So it turns out the handle on my frying pan is not oven safe, and now there's plastic all over. I managed to get some of it off but it's seriously stuck on there.
Would turning on the self-clean make things better or worse?
What do you use for burger, /ck/? I go fine-ground chuck, 75% lean. It's worth the trip out to the butcher.
My TV dinner tastes like dirt.
i want candy
>Tfw you will never eat the Marzipan Mascarpone Meringue Madness
so what is /ck/s favorite type of alcohol?
i usually down 2 40oz of King Cobra Malt Liquors every friday night.
Do you guys ever try to color balance meals when you make them, if even for yourself?
Do you notice a real difference?
Has anyone tried something different or weird that worked out?
Starting with obvious lemon garnish balance
If it tastes good, it doesn't need presentation. I've had things that I made look delicious, but have shitty texture or underwhelming taste. Of course it looks nice, and lemon juice you squeeze yourself on fish works well, but form over function senpai.
I just realized there's a Wayback burger in my town (in the ghetto). I had never even heard of the chain before, is it any good?
Why don't they just take the rubbery cigarette-tasting fuckers out of the dish once they're done cooking?
ITT: breakfast of champions
I have one kassler steak and was wondering what i should do with it. I know that its best made in grill but dont have access to one atm. So what what do? pic related
When was your "you know what" mid-chewing moment?
Where you just stopped eating for a second and realized something?
For me it was when I went "you know what, burgers just aren't suppose to be spicy"
>recipe pages that are all pictures and stories about someone else's grandma etc etc
>recipe pages without ratios or measurements
>recipe pages sponsored by companies, that have no actual recipe
>recipes for "westernized" versions of food, often called authentic anyway
I fucking hate stay at home moms for ruining the food-web
There are plenty of resources that aren't like that. Stop blindly clicking on the first link in google and learn which sites are worth using and which ones are terrible.
This thread is pointless, you should delete it now.
So a couple weeks ago I tried making some sweet and spicy pork. Tried. It turned out well for me personally, if anyone else tried it then they might say otherwise. Anyway, I wanted to know if I could add kiwi to it and if it would fuck it up?
If you like kiwi, sure. It wouldn't fuck anything up, it may work since kiwi can be kind of sweet and sour to begin with.
The best way to find out if it works or not is to try it. If it works, great. If not, you know not to do it again. Cooking really comes down to a lot of trial and error.
Let's all make this the new American national anthem