Last meal thread.
>On your way home from an irritating and exhausting day at work
>Your friend pissed you off and all you wanna do is go home and lie down on your bed
>But you stop at a gas station first to refill your tank
>Do you grab anything else while you're inside to help make you feel better?
What's your comfort food /CK/?
Peanut M&Ms always help me feel better
because gas stations in my state can't sell lika
guess strawberry milk if otherwise
I was supposed to start cooking pulled pork tonight, but I forgot to take up the meat from the freezer so it is frozen solid still.
Will it still work if I put the frozen meat in a brine, or am I going to waste my time doing it?
Also, Im making it sous vide, so can I by any chance, just add a little brine to the bag while the meat cooks for a few days? It is a 2kg/4lb piece of meat.
Today I'm going to show you how to make flavorful chicken pot pie.
Trigger Warning: I can't cook and shoot photography at the same time. This is isn't fucking Pinterest, were flavor takes a back seat to deceptive ease and presentation.
What you need:
>Pie Crust because fuck you
>2lb chicken, seasoned however you want.
(dark meat is best meat)
>2 cup chicken stock set aside + some to spare, not that sodium free shit.
>1 cup malk
>~4 cloves garlic
>1/2 cup yellow onion
>1/3 cup butter, flour
>1 tsp salt, parsley
>1/2 tsp pepper
>1/4 tsp celery seed, thyme, rosemary, sage
>A bunch of vegetables of your choice.
I used: 1 cup broccoli (doesn't pack well) & 3/4 cup carrots, peas, corn, celery, mushrooms
Like the last time I made a thread like this, I'm going to play Super Mario and each time I die, I'll upload at step.
First things first, start searing the chicken on high heat.
While that is happening, saute your garlic and onion in butter on medium heat until your garlic turns a little brown or your onions are transparent-ish.
FYI, I used too much butter.
People have been posting the same "add some of this delicious fucking shit" cooking threads for years, and it hasn't been entertaining for a long time. You don't need to act macho to showcase cooking. It isn't funny and you just look self conscious.
what is /ck/'s favorite dish that involves spinach?
I don't even like steak that much, but when I occasionally find myself at a nicer steak house the creamed spinach is always the first thing I know I'm going to order, before I even look at the steak options.
I know we've had this discussion over 9000 times, but what was the definitive answer? Let's resolve this once and for all:
Is /ck/ a: 1) tea fag or 2) coffee cunt.
Does /ck/ use plates for their bananas?
Am I the only one who's weirded out by people patting down their pizza?
I've gone twenty years without brushing, never had a cavity. Never had any dental problems. Never broken a bone. IQ of 140, but without autism as a crutch.
I attribute this with utmost confidence to drinking 2 glasses of milk daily MINIMUM.
So tell me cu/ck/s, whats your excuse for not drinking your milk?
I, like most adults on the planet, am lactose intolerant.
I don't brush either. I usually swish my vodka shots and it kills bad breath bacteria and prevents cavities.
Where can I find chocolate limes in NYC? Anybody know?
Kinda looks like them. The chocolate limes I'm talking about are little chocolate candies with a crunchy lime-flavored exterior. They seem to be a British sweet that hasn't really caught on here in the USA.
If need be, I can just order them online, but I'd like to know if there's any to be found at a store in New York City.
My proposal: Start using the term "midibrew" to designate beers which are a) craft-style beers produced by major brands, or b) produced by independent brewers with large-scale facilities
>Start using the term "midibrew"
>produced by independent brewers with large-scale facilities
Why? Because they're successful? I understand that big beer "craft" brews are shit, but being successful shouldn't put your beer in the same category.
if i eat here will i die?
Alright, I know that there aren't many surviving medieval bread recipes, but what styles of bread are distinctly medieval?
I use Ina Garten's soda bread recipe, but that's Irish, and I really like the black bread recipe from the Game of Thrones cookbook, but that's far from authentic. I also have a few realistic medieval cookbooks, but they all have very few if any bread recipes.
What kind of things does /ck/ like in their salad?
that salad looks good
any salad is good as long as it doesn't have some nasty sweet cream dressing abomination
a good dressing: oil, apple cider vinegar, white miso, whole grain mustard, teeny tiny bit of honey
I got 3 kind of mustards bitches.
I see 2.
Not going out to my kitchen to look, but off of the top of my head I know I have:
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