Let's have another last meal thread.
>fried gnocchi, soppressata, garlic and broccoli
>sauce is olive oil, sriracha, soy sauce
>pan fried chicken with salt and pepper
I need help with my roux I think.
I have a 1lb top round boneless steak. How do I cook it? I'm not too bad at cooking steaks but I would like some help.
I usually cook them in a pan and spray it with pam. I like rare-medium rare. Also I have an onion with it
My favorite is dank sauce
drank half a bottle of everclear /ck/
now im hungry... I'm a professional chef at a local resturant what should i make?
ingrediants are really a problem post your best ideas the one i like most i'll make-
ITT: We post Autistic youtube food reviewers
Do you like cheese? I enjoy it thoroughly.
>2 cups frozen mixed berries
>2 tbs plain yogurt
>1 cup cranberry juice
>the Lord's prayer
Blend and enjoy!
Does anyone like to drink this right out of the bottle?
Or even put it in their soda? so good....
Has science gone too far?
You're small time.
Behold, the day when science went too far.
Got this for Christmas. What can I do with these that won't shatter them into my food? Wish I just got a victorinox.
Guy Fieri being sued
Famed restaurateur Guy Fieri has landed himself in hot water.
The celebrity chef, who rose to fame after starring in numerous Food Network TV shows, is being sued by his longtime business partner, Steve Gruber, after it was revealed that the TV star has plans to ditch the restaurant chain the two co-founded together in 1996.
NOW DOING SHOWS ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR LAZY AMERICANS IS SOMETHING I ABSOLUTELY LOVE.
BUT SOMETIMES, WHEN I'M NOT GETTING PAID 500K AN EPISODE TO SHOVE FOOD DOWN MY THROAT, I GET SUED BY THE LEAST LIKELY OF PEOPLE: MY LONG TIME BUSINESS PARTNER. WHETHER IT'S MY OVER PRICED RESTAURANT IN CALIFORNIA CALLED JOHNNY GARLICS, OR SOME PRICE GOUGING MEME RESTAURANT IN NEW YORK CITY, I'M SURE THERE IS AN ASSHOLE OR TWO OUT THERE THAT WANT MY FAT HEAD ON A PLATE. THAT'S WHY THIS YEAR, I'M GOING TO HAVE A LAWSUIT: THE ORDEAL.
A few days ago I saw the best cooking advice I've ever read on /ck/ and think it deserves a thread of its own
Here's what you're gonna do OP. Listen carefully because this is very important advice. Lots of people think cooking is all about complicated recipes, big cookbooks and arduous effort. Really it's more of an innate thing.
Learning to cook is much more simple, so pay close attention to what I'm going to say. Are you listening?
Fry an egg and experiment with various seasoning. This will give you an idea of what flavours go well...
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living on Soylent right now
can I do this spice thing with small shot glasses of Soylent instead of eggs?
If /ck/ had to eat one meal (1 protein, 1 carb/starch, 1 veggie) for the next month, what would it be? Your current food budget applies, no Wagyu for you in this hypothetical.
I'd do oven roasted chicken thighs with spicy sazon, scalloped potatoes, and roasted asparagus.