Anyone make sashimi and sushi out of Costco salmon fillets?
Got tired of paying $6 for a tiny sliver of salmon. Last night I sliced up a fresh fillet into sashimi and ate it with a side of rice. There was way too much fish for myself so I'm going to cook the rest tonight (not going to eat day old sashimi).
What does /ck/ think about Radler Beer?
Since you hate soda but love beer I assume it's either a neutral or very divided opinion?
Hey /ck/, i wanna make some teriyaki today and have no recipe at all. Help me out with tips or share suggestions.
I plan on making the sauce and marinating fine slices of tenderloin for like half and hour only and then cooking it along with paprika, pepperoni, scallions and carrots and then serve with rice.
you really dont need to marinate the beef / chicken / pork for a good stir fry
just cook it slow so it remains tender and then mix the meat in with the vegetable/sauce combo when they are ready
i used to flip out over how to marinate the right way and was never quite satisfied. turns out you really dont need to
Okay, i was thinking about not doing it too since tenderloin already is tender to begin with.
I want the vegetables to remain crispy and fresh but a little cooked, ill mix it in a minute or two before its done i guess
Ill use some honey and ginger too since i have it on hand. Also what difference in taste does red wine do over Sake?
I'm going to buy ostrich meat today. What am I in for?
Some mom's blog
Add/move shit around let's try to get something comprehensive
I would lower martha stewart personally if we are talking about online. Her books are fine and I've actually made her wedding cake from the baking with julia book. But many of her online recipes seem untested and/or shitty.
Does anyone else ever steal food from the walk in fridge at work?
What does /ck/ eat before bed?
About to get comfy but I'm starving and could use some inspiration
Experiences with Jerusalem Artichokes?
I hear they cause major ass fumes.
Wat spices n stuff u put on ur eggs m8
Why aren't you a registered dietitian yet, /ck/?
>get paid to sperg over what people eat
>get to build people diet and nutrition plans based on their needs
>work in a clinical environment with tons of qt wimmin
>plenty of job growth
>tons of jobs everywhere
>only requires a bachelor's degree + internship
drop the weight cause being ex-fatty might help you get a job. you can develop some sob story about how you used to be a fatty but found an escape in nutrition and now want to help other people and all that mumbo jumbo.
Uh,question if I boil vegetables in milk will the milk then gain the vegetable flavor and then be able to be used as a kind of sauce?if yes will it be good or just plain gross?
I have eggs, shredded cheese, hummus, apples, carrots, kimchi and milk.
Can I make anything with these ingredients?
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How can i learn to cook /ck/?I never cooked anything in my life not even eggs but now i want to make my food and of course i could google it but people here are usually way more knowledgeable.So what im looking for are GOOD sites/articles/youtube channels for cooking or you can post here what you think i should know.
Basically, pick a recipe with simple ingredients. I'd say no more than 4 ingredients not counting oils and seasonings. Try cooking it. If you screw it up, eat the probably still edible failure, make notes on what was wrong, ask questions here, and try again.
Eventually you'll learn what flavors pair well, what herbs and seasonings go with what. Just keep doing it. It's not a book skill, it's a skill learned through trial and error.
Eventually you'll be able to take a recipe, make...
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I forgot the other big thing newbies mess up. You can never uncook something. Lower heat for longer allows you to reach your desired doneness without overcooking. Exceptions are made for searing and broiling.
In terms of culinary uses, is there a big difference between sugar and honey? What I mean is that adding a little sugar to your meat makes it more tender, but does honey have the same effect? Or do you really need sugar for that?
idk what to say, even wiki would say that honey and HFC syrup are chemically the same. use your intuition and try
also that was way too much fucking cayenne pepper. is he trying to empty out the building?
suggest god tier toppings for waffle
yogurt and blueberry sauce(frozen blueberries, heat up in a small pot with lemon, a bit of sugar and some corn starch slurry)
anyone that suggests butter or whipped cream can break their own dicks off and fuck themselves a la preacher
for some reason i really dislike authentic maple syrup.
give me the fake stuff.