand? and what cheese and bread do you use?
I'm moving in with some vegans. What are some Hannibal-teir meals I can make that are impressive yet frightening?
You think you're smart by preparing Hannibal-esqe meals but in reality you'll just be reinforcing their perceived stereotypes of meat eaters. At best they'll be civil about it, at worst they'll plot behind your back to get the "blood mouth" of of their house.
I am making oxtail stew using the crockpot today. Never made it before so if anybody with experience has any tips or suggestions feel free to share. I didn't use a particular recipe but rather a amalgam of several recipes I found online.
Feel free to post any of your own content as well and as always r8, h8 and autofell8.
Yes, I overpaid for the oxtail but it is what it is
Gotta wash all the parasites and tapeworms off these fuckers with some salted water
There was a thread yesterday about how a lot of brits love to add breadcrumbs and eggs to their burger. Today an American is here not to insult or degrade you, but to help you make a tastier, simpler burger! None of that extra filler is needed, and will effect the over all juiciness and texture of your burger.
Sorry for the blurry picture. Low light up in this bitch.
My, my....what is this tasty morsel?!
Quite a keen eye you have there anon!
>Chop said garlic
Thoughts and default order from pic related? There are no other good sub shops around and I got addicted. I'm a big fan of the hunter club plus onions and peppers. I wish the subs were just a hair bigger though, they're not quite filling enough imo.
Is there anything unique in particular you guys buy from Costco? Not just like "meat" or "bulk milk" or whatever, but like actual unique items that you can pretty much only find at Costco
How can Americans possibly compete?
I love coffee and I love tea. However I'll choose tea every time.
I'm American too.
Is anyone else old enough to remember smoking in restaurants?
I honestly kind of miss being asked "smoking or non-smoking?" and that stale smell of smoke.