>olive oil, in.
>sear the meet
>out, onto plate
I made overnight oats for the first time 2 days ago but i forgot them..
The milk that i put with the oats is still fresh, but will my overnight oats be okay?
Otherwise I'll need to make a fresh batch tonight for breakfast I suppose ..
Last food you loved? Post yours, and rate others.
Pic related is mine. I needed it after some months of eating healthy.
made a quiche with caramelized onions, bacon, and various other things.
I don't have a money shot :(
It was perfect.
What are your ideal mixes for club sodas, seltzers, carbonated water, etc?
I'm unable to drink it straight, so anything goes and I'll most likely try it
A splash of very pulpy grapefruit or orange juice is good, as is cranberry cocktails from cranberry-grae to raspberry.
Making a lime soda is delicious, some fresh squeezed juice, little bit of sugar or syrup, and cold seltzer. I love the Coconut LaCroix with lime.
Hey /ck/ could you help me or with some liquor recommendations? I use to drink primarily booze, then I moved in above a shop that just sells craft beer, and became buddies with the owner, so I've literally had nothing but beers and such for the last year or so. I need to go on a cut for a small film I'm acting in, so I've decided to switch back to booze as I don't wish to give up alcohol all together. I'm pretty broke though, the store owner would give me a lot of my drinks on the house and provide the beer when we drunk together, so I've written...
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Let's make bread this morning for the party tonight! You with me m8's?
Then just a little salt to compliment the cheese and wine we will have with the baked dough. about a teaspoons worth.
Is there anything wrong with cooking an aubergine in water? Is it gonna taste fine or is frying/roasting/baking always preferred?
s far as frying is concerned, is it true that you should brush the aubergine with fat instead of putting the fat in the pan? Does that counter the sponge action? Does the direction of cutting make a difference?
Nothing wrong per say, but you'll end up with slimy disgusting eggplant mush.
You brush on the fat if you want to control how much it soaks up or if you're grilling them.
Never found direction of cutting to change much of anything.
baking thread: recipes, tips, pics etc
How do I make really good katsudon, whenever i try it turns to shit. I have to use a pan to fry it as well.....
They have artisan French toast at IHOP now.
What now, you fucking hipsters?!
How do you guys have your pancakes/waffles? I just eat mine plain with syrup, but I feel like I'm missing out.
Also is it worth it to make them from scratch (rather than bisquick)?
All I can add to the discussion is not to cheap out on syrup, an extra few bucks really goes a long way on the taste
>i have my pancakes plain with syrup!!!
Isn't that like saying "I have my coffee black with milk!!!" or something?
Also, I make American pancakes from time to time. 1 egg. Half cup of flour. Drizzle of oil or melted butter. A bit of sugar. Mix it, but not too much. Then add a splash of vinegar and mix it, but not too much. Finally, add a bit of bicarb and mix it, but not too much, then cook.
Give your meat a good ol' rub.
Hi /ck/ I'm going to an Indian restaurant with my gf tonight. It's the first time I'll be going to one and was wondering if there are some must have items to order. She's had Indian food a good amount so I was just planning on letting her order and we share.
I can take a good amount of heat so spicy dishes are fun. No sex tonight, so it's okay to have dishes with a lot of spice/give me gas/may give me the runs
Garlic naan and saag/palak paneer is usually my favorite thing to get when I get Indian food.
Tikka masala and vindaloo are good too, so it korma. Sometimes I'll get one of those if I want to change things up. Occasionally I'll get tandoori chicken as well.
If the place has a buffet, that would be a solid choice too since you can try a bit of everything.
Whatever you get, definitely get a side of garlic naan. I fucking love that shit.
/ck/'s opinion on Soylent?
i had some for a day and it was unappealing, i'm not sure why it would appeal to anyone on anything other than an idealistic level because it's not that fucking hard to buy a sandwich or make a packed lunch.