Making a big pot of red beans and rice tonight for new years, but I don't think its going to be enough.
What are some side dishes that go good with red beans and rice?
I've never seen red beans and rice on its own as the main course. At least, not without something more substantial added to it - sausage, shrimp, chicken, ham, etc. You could always go for some grilled veggies with creole seasoning, greens, or fried/roasted okra.
Red beans and rice shouldn't be the main course, it's a side dish. If you need more food though and you aren't making any entrees, go with veggies - mashed cauliflower or sauteed asparagus would be good.
I received a milk frother for Christmas.
I'm a drinker of black coffee and don't believe I will hardly ever use it.
It occurred to me that this is potentially a "multi-tasker" (to borrow a phrase from TV chef Alton Brown). Has anyone used a milk frother for other purposes?
The design is obviously similar to an immersion blender. However, it was obviously designed to be used on purely liquid ingredients and *might* serve as a weak, limited use immersion blender, at best.
Shit like that is why I told my family and friends to stop getting me gifts for my birthday and christmas years ago. I would invariably end up with useless shit that I didn't want or need or gift certificates to stores that I had no interest in going to.
I told them that if they want to give me anything, just give me cash or a check and I'll buy something for myself. Most of them just stopped giving me anything at all which is fine too since I'm more than capable of buying my own shit anyway.
just ate instant noodles for the first time, pic related. it was quite good. i felt like i was Japanese while eating it. i probably wont buy anymore but it was a good experience to try it once. What foods have YOU tried for the first time recently?
Read an article that 'instant noodles' take an entire week to digest because how they're made, put extra strain on your stomach because of it, and you get no nutritional value from it because it cannot be broken down properly.
I work at a bar that sells food. On average I get about 8 orders a night. Usual fare, wings, nachos or burgers. I have lost interest in my job due to the fact that my "chef" is unaware of his kitchen. Things I have witnessed at work that unmotivated me are: Shrimp soaking in water in walk-in rotting for over two weeks, spoiled chicken on the line,spoiled cucumber, running out of prime rib meat for sandwiches, running out of floor cleaner, because "chef" only orders one bottle at a time. I might mention, my "chef" hangs around after his shift and...
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> going to the grocery later today
> would like something hot & tasty (and easy)
> google was no help
what should I get /ck/?
Cheese recognition test, /ck/.
Do your best.
Apparently eating this brings you good luck?
What are some weird food cultures and myths you grew up with?
Someone posted that image on /b/ and said his grandmother believes in that, so I went here to ask about food cultural norms. Is this shit spreading like a disease or something? I bet I'm going to hear about some weird new sausage and pasta fad in a few weeks.
is it? kinda price senpai
What's the deal with smokers? What are some good ones?
Should you build your own? Is it hard to regulate the temperature?
I own the 22" Weber Smokey Mountain. It has never failed me.
It's important to ignore the autists who overthink and overplan everything. They may (MAY) have marginally better results than someone who just reads a quickstart guide and wings it, but that's it.
I live in the South and I had high expectations. I thought I'd never be able to get anywhere close to what the pros are producing. Then I gave it a spin and was astounded. Anybody with a brain can do this. ANYBODY.
Keep in mind people have been doing this shit for thousands of years....
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I have a brinkmann smoker that I caught on sale for $20. Its stock and really you don't need to mod it like a 100 autist will tell you. It does need a better temperature gauge.
Im smoking a brisket point right now. Going to make brunt ends
Looking for some recipe ideas, I'm making cannabis desserts with coconut oil, thus, I need a RICH recipe that I can put 11 tablespoons of coconut oil in. The idea is to distribute the coconut oil between 12 brownies, cupcakes, cookies, etc. Lots of fat, I want something that works with that. Was thinking about using brownie mix but that's for quitters, homemade brownies are swell but I want something a little more delicious.
Chocolate mousse, after making the meringue and folding it in, whip heavy cream to stiff peak and put in your oil while whipping.
Red velvet cookes are also delicious with cream cheese icing
tfw friends would rather pizza than your cooking on new years
So buy all the ingredients make your own dough and gourmet toppings for your own pizzas while tipping your fedora and commenting about how plebian they are with their low class delivery pizza.
Or you could, you know, not be a fucking tool and just eat some fucking Dominos pizza with your friends and have a good time together.
What the hell do I make for the new years eve? I got people coming to my place. What do you traditionally eat when the year changes?
Only thing I have to offer right now is hotdogs. Should I make real food or just snacks (onion rings or something)?
Have you tried his caviar yet?
How are you supposed to cook refried beans from a can? Every time I do they come out way too thick and bland as shit. Help me make things right.
I'm in line about to get a 5$ hot n ready....stay tuned.