So you know Nerds Rope? Okay, so that, but bigger, and instead of Nerds make it Skittles.
yo what the fuck IS yeast? like i know how to use it in recipes and what it does, but how is it made? how did people use it in recipes thousands of years ago? cuz i don't think they went down to tesco and bought some instant yeast.
Didn't have any real ideas for dinner tonight so whipped up something at random.
Chopped organic zucchini and onion fried in Colativa olive oil with a bit of bacon, then added cooked spaghetti. Topped with freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano and black pepper.
It was pretty good, and I had been worried about how well zucchini would work in it.
Suggestions for alteration/improvement?
You should try practicing your seasoning skills on fried eggs.
Fry an egg, cut it into quarters then season each individual slice with different combinations. This way, you'll get a feel for different flavors and soon become a spicemaster!
my dad gave me this retarded dry cookie ingredients in a jar where you have to add wet ingedients and bake it yourself
i totally think it's not going to work
what does anon think?
>My face when people think Americans just eat fast food
A shame really. I love using the rotis function
>the dish contains onion
Alright bros what's the best way to serve spam?
What's the most pretentious dish that's been featured on Chef's Table?
If you paid for the pizza and made "Piss on it" a special instruction... would they?
once, after papa johns had gotten my order wrong for the 5th or 6th time I pissed all over the wrong order and gave it to the driver when he brought the right order. I told him that there was nothing wrong with it and they could have it if they wanted. i was pretty drunk
what is your favorite arbies sandwich /ck/?
>using tap water to make tea
>doing a second infusion
>drinking flavored tea
>drinking iced tea
>Caring how others enjoy things
>on a Laotian doodle website
Bellpeppers stuffed with chilli and honey seasoned chicken, mushrooms and onions.
Yay or nay?
Lawry's seasoning salt and shredded potatoes
Anyone have any good Swiss recipes?
I'm of Swiss descent so looking to try more foods from there.
I was wondering if anyone had any proven personal recipes, most Internet recipes are shit. If I had wanted shitty Internet recipes I could've gotten them a lot easier than posting on here.
If you have nothing to contribute why are you here?
My mum is Swiss and I was raised partially there. Still, I can't think of much in the way of purely Swiss, home-cookery. Plenty of Swiss things that are manufactured foods, like sausages and cheeses, but not a whole lot of Swiss home-cooking.
Um... Swiss macaroni and cheese, I guess? It's basically macaroni and cheese with ham, potatoes, wine-caramelised onions and either Appenzeller, Emmentaler and/or Gruyère cheeses tossed together, topped with béchamel sauce and more cheese then baked until heated through and gooey.
Also fondue, obviously. And rösti.
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