Can we have a diabetic-friendly food thread? What are some nice diabetic-friendly foods and recipes?
post good beer
edgy beer hipsters need not apply
I never buy beer that costs more than four dollars
What am I in for lads?
Thinking of getting some glassware. Any suggestions on Pyrex v. Anchor Hocking?
Was also thinking of hunting down some old school Corningware.
Hey /ck/, I'm going to the store in a while and wondering if there's any slow cooker recipes / ingredients I can use en masse to make some decent meals?
/fit/ tier appreciated, but not required.
>chicken and/or shrimp
>beans if you want
>sausage if you want
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what's for dinner /ck/?
<<breaded chicken breast, 4 strips bacon, cheddar, tomato, onion, sweet baby rays and onion
>want to cook for her
>always looking to cook new things
>always want to explore new tastes and combinations
>she won't eat anything that's not conventional
>doesn't like many random things
>whatever I make she compliments on, can't get critique to get better
what the FUCK do I do
What can I do with an avocado, besides guacamole, to make an easy and tasty snack or meal? Thanks.
What's your go to recipe for cheesecakes? Do you use a bain marie?
Anyone else make their own corn tortillas? I recently discovered how ridiculously easy it is. I've had huevos rancheros every morning for the past 3 days. Never going back to storebought, and I live in an area where you can actually get good tortillas
same here in potato land
>mfw tortilleria in tipperary
>buy a big bag of frozen chicken wings on sale
>it's almost entirely drumlettes
why is this allowed?
What kind of tomatoes are these?
Why do things taste differently when we only have six tastes?
An apple is sweet and sour but it has the flavor of 'apple' as well. What is that and how do you explain it?
because we don't only have six tastes
>What is that and how do you explain it?
It has sugars, thus it's sweet. It has pectin and other mildly acidic chemicals, thus is sour. It's an apple, thus it tastes like an apple.
Stop being retarded on purpose.
I just moved in to my new apartment. First time living on my own.
I want to start cooking more.
What are essentials for the kitchen?
I'm not talking equipment, I mean stuff like salt and pepper.
tl;dr what are some things everyone should have in their kitchen
you don't have the minimal equipment anyway but whatever
salt (table salt and kosher salt), sugar peppercorns, mustard seeds, other spices, dried herbs, vegetable oil for frying (not fucking canola, you have alcohol if you want to kill your liver), vinegar, cooking wine, coffee, cocoa
> staple foods, these you should NEVER EVER be without
beans&peas (dry or canned), rice, wheat flour, corn meal
milk, butter, cream, cheese
whatever vegetables are in season - i.e. dirt cheap at the store or market. don't be picky, most anything can be made into good food
> nice to haves
Always keep some onions and garlic around, it'll put flavour into most things. Also try to find a herb or spice that you like putting in most things. For me it's rosemary, for others in my family it's thyme. You don't have to put it in everything, but it's nice to have some way to salvage a meal that turned out badly.
What are some good, low calorie salad dressings and/or seasonings?