Spaniards of /ck/ is this really a common thing? I stumbled across it when reading food blogs today and I have some leftover cheap wine and cola and I am thinking of trying it out.
Spaniards do it because wine is practically free and it's just another drink rather than something you drink to put on airs and show how fancy you are and make sure we follow all The Rules or we're not fancy, like it is in Clapistan
They don't do it with Vega Sicilia Unico, just whatever cheap shit they bought for €1
How can i make oatmeal taste good?
What do you think of these things? What makes them good or bad?
These threads are growing popular and Taco bell seems to be a commodity here so ask a Taco Bell shift manager anything
My butthole is paying the price after getting to sample dozens of hot sauces yesterday
Can we please stop this retarded meme every time someone decides to have two small portions of different carbs?
Honest question from a Northerner here.
What is one supposed to do with these?
Wal-Mart carries them in my state for some reason.
Honestly? I have no clue and I'm from the South. Just buy and boil some raw peanuts on your own if you want the real experience. I mean, you basically just boil them with seasoning and eat them, like dry roasted but wet. They taste a bit like beans when you eat them this way.
It's not bad but definitely nothing to write home about.
Why do people eat seafood? It's fucking nasty, full of mercury, sea """"animals""" look gross
Who has a Grand Slam trump hand recipe for scratch egg noodles that Alton would never have thought of?
1. Crack egg/s in a bowl.
2. Mix egg/s.
3. Slowly add AP flour and mix until you get a nice dough formed.
4. Use a pasta machine / rolling pin to compact dough until you reach desired thickness.
5. Use pasta machine to cut your noodles, or simply flour the flat dough, roll it into a tube, and use a knife to cut your noodles to desired width.
6. Add to boiling water with a touch of salt and olive oil until al dente.
7. Serve with whatever.
who else here /foodprep/?
I never got around to posting this last week, and I've been lazy on the cooking side for this week.
So chocolate dipped coconut macaroons as a cook-along!
200g shredded unsweetened coconut
1/3 cup sugar
2 table spoon cornstarch
1/3 cup liquid egg whites (or, you know, regular egg whites)
90g of dark chocolate
Thanks for reading. it's not, however a very eventful recipe.
1. Pre-heat the oven to 350F.
Combine the sugar, cornstarch and coconut in a bowl.
I bought some tomatoes
What can I cool with them?
The South African Bunny Chow, or Curry Bunny, is a great hand food that gives you a new way to enjoy venison or any other ground meat. These are easy to make, keep well for days in the refrigerator, and are the hit of any party where served.
It's quite a mix in South Africa. There's heavy Dutch, English, and Indian influences as well as native tribal influences that vary by region. For as much as people will say that Las Vegas is dining paradise, South Africa makes Las Vegas look like a middle school cafeteria.
>tfw can't go grocery shopping until credit card bill resets wednesday because i already spent too much this month
who /makingitupastheygoalong/ here? Post some ghetto/improvised recipes you threw together when all you had was random ingredients.