Ostrich burgers are superior to beef burgers
Thoughts on this?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3WYRyiLrcw
>eating ground beef
post recs for cookbooks to get
looking for gifts, but also pretty interested myself
Ramsay 3 star chef
First half is a lot of glossy pictures of food and some information about his restaurant. How the chef samples every loaf of bread each day etc. The second half is a collection of some of the iconic dishes and recipes used in his 3 star restaurant.
They arent easy to cook and require a lot of skill, as well as some expensive ingredients. However, there is some really nice knowledge in there. Its slightly dated now, but given that I picked my copy up on Amazon for £3, and its in very good condition its well worth getting.
Also, its a...
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I need a breakfast opinion. Marionberry jelly on an onion bagel. Good or no?
Did anyone save a vertical from that anon who posted a homemade crunch wrap a few weeks ago?
Heya /ck/. I was planning on making some mulled wine to give as gifts this holiday season. I have never made any before and noticed there are many different variations. So I was wondering if you guys had any tips or recipes you'd like to share?
I like to mix apple cider and wine, add some honey, citrus peel (usually a mix of lemon and orange peel) and some of the citrus juice, cinnamon sticks, cloves, star anise, cardamom and simmer on low for like 10-20 mins.
Not really, usually a lighter red like cabernet sauvignon but I've also used zinfandel and pino grigio. I've made it with merlot and shiraz before too but those tend to be a bit stronger and some people don't care for it.
I also don't go for anything too expensive since it'll be flavored, usually stuff around $8-10/bottle at most.
Hot / superhot pepper thread. Share your experiences, sauce recipes, etc.
> Allium sativum
I love apple products (juice, cider, pies, crumbles, danish, etc etc) but I cannot eat apples as they are, for some reason when I bite into and chew them it feels like they're drying out my teeth and gums, it's a weird sensation like nails on a chalkboard, does anybody else get this feeling?
I get it with grapes as well sometimes, but no other fruits
You are allergic to apples. You don't get it with apple products because the apples are cooked and it slightly changes the proteins so that they don't fuck your face when you eat them. I used to love cherries, still do, but I somehow developed an allergy to them, it has something to do with birch tree pollen. I can eat cooked cherries but not raw ones or else my mouth starts itching like crazy. That being said, I still eat cherries, I'm a man and I refuse to be mother nature's bitch.
Are you sure? I mean, I know the whole cooked/uncooked thing is a thing but I don't think it seems like an allergic reaction, if I could compare it to something is like almost if I were to eat chalk despite it having juice
Maybe. That anon is right though about possible allergies.
Whenever I eat raw apple I get major itching and burning on my lips, tongue, gums, mouth, throat.
Suffice to say I don't eat raw apples anymore, which is sad because I loved biting into a crisp juicy apple.
I think I remember getting that weird chalk feeling, try eating more apples and see if it progresses to the burning itching feeling. Or just avoid raw apples.
I get it with other fruits too, I don't remember which ones exactly maybe apricots.
it's gonna dilute the fuck out of the flavour of the turkey and without monitoring the temp could still easily dry it out, so no.
pic related is way cooler
I had this dream /ck/... I needed to capture it. It was terrifying... TERRIFYING!
I like Shock Tarts
Those aren't Sweet n Sour lollies!
This are a bitch to find these days.
Lay it on me, /ck/. Easy shit that even a boring ass accounting major can make. I'm talking breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tasty snacks.
Ugh. There's literally a billion resources for this.
There are hundreds of cookbooks and buzzfeed and buzzfeedesque articles that cover this.
I know this is a cooking board and for cooking discussion, but this is kind of a google type thing.
I can't even think of a comparison. Maybe asking /k/ something as ridiculously broad as "Where does the bullets go?"
Someone give me a goddamn fantastic banana pudding recipe that don't need the oven to make please.
If I need to use an oven I will. But please don't want to.
this is the one i've used for years except I still use vanilla wafers.