anyone cook with these bad boys?
I do...Well, at least once a week I make the same old curry i really like.
Anyone can share some ideas on what else to cook? Please note I don't really like butternut pumpkin all that much, hokkaido is my fav for sure
Put your oven on moderate heat.
Cut in half, from top to bottom.
Scoop out the seeds.
Drizzle olive oil on the pumpkin, then season with a little salt and pepper.
Put it in the oven, the interior facing upwards.
Bake for atleast 30 minutes, 40 is better.
While its cooking...
Heat up a frying pan on moderate.
Put in tiny amount of olive oil and about a small handfull of pancetta/lardons (or bacon chunks if you cant get those). Fry till nearly cooked.
Add a clove of minced garlic, stir.
Add whole sage leaves, stir till the garlic is cooked and the leaves are slightly crispy.
Get the pumpkin out.
Put the frying pan mix into the little hollows of the pumpkin.
Put about two to three tablespoons of marscapone cheese on top of the pan mix.
Grate some parmasan cheese on top of that.
Put back in the oven for about 10 mins, or until the cheese looks slightly melty and the parmasan is golden.
Serve and enjoy.
Would you eat it sempais?
/ck/ What is the best alternative for ground beef in chili. brisket? tri tip?
Rate my diet based on a smattering of recent meals I will will be posting ITT.
Some of these I prepared myself, others are fast food.
Hit me with your worst, /ck/
Pic related: last night's meal, pan fried tilapia steak with sushi on the side.
Chili Con Carne (homemade) with sour cream and chives.
Has anyone ever tried this? Is it any good? I'm thinking about ordering a box.
Its stronger and cheaper than conbini beer and was my drink of choice in Japan when I didn't feel like buying actual hard liquor. Grapefruit is pretty shitty but lemon isn't bad although I usually go for Dry if I've tried all the seasonal flavors. Strongs were the only alcohol I brought back after living overseas in Japan that wasn't gifted sake.
Time for a cook-along, I will be making a chicken stir fry, here are the ingredients
have very small counter space, have to make it count
Wok heating up
Got these for Christmas, treating me well so far.... Just using the 2 big ones to cut veg and meat
Did I do good?
Hey when you're cooking these things are you supposed to leave the water in when they're done?
How I usually do it is like this:
crush up the ramen,
open it up into a bowl,
fill it halfway with water,
cook 4 minutes
take it out
strain the water out,
dump back into bowl
add 6 torn up chicken nuggets
add flavor packet
add half cup soy sauce
stir, enjoy with a sandwich. Usually a chicken patty, sometimes hot ham and cheese.
>you should have water broth.
Why? With a soup, you actually eat the broth...with ramen noodles you just eat the noodles and are left with a big bowl of salt water to dump out in the sink, it's pointless
>hash browns on bottom
>then hamburger patty
>then eggs on top of that
>cover it up with chili, cheese and onions
This sounds good but honestly would probably be better if plated seperately.
I feel like everything will run together and it will create a poorly-textured mush.
Part of what makes hash browns so yummy is the crunch you get as you bite in and with this method the exterior will be completely soaked.
Also I think it doesn't need the hamburger patty what with the sausage and chili.
Those are just my opinions though and I would probably order/eat that as-is if I see it on a menu.
Have you guys tried carbonara toast yet?
I can't express just how disappointed I am
So disappointed I posted it on a malayan kimchi courtesy club dashboard
Have you tried this?
I almost did, but the only time I encountered it was at a shitty general store in a rural part of the state I live in, and the last thing I was going to do was walk around with a can that said "Pussy" on it while being called a faggot by a community that didn't want gay marriage.
I mean wanting gay marriage is objectively wrong too
what you should be campaigning for is marriage to be dissolved all together, its just an archaic relic left over from when women were property and men were expected to support them like they are dead weight
I'd buy it though, so long as the pussy is on the outward facing side of the can and not covered by my hand. it would really tie my image together in fact.
Just got done making dinner, what you got for me?
Tilapia on to a bed of sauteed mushrooms, carrots, Brussels sprouts, chard and garlic, with a side of red wine/sage aioli
My girlfriend bought me black garlic a while ago, but i don't know what the proper use of it is. I believe it's Korean, so I guess for use of Korean dishes, but what is the difference between it and white garlic?
>Marler orders his burgers well-done
>Having spent over 20 years working on food-poisoning lawsuits, Bill Marler simply doesn't eat certain foods anymore.
>Having wonmore than $600 million for clients in foodborne-illness cases, Marler says his experiences convinced him these foods aren't worth the risks.
>Marler says. “If it’s not cooked thoroughly to 160°F throughout, it can cause poisoning byE. coliand salmonellaand other bacterial illnesses.
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I can see thoroughly cooking ground beef, since it's several different cows mushed up together. Also I just don't like the taste of undercooked ground beef.
but steak? either the whole steak will make you sick or none of it will, and that is a risk I'm going to take as an American (God bless)
I mean, yes, some people get sick. I've been eating blue rare my entire life and I'm fine. I have a strong gut.