Okay family I am back home for the holidays. I'm going to go to Costco with a parent to help them get some food. They have a vacuum sealer that they got from costco that they haven't used once
What can they buy at Costco to take advantage of this vacuum sealer? Meat is not an option because their packages are just too big to make it happen for the 2 of them.
Vacuum sealing is a great way to marinade your meats. It gets the flavors deep into the tissue so when you cook it the flavor is more robust. I'd say grab any kind of steak, chicken or fish. Hell, pretty much anything... vacuum sealers ain't no unitool, that's for damn sure.
Merry Christmas Eve.
I come with an inquiry. This mainland vintage cheddar was purchased a few days ago at my local costco. i opened it up to try it and found it unexpected. First, the aroma had a mild decomposition smell (like a dead human body [I did some work in forensics]). Second, it was not sharp really. I can't describe it very well, but very much unlike other aged sharp cheddars I have tried.
Has it just gone bad, or is it supposed to taste/smell like this?
Thanks for reading.
you probably got a whiff of your own breath
start brushing and flossing, for a change, you filthy hobo.
I want to make Sea Fritters/ Seaweed Puffs like I had once in Naples, but all the recipes I can find do not specify what kind of seaweed they use.
I hope I can find it in an Asian grocery.
Can anyone tell what it is?
Okay /ck/, I need to put this to rest.
Has it ever happened that you're eating a sweet like cake, ice cream or whipped cream, and suddenly you can taste the spoon's metallic flavor in the dessert itself? Why does this happen?
The first time I remember this happening wasn't with a spoon, it was when they gave me a piece of cake from a birthday party I didn't attend (I didn't really like the kid but his parents were friends with mine so they went out of courtesy). It was wrapped in foil. The whole cake was ruined, it all fucking tasted like...
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So I've recently bought three chocolate chip panetttones from Morrisons in the UK, after eating two 2 days in a row I've had stomach cramps lasting all night being bad which I now think must have been due to these. Sadly I still have a third and it tastes nice and I want to eat it as a result. But I don't want to have similar cramping again especially since needing to go have Christmas meal tomorrow.
Any advice on how to eat such a thing without it messing up my body?
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So... I found out about an hour and a half ago that previous plans are canceled and I'm supposed to be cooking xmas dinner this year.
There will be ham, herbed potatoes, snap peas with Meyer lemon, a spinach salad, and hopefully much rejoicing.
Wish me luck.
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Can we have a Cupcake thread?
Will this survive in a deep fryer?
So /ck/, who's going to win?
Im currently traveling at the moment and am going to make joojeh kabob, a popular persian recipe, tomorrow for a Christmas potluck.
For those unfamiliar, it is chicken marinated in a yogurt/onion/lemon mixture.
The only ingredient I was not able to find in the country I am currently in is Saffron, which is essential to the yellow appearance of the dish.
What spices/mixture does /ck/ recommend I use on my chicken in order to enhance the flavor/presentation? I was thinking paprika/chilipowder/cumin in equal parts. Any comments or suggestions?
Thanks in advance
The yogurt will offset any robust flavoring the curry has, but still leave a nice subtle spice and aroma. Lemon would also enhance the curry flavor being it's an acid. Onion is just icing on the cake.
>bittersweet for more than three days in a row
I have this massive chunk of meat, is still thawing and i don't know what the fuck i'm gonna do with it. I was thinking to make saveral wellingtons out of it but maybe the cut is not the proper one
So, any ideas?
So im somewhat of a cooking pleb and have to make a salat with the shit i have left right now.
>Salt, pepper, chili, salat mix,
Anyone can make a good salat out of this?