>>38oh shit it's satan-kun, didn't know you were into cookinggood thread, but why not share how to do it as well?easy to do nurtitious but affordable prole food
>>587You're doing god's work lad.
>>591The drink looks promising. I've been wanting to try new methods of getting drunk that don't taste like medicine.
>>592You should skip the grenadine then.
>>594>>595Looks delicious. Great work.I'm not a vegan but i don't really like meat sometimes.
>>596Being vegan actually teaches you how to cook really well.
1. Wash some spinach2. Cut some garlic3. Add oil to pan, put pan on heat4. Add garlic to oil once oil is hot (oil is hot when you put your hand 5cm over the oil and it feels uncomfortably hot)5. let garlic fry for 30s6. add in washed vegetable to pan7. stir well for 30 seconds to 2 minutes spinach, spinach is ready when it is shriveled up8. cook some meat and potatoes9. enjoy healthy meal
>>589This is making me famished rn.
bump for more recipes
PSA never tell an Italian that that is a risotto.
Yo this curry is fucking dope. I'll post pics of the completed product later
That's definitely not a risotto
Look, man, i'm just going off what the recipie said.
Just made some "homemade traveller's bread". Just a sample ammount.
50 gramms of different flour (i used an even mix of rye, corn, rice, wheat and barley)
5 gramms of yiest
4 gramms of salt
around 50 gramms of water (i didn't measure the water. i mixed everything together untill the mix felt like ACTUAL bread material stuff)
Mixed them, didn't let the yiest to make it's magic (because i wanted to test the flavour… the resting only improves the texture afaik). Put it in the oven on low setting (since the original recipe was used to make bread on the fireside… so it wasn't hotter than 150 deg celsius), waited 2 and a half hours (i checked it multiple times during its making… after 2 hours it did not seem to improve). The resault is… very corny, a bit salty, a bit "yiesty", kinda dense and the inside was a bit dough-like (obviously), the crust was super crunchy tho.
Next time i will take a pic of it and document everything properly. In case somebody want to replicate it.
This diet wheel is a bit fucked. What's wrong with fat? What's wrong with dairy? Why are egg yolks, cream cheese and butter all lumped in with poison like fucking soybean oil? Tofu and soybeans are "the best" proteins? Instant potatoes are shit quality, but there's no reason they should be worse than regular white potatoes. Potatoes, despite being rather high on the glycemic index, are far richer nutritionally than grains.
Also, fruits should not be looked at as healthy, all fruits should be looked at as no different from candy. It's just sugar, just because it's "natural" doesn't mean it's somehow better for you.
Does anyone here know how to make chocolate?
Wife made some delicious stir fry, hope you all are at least eating good food while we’re all stuck inside
fuk u wifes aren't real. they are cia plot device. and i just ate a pink and purple looking rat.
Fruit is sugar + fiber + vitamins so it is automatically healthier than candy.
Who is the best Cooking Show host and why is it Julia Child?
Bros I need some good baked chicken recipes. I pop that shit in the oven with some spices, but chicken tastes gross with just that.
Not op but Ill post my recipe of it, its an easy curry to make, im not going to post measures because theyre for brainlets, just use common sense of how much to put (less spices, more sauce etc). Get the spices at your local indian store.
Chopped garlic, ginger, onion
Pinch of sugar
Coconut cream or cream substitute
Cubed paneer or tofu
Garam masala powder
Pinch of cinnamon powder
And red chilli powder
Pop in a fry pan, cook for like 15 and done.
i haven't eaten paneer in so many months
is a useful service that you guys might want to use for cheaper but good quality vegetables to cook with.
This all looks great :)
Retard-level doubleposting but>>9659
How hard have you found Indian-type dishes to make? I should rly give it a try>>11108
What's in the sushi? Is pic3 just risotto or something related?
Fixin myself a sammich now
>>11110>How hard have you found Indian-type dishes to make? I should rly give it a try
Well what I usually did for the chicken is mix up a marinade for the chicken consisting of some Marsala powder, some chili powder, some full fat greek yogurt At least about 1/3 a cup for about 2 pounds of chicken (which is a decent substitution for the fat they use in Indian cooking) as well as some lemon juice and a bit of red food coloring to give it that distinctive red coloring.
