/ck/'s simple sandwich sauces? Any one have good sauce combos or mixtures?
A pretty good combo I found was Sweet Baby Ray's Golden Mustard BBQ sauce mixed with Kikkoman Siracha Mayo mixed at a ratio of about 2/1. Sweet with some good spice to it.
I need your help
>be a kid at a pool with my friend
>start putting hot sauce on them because I'm a kid that likes to experiment with my food
>friend says "ew thats disgusting"
>crusty old sailor emerges from the corner and yells at him
>SHOW SOME RESPECT! that's one of the 7 spices
and I have quested across the lands ever since to try and discover...
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One time during lunch in high school. I got some mayo and ketchup for my fries. And this kid was like "ewww that's gross"
Then I said to him, "Good thing you're not eating it then"
He literally was so stupid he didn't know how to respond to that.
so what we can take away from this is mayo and ketchup are not included in the holy spices since the crusty old man (I assume he is the guardian of the spices) didnt emerge to set the other kid straight for you
So I just ate this; it's literally not that hot at all. I could see how it's hot for a first time hot food eater but it's really not even hotter than eating a jalapeno. Disappointed. Will be trying habanero ramen soon so hopefully that is hotter.
I have no idea how this is a youtube challenge. It's literally not painful or anything, the heat, for me at least, did not leave my lips or tongue.
So before the shitposting commences, how about you give a bit of background on your tolerance for hot food. Did you eat a lot of spicy stuff in your childhood or are you one of those hot sauce enthusiasts?
Because for most people, including Koreans, who eat this shit on the regular, these noodles are quite pungent.
I was expecting it to be quite hot, even based on how the sauce looked... I was hesitant to put it in my mouth; I even waited a little while after taking the first bite just to be sure it wouldn't just ass rape me.... nothing happened so I just finished the noodles at that point.
did I drink milk afterwards, yes.
was I screaming or running around or sweating or my nose drippiing? no.
Should this be a staple on all menus?
Are these a meme kitchen appliance?
Generally speaking, would you consider country gravy a soup?
Where do you draw the line between a soup, a stew, and a gravy? I mean, for the most part all three are a roux with liquid added to it.
Hell, curry is basically a stew and you can eat straight or rice, scoop with naan, etc.
So, really is the true difference between gravies, soups, stews, and curries all just really semantics and tradition? Or are they irrefutably not the same thing at all?
The qt3.14 wants to hit the bk lounge tonight. Havent been there in quite some time. Also havent eaten in a day and half. Got any recommendations?
Get a new girl anon. Also this.
I can fry eggs, grill bacon, and make toast. That's about it.
What are some recipes it's mandatory to know if you want to survive in this world?
I think it's more important to know techniques
When you got that shit down you can just google any recipe and more or less figure out how to cook the food by just looking at the list of ingredients
Don't learn recipes, learn techniques. How to make a roux, , basic sauces (bechamel, veloute, salsa, guacamole, etc), knife-work, how to properly carmelize onions/garlic, how to peel/mince garlic or ginger or turmeric, how to deglaze, how to cook rice and pasta, how to knead dough, how to recognize complementary flavors, how the order in which to cook vegetables, etc.
Woah. Half those phrases are new to me. Roux, bechamel, veloute, guacamole, carmelize, turmeric, deglaze.
I have a cousin who lives in a household which pride themselves on being able to cook. He sometimes comments on the quality of the food he's eating, and I sometimes think I'm better off not having any sensitivity towards how food tastes.
Just made 700ml of blood orange simple syrup. Currently infusing the zest of 8 blood oranges in 300ml of 95% grain alcohol. The final product will be blood orange liqueur.
What have you fuckers been doing with your winter citrus?
I Haven't. The only liqueur I've considered making is with walnuts. See: nocino benvenuti. Had it in Italy a few times. As for my previous post, it was just a reference to the laughable pic related, in regards to all that mention of blood orange.
Sup today is my 32nd birthday, so I figured I would treat myself. I went and bought 2Lbs of wagyu beef
>order pizza online
>pick up instead of delivery
I used to deliver for pizza hut and a few times I've had customers that lived literally less than 1/4 mile away and would tip $5. One was directly behind the pizza hut and I just walked it over to their house. They weren't disabled or anything, made no sense at all unless they were too retarded to realize they live next to pizza hut.
What's the best guacamole recipe? No memes please.
is it really true that yellow 5 shrinks your balls? that was always a rumor growing up
Where can i find fresh produce and stuff in the middle of winter? Do i just go to the supermarket, or do i have to look around?
Also, Sorry if this thread already exists, I haven't seen one
Why the hell do people buy fucking chips to snack on while at work or school? Just fucking wait until lunch you goddam gluttonous fiends. I don't want to hear your crunching and freaking smell your chip breath every time you decide that you can't wait an hour to fill your goddam hole with food. This isn't goddam Africa, you aren't starving, you don't need to stuff your face every 5 minutes with food. FUCK.
I am triggered.