My microwave is shitting a brick, actually its' the vent fan and I use that all the time. In any case, I need to replace it and I'm seeing convection oven / microwaves.
Are these convection oven combos any good for cooking and baking or is it gimmicky shit for people who don't cook?
I know nothing of wrapping burritos. I cant find anything via google that involves a square wrap, which is what I have
What do you guys think about Ballistic BBQ and Greg himself?
Here's a good tip vid from him on cooking burgers. He does other stuff like BBQ, mexican style food, and there's a part of his channel where he recreates homemade versions of popular fast food burgers.
LCBO is aggravating how do I get my hands into more variety of alcohol in Canada /ck/ I'm tired of this shitty monopoly
But its the same price as everywhere else...
How do you usually cook sausage? I used to only grill or pan fry it but recently tried poking holes in it and boiling it in either water, beer, or cola. Boiling is really good, I never knew it.
When I make bratwurst, I usually simmer them in some beer and then sear them in a pan just before serving.
The supermarket I go to makes some really good fresh polish sausage and I sometimes get a couple of those, cut them up with some red potatoes, onions, bell peppers and garlic then toss it all with some olive oil and creole seasoning and roast it until everything is browned.
So I just bought a bottle of absinthe.
I don't drink too often but I've read how this stuff fucks you up beyond belief.
What am I in for?
Other than steaks, are there any other foods that taste better not cooked all the way through?
I need a god tier cake for my wife. But its also gotta be super easy to make since I am a total baking tard.
Anyone here on Foodstamps/ebt and have to go to a Snap activities class?If so what type of jobs or whatever do they offer? I have to go friday
If you don't have a high school diploma or GED they automatically stick you in a GED program. If you don't speak english well, they stick you in ESL classes. If you have a diploma/GED and speak english, they'll usually put you in a program to improve professional skills, using computers, sometimes they'll help with how to write a resume or job interview skills, shit like that.
That's about what you should expect, but the programs can vary by city/state.
I have a hs diploma speak english and have a associates degree so i guess ill go in the professional skills classes or whatever. I just dont want to end up cleaning up the parks or some shit
Nah, it's not community service shit. They started those programs to try and help people develop skills to re-enter the job market and get off government assistance instead of just letting people leech off the system.
Have you tried these, /ck/?
I personally like the Salted Pretzel crust. Adds saltiness to go with the savoriness.
The asiago crust is pretty decent. I tried the garlic butter crust and it was way too salty for me. Haven't tried any of the other crusts.
I had the balsamic drizzle on one of the pizzas I ordered once, it was ok but I haven't ordered it again and haven't tried any of the other flavors.
When I buy a pack of Airheads I throw the grape one away. They taste terrible. It's a shame because the Blue Raspberry, Watermelon, and especially Cherry ones are so great. Why do they continue making this disgusting waste of matter, energy, time, and money?
Heathen. Citrus flavors of anything are 10/10
Grape Airheads always make me feel like I'm eating modified Play-Doh. Theyre a weird sugary flavor, but I wouldnt flat out say 'grape'
2/10 candy would not eat
give me your very best 'balls recipes.
>Still making the meat into balls.
I'm looking for some tips for making meatloaf. It's always the same boring recipe and I wanna change it up a bit. Any suggestions?
What's your favorite soup?
I need a breadbox. What do I order? Budget is $25-30