Then I let it marinade in a plastic bag in the fridge for about 6 hours to over night then cook it on my gas grill. I then made the onions and red bell peppers by cooking them on the stove in some vegetable oil. Then when they are done I serve it up on a plate.
That picture is pretty much the first time I tried making Indian food and I think it was pretty decent for my first attempt.
lmao your kimbap slicing needs so much work
look good though - what's the filling?
would also recommend 마약김밥 - name holds up
Nothing special, cucumber, paprika, carrot, avocado, mango, some spring onions and smoked tofu. I also got this thing where you basically boil a carrot sliced in quarters in soy sauce, it tastes decent. I’m pretty sure the last picture is a “paella”. Apologies for my horrible photographs. >>11121
What’s a “kimbap”? For the filling see ^.
Any good beginner guides to learn the fundamentals and git gud at cooking?
cook material until it easy to chew
add salt to material until it feel good in tongue
material is now tummy food
I sometimes do a quiche, its ez as fuck, cheap, and pretty good (provided you have an oven)
Poorfag spaghetti:>microwave a hotpocket till it starts boiling out of the bread>cook ramen noodles and hold onto the flavor pack for other recipes>squeeze hot pocket onto noodles and scoop up any stuff on the plate into it>use bread as garlic bread
Mustard fried chicken:https://youtu.be/q_vBKQsP0-o
Stop consuming bourgeois food. Junk food, sodas (COKEacola), etc. are a bourgeois invention of the capitalist epoch made for addiction and profit that your body doesn't need. You must eat organic food, drink water and more natural alternatives. You can produce whole foods at industrial scale. It's just cheaper to separate the parts and recombine them synthetically because porky likes profits and doesn't care about proles (if anything sick proles feed Big Pharma so it would be in their mutual interests).
The "MEME" of organic food was not a common thing, but the actual concept existed. Organic producers rely on natural substances and physical, mechanical, or biologically based farming methods to the fullest extent possible.
The USSR did just that. They didn't have cow pens where they would be raised in a 3x6 cage with shit running down their legs, or chickens that were kept in rigid boxes with their beaks set to a constant supply of food. Cage-free, free-range eggs are "organic", compare their contents to that of a GMO chicken. The latter gets pumped with so many hormones and live in such squalor that the egg products are in and of themselves tainted by this. Meat wasn't *'Pink Slime' but the real deal, which is why, after Gorbacehve fucked it up, there were jokes about Sausage meat replaced by toilet paper.
Communist countries didn't call their food industries "organic" - in non-profit driven states, there is no incentive to have cheap harmful food and expensively modified, slightly better versions of the same. all food was "organic" and affordable to everyone. just to give one example, dairy products weren't stuffed with preservatives to the point where a yogurt bottle can stay on shelves half a year or so, but were refreshed each 24-48h. Pesticides used were often tobacco based or otherwise natural and therefore far less harmful than the frog-mutating crap used in California or other places.
For more detail see the food section of https://www.quora.com/Did-the-Soviet-economy-work-at-all/answer/Chuck-Garen
>muh GMO is just conspiracy
Monsanto is a massive monopoly that exerts massive pressure on the scientific community and economy to push its products through. This is capitalist self-interest for it to push that shit onto us. Organic food is more expensive so only the middle class and bourgeois can only eat like this everyday. If you think they wouldn't do that, then read Upton Sinclair's The Jungle, about how they canned rat corpses, rat shit and rat poison along with the meat being sold to ordinary people.
I must know how to make tiramisu, it looks delicious as fuck
Too much fat dude. Tried Kenji Lopez’s Mac and cheese once and although delicious, I feel my heart was going to burst if I have another serving. Barbecue is just meat injected with pure carcinogens.
I fuckin love jambalaya, buffalo wings, fried chicken and barbequepunkPunk
You're totally right, I have a family mac and cheese recipe that goes back a ways and you can feel it when it hits your bloodstream.
As for BBQ, yeah it's definitely pure carcinogens, but ultimately i feel like it's more justified than dishes like mac and cheese.
