I been experimenting with onions, got sick of chopping so I been sticking them in the food processor before trying to caramelize them
Does this technique have a name?
Also what temperature for good caramelization
What is the proper way to prepare chicken hearts?
Now that taco bell has taken away my $1.00 crunchwrap sliders, I'm back to the $1.00 spicy tostada.
The tostada is getting very boring, very quickly
Pic related used to be God tier but ever since the 2 for 2 came out, they are cold every time I get one (I'm guessing they sell a lot more now, so make a ton and have them sit under a lamp)
Well cu/ck/s, any suggestions?
Why have you not started buying a day old loaf of jimmy johns bread with some mayo and dijon packets and going to town? 50 cents so you can actually have a little entertainment budget going
THEY HAVE A PEPPER BAR!!!
Hey guys, I bought some chuck and was cutting it up for chili tomorrow but I noticed it was black inside. I can't remember if others have been black inside but is it okay to still eat?
I imagine because I'll be simmering it for about 5-6 hours that it's better than normal, but is it like off or just freezer burn or something?
This is shit is so good.
Tippy Top Tier drinks thread.
Lunch today at Cousin's Bar and Grill in Oklahoma City
Everything about this place is pretty basic from the decor to the menu, but the quality of the food and service is impeccable
Making my own aioli tonight. Going with the Food wishes version. Shout out to chef John. Once I master the basics, what flavours should I try out? Pic related is God tier.
Any bakers on /ck/ know how the correct way of using these please
it LOOKS like some kind of cookie cutter
my completely baseless guess is:
use the top half with the handle to cut out cookie shapes
use the other half with the texture and press it onto your cookies
I bet it makes 'em look cool.
Okay, so i've been wanting to start eating bananas again, but i have trouble with constipation, so if bananas cause constipation i'd rather not eat them
Problem is that the information on the internet is 50% "bananas constipate" and 50% "bananas have lots of fibre and help bowel movement"
Which one is actually right?
They're both right. If you eat them properly, you get lots of fiber. If you eat them the wrong way, your ass gets jammed up.
Also, too much fiber can cause constipation. It's a delicate balance.
Bought a big head of cabbage since it was a good price. Now that I have it, I realize I have never cooked with cabbage in my life. What the fuck do I do with this shit?
Is McDonald's populair or burger king???
I bet everybody is going to call me crazy, to the point where nobody is going to side with me on this, but this is true and my honest opinion. I don't like ribs.
You don't get much meat out of them, they're terribly messy to eat, and it doesn't taste good enough to have to work at them and get my hands and cheeks all soiled with sauce. I'll pass.
Nah, I always thought bbq ribs were overrated, OP.
Shit always ends up stuck between your teeth, and you need to use half a dozen napkins every time you want to take a sip of water, without getting sticky shit all over everything.
I've only had ribs once and all I can say is they were fairly lack-lustre.
They tasted weird and were a pain to eat.
On a table of five, a double order or ribs weren't even entirely eaten.
It's 3:00 am and I've got nothing in the house to eat. I ain't going to bed hungry but lucky for me, there's a 24/7 convenience store about 20 minutes from where I live.
Question is, what could I buy there that isn't junk to make a meal with? Hot dogs maybe? Help me out!
Can you put a crock pot in the oven for 3 hours at 250F? Without it cracking.