After I took mushrooms I got the distinct message of spirituality to never eat meat again. It's weird since I'm a southern Texas gentleman who loves steak and barbecue and always hated vegans. But I consider this a direct message from the gods because others who took shrooms reported the same thing.
evening /ck/s, what can I get you?
Gimmie dat Beef and Reef with a side of Oysters on the half shell
>goin all in tonight boys
>seafood sampler for 2 or 4
>you get 3 or 6 of half the items
Why do places do this? I know "2 or 4" just refers to the amount of food in general, bu if you're going to have something and say "X for two", there should at least be an even number of ever item.
Looking for a new 8" chef's knife for around $150. Last one was a German knife so I'm thinking of trying something Japanese. Anyone got any experience the different Japanese knife makers and steel types?
Wanna guess what's in the bag?
>kids these days are so obsessed with looking at their cellphones 24/7 that the mcdonald's marketing team actually puts a fucking cellphone on their bags now
That's probably more disgusting than whatever's inside the bag.
6 oysters, fresh, open and retain their juices
¼ to ½ onion cut into very thin slices
1 Tomato, seeded and diced
½ green sweet pepper, diced
½ tbsp. Chopped cilantro
The Juice of 5 Limes or 3 lemons
½ tablespoon of olive oil
Salt to taste
Soak the slices of onions in a cup of cold water with a teaspoon of salt and rinse well. drizzle the onions with the juice of
1 Lemon or 2 limes.
shuck the oysters, keeping the juice from the oysters. rough cut the oysters.
In a medium bowl, combine chopped oysters, their juices, onion, chopped tomato, peppers, the juice of the remaining
lemons or limes, chopped cilantro, olive oil and salt to taste.
Let marinate for about 5-10 minutes max in the fridge and serve immediately.
optional you can add a shot of tequila and a shot of clamato.
What brand of chicken tenders are the best?
What's the best sauce?
I just bought a wok, Ken what?
Can't wait to friy my food
Anyone read this guy before? Just picked it up from a library sale in good condition. Think I'm just going to read through it once then flip it on eBay
I want to get into eating raw/less cooked meats. Which meats are safer to eat raw? Which ones should I avoid? I.e. I'm pretty sure you should never fucking eat raw chicken, I don't know if the same applies to all meats, maybe it's less risky.
>I'm pretty sure you should never fucking eat raw chicken
I've had chicken sashimi at restaurants... its safe it you have the right chicken.
Same with pork... nobody has gotten hookworm from pork in centuries.
The only meats that are reasonably safe to eat raw are ones that have been prepared specifically for raw consumption. Raw ground beef and pork are usually produced from whole cuts that are seared on all sides before being freshly ground on a dedicated sterile meat grinder. A reliable butcher would also have these products regularly checked for safety.
Is chilli just a pasteurized version of frijoles rancheros?
Where are you supposed to keep chocolate in summer?
If you leave it out in the open, it melts.
If you put it in the refrigerator, it tastes like shit.
I tried to make some weeaboo food like in one of my japanese animes how did I do?
8 hours from now, we have our federal election.
it is a tradition to buy a sausage on bread, with onion and slather it in tomato sauce and eat in while you're waiting in line to vote.
its called a sausage sizzle.
they're also found outside bunnings, a national hardware store chain and also
but tomorrow is a federal election!
so what I am proposing is for everyone to try the good old sausage sizzle, find some thin beef sausages preferably with a natural casing and fry them up, fry some sliced onion up too.
put them on bread, squirt some ketchup...
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how does /ck/ feel about canned fish (nOT including garbage like tuna)? i like herring and sardines, and the occasional canned salmon, but i currently only eat the more expensive stuff like king oscar's. are there any cheaper brands that aren't complete garbage? i had some $1 can sardines once that had really big bones and tough filets and to be frank they turned me off of cheaper fish. i haven't tried alternate packings other than fresh water (usually get olive oil), wondering how sauces like mustard/tomato/hot sauce turn out.
Mackerel is good. God-like salmon is also god-like, but I don't really have access to those really really good canned salmon in my local supermarket, so unless I want to order online or something I am out of luck.
I am not picky about my food, so I can endure the cheaper kind of fish, so I am afraid I am not a good guideline when it comes down to tolerable cheap food.
Pic your favorite cuisines