Redpill me in turnips /ck/.
Love turnip and lettuce salad in the spring.
Cooking 2 duck right now,
what should i expect ?
I don't like drinking but I like using alcohol to cook sometimes. Since my bottle of rum is almost empty I'm wondering, should I buy another one or is there a more versatile beverage for cooking that I don't know? Wine doesn't count because you can't use the same bottle for 3 years.
So I got a small bottle olive oil straight from some backwater italian village and it's nasty as fuck. Bitter, heavy grass smell and flavor and now I'm puckering up as well. Is this normal?
Yeah, it's so unrefined that you're tasting the bitteryfuckness of the olives. That's why olives are brined. I recommend you watch the Avec Eric episode "oil & wine". It's very informative.
What you have is a first press pure olive oil - the kind usually described by the number of coughs it induces when tasted on its own. It's not a cooking oil, it is a flavoring oil. On its own it's very strong.
How well do these things actually work? My oven is currently broken and my parents are coming over on Christmas. Is it worth the 40-50 bucks?
I did not find the one I got for my cabin the least bit satisfying. No ability to brown anything, and whatever I cooked in it came out tasting like whatever the thing is coated with - a weird chemical taste way worse than what you get with cheap nonstick cookware.
Can't recommend these things.
i was given a couple for thanksgiving this year. We cooked a turkey in one and the other turkey was done in the oven. The one in the oven was better, but they're not a bad substitute if you don't have an oven. I never had any issues like >>7184184
Also, my ex's mom used to use one all the time. It worked reasonably well for her.
Why are the smaller jars of peanut butter consistently cheaper than the larger jars?
Kroger (aka King Soopers in some states) has three sizes of PB, small medium and large. Usually with most things, the bigger sizes are cheaper per ounce. But with PB, like 90% of the time I go there either the small or medium jar is the cheapest. It's annoying because I'd rather just buy one big one instead of three small ones, but I usually do the latter because it's cheaper.
Why do they do this? I can't think of anything else where the biggest size is consistently...
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You don't know how to shop sales, overstocks and manager's specials. I got a 40oz jar of crunchy PB a few months ago for $1.99.
Unless you can get a 12oz jar for under 60¢, I ain't listenin' to no mo' o' yo' shit.
Guys, can you tell me how do peanut butter prices and normal butter prices relate in the US? Over here PB is import-only, so a 500g jar costs 2 times the price of the same amount of dairy butter.
One of you faggots came on /b saying they found a real life witch on this board, you have 5 seconds to prove you aren't a witch.
Rate my breakfast
What's underneath the cheetos? If I had to do convenience store/vending machine breakfast, I do nature valley granola, a yogurt, a coffee, or a beef jerky, cheese crackers and V8 (cup of ice if they have it).
I had pumpkin spice (Thomas') bagel with butter. Dunkin Donuts coffee to which I added some homemade vanilla sugar and decadent whipping cream :P
i'm am an pizza hut
tell me what is good pizza
BRING BACK THE FUCKING BUFFET LOCATIONS YOU FUCKING PRICK!
god there was nothing better than showing up at 11am and paying 10 bucks for all you can eat pizza and salad bar including dessert pizza. fuck i miss them :(
I hear a lot of people talk in the cereal vs milk which comes first debate and i just wanted to know if anyone else pre-measures the milk and cereal into separate containers and pours it in simultaneously if you have please post results i would like to know for future reference
Do you have a favorite cook book?
I'm looking for gift ideas but genuinely interested for myself too.
I have this.
My friends are doing a lot of stuff, but I really don't know what to do for sides.
Can we post mains and sides here?
I burnedted my finger on powdered potatoea.
Can coconut extract cause problems in someone who's allergic? If so, what's the best substitute?
ITT: People with cheap and terrible eating habits: post what / how you've fed yourself this past week
>pic related (they're like tiny baguettes, about 15cm / 6 inches long) times two, every morning, freshly baked (but bought in the supermarket). With scrambled eggs (made in butter, not oil) and tabasco sauce
>3 to 6 cups of coffee + 1 or 2 slices of home made apple pie
and that's it. I don't really have an active life, so I don't need much food
>never eat breakfast or lunch
>usually eat fast food, though when I do make food it's generally pretty healthy (favourite foods are fish, avocado, egg, etc)
>usually replace meals with coffee and ciggie
>frequently go days without eating
I'm not anorexic or excessively poor, I just don't get hungry that often. Eating is a chore.