guess what i'm making
I'm sorry to do this /ck/ but you don't have a sticky.
I finally have an apartment and have never cooked for myself properly before.
I want to eat healthily and become a good cook as a life skill from this point forward.
Where do I start, and what are some essential resources to help me?
Rate my crab legs
I never had maple syrup so I bought a bottle today.
Now where do I use it?
Make pancakes, or waffles, or french toast, or something like that. That's what it's usually used for, just pour it all over your breakfast. You cold also look up a recipe for some baking using it or something.
Literally Reddit: The Food, please tell me you don't eat this anon.
How am i suppose to cook/eat this? There was no label so i have no idea if its ready to eat or if i have to cook it in some way.I have tried and the taste pretty much sucks. I think those are spinachs. Any help is appreciated
Picked up some of these at my local market?
How should I cook them? Bear in mind I have very little experience cooking sea food in general
How do you make a great arepa? I tried once, but it didn't work. The inside was all powdery and gross.
I had an Arepa with black beans, fried plantains, and avocado once and it was the best thing I've ever had.
Post arepas and other south american food
>inb4 marco pierre white meme
Europe, explain yourself.
What the hell is this stuff?
do you guys carry a flask? what do you recommend? was thinking of getting one for myself for christmas.
I got a wide Klean Kanteen 800ml.
Using it to bottle table water for university.
I chose the wide opening because i also wanted to fill in smoothies and its easier to clean.
So far im happy with it.
Why you want to buy one and what do you want to use it for?
If its for outdoor, you should probably ask /out/
Does anyone have any easy recipes that would make this stuff easier to digest? I get stomach cramps (sometimes diarrhea) when I eat any respectable amount of it. I eat plenty of other beans/legumes and I don't have this problem. Thanks.
I can honestly eat an entire block, straight out of the fridge, with a little shoyu and pic related on top.
>iced tea spoon master race
Share your best weight loss diet ("eat less" is not a diet)
So I have a free pass to go to Wegmans (a high-end grocery store for you europeans) later, can anyone recommend an interesting/out of the ordinary recipe I could try for dinner? I made shrimp with pasta last night, so maybe something more land based. Possibly beef.
Is there ANY recipe where cartilage is actually useful? Every time i bite cartilage i have an urge to vomit, specially when it is on unexpected places such as burgers and chicken.
In fancy layered french terrines they use it as a gelatin layer or glaze.
I had to make them in culinary school.
But the most common use for cartilage is in stocks. You take bones and you make stock with them and the stock becomes gelatinous.
A good stock should look like Jello when its cold.
This is a sign of a Healthy and flavorful stock.
Its good for our Joints.
>mfw I bite into a piece of chicken with cartilage in it
It sucks when you find cartilage in a burger or in your chicken because its not supposed to be there.
It just means that small piece was overlooked and not removed like it was supposed to be.