Are you allowed to do this?
Do I NEED to add breadcrumbs or an egg to my beef pattie mix? was just planning on adding salt, pepper and garlic powder to the mix, thats all I should need, right?
Salt, pepper, and garlic powder are perfect. Otherwise make sure you use beef with at least 15% fat and cook it on high enough heat to get a good sear, otherwise it might fall apart on you when you try to flip it.
Are "filay" and "fillett" different pronunciations for the same word, or is one a verb and the other a noun?
it's basically just deep fried mac n cheese
there's no cheeto flavor at all
They don't really work in a fast food setting. They're obviously shipped pre-baked and frozen, which, it's fast food, wouldn't be a big deal except mac n cheese has a distinct flavor and texture when it's not fresh. You get this disgusting, ultra-viscous cheese, mushy noodles, and then the breading just tastes like a cheeto, which I guess is okay.
Maybe you just got no cheese powder, OP.
>slow smoke pork shoulder overnight with wood I chopped myself to make coals so it could be done properly in a good smoker to a moist and tender state of perfection
>before some people even taste it they slather it with store-bought barbecue sauce
When I told them they should try the meat without the sauce they looked at me like I murdered someone and pissed on the corpse. Some people should just be force-fed freeze dried nutritious sludge.
My friend makes pork shoulder like that too for BBQs. He'll never bring out the sauces. Interestingly, not one person has ever asked for bottled BBQ sauce to go with my friend's BBQ.
how old were you when you realized that thousand island is the god-tier burger condiment?
Sometime after the age of five, when I stopped being raised vegetarian and had my first In-N-Out burger.
I don't know about THE god-tier burger condiment, but it's pretty dope.
What did you eat for 4th of July?
Anyone have any good recipes?
I've been looking to make some brownies but I've seen tons of different preparations and not sure which is best. Budder or oil? How much per batch?
How do you make your oats, /ck/? Looking for inspiration.
I buy rolled oats, put milk and oats on medium-high until boiling and lower to medium for three minutes. Then pour on top of a sliced banana and top with some cinnamon.
I like to put blueberries in before cooking when they're in season and not stupidly expensive. I've heard steel cut oats are great, but I'm not sold on spending 20 minutes making my oatmeal.
>the current year
>eating literal horse feed
Go to bed, Mr. Ed.
Things that make you ree
What would /ck/ order?
Fuck me, that menu is way too big
I'd go with the curry brisket, first page, third row, fourth column
What are some good sauces i can use to replace Ketchup?
What do you buy from here?
I have some clams in the fridge from clamming the other day that I need to use so I've decided either to do clammy pasta with white wine and butter, or just fried clams in a basic flour dredge. I know how to make clammy pasta so I won't ask about that, instead I need some help with frying them.
So first of all, are these clams still good? I caught them 2 days ago, purged them with salt water 4 times, and they've been in the refrigerator since in a bowl with no water. None of them are open or obviously dead.
Also, I don't have a shucking knife....
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