>go. to gf's house to eat dinner
>her parents are serving shrimp
>my fucking face when the shrimp aren't de-vined
WHAT FUCKING DO
Nowhere else to turn. Is lasagna a thing, or a collective of things?
Seems silly, but temporaly tied to how we use language nowadays.
I have baking (as I type, mind you... ) a glass dish filled with layers of flat noodles, cheeses, spinach, and a meat/veggie sauce.
Am I baking lasagna?
Am I baking a lasagna?
It's a dish, which is one word describing a specific arrangement of ingredients. Happens all the time in language.
You could say I'm running as fast as possible, or say I'm sprinting. One is quicker to say.
You have autism
It's "a lasagna" OP, as the lasagna is considered a complete thing which is then separated for serving.
Same with 'a casserole' or 'a cake'.
But that's really being technical, it's not that concerning.
Things are about to get spicy
Holy shit this stuff is amazing
I never see it in stores, why isn't it more popular?
I saw this in my supermarket and thought "ey, meme" which is probably why it isn't more popular. Mainly kids buy random shit like this for the novelty.
Any what type of biscuit does it taste like?
I live in the middle of nowhere and I can get that stuff at Walmart and the local grocery chain. Funny story, my brother calls that stuff "Biscotti" no matter how many times I explain "those are Fs, not Ts, and there's no I at the end!" I too love that stuff. It's almost as good as peanut butter. One time I fell in love with girl who has a terrible nut allergy and I used to lie away at night imagining spending the rest of our lives together and how I'd have to give up peanut butter so she wouldn't go into anaphylactic shock every time...
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Has anyine ever been to Q39's barbecue place in Kansas City? I just went there, and I'll leave my review of it right here.
I just went to Q39 for my birthday dinner. Oh. My. Lord. The best barbque ever. Here's my take on it; As I walked into that old looking Barbecue joint, it looked like an old fashioned, run down sort of place. As I walked in, my senses were heightened by the glorious smell of sweet, spicy and tangy food. A nice lady led me and my pals to our sets. Then he came. Scott. Scott was one of the best damn waiters I've ever had. From his...
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This fag I know... let's call him Justin wanted to explicitly know what step 5 to 6 meant. 'let it rise'. It's not just gonna rise at room temperature is it?
Can someone clarify this guide a little bit.
Any body else here own one of these?
I like some of the syrups you can buy, but they're all too damned sweet, even when I use less than what is called for... I've been making my own syrups. So far I've made cilantro/lime, lemon/basil, strawberry and balsamic reduction, and a pear soda. Lychee was pretty good, too. So was the ginger beer. Anyone have any experience making their own soda syrups?
>Adding syrup to seltzer water
>Being a child
I've got a Sodastream Source and I only use it for making seltzer. When I was younger I'd add a splash of Pom to seltzer, but haven't done anything like that recently. It's still the only thing I'd even consider
I'm on a time-limited diagnostic exclusion diet and can only eat
rice, apples, bananas, carrots, bell peppers, cucumbers, oranges, lettuce, kiwi, plus all animal products and oils. (no spices and condiments)
Anybody got ideas for properly composed dishes using these ingredients?
I want to buy a juicer. Recommendations?
Pic related, it's a juicer.
what kind of juice do you want to make
i have pic related it's a boss and super easy to clean
i used a breville recently at a friend's house.. it's pretty fast but a bitch to clean and i like the slow type
>still being cucked by apples
How does it feel having the pallet of a 12 year old? If you aren't eating pears yet you aren't old enough to post here
You got me. Oh man. I could use a juicy pear right now.
best cheese, go
I have a small rice cooker but I usually only make rice and butter in it.
Is there anything else I can make that has more flavor but is similarly easy to make? I don't have much kitchen space or a kitchen for that matter, but plain rice and butter gets kinda old.
I want to try a can or two of hominy in my chili. Is this a bad idea? Have you seen/tried/done it before? Am I and idiot sammich?
I know it's not going to 'infuse' flavor, but I love hominy and I was more or less hoping the hominy would absorb the chili flavor a little bit. I've tried hominy in bean and cheese burritos before and was disappointed, but it is an awesome side for burritos? It's weird.
Yeah I didn't plan on putting it in immediately with everything else, would turn to mush I'm sure.
I got one of these bad boys for my birthday.
Looking for some Recipe Recommendations, thinking of doing some Beef Stroganoff for the weekend.
I'm on such a broccoli high right now
This is the Stroganoff recipe I found
Which I should've linked off the bat
A bunch of them used Mushroom soup as a base, but that seems pretty bitch tier.
Is this Maillard Reaction? Because to me tasted like overcooked as fuck. Is the maillard reaction a troll?