Any good recipes for a whole turkey? I got one for free from work (13 pounds) but I have no idea what to do with it besides baking it.
ITT: things that you hated as a child that you've grown to like and shit you still hate
food I enjoy now
>any other mushroom
Food I enjoy now:
Stuff that's too spicy
Burned sesame seeds
What's your favorite cajun dish? Pic related
I can't pick a single favorite Cajun dish. It would be criminal and an affront against God to do so.
Ask a guy works at subway anything
Hey guys im turning 21 in about 15 minutes and I'm incredibly excited to start drinking beer and experimenting with new stuff.
Can I go out and buy beer at midnight? Do I have to update my licence? I live in MN
What are some good beers to try?
>I'm turning 21 in 15 minutes
>I'm going to spend my entrance into actual adulthood posting on 4chan
What is the indisputable best homemade barbecue sauce recipe?
Just cleaned out my grandmother's cabinets and found food older than myself.
What do you think the limit on canned goods is, for expiry? I already put back all the unexpired food but this was all the food that was past the "best by" label, mostly by 1-3 years but with a small collection of cans/jars from the 1990s. The oldest was a jar of dill pickles from 1991.
Hey cu/ck/s, I got pic related from a co-worker through secret Santa. It isn't terrible but definitely isn't good. What can I mix with it to make it bearable?
Is he a pleb or patrician?
What is the stupidest thing you've ever personally seen someone do in a kitchen?
My sister started a small pan-fire, lost her cool and tried to dose it with water on Thanksgiving. Thank God I was there, got the pan out of her hands and properly managed it. Burnt the fuck out of my hand, but better than cause a house fire.
Looking for a basic chili recipe that a poorfag can make. The fewer ingredients the better. But I'll spend the money if certain ingredients are necessary to make a good chili. Please recommend!
Also, what goes good with chili?
Don't matter the brand, but these things make chili delicious.
Well if ur really poor
Can of petite tomatoes
1 onion or onion seasoning
^ same with garlic
Chilli seasoning packet
1 can of tomoate sauce, or 2 if you prefer less thick chilli
Thats really it, just google lazymans chilli
Alright, since it's /ck/ristmas time and I'm back at my parents house for a bit I decided to make some tasty nutella cookies. This recipe is really easy, you only need a few ingredients.
Alright, so apparently this baking powder I found is from 2007. I don't know if baking powder actually goes bad or not.
I found more baking powder in the back of the cupboard!
Critiqe my Brunch Recipe/Plating: Filet Mignon (Bleu) and Eggs, Spinach and Carmalied Radish w/ Lobster Stuffed Portabello
Salt and papper each side and cook on high for 90 seconds each side
Crack two eggs into pan of melted butter on med hih and let cook for 5 min. Broil on high for 2 min
Melt 1.5 tb of butter and add 6 oz of spinach and 6 large cut radished and cook for 10 min on med/med-high
Cook lobster in butter and cream cheese, add in dollop of mayo and parm and mix; stuff into mushroom; bake...
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So /ck/ what are some of your favorite home cooked dishes, I'm gonna be moving out on my own here soon and I'm gonna need some cheaper but pretty good dishes, casseroles soups what have you.
Wine people, care to help a noob?
I seem to like wine for the most part, so I decided to start trying different kinds of wines to see what I like. Today I bought my first bottle, a cheap red wine, and I hate it. It has this weird, bold, offputting flavor and accompanying aroma that I know I recognize but can't quite put my finger on. This flavor and smell, whatever it is, is way too overpowering. I don't know how to describe it or what to compare it to. If I make sure not to breathe through my nose, it tastes a little better (I can actually taste the slight...
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wine is made from grape juice and yeast, often aged in barrels. there isn't really an "ingredient" you can avoid. my guess is that your bottle was cheap for a reason. what kind of wine is it and how much did you pay for it?
It's called "Rosemount Diamond Label Shiraz" and it was only $6, so if I end up not drinking it, I'm not too worried. And now that you say "yeast," that rang a bell in my head. I think that's what the smell is, and probably the taste too. Is this common in cheap wines?
It's pretty much impossible for anyone on the internet to tell you whether you have an issue with wine in general, or just that wine, or just the conditions under which you drank that wine. Some people just don't like alcoholic beverages. Some people really dislike reds, or whites, or tannins, or lack of tannins. It may or may not be a specific ingredient; it could just as well be the glass concentrating the alcohol vapors in a way that disagreed with you. If you want to get better at this, drink more wine. Also, I hope I don't have to tell you this, but don't drink the cheapest wine humanly possible. If you live in the west, a reasonable minimum would be $7-10 depending on where you live.
>wine is made from grape juice and yeast, often aged in barrels. there isn't really an "ingredient" you can avoid.
Horribly wrong. Wine makers use dozens of different extracts for flavor, aroma, and color, chemical powders and tablets for stabilization and selectively killing/encouraging microbes, organic and inorganic compounds for fining, etc etc. Not even getting into what goes on the grapes in the vineyard. A few wine makers will give you a full rundown of what they use, usually on their websites, but most will not.