>"Before using, remove entire label"
>"do not use if label is missing"
What's their end game here?
I just ate some camembert which has been in my fridge since december. it was wrapped in clingfilm and looked/smelled ok.
what is the worst that could happen?
Is instant ramen healthy? I went biking a whole lot today and when I went back home there was nothing to eat but this. Did I just nullify the effects of the entire workout during the day?
>biking to lose weight
That's not how to do it
Yes, you probably offset most if not all of your caloric expenditure by eating a massive bowl of carbs, but cycling has many other health benefits unrelated to weight loss
Hey /ck/! Ive got a job Interview in one week to be a state meat inspector. Any tips/suggestions on how to land the job?
>Food science degree that I've never used
>10 years as a chef
I've been wanting this job since I was 20 but I've been out of college for 5 years already. Should I lie? Should i wear lots of jewelery?
How many McDonald's cheeseburgers can you eat in a row? My record is 17. If you can't eat at least 10, kill yourself.
Back in the day they had $.29 Hamburger Wednesdays and $.39 Cheeseburger Sundays. My grandmother used to buy like 30 of each on those days for a house of 3 people. She didn't have to cook for days.
What are your favorite cooking shows, /ck/?
I personally enjoy Cutthroat Kitchen and Good Eats
The reality show format of CK really bothers me. Good Eats is terrific. I also watch Gordon's at home thing he does.
Mostly though I just watch non-shows on Youtube. They tend to be more about the cooking than the cook.
Travels shows are pretty good actually, but that's mostly about eating.
Cutthroat just got too ridiculous for its own good. Oh you have to tape a spatula to your hands and use jelly beans in your dish while also jacking me off. All those types of shows are just Chopped rip offs which is the GOAT.
What's your go-to pasta recipe? Cookin up some pasta right now with basil, some olive oil, broccoli and alfredo sauce.
fuck off you goddamn moron.
wops make shit food. 20895720985729875 variations of tomatoes, cheese, pasta, basil, oregano, and fucking olive oil.
what an uncreative stupid fucking culture. rot in hell mediterraneans. everything you do has sucked since sparta fell.
Redpill me on cast iron, /ck/.
Why can't you millennial hipsters be happy with teflon jesus christ
>he doesn't use cast iron
>calling others millennials
Growing up, my mother used nothing but cast iron. I learned to cook on cast iron. Tried "non-stick" pans recently only to find that they're absolute garbage.
What kind of macro beer to you get when it's the only options? I mean like when you go to a baseball game, backyard bbq, or big concert. Basically the kind of situation where you want beer but theres only dad-tier pisswater. I think original Budweiser is the best dad-beer. Unlike most of the light beers it does have a small amount of flavor. It isn't a particularly good flavor but it almost tastes like beer. I find it inoffensive and somewhat good if there isn't anything else.
I honestly like these quite a bit.
I usually bring a Stella 6 pack or Fat Tire to share and people act like I'm a god or something.
So I am in a predicament.
>temporary accommodation till new apartment in a few months
>kitchenette - no cooking appliances. Can't "cook" by agreement
>have ricecooker and crockpot that does most of the work.
I am looking at some semi-healthy but mainly easy to make filling snacks for work, and I was thinking of learning how to make onigiri or similar.
Anyone experienced in these that could lend some advise and or preferred fillings/flavours?
I don't have access to furikake, however I am going to take a drive to the local asian grocer/minimart that might stock it.
Not a big fan of canned tuna either, but some of the more expensive brands flavoured kinds are acceptable (I've owned far too many cats, it tastes fine, but the smell gets me).
Save me /ck/ from a terrible few months of sandwiches.
ITT: post /ck/ memes
>A well seasoned cast iron skillet is all you need!
I was thinking of buying this root beer I saw at the store. But then I looked at it and it said it's alcoholic. What are your thoughts on Not your Father's Root Beer? Does it taste good?
The first few sips taste almost exactly like root beer but if you let it warm up at all it rapidly becomes a sickly sweet mess and the booze shows up in the flavor. It's meant for people that can't drink non-sweet drinks.
I hate alcoholic root beer, quite honestly. The overpowering vanilla and other flavorings just don't fit right with the "beer" part of it.
I mean, either get good root beer, or have a fucking regular beer, there's no reason to go combining the two.
Louisiana virgin. I just bought my first bottle. What am I in for?
A really good time.
It's been when half gone and aged for a few months. The flavors become richer and it tastes like an entirely different sauce. Think of it as a Frank's (vinegar based hot sauce), but with a more southern accent to it. I love the stuff, especially aged. I have 2 open bottles right now half gone and steeping away, letting father time make it all happy.
Haven't tried it but I'm gonna guess:
Very liquid, insanely salty. Vinegar and salt is the first thing you taste...heat comes in last. Just like every other Tabasco sauce. Try again, and the salt-vinegar combo assaults your mouth while the water-like consistency drips all over the place...
too bad so sad
What is the best liquor to have at night, just before sleeping? Does someone does this? I have heard wine helps with sleeping. Also my grandfather used to drink an eighth of hard liquor but it tastes like shit.
I've been drinking a glass to a bottle of wine before bed every night for the last ten years and I sleep like a baby.
The best is biodynamic wine, I'm partial to clos de tue boeuf. Never a headache in the morning, even if I overdo it a little.
I'm looking for a light (no cast iron), shallow non-stick pan primarily for making eggs and breakfast potatoes. I adjust the eggs with a fork, so teflon isn't an option. Is ceramic any good? Never used it.