The Mule in the Plaza District in Oklahoma City.
This place specializes in fancied up grilled cheese sandwiches.
What are some good winner dinners I can confidently savor, being that I am such an awesome winner, /ck/?
Does /ck/ likes oysters?
>you're making pasta, anon? Here let me help.
>hey anon i put some oil in the water so it cooks better!
Why don't more people cook with cast iron, /ck/?
A better question would be "why do people continue to cook with cast iron"
There's so much misinformation out there about cookware, it boggles the mind
Aluminum is OBJECTIVELY the best material for cookware when all real-world factors are considered. Everything cast iron can do, aluminum can do better, except on cost, and let's be honest, if you can't afford a $200 pan you should maybe stop eating fucking McDonalds every day
Why aren't you grilling right now?
what eat now /ck/?
butter smooth soft bread
Here we go /ck/, after two chicken gallentines I've got some decent bone mass for a chicken soup. Boiled for 12 hours, refrigerated, excess fat scooped out etc... time for some veg frying
had to move my stock to the crock pot... its the largest volume that my sister in law has. makes it easy to let it cook all day anyways... non-roasted bones so light color. first time not roasting.
onions getting a bit darker... maybe too many, but they were free from the dumpster anyways. and who the fuck doesn't love onions?
What are you cooking today guys? Starting some some spaghetti sauce and cooking down the onions and garlic right now and I'll add the tomatoes in a little bit.
First time I've ever "cooked" before so kind of nervous. Anyways what are you guys cooking or eating right now?
No idea, it's noon for me and since it's a weekend I woke up late and had leftovers. I made some meatballs and pasta sauce yesterday, so I had a sandwich with those for lunch. I'll probably end up making something with rice and/or shrimp, since I've got a lot of those. I might also try making some asian style noodles, but I doubt I'll be feeling that adventurous.
I just bought a roast of lamb gonna sear it in this thing I bought and put it in the oven. Never did one in one of these, it's a roasting tray so kind of excited about it too. Keep posting pics OP
Thoughts on sous vide cooking?
I didn't know it was a thing until recently, and it sounds interesting.
I've got an anova circulator and an original foodsaver and I cook most of my meats sous vide if i've got the time, best steak of my life came from sous vide and then a hot cast iron sear finish. Cooked a chuck roast the other day and came out delicious, was falling apart like a good pot roast but wasn't dried out.
Don't you clean your mushrooms /ck/?
>willingly eating shit
Why are these so good? I'm not American and never had them growing up but was pushed by an American friend to try one. They are god damn delicious. What's the secret?
Finished Sous Vide Machine First
Single Burner ($15)
Temperature Controller (ITC-1000F, $12)
Project Case ($5)
4 Electric Nut Caps ($0.20)
1 Power Cable (free, cut from non-needed/broken appliance)
4 Three Inch wire (free, cut from non-needed/broken appliance)
OPTIONAL: Dremel for cutting hole in case
Cut hole in Project Case for Temperature Controller to slide into
>Last thread is on it's way out.
>Weekday drinks general.
>Saisons need not apply.
Its going to get deleted before if hits bump limit desu.
1. Is it okay to take a girl to Applebee's on a first date?
2. Is it autistic to order chicken and fries? I love that stuff.
bitches love applebees and a guy that eats tendies