>tiny as fuck hamburger
>$7.60 for 4 hamburgers (equivalent to 1 regular sized hamburger), medium fries and a diet coke
Is White Castle a meme chain or something. I don't get it.
Ever taste something so terrible that you vomited just too relive the horror after finishing it?
How do I get my hands on exotic meats? Things like elephant or giraffe? Additionally, how would you cook them?
you come to my house and ill serve you my elephant/giraffe size meat
Anyone cooking something good during the blizzard? Comfy recipes? Fellow snowed in mid-atlantic anons share!
Americans are fucking pathetic. Snowed in with....muh half meter snow!!!!!
Post your meals and rate
I just made that
Sauteed red potatoes, onions, and red beans cooked in a garlic chili sauce with various spices and crushed red pepper, jasmine rice, banana, water
Hey seekay ever sample a flavour so magnificent that you vomited just do that you could savour it again?
Chicken Parmigiana is pretty fucking boring, IMO. Which is why I rarely make it. However, I have a family member who's been asking me for weeks to make it for dinner, so I'm finally giving in.
Now, I know perfectly well how to make it, that's not a issue. But, I'm looking for some ideas to make it better, tastier, and more interesting. I can think of several myself, but I know that /ck/'s collective mind can probably come up with some really interesting things.
So, pls, tasty and interesting ways to dress up chicken parm?
How do you prepare for a buffet?
Is there a legitimate argument against MSG and GMOs?
1. You'll never have more MSG than when you dump soy sauce over your food like an autistic asian.
2. GM is a tool that is vulnerable to misuse but has been widely misunderstood by the public. GMOs are the only way we can feed 9 billion people though.
On Sunday I'll be cooking Chef John's Duck Breast a l' Orange (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15ua-qSqHMg) for my family.
Since each breast is big enough for a good meal, I was thinking to toast some bread and spread some butter with garlic over it and/or offer mango bites as a side which, I have no idea how to prepare them yet. However, I'd like to know what would you use as a side.
Also, I was thinking to document the steps and take pictures to show /ck/.
Caring to share your ideas?
tl;dr need idea to side with duck
>mango bites as a side
Sounds like a terrible idea.
>thinking to document the steps and take pictures to show /ck/
Always a good idea.
If you're making a classic dish for the first time why not make some of the sides it might traditionally be served with, such as tourne potatoes cooked in butter with parsley, salt and pepper, and maybe candied carrots. Keep it simple.
Pls help me /ck/ I live alone and need ideas for healthy, tasty, and relatively cheap meals. Ideally I wanna be spending the least amount of time shopping/cooking so if I could make like a week worth of food that would be great.
Lentils and beans are your friend, anon.
Fry some garlic in a pan and add a brown onion or two, brown some mince if you like, diced tomatoes, lentils, etc etc.
I used to pull this card when I was studying and had less time for cooking, its not something you should ever serve to someone else though.
What does this taste like? I bought it since it was cheap so I'm not expecting much. Good recipes for it?
A few day ago I had a late night hankering for some spaghetti and filled my 1980’s 2 quart all stainless steel “Flint” brand saucepan with water and put it on the stove, then went to do a bit of shitposting, forgetting about the pot of water on the stove until I smelt something burning (yes, I had a few beers that night).
Ended up boiling out all the water and burning / scorching the saucepan and now the inside is discolored with bluish-greyish-blackish kinda pattern inside from the stove’s gas burner jets.
I let the pot soak for for a couple of days and...
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Whats the point of tortellini when we have ravioli?
Seems like making it able to bend just reduces the filling
everything about pasta is about the different textures changing the way it feels when you eat it.
why do you think so many of them look alike. very small differences in size, ridges, smooth, etc.
i enjoy tortellini more than ravioli because of the way it feels. it's more firm, easier to eat, smaller, catches sauce in the folds, and so on.
That's like asking what the point of linguine or fettuccine or angel hair is when we have regular spaghetti.
It's boring to eat literally the same thing all the time with no variation.
Why is this acceptable in her mind? Is it just bad parenting not forcing her to eat diffrent types of food? What kinda mental condition is needed for such insanity? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_pcOif-RSQ