I had jaw surgery a week ago and my oral surgeon told me today that I wouldn't be able to chew for another 3 months. My shit was so fucked up that he told me that I can't chew anything, not even a little pasta, and that I'd have to just swallow everything without chewing. If it's small enough, and moist enough, to swallow hole then I can eat it. I could eat a hot dog without the bun for example, I'd just have to cut it up into 20 small pieces.
As you might've guessed, I am interested in some recipes/suggestions on what...
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Just swallowing little pieces of meat without chewing won't take you to flavortown unfortunately OP, try some split pea soup with a lot of ham/pork flavors in that sumbitch. How'd this happen to your jaw in the first place?
Dunno. Just kinda happened. I had no impact injuries or anything.
My jaw started popping and clicking a little and I just kinda ignored it. A lot of my joints pop a lot so I just figured that was part of it. Then, after a few weeks to a month, it transitioned into painful popping and some locking. By the time I got an appointment with my dentist, it was an impeded jaw with pain. I couldn't eat a sandwich/burger if it was too tall because I was physically unable to open my jaw that far. Then he referred...
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So... these two and a half foot bahn mi's are being sold on a friend's food truck. Could you finish one? Regular bahn mi for scale
what do you think of Russian food /ck/?
pic related, some pelmeni i made the other day
I make pelmeni often, they're perfect for a quick meal when you have a bunch frozen.
you should check out CookingInRussia's books for his youtube channel. There's some interesting stuff about the history of food in Russia in his books.
So how do you prepare your burger?
I like it this way:
You do know that making a bechamel sauce for mac and cheese doesn't improve it at all over just letting the cheddar melt, right?
I've actually realized that. Bechamel is good in many things, but it just doesn't have that much of a bite and can gum up the works when it comes to mac n' cheese.
Maybe a light bechamel to coat, but the main flavor would be the shredded cheese.
What does /ck/ think of the George Foreman grill? Innovative and compact grilling apparatus, or glorified hot plate?
Nothing too special tonight. I'm making lunch for work tomorrow.
Rice, teriyaki chicken, vegetable tempura, and tamagoyaki.
Watch as I cook, or ignore the thread entirely. Just offering you some time to kill, nothing more.
Rice just popped. Going to let it sit for a few minutes.
The vegetables I'm going to use in the tempura are cucumber, beans and red bell.
Just for myself. Won't be soggy, or reheated, meant to be eaten cold. It's not amazing food, just enough to get me through Friday. Don't expect anything great it's just a typical weekday lunch.
What do you think of these Pho Tai fries?
How the fuck do you grab one? How are you going to eat jalapenos or slices of meat that are five times larger than the fry?
Looks like they chose presentation over actually eating the thing.
Can you guess?
What do you think of this wrap, /ck/?
It's got bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayo, red onion, avocado, smoked salmon, and fresh cracked black pepper.
I bet none of you uncultured fucks have ever had hookup. I'm 3 shots in let's do this.
You need one pack of ramen and wherever the fuck you have in the fridge. Right here im frying the hotdog.
Basically I'm an european and my country doesn't have a kfc. But in a few days i'll be going to turkey which does. Anything specific I should order? Any weird turkish inventions?
Don't, just go to Popeye's. If you must, get a twister burrito. Oh wait, they stopped making those even though they were the only reason worth going. Get fried chicken dumb ass, what else would you get? With mac and cheese and mashed potatoes. Sorry I'm hungry right now.
Americunt here going to Europe in a month for a tour with an orchestra. In 10 days, were from from Frankfurt -> Prague -> Vienna -> and back to Frankfurt to fly back.
Any recommendations for stuff I should try while in Germany/Czech Republic/Austria? I honestly don't know much about their normal cuisine, and pic related is kind of what I think of.
Culinary graduate recommendation from chef's training academy summer tasting wish list:
Pferdwurst horse sausage - traditional germam street food sold everywhere
Czech ice cream with salted pearl of oyster
Sea been roulade
How do I make a good peanut butter sandwich?
Do you guys like this show? How does it compare to Kitchen Nightmares?
I just watched episode 1 of season 2 last night, the one where they turn Piratz Tavern into Corporate Bar & Grill.
So I do believe this guy has good practices and knows his shit, and it is obvious why that bar was losing money, but did he really think that making a corporate themed bar was a good idea? What the fuck? Why would people want to leave their office to go to an office themed bar. That's just fucking idiotic and a terrible marketing strategy.
I think his reasoning was that corporate people would feel more comfortable. It wasn't really corporate themed if I remember correctly. He just made it into a business casual place. The name change was to signal people that they weren't a retarded pirate bar anymore. Anyways it was much better than that cringe bar with those cringe waiters playing dress up and that stupid disgusting pirate drink
I don't watch that show, but that sounds like an AMAZINGLY STUPID idea. I don't know anyone, ANYONE who would want to go to an office themed bar. Just thinking about that makes me cringe. That place will be going under shortly. That's not even on trend, that's not even AHEAD of the trend, it's just fucking stupid.