I am about to go to red robin, will document the experience as it is my first time going. What should I order?
LOOKING TO MAKE SOME NORWAY FISH THAT YOU BURY FOR FEW MONTHS, IT NEEDS TO BE ROTTED AND FERMENTED
WHAT KIND OF SOIL DO I BURY IN
Flu season has arrived so it's been a lazy week cooking wise. So, unlike my usual threads this one is in near real time, so if at some point there's a lag in posting, it's because the thing isn't done cooking.
That being said, this week's cook along is lamb shank over baby potatoes.
3 lamb shanks (thawed)
3-4 garlic cloves
1-2 sprigs of rosemary
2 table spoon olive oil
salt and pepper
about 1 bag of new or baby potatoes
1. Pre-heat the oven to 350F.
Slice the potatoes into coins and cover the bottom of a baking dish.
2. Meanwhile, combine the olive oil, garlic and rosemary in a small blender. Or a mortar and pestle, if you prefer.
What if I add pesto?
There is a commercial running in my area in the US and basically it's "don't forget your vegetables" and the commercial is for Pork and Beans. Now this could technically be correct but I've never thought of beans as a vegetable. It's kinda an interesting flip on beans they are using.
I gotta make some food for a potluck tomorrow, but I'm not great at cooking for large numbers of people. What are some good dishes to make that serve many?
I have a huge craving for the little basterds, but hummus just won't do. Care to share any simple recipes with them?
does anyone have a link for that youtube video of a recipe for tomato sauce
but it's like really, really grody because the recipe is like mainly just oil and tomatoes. it always pops up in gross threads here
i wanna introduce a friend to the world of dumb people making disgusting shit. i've shown her a few jack vids but i gotta raise the stakes
You're thinking of >>7278956 but of course Jack also managed to fuck up something as simple.
>mainly just oil and tomatoes
That would be a good pomodoro if garlic, salt and an herb were involved. Long simmering sauces have their place, but a quick sauce sauce whose backbone is oil and tomatoes is pretty awesome if made right.
Let's have a cupcake thread
How come macaroons (Coconut is GOAT btw) aren't more popular? I feel like these could easily become a memefood like cupcakes.
I heard it's illegal in Wisconsin to not serve apple pie with cheese.
What's up with that?
>opinion about food or drink that I find objectionable
I bought a carton of these things, but the sauce is pretty gross. Is there any way to make my own ramen seasoning?
Jajangmyeon isn't even good when it's homemade, how would you expect a packaged version to be good? It's the Korean version of Chinese food ruined for local tastes.
a tbsp of this, or any of their flavors. I want to try their lobster base and their vegetarian beef flavor base.
When's the last time you had eggplant in a sandwich?
Pic related. Eggplant, roasted red pepper, and mozzarella on a pizza-like bread. So good.
I hated eggplant when I was a kid and I'm positive it's because my mom had no idea how to properly prepare it.
I ate eggplant this morning on a piece of bread - but it was roasted with spices, then puree'd with garlic, habanero, and olive oil.
Eggplant is just a sponge for what you cook it with, it's terrible on its own.
I bought half a duck from chinatown the other day, and it was fucking delicious. So now I have a bunch of fat and skin and bones and juice left over, and it's too tasty to throw away. Any advice on how to make soup out of it?
1. Make a stock first but leave the skin out to keep it from being too salty - you can recrisp the skin and add it back to the soup just before serving.
2. You'll want to skim the stock before turning into soup, otherwise it will be overwhelmingly fatty.
3. Ginger, banana peppers,and napa cabbage go well in roast duck soup. Don't even think about adding potatoes, more than a little bit of tomato, or any dairy.