favorite Michelada recipies
There's just two acceptable recipes:
Standard, which is just lemon/lime juice
and Cubana, which is lemon/lime, Maggi sauce, and worstershire sauce. Both varieties with a crown of salt.
can i make pulled pork out of lean, boneless pork chops?
i don't have a slow cooker but i have a pot & a lid
from what i read online it is quite dry (lean) so it's not so good with pulled pork, but i could just add coconut oil & bbq sauce to make it taste good. i kind of just want to use this pork for tacos and i hate how chewy it is when i cook it regularly on the frying pan
and if i did slow cook it how long would it take? and how hot should it be, boiling??
Make pork chops out of pork chops, these cuts will never make pulled pork like fatty cuts do.
Coconut oil and bbq sauce would be horrible replacements. It wouldn't gelatinize at all like natural pork fat, and wouldn't taste even close to the same. Plus, the texture would be all off. It'd definitely be tough like you'd hate.
Do you want some pork chop recipes?
so apparently you can make these pseudo-flatbreads out of egg, cream cheese, and cream of tartar.
what do you think of this horrific memebun?
I made them once. The recipe also called for sugar or an artificial sweetener, so I made one sweetened batch and one batch with extra salt.
Neither one was very nice. I don't think I'll bother making them again. If you want to eat less bread, you're better off just not having the bread.
hey guys. i'm a /b/tard but i'm trying to learn how to cook and my friend told me i should learn how to make carbonara because it's easy but will impress stupid people, but ive never even heard of prosciuto or pecorino, can you help?
pic probably related, first result when i googled carbonara
Most of these are godawful.
Any you have made or had before?
Also post pictures of hamburgers that you have saved
anybody here use a tool like Supercook? seems pretty cool, even if a lot of the recipes look like shit
>granny smith's meat roll
ITT: any programs, apps or resources you've found very helpful or learned a lot from in a short time period
Looking to expand my cookbook and cooking-related-book collection. What books should be in every keen amateur cook's bookcase, /ck/?
Ken's Pizza: The pizza that brings you back!
i'll straight eat the back half goat while the front half still breathing motherfucker you skinny faggots wanna talk food lets fucking talk food you pussy bitches. Got my teeth cut the fuck out and replaced with teflon coated titanium bitch, i got a thirteen million dollar artificial intelligence bionic swallow muscle designed by nasa that can straight push an unplucked turkey down my fucking throat fucking feet and all you fucking busters.
sometimes i order like three four double quarter pounders and walk out into the parking lot and just start cold whippin em at...
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O.p your hun should be pointed the other way for a faster grab. I bet you have it on safety too.
Hey guys can anyone recommend me some good sake that's available in the US? All i've had is the Gekkeikan stuff that i buy for cooking. I don't entirely dislike it, but i know it can be much better. Not interested in anything with flavorings added.
I would just try to import some, but it's illegal to have alcohol shipped to Pennsylvania so i don't want to deal with some customs bullshit.
New York here. Ordinarily I would never suggest venturing into New Jersey, but in this case it appears you have shitty state-controlled liquor stores, so you might want to make an exception.
It looks like your neighborhood Total Wine has common stuff like "Wandering Poet" and "Bride of the Fox", those are perfectly good sakes. They also have Momokawa which is a shade better than Gekkeikan but that's not saying much.
Just watch the date codes and don't buy sake more than a year old.
>dont have a spoon
>therefore take three pinches of cayenne pepper onto your palm
>lick the fingers
>eat the cayenne pepper from the palm
>drink from hot banana tea
>get a weird but pleasant not-the-normal-kind tingly feeling on your tongue
What is the secret for the best potato cake?
Wife material thread.
Just got a new pan /CK/! What cooking ware have you gotten recently? Pots? Pans? Knives?
There is nothing better