What does it taste like?
I don't think he's gonna remember the taste of what he ate 3 months ago
prepping for a parmentier de canard tonight, my friend gonna bring grade A+ red wine
dis gonna be gud
from what I remember:
too much sugar in your sauces (and bread, and everything really), most of your base products are shit in the first place, but you have real good meat>>14415
it's very simple and very delicious, but the idea of making it vegan is a bloody crime
are sandwiches and pizzas american food?
i don't think i've eaten any southern food like BBQ or creole stuff ever
A lot of the southern food ive eaten over the years is simple stuff you can make for yourself
Jambalaya if you want creole stuff i like jambalaya a lot
Peach or blueberry or blackberry cobbler
Chicken pot pie
Mostly the food is just, different vegetables or meat on your plate nothing fancypunkPunk
humna humna humna!
Does /hobby/ like crustaceans? I really enjoy crab meat, it's probably my favorite sea food by far, been meaning for a while now to eat lobster meat but haven't gotten the chance to do so. Will probaly get to it at some point but crab is amazing, if you haven't eaten crab meat yet do it, I don't think I've ever met anyone who didn't like it.
Do anyone here thinks that king crabs are overrated? I love the texture of crab but king crab meat is just too mushy for me.
Red frog crabs are my favorite. Too bad they’re not in season now.
hey, did one of the board headers have one of shay's nudes in it?albaniaAlbania
oh yeah you're talking about the one I submitted >>>/leftypol/212330
Simple Spicy Marinara + Pasta
1 whole onion
1/2 bulb of garlic (like 5 teeth give or take)
red pepper flakes
crushed black pepper
can of san marzano tomatoes
pasta (spaghetti works well)
optional: mushrooms (e.g., bellas), black olives, parmesean (grated from a real block), cayenne, butter
1. Chop up onion and garlic. Put olive oil in a pan and set it to medium or medium-high heat. Wait until oil is hot—I like to throw a piece of onion in and wait for it to sizzle; that's my cue. Put in garlic + onions + red pepper flakes + tomato paste. Salt and pepper them. Cook for around 5 minutes or until the ingredients are wet/browned.
2. After the sautéing is done, turn off heat and move the pan to the side. Pour in enough red wine to deglaze the ingredients—a few glugs should do it as long as it covers the entire pan. Put back on heat. Turn heat up enough to boil the wine (medium should be good). Wait until most of the wine has evaporated, but not enough for the ingredients to start browning again.
3. Meanwhile, prepare the tomatoes. I'm assuming you have san marzanos from a can. Put only the tomatoes in a blender and pureé them. Discard the liquid from the can, as it is just blended up lower quality tomatoes.
4. After deglazing, pour in the pureéd tomatoes in the pan. Here, you can also add the basil and oregano. If you can, get your hands on fresh basil/oregano, it's better. Meanwhile, boil water in a pot. Salt the water generously (but don't overdo it). Once it gets to a roiling boil, throw in the pasta and then reduce to a simmer.
5. For the sauce, when it gets hot give it a taste test. You might want to add more salt/pepper. I also add a pinch of cayenne here. Cook the sauce until it gets thick—when you can move your spoon (or whatever you're using to stir the sauce) across the sauce and the sauce parts cleanly, then it should be good. Furthemore, you can add in mushrooms, black olives, and other ingredients here if you like.
6. When pasta is ready, transfer to sauce. Some people say to put the pasta water in the sauce too, but I find that it makes the sauce too watery. For me, the pasta water that comes along with the pasta is good enough. When all the pasta is transferred, stir for about a minute. You can throw in a little butter here if you're feeling gluttonous. After stirring, it's ready. Serve with grated parmesean if you'd like, a glass of red wine, and enjoy.international_brigadeInternational Brigade
is the whole pairing drinks with food a western concept?
like somalieers and shit like that??
does everybody around the world not just drink water with their food?
>>16792>does everybody around the world not just drink water with their food?
