Hey /ck/. Is a japanese rice cooker with this 'fuzzy' bullshit worth it over a cheapo cooker at walmart?
What's the main advantages of a 'quality' rice cooker?
Whenever I attempted to make brown rice in cheap rice cookers they tended to boil over no matter how much I washed it. Would one of these help with that? Am I just autistic for nop being able to wash rice?
There was a thread last week about the Frito Pie, a staple in the American south.
Just wanted to let y'all know that Sonic is doing Frito Pie right. Pic related was my lunch today. Asked for jalapeños and they gave me quite a few, but that's good because I like a lot.
When was the last time you enjoyed a Frito Pie /ck/?
Okay so here's my issue OP.
I won't pretend even for a second that I wouldn't demolish one of those any day of the week. I love nachos and all the dressings that go with them and your pic looks delicious.
But it irks me that Americans take pre-made processed foods, put them together and then call that cooking. I see it all the time on your food shows and food blogs (e.g using ketchup as an ingredient for sauces not as a condiment, putting ritz crackers in your stuffing and so on). I realise I sound like a dick but I had to say it. For every store-bought,...
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Are boneless chicken wings actually real, de-boned chicken wings or are they just chunks of breast meat?
If they are usually breast meat, why is this? Why don't wing places just offer de-boned wings for people who don't want the hassle and mess of bone-in?
Also is it easy to make my own boneless wings at home? I love buffalo wings, so damn tasty, but fuck I hate gnawing around those bones and I almost always bite down on rock-hard pieces of cartilage and bone and I actually chipped a tooth this way once.
How do into boneless wings, /ck/?
Whiskey guy looking to expand my horizons. Where do I start?
who /addicted to take out/ here?
I have a bunch of great
homemade food in my fridge and freezer but couldn't help myself and ordered pizza instead.
How many times do you eat fast food or take out per week?
I guess other people are much worse than me as I am not fat at all and eat out a about 5 times a week. It just seems I get bored of everything I cook after a few times eating left overs, no matter how good it is.
5 times a week. I'm passively suicidal and generally kinda stopped caring about my health. I figure I'm on my way to a heart attack in a few year's time.
Hey, better than actively suicidal I suppose.
is it just a meme?
what makes bitter hot water so appealing?
People who are able to be happy eating the same small pool of bland meals every day are to be envied.
You'll never get as much enjoyment for your effort as they will get from their safe food. They embraced mediocrity and found greater fulfillment that way.
God I hate them.
i eat oatmeal every morning, boiled eggs, a small salda and dried toast everyday for lunch, and most days my supper is chicken thighs, white rice and broccoli or spinach and peppers. i don't do it because i love it, i do it because i love not being fat.
I have a problem. I bought some beef tripe at the store, and I don't have any experience in cooking it. all the sources I find tell me so many different ways to cook it safely.
Some sources tell me to par-boil it for 30 minutes after cleaning, others tell me to simmer it for 1 1/2 hours. Others tell me that since I am in the USA, it's already cleaned and I shouldn't have to worry about cleaning it with rock salt and hydrogen peroxide.
What I want to do is use it as a side dish, ultimately pan fried with oregano. Pic related is...
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HOW DO I EAT MORE
tired of being a skinny little shit. Problem is a sandwich, pickle, and some guacamole is enough to keep me full for hours.
Is there something I can use or do to digest my food so I can just keep shoving shit in my mouth?
Drink more alcohol. Worked for me.
Nothing beats a nice glass of clean water when you're thirsty and simply want to wet your dry throat. There's literally nothing you can cook without it either.
Let's have a moment to appreciate this magnificent most versatile liquid.
What is /ck/ having for dinner? I'm having cheese with some fries.
Why don't more people drink cider or mead?
Yams were on sale so I bought one. What the heck do I do with it? Mashed yams? Yam fries? Help me.
Is it actually a yam or is it really a sweet potato? If it's one of the orange-inside sweet potatoes, skin it, cube it, and toss it with pineapple chunks, melted butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon. Then bake until fork tender. If it is whitish yellow inside, you are on your own.
So I've been an idiot and accidentally bought 1kg of ginger (online shopping) - but I've only ever used it for stir fries, what else can I make that uses a shit ton of ginger?
Ginger is awesome in all sorts of stuff.
I like to use it in a simple slaw with red cabbage, carrot, and ginger, with cane vinegar, salt, and pepper.
Also good as a seasoning in all sorts of curries.
Make pickled ginger!
You can make ginger beer easy enough too!
Ginger is fucking delicious bro.
How bad are old electric stoves for someone who wants to learn how to cook properly? Should i just get a gas stove?
Gas stoves are the best. If you atleast have gas at your house it isn't too hard, just buy a gas stove and run the lines. But if you don't have gas for heating or something else it is much more expensive