>mfw just ate ~900 calories worth of unsalted cashews
how are these things so high in calories? it doesn't even feel like I ate that much. I can easily tell when I eat a 900cal pizza or chinese or something cause I'm full after them, but the cashews didn't even remotely fill me up
nutritionists insist unsalted cashews are healthy and don't cause obesity etc, but 900 calories of anything can't be good
fats are more calorie-dense than any other source of energy, and nuts are particularly laden with fats
Are there any decent frozen boneless wings? Ones that aren't these processed bullshit and are actually somewhat similar to what you get at B Dubs?
I'm in a bachelor house, this is what I have to work with. How do I make a non-soup item?
Can we get a motherfucking chicken salad thread?
I made this earlier:
1lb boneless skinless breast
bring to boil covered with about 1" extra water, reduce heat to low and poach for 20 minutes, with crushed shallots, salt, pepper, thyme, minced garlic, oregano, cayenne pepper in the broth
let cool in broth, then chop into 1" chunks
1/2 cup smart balance mayo
2/3 diced braeburn apple
1tsp lemon juice
1/2tsp dijon mustard
I know it's not fancy or anything but it's easy, approachable,...
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I can back this up. It adds a delightful sweetness and crunch.
Also OP, you don't need the grapes. One fruit is enough. I would highly recommend the celery in the future however. It's sadly underrated.
"Hello, I'm the shittiest nut"
Do you like/make Japanese food, /ck/?
Bought some dirt-cheap noodles at the store.
They're allegedly meat-flavored.
What can I do to spice them up.
Things I do:
toss some frozen broccoli in while it boils
crack an egg into it during the last minute or so
drain and dump a small can of chicken in after its done
put some baby spinach in the bowl, which I then pour the broth and noodles over which will wilt the spinach
Its not gourmet or anything but it'll make an actual meal out of your ramen
I hate runny yolks in eggs. Am I cancer?
Do you hate them even if you have toast to soak them up? If so, yes. Sorry, you're terminal.
ITT: Essential Ramsey-Core
Ramsay's Great Escape
Ramsay's Best Restaurant
Kitchen Nightmares (U.K.)
Ramsay Behind Bars
Ramsay Ravishes Ibiza
Ramsay's Top Slags
Ramsay's Michelin Misadventures
Is there any way to eat Indian street food with at least a minimum of hygiene? Like, if I go to india, can I try street food in a restaurant or something?
I've eaten in greasy spoons around the country, and in all kinds of messed up places, even in mexico, and South America, but pajeets -no matter how delicious their food looks- can't keep clean worth shit.
No. I've been to India (Jhansi, Utturpradesh, Agra, and New Delhi) and the first thing our local guide told me was to never ever try the street food. He literally said "if you eat any of the street food and the tap on your backside turns on, I cannot turn it off for you." Our guide only took us to places he knew wouldn't fuck up foreigners.
Some other guy I knew had the misfortune of drinking contaminated bottled water, and he uncontrollably shat himself on the bus. We had to stop by the roadside so he could empty his bowls.
Also malaria tablets for days.
Lets talk about country-based fast food chains.
If you're from the United States, please post fast food chains that only exist in the state you live.
I'll start with Sweden.
Soon to be franchising near you!
Yay, today is the fifth anniversary of when I began cooking for myself. No more shitty ramen noodle blocks. Help me celebrate by poasting your best cooking wins. Epic or just fuckin' "yeah, I did it without killing myself."
got the knack of making really good burgers this year, this was one of the more photogenic ones
chocolate cake with hazelnut and apricot i made for a party my mum was throwing
The Eternal Debate: Jap, Jerry or Francoshit
>Why did newbie show up with a Takeda on his first day of garde manger?
>Why is Thiers-Issard so based?
>When will Jerryfags learn?
My knives are Swedish, and they're not the best, but they're okay for a beginner or students first set.
It was recommended to me that I keep them in good shape and maybe trade up in a few years.
Based Thai knives from Kiwi. They cost like $4. Don't hold an edge very long but they're massively easy to sharpen.
>get cleaned up
>wear clean clothes
>drive to store
>turn car back on
>get Taco Bell
Please help me
I get so scared I start to get tunnel vision like everything is going dark and I might pass out. Especially if I'm shopping in my home town, I'm worried somebody will recognize me.
I don't get much done.
>go into supermarket
>start planning out meals
>realize that it's 10:00 at night and that I won't want to cook my meals for the week at midnight
>start getting anxious
>start getting nauseous
>end up getting fast food and going to bed too late
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Can we get a cocktail general thread going?
I'll start: How do you like your martinis? I personally love olive juice & olive garnish in mine.
I'm a firm believer in the old "if it tastes good, it doesn't matter" ideology. If the look of the drink bothers you that much I guess you could pour it into a different glass. But changing what you drink based on what others might think of you is for frat boys.