/ck/, what bread am I about to consume?
What is a good stir fry recipie?
I did google it but there's so many different recipes
these are the BEST hot dogs
I have a girl coming over and I want to do a "fancy" plated dessert. It must have either Strawberry or Chocolate or Both. I cannot temper the chocolate because I don't have thermother, the difficulty level is not important.
HELP ME CK
Nothing like a good old
16 year old wine to highlight the night.
Holy hell, what is this goddamn show? I refuse to believe that these people aren't actors and there are actually people that fucking clueless in a kitchen.
Haven't seen it on TV, just noticed it on Netflix so I'm watching the "collection" they have. Good lord.
It's reality TV so it's obviously staged, but I've definitely met and interacted with people who are pretty close to that level of clueless about cooking. A lot of people just never learned and then it's just sort of this whole mystifying world they don't understand.
Vote for them. It's worth it. Some of the best chips I've ever tasted.
So I needed 1 tablespoon of lemon juice for a recipe. I bought 1 litre ( 33.814 fl. oz ) because it was on clearance and was actually cheaper than the small little fucking containers you get by like a dollar.
So I used my tablespoon, now I'm left with 985 mL ( 33.3068 fl. oz ) of lemon juice. What can I make with this absurd amount of lemon juice? Suggestions?
Do I pick the pepperoni's off the pizza first or are they like, indications of where to bite?
What do I do with this more than just snacking on it?
What is the best liver for liver and onion? A chink supermarket near me sells chicken liver.
ive got some 100% lemon juice from concentrate. do i really have to refrigerate it after opening? what will happen if i don't? lmao.
what's your favorite type of onion?
>grilled spring onion wit lemon
based chef Boyardee
Beefaroni TV Add 1966
I honestly don't know how you eat this shit. I've tried the beef ravioli and it was disgusting. The sauce especially was vile. There is just something incredibly off about this shit.
A place that has no menu options. Lunch and Dinner meals are what ever the head chef feels like making that day.
You come in, lunch might be fancy sandwich with a salad and drink. Then dinner will be a protein, starch, veggie, drink, and dessert. Lunch and Dinner prices never change. Alcohol drinks separate prices.
I'm thinking about a food cart/truck that sells piroshkis with different fillings. Maybe use more unconventional fillings including a vegetarian and dessert option. I'd like to open my town up to Eastern European food.