How do frozen beans taste? I finally bought a pressure cooker and its fucking awesome, should have done it years ago, but still it would be nice to have some beans on hand I can eat instantly. I know beans can be frozen but are they still pretty decent?
I generally make chickpeas, kidney, fava, black, so nothing weird.
Is there any dish whose taste isn't instantly improved with this shit on it?
Post your honorabru blade
>go on /v/
>somebody has posted his food
what's your take on this?
so glad you came over for dinner
how's your steak? i can put it back on if you'd like
what do you do /ck/?
I would probably politely say that I like my steak pretty rare, but that it was delicious (unless it was utter shit). It may not be as rare as I would like, but when you're a guest you don't want to be a huge asshole.
>go to store
>buy a bunch of ingredients and food
>forgot my grocery bags
>"would you like to buy a bag sir?"
who here a WAWA type of person?
red pill me on hot sauce
Alright. Here we go. There will be shit heads in this thread who order super special hot sauces from fucking amazon or some shit, but the truth is, sriracha is excellent for cooking, and franks is an awesome every day hot sauce.
Making brunch, thought I'd try my hand at one of these.
First dice your potatoes and put them in a pot of cold water with some salt and a dash of vinegar. PROTIP: Using a memesteel weebknife will make your food taste better
I'm making bread and the recipe says to bake it at 400 for 16 minutes. I'm not a very experienced baker, but that sounds pretty high.
Am I just dumb?
What kind of bread? Smaller loaves and rolls bake at pretty high temps. 16 minutes isn't that long for bread, so 400 certainly doesn't sound to high.
I start bread that isn't enriched in a 550 degree oven and as soon as it's in, turn it down to the temp it's going to bake at. For maximum oven spring.
What food items should I enjoy to celebrate the life and death of Severus Snape?
Great drink or the greatest drink?
Who /addictedtoacondiment/ here?
>Soy sauce on sandwiches
>Soy sauce in soup
>Soy sauce on vegetables
>Soy sauce in tacos
>Soy sauce on burgers
Pinto beans, country ham slice, chopped onion, little black pepper....gonna simmer it for about 3 hours. any tips... also post your beans
Help me /ck/, what the hell is this?
I've been seeing it every single day for virtually all my life and I have no idea what it is for.
Not even my great-grandmother knew what this is.