All right time to fucking settle this
What's the best way to make a philly cheese steak what's the best condiments other assorted crappie to put on it
I've never had crappie on a philly cheese steak.
But one of the best phillys I've had was: steak, provolone, grilled onions and peppers (sweet and bell), lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise on white bread. It was from a hole in the wall convenience store.
they are all brands
they are based soly on advertising, look at their sponsorship of people doing crazy cool shit that turns in to VIRAL VIDEOS BRO
Rally, air racing, sailing, race car driving, skydiving
all drank by beta males thinking they are cool, and the perephanilia is worn by douchbags, and the actions themselves are done by hypermasculine testosterone "rich guys" who would not exist or do what they could without the sponsorship dollars
same with "professional sports"
they are all the capitalist advertising jew
How many cherry pits, if ground down, would it take to cause death? From the cyanide.
I do not intend to use this to kill another person.
I have simply seen recipies where cherry pits have been used but I know that they contain cyanide so I am wondering if this should be dangerous to do. People have suffered from poisoning from cherry pits but I do not know how many.
Thoughts on my risotto?
is anyone here able to identify just what the fuck this is?
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Are you crazy about condiments and dipping sauces like I am?
I can't get enough. If I get fries or chicken strips, I have to have like 4-5 sauces alongside for dipping.
you do your condiments yourself? im looking into making pork chops with sweet potato fries and sweet sour bell pepper, so i really need something salty going on with the fries to balance out the flavor. any good suggestion on a mayonnaise?
Any hidden gems on the typical Chinese menu?
I'm not talking any place special. Generic Chinese food where they all order from the same manufacturer.
What's the best brand of Japanese rice sold outside of Japan? I want something authentic. I know shinmai rice is almost impossible to get but is there anything else worth trying?
>japs themselves literally buy american grown rice.
The best rice you can get at your grocery is probably Texmati, and that brand. If you want a short grain rice of creamy deliciousness of starch, try the spanish section for Goya Diana Valenica rice and make a nice risotto. If you want something special get some "popcorn" rice from Lousiana, for like the best of jasmine and basmati flavors.
What am I doing wrong with my pizza dough? I've tried about 3 different recipes, but I always have the same problem. The dough is always a sticky mess that sticks to whatever I put it on, even if I cover the surface with semolina. It makes pizza stones impossible because if I make the pizza on a worktop with all the cheese and toppings, I won't be able to remove the pizza without tearing it to pieces. Also when I try to spread it out on my worktop, I can't get it thin enough because it just tears.
It looks something like pic related.
Too much water. Get a digital scale so you can precisely measure flour and water and get the right consistency. Do you have a metal scraper? That's also necessary.
Get a non-stick pizza pan and forget about stones.
Can anyone else never decide what they want to eat unless they're eating out? I know a lot of foods I like, and at a restaurant, I can always decide, but when I'm home, I have no fucking idea, if anybody asks me what I want to cook, I never know, and end up eating out, or eating what somebody else cooks.
Because you're an idiot
Oatmeal or eggs for breakfast,
Wraps or grain salads for lunch,
Rotate your protein for evening meals,
Between chicken, pork, beef, lamb, white fish, oily fish, legumes, etc.
>Because you're a child who can't deal with decision making unless someone else gives you the options?
and women. When I'm on a date w/ a chick, she gets 1 minute to decide, if she hasn't, I take her menu and order for her.
Hey /ck/, I'm gonna be making steak for the first time tomorrow. Any tips on how to make the perfect steak?
30min-1 hour before you plan to start cooking it, take it from the fridge and salt and pepper the fuck out of each side, let it sit
Put a few tablespoons of oil (I use vegetable, but /ck/ and chefs recoomend olive and peanut) in the pan and put it on about 85% heat. Let pan warm for 5 min
Place steak in pan and let it cook for 5 min on one side. Turn over and let cook for 4 min on other side.
remove from pan and place on aluminum foil
Rub 1tb of butter over steak.
Wrap in aluminum foil and let sit for 10 min.
What rice storage box do you use?
So u bought this thing because it came with a smell r one that I us to serve little things and it was cute as fuck
...but what can I actually make in it?
Is it a casserole thing or what? (If unclear, it's made of ceramic)