Do you nerds have any /ck/ related clothes? I just found this shirt in my closet, haven't worn it since highschool. About to put it back in my rotation.
This is the back, hundreds of ingredients. Kids used to read it and poke and point all over my back in the lunch line.
>Used by ancient Egyptians, Babylonians, Romans, Greeks
>Few calories, lots of nutrients
>Reduce blood pressure
>Combat common cold
>Keeps (((vampires))) at bay
Can you name a more based veggie?
I'm thinking of making cinnamon ice cream.
I'm wondering what flavor I should add to it.
I don't really like the idea of just cinnamon flavored ice cream
line cook here, working in a corporate chain. I begin training tomorrow to transition into a role in management.
How fucked am I?
Also industry general i guess.
Tips on eating on a budget? How can I have a balanced diet while not killing my wallet?
What I used to do was buy ground turkey, quinoa, black beans, onions and bell peppers with some cumin and cilantro. Cook it up in quantity and use it as basic for lunch everyday. Could be better but when you are on a hard budget, do what you have to do.
This is gonna sound condescending, but it's honestly not meant that way. The simplest most concise answer to "how do I eat on a budget?" is "learn to cook, faggot." Then cook. And eat what you cook. After that, the rest will follow.
My dinner tonight, for example, was a mixed veg Japanese-style curry and some garlic fried rice.
Total cost: 71¢.
My lunch was pork-and-mushroom cabbage rolls in sour tomato gravy and parsley potatoes.
Total cost: 92¢
Breakfast was a pair of tartines on homemade bread and coffee with milk.
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Please ignore the text. Does anyone have any idea what this dish is? Pretty sure its not ketchup. Not trying to racebait just want to know.
Yeah, the white stuff is probably sugar, so it's probably a dessert of some sort. Could be a "doughnut hole". Could be Sata Andagii. Could be any number of sweet things that were battered and fried.
Rate my scrambled liquid chicken /ck/?
What happened to pistachio ice cream? It has become almost impossible to find in the grocery store.
Did it go extinct?
>pasta isn't bad for you
Ok anon, since our friends at /lit/ constantly post their bookshelves, why shouldn't /ck/ show off what's really important - the booze collection.
The desire to have a fully stocked bar, having the money to afford it, and not being an alcoholic never seemed to line up for me.
Sup /ck/, I have a question for the bean wizards here. I would have posted in the beans&rice thread but it seems I just missed it D:
I soaked about 3 cups of beans overnight in a large pot of water, then placed them in the crockpot on high and covered with some veg broth and seasonings for about 4 hours now. I've taken some out to mash, and they're still fairly firm.
So my question today is this: How does one make soft beans? Could this be a result of using old (possibly older than a year?) beans? pls advise.
Your water is too hard, hard water equals hard beans, regardless of how long you soak and cook. You have to add baking soda and salt to the water at the right proportions, sodium carbonate can also help. Here are some links, but you will find even more information on Google.
tell me everything i should know about macarons
In the fridge in tupperware or, if you're a tryhard, paper bag stacked in two layers at most.
Between 6 and 10 depending. If you're not an asshole, make them yourself.
Lemon, coconut, vanilla, strawberry. They're supposed to be light and sweet, so it's good to stick to flavours that work with that
Will this be what our civilization is remembered for?
Who /hotdog/ here?
Why is this a thing?
The very fact in the OP someone had to show what to grab shows no one really eats it.
The very fact someone who made the the frito pie look simple just shows how hipster cooking works.