Let's get one of these going.. last one was strictly about meatloaf.
Alright /ck/ lets talk about steaks!
What's your preferred method of seasoning and cooking?
I normally do a generous sprinkling of salt and pepper then quick sear in the skillet then it goes in the oven preheated to 500 degrees for 5 minutes. Makes a perfect medium rare steak for me every time.
What are some other techniques? I can never seem to get a steak properly cooked if it's only done on skillet/grill and no oven action.
My preferred method
>steak near room temp
>salt and pepper
>screaming hot charcoal grill
>watch brother make steaks
>takes steaks out of fridge
>immediately puts them on a propane grill
>cuts each one to make sure they're done
>leaves them on a little longer "just to make sure"
I was screaming internally the entire time
Oh Lawdy, I's sho could go fo sum fried chickun!
ITT: All things fried chicken. What are your favorite places to get some? KFC? Popeye's? Some obscure other place? Or do you prefer making it yourself? If so, what recipe do you use?
What happens if I put cheese on both sides of a tuna melt, so that the tuna is surrounded by a coccoon of dairy?
Is there anything to make with pepperoni that ISN'T related to pizza?
All I can come up with is subs and pasta salad.
Maybe omelettes like with chorizo
Fry things with it and use it instead of bacon fat or whatever grease you have
Dice finely and mix with ground meat and make burgers or meatballs or meatloaf
Or go the Chopped route and mix it with random shit and try to make it taste good
just eat with some crackers and cheese. maybe some mustard.
r8 & h8, m8
here's what i made
why are sprouts not popular? i love them on sandwiches. i often can't find them in the supermarkets and most sandwich shops don't have them. i'd rather have some nice crunchy sprouts than whatever sad excuse for lettuce or other greens most sandwich places use.
So I just watched episode 3 of pic related (another excellent cooking series after Chef's table, starting to really love these) and they were making a point about how making bread without yeast might be more nutritious or at least more genuine because it allows for a more complex fermentation or something.
So my question is, have any of you ever tried making bread without yeat and what are your experiences?
They mean sourdough based breads most likely. In sourdough you use the natural yeast in air and flour to ferment a starter dough, and use parts of it to ferment your bread dough.
They're a lot of effort, but the result is better flavor and crumb I've gotten with commercial yeast.
Can't be arsed to put in the effort though, since by most recipes you'd need to feed your starter twice a day and I've had it go bad even then during summer months.
I'm skinny as fuck and it's hard to eat a lot. How do I change that?
I heard that it takes 20min for your body to realize it's full. Does that mean I should eat a lot really fast or will that just lead to me puking?
I also heard that your stomach can expand over time if you keep pushing your limits. So eventually the same amount of food that once made you feel like exploding would feel much better.
Are these myths or facts?
Also ice cream.
Would it be wisable to just stop with the human burial already and just use the dead bodies as food for the population?
Think about this /k/ earthis already ooverpopulated and there are alot more humans than there is regular food to put out so why not just start using those that die from natural causes as an alternative to the hunger problem?
Those that die from natural causes like accidents or age or other things would be taken to the food factory and would make steaks or ribs or anything edible for those in need of food.
We would no longer have hunger...
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You do realize this would increase the population, right? Because it wouldn't be purposely killing people, and now people who would have died from starvation won't.
Anyways, overpopulation and hunger are widely blown-up problems. Many areas of the developed world actually have problems with decreasing birth rates and obesity.
Anther huge problem with the transmission of prions.
So no, overall terrible idea.
Hey, as a lactose intolerant person, how can I approximate milk without shilling out for bullshit almond/soy milk? I'm not really worried about flavour, though I want roughly the same fat/protein/carbohydrate profile. I refuse to buy overpriced bean water.
Lactose free milk is available in my city. Made by big brands so I'd assume it's available in most major cities.
All they do is add an enzyme to convert the lactose into a sugar, hence the sweeter taste. Perfect for coffee and breakfast ceareals, not so great for mash potatoes or carbonara.
Everyone seems to compete about how bad it was. But I actually liked it. Not gourmet level, but wtf Im still alive :D
I'm watching a shitty movie in theatres tomorrow with friends and I figured I'd atleast enjoy myself.
What are some vodka cocktails that actually taste good. I don't care about looking like a pussy.
I seriously don't understand how you can't just like the taste of vodka straight. I admittedly am someone who enjoys most spirits straight, but I absolutely believe that differences in taste buds make that the experience different for different people, and don't think it gives me any "cool" points or takes any away from them. But good quality vodka seriously just tastes like slightly fruity water with a slight bite to it. I don't know how people can be so offended to the taste of it. If you're just having a hard time putting it down, some tonic...
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Why are Middle Eastern restaurants in the West always advertised as Lebanese? Literally all of Lebanese, Syrian, Egyptian, Jordanian, Israeli/Palestinian and Iraqi cuisine is the same. They all have stuff like falafel, ful medames, baba ghanoush, hummus and dolma as staple dishes. Why Lebanese in particular?
Just ate here for the first time. Holy fuck, how is KFC still in operation when Popeyes exists?
I don't think I've ever had chicken this good goddamn, and the biscuits were some of the best I've had in my life. Do they put giblets in their gravy? The gravy was so fucking amazing too, compared to that fucking shit ass packet gravy they serve at KFC.
Is church's any good? I might try there next. I think popeyes was cheaper then KFC too, seriously fuck that place.
I just ate some Popeye's Chicken.
The breasts were juicy, and the buns were soft and warm.
Afterwards, the division manager of Popeye's came up to my table and asked me how the meal was. I said I was satisfied, but the meal lacked a certain je ne sais quoi. He apologized profusely, and said he had something to show me that would make up for it.
He lead me to the back of the Popeye's, to a room soaked from floor to ceiling in blood. In the center of it was a live horse, chained by all four legs to the structural supports of the warehouse like room. As I watched, employees of the Popeye's cut large sections from the horse, which was whinnying and screaming in horror. The Popeye's employees took the chunks of horseflesh and sliced them into pieces, then they rooted around through the bags of trash strewn around the room to find discarded chicken bones. They quickly tenderized the meat with sledgehammers and fed it into a machine which formed the horse meat around the bones, then they breaded and deep fried it.
I asked the division manager why he had led me back to this place, and he pointed at the steed's rump, the ******* puckering rhythmically with terror. "We're just about to use that section, would you like a crack at it first?"
I quickly unzipped my pants and wasted no time jamming my erect PENIS into the stallion's quivering anus. It was a fun time. I was delighted. Popeye's definitely went the extra mile to make me a satisfied customer.