THINK FAST /ck/!
Hey friends! Seeing as we are all alone and drinking heavily this Christmas, I figured I would share a very easy and delicious Korean recipe with you tonight. You may remember me from the 닭갈비 thread. Anyway, we are going to make 삼겹살. This is korean pork belly. It is very delicious in a 쌈 or lettuce wrap. I will not be doing this the very traditional way with soju tonight because I bought a very nice bottle of whiskey instead, but I will supply my absolute favorite recipe for sojussam! So lets get crackin' friends!
First we need the rice to get cooking. I assume you know this? If not, mix some water and rice in equal portion in a pot. Heat until boiling, then turn to lowest and cover.
Next we need a decent pour of some fine scotch whiskey. The chef must be lubricated for the cooking.
You are going to need a grilling pan like this one. It sheds the oil from the pan rather than keeping it in the pan. Mine is kinda shit though because i'm a cheapass.
are there any good cooking theory books i can start learning with?
If you had Chef John cook for you once what plate would you choose? This guy is the real deal. This shall be interesting.
How do I stop my alcoholic housemate stealing my fucking booze?
Methanol poisoned booze
I just quarter seasoned a fried egg, as follows:
NE: tarragon and smoked paprika
SE: thyme and oregano
SW: cayenne and cumin
NW: Salt and pepper
My favourite is thyme and oregano but i like the others too. I can alredy feel myself becoming a spicemaster.
Pic related. Everyone post your favpurite egg seasonings ITT!
I got some fancy home made chocolate liquor for Christmas. What do I do with it?
So Coca Cola basically made Santa Claus famous?
>Pepsi will never sponsor the Easter bunny
what does /ck/ think about acne-kun's recipes?
>cooking beef for Christmas
>not superior ostrich meat
Would one of these work well if i replaced water with it for stuffing?
Tell me one good reasone whi the Stollen isn't the best food for a christmas morning.
Protip, you fuckin' can't.
Rate my dinner please.
Dinner/meal/snack rating thread.
>Allow XX minutes to cool
>He doesn't want his juices to stay in the meat
What can I do with this 5 lb bag of peanus?