What food are you giving up for Lent?
I'm having a go at making stuffed mushrooms for the first time.
Do you think that's enough stuffing?
r8 my muffins lol
honey, ya got a big muffin there
take me all night to eat that muffin
I have 600g of rosettes no one is every going to eat because reasons. And I despise throwing out food.
What is a good recipe I could bastardize them into?
I was thinking of some sort of molasses haystack recipe.
What's a good rub for beef? I remember someone gave me one for pot roast with soy sauce and Dijon mustard. What would you suggest?
Show off your pots and pans.
Here you go. The carbon steel pan in the back is fairly new, so there's not much of a patina on it yet.
Welcome 2 the hood.
Post drinks that you can't find normally
Starting with this god-tier drink
/ck/, do you have any recipes for rice cookers? thinking of experimenting a bit.
Pic related: my rice cooker
The azn market near me has some of the dumbest typos on the regular.
Just now I browned some pork chops (cut up into pieces), onion, carrots, then cooked it in broth after throwing in cauliflower and some greens and a couple of eggs. Does this dish have a name? It was quite good and I think I'll make it again.
r8 my dinner mates
10/10 I would eat them in a boat
This right here is what's wrong with the world
apart from chipotle, is there any other fast food chain that serves food that is actually healthy and good for you?
What do you guys think of Spanish food?
I think it's amazing and way more complex than I could have ever imagined--it's so much more than tapas and paella.
I live in Castilla y Leon and here's some of the most common dishes.
>Alubias (or judiones) de la Granja
Big ass beans stewed with pig's ear, chorizo, garlic, onion, tomato, and paprika.
>Chanfaina (pic related)
A rice dish similar in form to paella, made with lamb tripe and other lamb parts, blood, garlic, hard-boiled...
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While I will admit that there's a lot of similarities between some dishes and that they do love their garlic and paprika...
Srsly nigga? Spain has some of the best gastronomy in Europe.
I would rank it up there with France and Italy