i made ths shit for valentines day
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Haven't been here in a little while. Also haven't checked the catalogue for an Alcohol thread.
I've had at least 10 bud lights PER DAY for at least seven days running, with some Smirnoff vodka mixed in. Yes, I know Bud Light sucks. Yes, I know I'm a huge pussy for drinking light beer.
What is everybody else drinking?
The only people who give a rat's behind about what someone else is drinking are teenagers and college aged kids.
If you like Bud Light then swig away.
I'm drinking a 12 of Natty Ice due to the high alcohol content.
ITT thread, we post retarded culinary autism from our regions
I'm from Chicago and there are places that will throw you out if you ask them to put ketchup on your hot dog. Obama even told someone in Ohio not to do it
My dad is from Texas and when he found out my gf puts beans in her chili he made a big stink about it
I've heard conflicting things from friends in Philly as to whether or not cheese whiz is the most appropriate cheese for a Philly Cheesesteak
You have to live in Africa for a full year and all of your food must come from what's around you (dirt, grass, leaf, etc)
You have a full kitchen to prepare your food with and it includes an unlimited supply of oil and spices
How do you cook your meals?
Are there any proper healthy curry recipes around that people have tried, not a dry curry, one with plenty of source?
Low sugar, low fat are the priorities, not bothered about salt, msg or shit. Can take high levels of heat.
As far as I know, Most curries are either based on tomatoes (high sugar) or cream yoghurt (mid fat, mid to high sugar).
On the same subject, good filler to curries that aren't chickpeas?
What are you folk eating for late night snacks. I'm going for Bugles, Munchos, pizza, and beer.
Gotta a lady coming over in a few days & her favorite food is chicken nuggets. Well obviously I'm looking to impress & see if we can get some action going. Anyone got or know of a fancy recipe for chicken nuggets? Also a kosher ranch dressing recipe would make for an excellent dip/side dish. Thanks bruddas
Picked this bad boy up earlier. Suggestions for use? What are some good flavored oils?
I'd suggest peeling off the tag for secret recipes, but I have a strong feeling you didn't buy that, an even stronger feeling that you didn't take that picture, and an even stronger yet feeling that this is just poor bait.
What recipe should I use if I want make my cake to turn out like this?
>What recipe should I use if I want make my cake to turn out like this?
One that incorporates the use of a replicator.
So I'm in the mood for some shrimp. Which means mayonnaise. However I've never made homemade mayo. Anyone got tricks or advice ? I know the basic mustard/oil/egg yolk but should I add vinegar or lemon ? Online recipes seem to disagree on it
Why do some places serve wings with the flats and drumstick separated? I prefer to have the whole wing, especially if they're breaded. Pic related is captain jays from east side of Detroit. Full wing so you can nibble on the wing tip.
Chicken wing thread btw
Anyone had this shit? I like it better than regular coke and it might kill me less.
What is the best, fastest, most thorough way to cleanse acid (lemon juice or vinegar) completely out of cheese curds when I make cheese? It's difficult to completely clean the acid out without losing curds within a reasonable amount of time.
Well no shit. But it's hard to do that for a length of time that is effective enough to rinse all the acid out without freezing your hands or losing some curds. Is there a way to automate the process at home or something? I had an idea to maybe put the curds in a pot of cold water and let them soak overnight in the fridge, hoping they wouldn't dissolve into the water. Would this work at all?
You don't rinse with ice water, just cold tap water is fine. And how are you losing curds when you rinse? Line a colander with cheese cloth, dump the curds into that to drain off the whey and then rinse with water while mixing the curds around ti make sure they all get rinsed.
Soaking overnight isn't a good idea for exactly the reason you mentioned, the curds will just take in a bunch of water and either get really soggy or dissolve entirely in the water.
Does KFC make anything good or should I just go to Popeyes?