What is something I can make real quick in mornings to eat for lunch that has a lot of calories that has some veggies and protien? I am bulking and don't want to need to pay out the ass for food at school that is only 700 calories max. I have work all night too and I don't get to eat dinner unless I eat at like 4pm or 10pm, so a quick bulking meal would be great for that too. Pic unrelated
When you eat dinner, could you also cook some chicken breasts or thighs, chop them up, and put them in the fridge? Then in the morning, just add chopped chicken to some boxed/bagged lettuce, spinach, or arugula, may be throw in an avocado, and there you go.
Is it worth going to college for being a chef or any other kind of cook or is it in the same category as an art major or gender studies major?
waste of money. just get a job in a kitchen and bust ass and learn while you make money.
its a pretty shit/stressful job but its even worse if you are tens of thousands of dollars in debt for a culinary degree and make $13/hr
Where were you when Trix was kill?
Anyone got tips on cleaning dried, moldy gravy?
I left the house and ended up not coming back for a few days. I don't have a dishwasher either.
Currently I'm just letting the gravy soak, so it might not stick anymore.
What do you think of this pizza, /ck/?
How do I make the best cornbread?
What foods do I pair with it?
Just Google recipes and try them out. If you don't like one recipe there's always another you can go for.
Fried chicken and watermelon with Coleslaw and macaroni and cheese with a side of grape juice and a mixtape would go well with cornbread.
>don't make it sweet
>add chopped jalapenos and top with sharp cheddar
it's best served with spicy beans and greens (mustard being a key component of the greens mix) or a good chili made from stew meat or sliced steak
So after years of eating lots of chowder, I've decided to try and make it on my own. I've made a handful of other soups and a couple chowders, but does anyone have any recipes or advice so I don't completely fuck this up? I know enough to fry my aromatics in bacon fat, but thats about it.
My fucking roommate forgot to put the parsley back in the fridge, so it just lay on the table for the entire night.
Can I still eat it?
>search "bad food"
>pics of burgers, pizzas and meat show up
>search for "good food"
>pics of only vegetables and fruits show up
Is there a reason why Google is shilling so hard against meat?
Is there a more comfy meal than a Butterburger from Culver's and some cheese curds?
Culver's is mediocre fatty beef that appeals to the literal definition of a flyover palate. Low quality meat drowned in extra fat (dat butter) and fried cheese...
Fuck. I hate all the fastfood shilling on this board.
How can an all you can eat buffet take the same amount of money for what is 8x the amount of food and also people get to choose the most expensive items
My dad is friends with a guy who supplies stuff to Chinese buffets in and around NYC. He buys wholesale goods that are just about to go off and need to be used immediately for pennies then sells them to buffets who use them within a day or two.
So that's at least part of the reason they can keep prices low. Another is the fact that none of the food, bar crab legs, is ever of high value to begin with. Broccoli, carrots, onions etc are cheap as balls as are rice, noodles and chicken. The beef they use is certainly cheaper cuts that are mechanically and chemically tenderised,...
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Kinda off topic but I will probably be going here for a Mother's Day buffet
How do I tackle it so it is worth the 90 something bucks boys?
Since 420 is coming up has anyone here ever made weed brownies?
I smoke up like every day but I've never eaten edibles. I heard it gets you fucking stoned though haha so I really wanna try to make some.
i tried once with some friends and we followed everything the recipe said but they didn't really work
it's definitely possible if you do it right though had some from a shop in amsterdam that were ridiculous
give me your best mushroom recipes /ck/
i dont care what kind of mushrooms but i like morels the most
Enjoy your cancer.
Russula are awesome creamed, with dill.
Get in pan with some butter and let most of the water content cook off. When starting to fry, add more butter, schallots and a small amount of flour to make a roux. Don't let the onion fry as we don't want it sweet. Add cream and let thicken.
Lots of chopped dill after it's off the heat. Eat on toast.
>morel season fuck yeah
>only found two so far
Last couple years have been pretty disappointing for mushroom hunting.
Only way I cook them is breading that shit with a nice seasoned flour and frying them. They're amazingly addictive.
>I have some growing in a log in my yard
You lucky bastard
Is an indoor grill worth buying?
Thinking about getting this
While I agree, I live in an apartment building. I do have a balcony, but it's honestly not that big and not very practical considering I'll be selling the place soon.
I want juicy meat with nice grill marks for superior presentation.
What do family?
In my university days my roommate bought one of those, but with a glass lid. We found it to be more for convenience of putting on frozen hamburger patties and sausages.
Cleaning them was such a fucking bitch.
I plan to buy panini sandwich maker
Pic related - Russell Hobbs Paninigrill 17888-56
Anyone used it or would recommend something better?
I'll mostly use it to make sandwiches so I think it should be enough
I used smaller sandwich maker to make toasts but I found it too small to make enough food in short time period and I can't use some better kind of bread in it.