I recently bought 30 pounds of hams. They were on sale. I don't usually cook ham but this was a hell of a deal.
I'm about to go shopping and I want to pick some stuff up to prepare them with. Due to poverty I only have a slow cooker and a hot plate to cook with.
Any suggestions on what to do with one of these hams?
Thoughts on this?
Steak vs Burger, who wins?
(Provided both are made to perfections with quality ingredients)
i always thought steak is a meme food, like bacon
dont get it twisted, its delicious but its not as like the BEST food ever that people make it out to be, sometimes a nice juicy burger with a delicious sauce and crisp salad and fresh bun oh lordy
Anyone /lowcarb/? Made these portobello turkey burgers about a month back
Can anyone recommend a good rice cooker for a college student? Rice is a huge staple for me so I think it might be worth investing in one. Ideally <$100 unless there's something a little above that that's REALLY worth it.
I was looking into some of the Tiger and Zojirushi models because that's what I've heard are the best, but a lot of reviews say their pots don't last very long at all and are really expensive to replace so I want to avoid stuff like that if possible.
Thing is about rice cookers is that the generally the really higher quality ones will manage keep the rice good for like 2-3 days. Cheap ones will keep it good for about maybe 5-9 hours. I haven't really heard of any "bad" rice cookers unless you dig really deep into some appliance store and find really garbage ones. Just read some reviews of cheap ones available in your area.
If you're really strapped for cash, just don't buy a rice cooker. A pot and a lid for it is just fine.
Get an induction hob 1800w for around $50 if you're in the US and a 3.5qt to 5qt pressure cooker, you can make excellent rice, steamed vegetables and bean dishes and soups in it. If you're in a dorm room look for a non-venting pressure cooker so you don't stink up the place.
I'm going to Five Guys for the first time ever in about an hour
What should I get
I love piecing together menus. I imagine scenarios where I only have a certain amount of money and I have to piece together the perfect menu
>Post menus that offer fantastic value or interesting menus in general!
I'll post the menus from the other thread
Last time I have bought mead in Poland because I haven't tried one before. Very popular there. It's kind of a honey with 16%-32% of alcohol. I used it usually for dessers.
It's called Dwojniak, Trojniak and Czworniak there. The difference is the amount of water and honey.
In my personal opinion it's very good for cooking especially for desserts. Not very recommended to drink. Sweet as fuck.
My question is your personal opinion generally for mead.
In which country did you bought it? How is the taste?
Where do you use it in cooking?
There's a hipster meadery here in central Ohio that makes a decent variety of mead. Mostly dry and semi-dry varieties that are a lot like white wine and the odd sweet variety that I can't stand because it's like drinking sugary perfume.
Does anyone know what kind of mead this is? I search for the name and get nothing.
>It's kind of a honey with 16%-32% of alcohol.
It's fermented honey. You make it sound like it's vodka with honey added.
It's also not necessarily sweet. Just like with cider, there are sweet varieties and dry varieties. In fact, it's better dry.
Stupid shit you do with your food/Unusual food cravings
>Everytime I cook a pasta, with it, I eat a whole raw onion. Shit's good
>I add raw eggs to my coffee
>I suck the brains of the prawn out.
>I don't think ketchup on a steak is bad
Hello /ck/, I was wondering if you guys have any recommendations for cookware without teflon/PTFE? I have parrots and it's toxic to them.
Also, is buying cookware in a set a good or bad idea?
sup /ck/ OC gore here
just did this to 3lbs of chicken tits
>baked at 350 for an hour
>generic dogshit corn syrup BBQ sauce
and no fucking foil on the pan ffs
can I rescue this in some way? its basically wifey material at this point but damn that's a lot of quality protein to have to eat like this
Any ingredients you're so autistically opposed to that their inclusion in a dish completely ruins it for you no matter what? Pic related and cilantro for me.
Do any non-fit people here use protein powder? I'm thinking of picking up a thing, just to put in oats and pancakes and whatever else. It's supposed to keep you full longer or something, seems kinda neat if you're cheap and or lazy.
Whats a good cookbook for a lazy student.
I trust you more than a random google search anon
Let's discuss some good ole /degenerate/ food.
I eat out too much and I'm too lazy to cook for the weekdays, figured why not just start eating frozen food and at least save some money instead of paying upward of $10 a meal