I Just came back from my first time eating japanese food, and it tasted like heaven
ITT : moment's like that
Scotch steaks were on sale.
The whole fillets were still mad expensive, so I had to get precut.
They're a little thin so I had some trouble getting a sear going without cooking it the whole way through.
Any way, I've literally never cooked steak. How did I do?
what the fuck is a scotch steak?
hard to tell the sear because of that sauce you got on it. what is it?
looks to be about medium. you fucked up a little bit. don't cheap out for a thin cut next time unless you have a grill that can get hot enough to sear each side for 1 minute.
what do you guys think of cheese potatoes
What cookbook should I get to start learning to cook? Something that teaches the basics if I go through it cooking everything.
Getting these in a week.
What foods should I taste first?
Is anyone of you a happy can-opener like me?
I found that although I know wtf is inside a can,i can still feel satisfaction over opening a can.
Pic is not canned sorry
ITT Foods your country is proud of.
First time attempting a steak. How'd I do?
What type of Food would one need to eat to be as big as Robert Irvine?
What's the most hilarious looking food you've ever seen? Post it. That include food fails and packaging errors.
Why do Italians pretend to like this?
We're coming up quickly to the finale of the holiday season, /ck/. After that, it's all drudgery until St. Patrick's Day (Valentine's is in there, but that's not a mass-celebratory holiday).
So....what are you making?
I think I'm just going to make a huge pot of chili, with various accompaniments so people can just do what they like with it. (And the leftovers will taste good with the black eyed peas on New Year's Day). And I'm making a trifle, which I was supposed to make for Christmas, but we had too many desserts as it was....
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Just because it's one holiday today, does not mean you can't be thinking of the next holiday, which is only 5 days away (4 if you don't count today).
Also, why did you bother to post if you're in the middle of celebrating?
I'll probably go to East Ham, Barking or Dagenham and kill some migrants in honor of the new year. I dislike my city being so over run with raping, looting, rioting crybabies who don't eat rashers or Christmas hams.
That's probably what I'll be doing in all honesty.
What do you accomplish by searing a steak in a pan for a couple minutes per side, then putting it on the oven at 400?
Why not just finish in it a pan?
the pan is too hot, it'll burn the steak or the drippings in the pan. the oven also heats evenly so you don't have to keep flipping.
although i've found a way that's a little easier and you don't need to use the oven. just cook your steak on medium low until it's near your desired doneness, and set it aside on a plate. then heat the pan to medium-high/high, and sear it.