How do you make the milkshake like the ones in Jack In The Box or In N Out, make it more thick and stuff.
Should I get one of those milkshake maker?
what's this food?
Does /ck/ sous vide?
when you're eating something really great, do you tend to eat it super fast, or really slowly?
Do you guys enjoy flavored Mountain Dew?
I want to make tiramisù, savoiardi biscuits on up.
I think I got everything ready but I do't drink coffee so I'm not sure how I should handle the espresso dunk. I don't even own a percolator. "Instant" espresso sounds fucking awful. Should I just go to Starbucks are buy a 20oz-er of espresso?
no, just use instant (you don't even need instant espresso just make regular dark roast instant with an extra scoop in the cup to make it stronger). for this application it makes absolutely no difference.
Are Perugina chocolates good?
I know they're owned by Nestle.
I was cleaning out my cupboards and found a box of cake mix that expired in September 2010. I don't even use boxed cake mix and I don't know how I've had it for so long.
Anyways, do you guys think it's safe to use? It's still totally sealed, the boxed is fine, no evidence of moisture or anything.
Should I toss it? Bake it and see what happens? Eat the whole thing?
Making a homemade banana pudding. The kind you cook.
Recipe calls for flour but doesn't specify which kind (self rising or all purpose).
What do you think /ck/?
The reality of that picture.
You dive in there w/ her, everyone gets cuts and scrapes and bruises (those chips are pointy) Dries out her cooch, also that's about 30 bags of doritos not one.
what's the most GOAT food senpai?
Does anyone else add stuff at home when taking home restaurant food?
I put Chinese-style chili oil a pan and slightly re-fry my take-out fried rice.
I add Tabasco to my take-out pizza.
refrying takeout fried rice is beyond the fucking pale OP
Now you have to clean a wok, and if you're going to do that you may as well take the extra 5 mins to chop some shit up and make your own goddam fried rice
just order it with chili oil ffs
>yfw you realize Dr Pepper is just black cherry cream soda
I've heard that before and I don't believe that anything prune-related is a part of the recipe at all. It's definitely a cream soda. That much is obvious. The distinct flavor, however, has to be cherry-related. They even made a cherry flavored version that tastes just like the original but with more cherries.
Got gifted some spices (pic related) that contain:
>Ground Himalayan salt (87%) and spices in varying proportions (13%):savory, rosemary, thyme, lemongrass.
Thing is I very rarely cook with spices and I have no idea what to do with this mix. Any ideas?
Finely dice 2 large bunches of fresh parsley, then add these ground up spices:
1 tsp allspice
1/2 tsp white pepper
1/2 tsp coriander
Add this mix with 1 tbsp of your salt blend in a large mixing bowl. Shuffle everything around until the parsley flakes are evenly coated. Get 2-3 pounds of ground lamb or beef & start mashing it in with the spices. Keep folding the flesh on itself until the coloring is uniform & the parsley bits are interspersed throughout.
Stick the bowl in the fridge or...
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Hey guys I fucking suck at cooking anything past omlete, Pasta, and basic microwaveable food. I want to learn how to cook but all of the website that I find are targeting housewives who are looking for new recipes.
Any websites that focuses on easy (and maybe cheap) cooking for beginners?