Do Americans really eat candy for breakfast?
I've decided to eat nothing but stir-fry and fajitas for the next 2 months. Any of you fu/ck/s got decent stir-fry combinations?
I did it for the first time tuesday and used some frozen vegetables instead of fresh which royally fucked it up. I'm not a smart person.
Aubergine, prawns, spring onions and sambal.
Pork mince, radishes and sambal.
Broccoli, beef, sesame seeds and black bean.
Carrot, bean sprout and satay.
All of the above include chilli, ginger, garlic and soy sauce of course.
Medium high heat is wrong, blast the absolute shit out of it.
What's the worst thing you've ever been served at a family or friends house?
My friend's sister made chicken breast once.
>Dry as fuck to the point of being nearly impossible to swallow
>Way too overdone
>mfw I had to say it was good so I didn't hurt her feelings
So I started some chicken stock but went out and was gone longer than I planned. The stock reduced to maybe 200ml. Once it cooled it was really gelatinous and smelled pretty good. Can I just treat this as super concentrated and dilute it as needed?
As long as it doesn't taste burned, yeah. Ideally your stock will always be super gelatinous regardless of if it's reduced insanely or not. More chicken wings help on that front, between the wee bones and skin/cartilage.
Basically, if it tastes good, use it.
I made chicken stock yesterday. Usually I reduce it until there's about 500ml left. I used 2 chicken carcasses and 1 hind quarter and I didn't bother to roast anything and flavour was still really good.
Why don't Americans eat fish & chips?
I can't speak for the entire country, but here in Arkansas a plate of catfish and fries is popular.
>mfw learning of sous vide memecooking
>there are people who literally steep their foodstuffs in memes to apply heat to their food
Let's talk about CLUB MATE - It's fucking delicious. Have you tried it yet?
So I want to make some kind of black bean salad. I'm gonna put canned salmon in it, too. What else? Would vinegar go well in it? What about cottage cheese?
Why don't the cylons ever just jump their base ships directly on top of galactica? Just jump the ressurection ship in a safe distance away and then jump 2-3 baseships directly INTO galactica. Boom. Humans RIP.
When will Taco Bell roll out the Crispy Chicken Taco nation wide? I heard it did well in test markets. Was anyone lucky enough to get to try it? If so, your thoughts?
How do you like your pho?
with plenty of thai basil and cilantro on top, lots of beef and a little bit of lime. no fucking sriracha tho, that's for burgers and subhumans.
it's the best soup in the world, though tom yum goong from an authentic thai places comes very close.
>people on /ck/ are unironically calling things meme foods
Yeah, there's been an increase in crossboarding fags from some of the most awful boards the last few years. With that comes an increase in shit posting or people that just don't care to learn about a boards culture before they start posting other board culture outside of that board.
Also, this is a shit thread. You're a fag, OP.
id just like to say i like you
also yeah fuck you OP youre as bad as them. you have no concept of how to trade or contribute opinions or information, evidenced by your inability to focus on anything either than the lowest common denominator of people that infest this board- your people.
unless you can tell me which aromatics & spices would be a good addition to my gingerbread to complement the cinnamon, nutmeg, & star anise, go fuck yourself
Haven't seen a knife thread in a bit.
Just got a new knife in the mail... It's beautiful.
10" etched carbon steel with a lovely cocobolo handle... pic related.
>not having a handmade knife from your local blade smith
Handle is plenty big, it's also wide.
Lol definitely not a little girl, I'm a 6'4" dude.
But yeah I got it custom made to how I wanted it. Also has the first 2" or so of the back of the blade rounded off to be more comfortable.
Is hating on British food a meme? Fish and chips and shepards pie and mutton may not be the fanciest food but its great as far as I can tell.
brits themselves are pretty scornful of their own food, there's a forgotten complexity to it but as of now we're pretty known for primitively overcooking food and serving it in a sloppy greasy pile.
I have some stew meat defrosted and reddy to eet
What are some things I can make with it, without making Stew or slapping it into a Slow Cooker for hours, im hungry now.
Lay it on me, I got ingredients up the anus