Things that should be done, but rarely are.
Don't add salt to your stock because it will condense with further cooking. Leave your stock unsalted and only salt when you intend to cook with it. If you add salt to your stock while during the process you're basically just making a huge thing of soup.
No salt = Stock
Salt = Soup
Tell us about the one eating experience or meal you're most ashamed of.
A cab of Chef Boyardee ravioli eaten cold, straight from the can with a plastic fork.
I want to make chili. I'm pretty sick of versions that use "chili powder"
What are the most delicious dried chilies to use, and in what ratios? The only fresh chilies available at the grocery in my shitty location are jalapeno, serrano, poblano and occasionally, habenero. These are ok, but don't really achieve the flavor I'm looking for.
Basically, I'm going to buy some dried chilies online and want advice.
Where's the webm thread?
Guess I'll create one.
Why are these called sausages when they're clearly not sausages?
Ginger ale and Squirt are my #2 and #3 respectively.
>check out catalog
>no vegan thread
Is putting beer in chili a meme?
Why would anyone do this?
>last restaurant you ate at and how you liked it
A family-owned restaurant/microbrewery called the Draft House. Pretty good, it's a Wisconsin family place so it's mostly hearty food and lots of kinds of stuff that involve brats or cheese
So tell me, /ck/, which animal you have never eaten would you want to eat the most?
For me it would be alpaca or any kind of large predator, like bears.
I'm hoping to get some input from any anons in the industry here.
I've outgrown my Kitchenaid mixer and I'm looking to upgrade it. I don't need anything enormous, but I do need something that's sturdier than the kitchenaid and can mount a proper meat grinder rather than the tiny little bastard that goes with the KA. Anyone have any suggestions? Looking for the 10-12 quart size range with a standardized # head to mount the meat grinder.
What is the best fast food chain in America? Your favourite. What do you usually get?
Do my American friends have a traditional Sunday breakfast equivalent to the Full English
Eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, toast, hash.
Not very often beans unless it's a Spanish breakfast.
How can I make this more interesting?
Seriously, somebody needs to stop America.