Ask a guy who used a table spoon rather than a teaspoon to make cookies anything , yes they did come out salty as fuck, burnt as fuck, and deformed
Basically , ask a beginning baker anything
Hey /ck/ what are some good gift ideas for people who are really into cooking?
I'm talking good, heavy duty reliable brands, not one purpose shit that just gets thrown in your bullshit drawer never to be used again.
Anyone have any idea as to what these are? My neighbor gave them to us and says that he has a tree of them but doesn't know what they are.
I've got a recipe book that was printed back in 1968. There's a butterscotch cake recipe which has "1/2 teaspoon spice" in the ingredients list.
Anyone have any idea what this is likely to be?
Mostly cinnamon with some combo of cloves, allspice, nutmeg, ginger and/or cardamom. The usual gang of idiots. Use pumpkin pie/apple pie spice if you got it, or mix the aforementioned spices to your preference.
1 cup brown sugar
4 ozs. butter
1/2 cup milk
1 tablespoon golden syrup
1 1/2 cup self-raising flour
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon spice
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Put sugar in a basin and warm - melt butter and mix with sugar. Add unbeaten egg yolk, golden syrup, cinnamon, spice, and vanilla. Add milk and flour in small quantities. Lastly add beaten egg whites and fold into mixture. Medium oven - 30 minutes.
Noice. I'll give that a burl.
Good or meme?
Since non South americans started memedrinking this the price in Uruguay has grown 80% in two years
anyone have any idea on what would be a better topping for a pizza?
i'm stuck at a cross between bacon and jalapeno or bacon and banana peppers
I never normally order banana peppers. I can't even remember what they taste like.
any suggestions would be nice
You know what changed my world in making pizzas?
Instead of using authentic meme tomato sauce, I use curry sauce instead then put the cheese on top of that. My favorites are spicy tikka and korma, but there's dozens to try. And the best part is, any meat goes amazingly well with them, not just chicken.
Spicy tikka with garlic sausage is god tier.
i like both of those combinations honestly, but i think jalapeno suits bacon better.
banana peppers are just crunchy vinegar rings. i mean that's really good and now i'm salivating uncontrollably but
i think banana peppers are better as a third topping, that's all.
Rate me. Dinner thread also.
Meat: Looks moist. Seasoned the correct amount. Some charing, will assume pan cooked.
Potatoes: Red potatoes are hard to judge in consistency from an image because of the lack of starch. Simply my perspective from the image they seem like they're slightly undercooked and could use just a little more seasoning.
Bell & Onion: You obviously cooked these at the same time. Onion cooks faster than Bell, so while your onions are at the beginning stages of caramelizing your Bell will be undercooked. Seasoning looks fine.
Plating: Could be better. That offset...
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potatoes turned out fine. I don't roast potatoes often and was surprised how they turned out. bells were a tad undercooked, good observation. it was the first plate I grabbed. I did just put it on the plate and eat desu. And I did use different seasonings on everything. I hate when everything tastes exactly the same.
Who wants one?
So I've got some ground beef here that I've made from some cube steak, and since I don't like to look up random recipes online, what should I do with it tonight?
I've got a fairly well stocked kitchen, pantry, and refrigerator, so I'll likely have any common ingredient and any spice or seasoning you can throw at me, and I'm a good enough cook that no recipe should be unattainable.
I couldn't decide whether I wanted pizza or pasta... so I made pasta pizza.
Ey /ck/, two hours ago I cut some habaneros and jalapenos for a chili sauce. I washed my hands about a dozen times and even did the dishes in the meantime, but they still burn.
What's worse, my nose hurts because I had to scratch it half an hour ago. I had something in my eye and couldn't get it out because of my spicy fingers. I can't even fap because I'm afraid of burning my dick to a crisp. My fingers are full of tiny wounds and every single one of them burns like gonorrhea.
I had a freshly made everything spiced bagel from a place just down the street, toasted with a thick layer of chive cream cheese on each half. The fillings are baby spinach, pickle and olive loaf, tomato slices, and alfalfa sprouts.
Just made a batch of my world famous chili.
Looks delish, don't it /ck/?
How can there be dirt and rocks in dry beans but not canned beans? Do the canning facilities have better sorting machines or something?