Hey, /ck/. I wanna make some spaghetti, but I don't have any sauce, or tomatoes, or meat. I do have the following, though-
>Dried diced onion
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My roommate froze a bunch of bananas with the skin on them. What do?
Recently the FDA has approved of genetically modified salmon. What are your thoughts /ck/?
I will continue only buying wild caught fish, and being better than the majority of shit-for-taste Amerilards.
so I'm trying to make some beef tendon chips I've got the stage where i need to slice them like pic related, what does /ck/ think is the best way to go about this knife, slicing side of a box grater or some other technique?
yeah I figured a deli slicer might have been the way to go I'll just have to work around using a sharp knife. It's gelatinous enough that once cooled in the fridge after pressure cooking that it doesn't need to be frozen.
So /ck/, as you probably know right now the meat industry is killing the environment and responsible for a huge chunk of the CO2 emissions. Considering this, I'm trying to lower my meat consumption by only eating meat on a few days in the week. Problem is, my knowledge of veggie dishes is not that big.
How about a nice recipe thread to help eachother out /ck/?
My favourite vegetarian dish, especially around this time of year, is a root veg crumble.
Thinly slice some veg such as onions, parsnips, turnips, carrots and put it in a roasting dish. Make a cheese sauce with lots of garlic and herbs and pour it over the veg. Add a layer of cheese and breadcrumbs. Cover with tin foil and bake until the veg is soft, and then take the foil off to brown the top.
I found if you make a cheese sauce using cream, then boil the vegetables first because the cream sauce doesnt do well being baked for such a long time.
Far from a veggie, but rigatoni with napoli sauce is breddy good
>being part of any "ism" in 2015
Burger King delivery is proof that god loves us and wants us to be happy.
What sauce should I put on my steak?
My hubby works long work shifts and when I ask what to make for him for supper he always says he wants cucumbers with salt. I'm currently preggers but I feel I could do a little more for him than that, anyone have any easy meals I can prepare for him?
Why do people treat Gmo stuff as some kind of boogie monster?
science is the DEVIL! (except for tv and the innernet)
ITT: post your favorite fast food joint.
who /energydrink/ here
I'm into Monster, doesn't taste like wet steel to me in the way Red Bull does.
Ever since Reviewbrah made a video for them I've been picking up a Monster Juice once a week before work. Love those.
Admit it, this is the ultra sandwich
Do you like mayo or miracle whip? For me I prefer the tangy zip
it's weird. i prefer miracle whip when i have very cheap ingredients, like wonder bread, bologna, and kraft singles.
i opt for mayo when i have higher quality ingredients.
what eat now /ck/?
sushi plate to start
Can you people recommend me something I could easily make and sell? I'm going through a rough time I need some extra money. Since I saw the Good Eats episode, I was thinking of maybe making some homemade energy bars. I don't know. Maybe you guys can give me some better ideas.
I can't speak for everyone, but I don't think I would buy homemade food from some random stranger.
Also energy bars are ridiculously cheap and I doubt you would profit much from it.
Might be better to try to sell actual labour, like landscaping or something.
me? i'd sell popcorn balls.
lie and say it's going towards a good cause, like a fishing trip for special needs kids. but it's really going towards a playstation 4.