Consider that any proper searing of meat (or cooking for that matter) is very likely going to create a small mist of grease that a splatter screen and/or vent hood can't contain. Every vertical surface including your floors is now covered in grease.
There's a few solutions as I see it: you can mop after every meal (impractical if you cook three times a day), wear slippers in the kitchen (wearing and removing them at the door) with every family member and roommate abiding by the rules, or just ignore it. Enjoy getting a glass of water before bed, and getting...
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Do you guys think it's just a passing fad or is it here to stay?
Even if it fades deep into obscurity, there will always be a few people who practice and evangelize it. And it's the kind of idea that can be independently discovered. I bet there have been people all around the world who have come up with the idea on their own. The idea of removing meat from a diet is an old one, and a few people will always take something to its extreme.
How does this image make you feel, /ck/?
Welcome to the Cereal Killer Cafe!
Hey /ck/, what did you eat today?
Half a bagel with a little cream cheese + orange juice
Balsamic chicken salad from panera
Pulled pork sandwich and corn
>new Samsung fridge has three cameras inside the fridge
>you can use smartphone to look inside your fridge to see what's inside, what's past expiration date, etc.
Would you find this useful?
Its lunchtime guys!
Post what you ate and whether you are employed. Lets see how needs vs jobbers eat.
Which Betty Crocker would you fug, /ck/?
Motherfucker I will throat your slit
Made one about a week ago and regretted not to post a better picture. It was SOFAKING good
I'm making another one tomorrow
post your pies
What are /ck/s favourite spices?
Careful! Last time someone made this thread, the sperglords came out of their parent's basements because anons were replying with "salt" and "oregano" which are "minerals and herbs, you dumb fucks". Let's not trigger the sensitive souls.
Yesterday I realized that McDonalds now had Mozzarella Sticks, which are the third best side option after curly and sweet potato fries, so I went out and got some for dinner tonight!
They taste pretty good and cost about a dollar for each box of three
This is probably the reason they cost so little
I thought it'd be a pretty good deal because I'd get 12 for 4 dollars, which is much better than everywhere else, but you get stuck with these
Still, not all bad
Quarter for comparison
>I'm on a paleo diet, like the cavemen.
What do you use?
What SHOULD you use?
Who the fuck uses this in a kitchen in modern times?
>Heavy as hell
>Everything tastes like shit after many uses in it
No wonder it's a meme.
Is there any cookware with high carbon steel surface and aluminum core? The only thing cast iron has over high carbon steel is it's thermal conductivity after all, and the aluminum core would take care of that.