Can we get a sous vide thread?
Just got one, need to figure out what to cook first.
Tips also appreciated
No. I'm actually pretty impressed at how some people survive falls. I swear I once read that someone lived after his parachute failed to deploy.
anyone can recommend a good hot plate?
looking for something with a 7+ inch coil
pic related gets good reviews on amazon but i'm open to suggestions
Are tomatacados in season where you live?
They're not for me, but I still can't stop myself from buying them, even though I know they're overpriced, and wont taste as good.
I will buy that shit and eat one almost a full jar in one sitting it's so good but also trashy af tbqh senpai like other anon said. I don't buy it more than like one every 2 years because of those reasons
What's your favorite sandwich?
my desert island sandwich would be boiled egg, lemon and black pepper mayo and really good tomatoes on either some crusty white or seeded wholemeal bread.
special treat would be like a reuben or something
Grilled chicken with lettuce, tomato, and mustard on a toasted whole wheat bun.
Chick-fil-A has a good one, but I have a charcoal grill and they taste nearly identical for less money. They also add pickle which I omit.
Has /ck/ decided what they're going to make their significant other for Valentines Day yet?
I tried my hand at making peanut butter fudge and miniature cakes.
Why do people call these pans? It's just confusing.
When's the last time you went to an Orange Julius?
I remember going there at the mall when I was a kid, it was a real treat. I haven't had it in probably 20 years or more, though. No memory of what it tastes like.
Where do vegans get their b12 aside from laboratory supplements and special ordering plants from far distant lands that they are not from?
they really should eat some sardines.
the b12 is off the charts.
>live next to lake erie
>lake perch is $16.99 a pound
>ocean perch is $6.99 a pound
explain this shit /ck/
Ocean perch are not truly perch. They're a species of bass IIRC, and the big price difference is a result of that and the fact that mass-fishing in a lake setting is more difficult than on the ocean.
Also lake perch taste a lot nicer.
I have a brand new cast iron pan. I ran it through the oven self clean to strip the old seasoning. I thoroughly scrubbed all the rusted remains off. Immediately wiped it dry and covered with a thin layer of flax oil. Baked it in the oven at 550 for an hour. It still has a bunch of rust on it. I followed exact instructions, what went wrong?
OP, can you be more specific about exactly what you did?
Running the pan through the self-clean cycle will strip off food, grease, etc. However it will not remove rust.
If your pan was rusty when you got it then then you need to remove the rust by other means before you season it.
If your pan was truly rust-free before you started seasoning it then it doesn't make any sense that it rusted in an hour. You either didn't remove all the rust first, or you did something else afterwards that...
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>taste anything with ketchup on it
>tastes like McDonalds
Anyone else have weird food associations like this? Anything I put ketchup on reminds me of McDonalds.
I always associate northern Africans with ketchup. I don't know why.
This shit reminds me of being 12, because I drunk it prodigiously during the summer when I was 12
>Old Bay seasoning on any animal that comes from the sea
>Makes everything else taste like fish/crabs
Captcha: select all french fries
R8 my meal
Slow cooked a Pork Roast with yummy spices, then lazily tossed Carrots and Jasmine Rice into a nice delicious mixed bowl of homemade mushroom sauce
Rice shouldnt be, it was made in a Rice Cooker.
The carrots were a last minute effort of vegetable, cooked by soaking in the broth.
No color, lotta flavor
Im also pretty hungover so I'm gonna chalk this one up as a 'win' for me