I always julienne my vegetables with my "juliette"
Hey /ck/, what should I do with my celery leaves?
I have about one kilogram of leaves and the top of the stalks.
Was thinking a pesto, and maybe a tonic or syrup, thoughts?
Spinach and celery leave sautee
Sesame and canola oil in a saucepan, sautee some garlic. Add vinegar, salt, pepper and red chile flake and stir. Add celery greens and spinach for a minute or two and serve
i am a food addict, i will admit. I am 5'10'' and i weight about 162 pounds. I have a lot of noticeable fat, so im looking to lose it. i already exercise, i just eat like absolute shit. i drink tons of soda, eat junk food all the time, and occasionally eat healthy. i need cheap healthy options, i know the basics like potatoes and rice and tuna and chicken, but what meals can i make with that shit?
i know sounds like im asking for a lot. im not desperate by any means, but i would like some help from what seems like a pretty friendly board.
I fucked up, coo/ck/s.
How do you get really burned food off of the bottom of a stainless steel pot?
I'm trying the baking soda and water boiling trick for the third time. It's only working a little bit.
If it matters, I was browning chunks of stew beef dredged in flour, salt, pepper, and paprika in a few tablespoons of unsalted butter. Like six pounds of beef chunks. So there's a lot of hardened flour there. The reason for the large quantity was stocking a friend's freezer because they're going through a rough time. The carbonnade turned out beautifully, but my largest pot is a crime scene.
I was excited until "place pan in trash" became words you used.
Will wait on other responses. I pay tribute for the board's expertise with pictures of my cat.
I'll start: Beans and rice
Seriously, if you can't afford to buy anything but this, you have a money issue somewhere and it's imperative you fix this. That shit isn't healthy on the long run.
Another meme I see through is fillet mignon. It's a weak meat with no flavor of its own
Another one is pic related, how is that even peeled
I agree. Literally eating nothing but beans and rice isn't going to end well. They're supposed to be "filler" or a side, not the main attraction.
I honestly can't remember the last time I had a good steak, never mind fillet mignon, so no comment.
Easiest way is to cut it in half and scoop out the edible part with a spoon.
Keurig - why the fuck would i pay 600% more for my coffee? the advantage of keurig vs a single serve drip machine is literally the 10 seconds it takes to put in a filter and a couple spoonfuls of coffee
What can you make with little pieces of chicken? I cut it all off the drumsticks/thighs to use the bones for stock , now I need something to use the meat for. Any Ideas?
Well, you could do pretty much anything.
Chicken and dumplings, chicken stir fry, chicken casserole, chicken soup, chicken skewers, sesame chicken, chicken nuggets, too many things to list........
>tfw staying in a camp for work and get to eat for free every night
Pic related, gained 25lbs since I started this gig
How do we make cabbage rolls great again?
What do you guys think of Culver's? Personally I think their burgers are great and their fries are amazing while their tendies aren't that great.
Culver's is so underrated, it's shameful. They stomp all over Five Guys yet they receive such little recognition.
I've never met anyone who has eaten a butter burger and said they didn't love it.
Idk man I didn't think they were anything special, burger was about equal to five guys. Their custard/shakes are pretty good though.
Not technically fast food but I prefer shake shack burgers desu, I'm not poor so the extra cost is worth it. Too bad their shakes are shit tier despite having "shake" in their name. Cheese fries are also fucking amazing there.
Whats the deal with boiled peanuts?
Why are they almost exclusively sold by rednecks out of coolers from the back of pickup trucks in walmart parking lots/by the side of the road?
Are canned boiled peanuts any good?
It is worth the effort to make a single serving of boiled peanuts at home?
I never understood the appeal at first since my only exposure to them was at gas stations where they were cooked in what seemed to be a crockpot full of sludge. One day at a local fair I tried some that were freshly made and they were fantastic, I wouldn't imagine canned are any good in comparison.
Unless you can cook them outside somehow I'm not sure if I would make them at home, they seem to have a "not great" odor when cooking.
It lets the salt get to the inner peanut and past the shell. Also, since every one in the south is missing teeth, it makes them mushy. Mushy and salty is great to southerners. I'm from South Carolina and they sell them at every gas station and intersection and parking lot around here.
I"ve always heard about them, but being a yankee from north east of US I had never had opprutnity to have them until two years ago on a trip to mid-Floriday.
I boughthe, like you said, from some guy selling them in styrfoam container. They sucked. I don't get the appeal.
i'm not a cookies, and never saw a mexican in my life (pretty far north canada)
But i've recently tasted quesadillas and i want to learn to make those, since they seem easy and delicious
Share your recipes? I,m especially interested on what actual mexicans do
Well, which meat would work best? Chicken? Pork? Ground beef?
I marinate pork and chicken pretty often with my mom's recipe.
Also, would lemon juice + sriracha work as a dip?
Seriously, i'm a shit cook, i'll probably try all the recipe till i find what i like the most
i'm kinda sick, what should i eat?
no meat pls, unless it's in soup or something
please explain this frogbros
Is it a dick move to load up your togo plate with nothing but proteins to get you monies worth and just eat you chinese msg with home made steamed rice?
No you fool it's a West African country near Burkina Faso
Why are IPA's so nasty? How can people say they like this trash?
You're a meme, and don't know shit about beer.
Try an east coast IPA, or let a west coast IPA sit for a bit, then drink it. The malt comes out when the beer warms up, giving it a less overpoweringly hoppy flavor.
Personally, I like double/imperial IPA's, but it's something you grow into.