Ever tried the famous Kobe beef? Is it really that good?
I have approximately 9USD I can spend on food for the next 3 weeks.
I have 4 big carrots, 4 big potatoes, 3 peppers, two and a half onions, around 200g of beef, wheat tortillas, crackers, cereal, powdered milk, one can of tuna, three big tomatoes, some sweet sandwich bread, one papaya, a dozen of eggs (I think), some soup packets and a ton of rice I can cook.
That and spices, sugar, a little bit of flour, powered cocoa, honey, coffee and stuff that isn't necessarily food.
What do you guys think I should buy with my limited budget and what can I cook...
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I have had a carton of six balut in my fridge for 2-3 months.
I'm assuming it's bad but I can't find any articles about its actual shelf life, just people talking about how disgusting it is.
Has it gone bad? Any idea on how to dispose of it? I can't think of anyone I hate enough to egg their house with balut, though the idea is really tempting.
Let's talk real co/ck/tails.
My take on a gin and tonic
Tanqueray Rangpur, Bitter Lemon Fever Tree Tonic, and a dash of Rose's Premium sweetened Lime
Absolutely fucking delicious. Even people who normally hate gin love this
Okay what is the magic of iced coffee?
If I buy iced coffee it tastes fucking amazing but if I put some hot coffee in the fridge and drink it when it's cold it tastes like shit. What the fuck am I missing?
Cold brewed iced coffee tastes much smoother.
Hot brewing extracts much more of the bitter chemicals in coffee. When its then cooled you can taste them much more. Most untrained people tend to use too little coffee and brew too long, which makes it even worse.
Just pick up a cold brew pitcher and use that.
How do we stop the bulk purchase meme once and for all? Pic related, 4 gallon bucket of mayonnaise
What's wrong with a 4 gallon tub of mayo? It's cheaper for everyone to buy/sell in larger quantities, and it's not a bucket of fruit that's going to go bad within the week if you don't eat all of it immediately.
Why are you even in a warehouse store if you don't want to buy bulk items? You're only making yourself look stupid here.
It's a cook along and OC thread. I'll be smoking a pork shoulder today. I've never attempted to smoke something this big. Here's to hoping I don't fuck it up.
I rubbed it down with some spices last night.
I didn't let it set as long as I wanted, but it did the trick.
I've been keeping the smoker around 225. I'm about for hours into it. I added some mop sauce right after this.
Anyone know any recipes that don't require flour? All I have are onions, oil, eggs, and breadcrumbs.
I really wanted to make these mozzarella onion rings I saw on buzzfeed but I have no flour.
I just bought some Himalyan salt. It taste like salt only more expensive.
Did I get fooled?
Anyone ever tried making this? Had a few homemade ones by Spanish people in Spain and they were delicious, restaurant ones are crap though so I thought I'd give it a go myself. They warned me that it was easy to fuck it up so i was worried but I thought it came out pretty good for a first attempt. Tasted really good.
I used Desiree potatoes, an onion and 6 eggs. Feel free to tell me why it looks shit or whatever
The best way to cook spaghetti?
Do you add lots of salt, maybe oil?
Who else here Wooden Utensil Master Race?
I started using wood 5 years ago and never went back. Works great on steel and castiron
How do I get over my fast food addiction?
I literally just biked 25km to get to my favourite burger place (pic unrelated).
How do I into olive oil dipping? Do you guys add something to it or just dip your bread as it is?
Usually price, or look for designated place origin labels. That stuff you're seeing for $6 a bottle is vinegar and caramel though.
How's your frying game?
do you bread or batter it? that chicken looks really miserable...