Get your hands on some big potatoes.
Slice them thin, rinse with water and drain. Add a bit of salt.
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Can we get a beef jerky threads going? I know there's a few of you with dehydrators. I'm looking to branch out from my usual recipe, do you have any recommendations? I usually do something similar to this:
>1/3 cup soy sauce
>1/4 cup Mirin Rice Wine
>2 1/2 Tb. brown sugar
>2 Tb. sesame oil
>3 cloves garlic, minced or 2-teaspoons garlic powder
>1 Tb. fresh...
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Aight fu/ck/ers. I have pancetta and mushroom leftover from the chicken Marsala I made the other day. What's a good way to use the rest of it up?
I punched it into google and all I got was risotto. Never made risotto before but what should go with that?
I also have some nice Gouda I was thinking about saving for cheese dip but if anyone can find a use for that, I'm down to do it.
;tldr I'm playing chopped with mushrooms, pancetta, and Gouda
With all the /ck/ memes couldn't you at least have paid for an ad that wasn't shit
Does /ck/ buy house brand food? Good and bad experiences with them? I find that in many cases the store brand is as good as or better than shit tier national brands like Kraft.
Nope. If it's in a package it's usually shit, loaded with preservatives, and overpriced.
Real food, like pic related, doesn't come with a brand label on it.
>not being an edgy faggot and growing all your own food and only spending your food stamps on meat just to get looks from others waiting for someone to point out how stupid you are so you can pull out your instagram of your apartment windowsill vegetable garden
Chuck E. Cheese's has some very good pizza, anybody else like to eat there?
I wish Rocky Rococo's was a thing nationwide. Much better pizza, no creepy mascot, better arcade games, and a non-gimmicky atmosphere.
Any bartenders here? I'm looking to work as one to help pay for my university.
I did a few months of bar work and got quiet good at it
the hours are shite, you stay up late and can never go out drinking yourself
but it's easy to find work, and it's interesting
you'l learn on the job, but if you want to get into it learn a bit about wine pairing, learn your spirits (at least be able to recognize the bottles)
you'l need to be able to work on your feet, often shifts run to 9 or 11 hours and you have to be able to work your life around that
What fast food joints have decent hot dogs? Just went to Burger King, and the one they had was pitiful. I'd barely even call it a hot puppy.
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Hows my pho /ck/?
How do I crack an egg so that the shell doesn't crumble up in my hands and get into the bowl?
I need to cube chicken but prefer to do so when it's very much still frozen but a knife still slides through it pretty easily.
How long should it be in the fridge for before I start?
I have a can of diced tomatoes, onions/garlic and various spices
How do I make some spaghetti sauce, /ck/? It's too cold to go out to get basic tomato sauce.
Ideally you'd start by cooking a little bacon or similar to render out some fat. If you don' t have any then just put a little oil in a saucepan. Lightly brown the onions and bacon. Add the tomatoes. Cook at low heat until the tomatoes get soft and the flavors come together. Taste and season with salt and pepper.
I bought some wheat germ /ck/
How exactly should I be using it? Most sites/chefs seem to say you should add it to things like muffins or cookies. But could I eat it as is? Or is it more of an add on kind of ingredient?
I was thinking about making some oatmeal bread tomorrow. Could I add it in that? If so, how much should I use? Just the recommended serving size?
>But could I eat it as is?
sure, but it's really dry. it's better to add it to stuff.
>Could I add it in that?
of course. i'd probably start with 1/4 to 1/2 cup. what recipe for oatmeal bread are you using?