No, in some countries they just drink Coca-Cola in all their meals.
i was going to say maggi but then i remembered the decades of lead poisoning it gave me
so yeah yours probably must be better
>>17112>>17105>i was going to say maggi but then i remembered the decades of lead poisoning it gave me
Good thing I don't fuck with instant pasta. That Barilla shit probably has lead too huh. I hear a lot of Italian olive oil is actually garbage because of the mafia.>>16792>is the whole pairing drinks with food a western concept?
>like somalieers and shit like that??>does everybody around the world not just drink water with their food?
I mean doesn't that depend heavily on whether you drink alcohol or not? Most places people drink beer with a meal or tea. Pairing food is just some dumb wino shit. I just like cocktails myself(not buying that expensive shit at restaraunts however.) All you do is you get your favorite soda/juice. You pour in vodka til it's at the concentration you like. Done. It's really simple. I'm partial to Stevia sodas myself. Sugar drinks(even the real sugar/no corn syrup ones) start tasting disgusting after you stop drinking them. Leaves your saliva all thick and weird.
>>17115>maggi has poisonous lead in it
Fuck, that scares the shit outta me. I don't eat the instant noodles (or any instant shit, really) but I love Maggi sauce. I just realized it's by Nestlé (the Devil) too. Oh man, what a disappointment.
I seriously don't get canned tomatoes. Why can't people just take fresh ones and cook them down?
Not really? Just cut it up to small bits and put them on a pan with high heat, the tomatoes will cook in their own juices. Plus fresh tomatoes are way cheaper and without the useless metal can.
I hate nestle so much
I get scared sometimes thinking that I'm not really completely me or who I am supposed to be because of the lead
I should probably look into the effects of lead but I won't, BECAUSE FUCKING MAGGI PROBABLY TOOK AWAY THOSE BRAINCELLS THAT STOPS ME FROM PROCRASTINATING
man, this cooking thread is really making me feel stuff
Am I a retard for frying canned sardines, in the oil they were canned with? They end up a bit dry but taste like a proper grilled fish.
From: https://www.thedailymeal.com/difference-between-canned-and-fresh-tomatoes>When cooking with tomatoes, whether it be for sauces or stews, canned tomatoes are a better choice because they are densely packed and have a higher concentration of flavor that will stand up to heat.
In my experience, this is correct. Also, remember that canned tomatoes are picked at harvest so they are relatively fresh and maintain most of their nutrients when you take them out of the can. Lastly, unless you live in Italy you won't have access to San Marzano tomatoes, so canned is the only way to go.international_brigadeInternational Brigade
Yes, it is. The tomatoes have to be peeled, or else the soup isn't going to be smooth, and the end result will be a pretty dull-tasting soup w/o the concentrated flavor of the tomato paste. I've made variations of the tomato soup above and the ingredients I listed produce a good tasting soup that doesn't require a lot of work.
>>17131>Lastly, unless you live in Italy you won't have access to San Marzano tomatoes, so canned is the only way to go.
You fell for the EU scam bro. San Mazano tomatoes seed are available everywhere. Most of the canned stuff are grew in the American Midwest with the same type of soil. It’s as much as a meme to inflate prices as the modern trends with wagyu beef and cast iron cookware.
well my supermarket doesn't sell fresh san marzano tomatoes, and I don't have a garden nor do I likely live in a climate conducive to growing san marzano tomatoes, so there you go—canned it is for me.
I don't care, my marinara sauce comes out fantastic.international_brigadeInternational Brigade
Tonight I tried to make porridge for the very first time in my life, using this video
But I used too much salt, and it tasted like utter shit, and then spent the next 3 hours trying to fix it, but no matter how much more water, milk, oats, sugar, honey, cinnamon and vanilla I used, it still tasted shitty (although a bit less). Is there any way I can fix this mess? In the meantime it looks like I'll go to sleep without eating so good night.
Eat it savory retard
But I wanted something sweet anon
Sweet porridge is a mistake. Oatmeal is a better alternative with a multitude of different textures and flavors based on the mix and the accompanying liquid.
Savory porridge on the other hand is good for all occasions especially when you have a bunch of leftover rice and meat. Cook rice with lots of bone broth (preferably pork bones with marrow or trotters for the added fat and gelatin) in a pressure cooker for about an hour. If you’re lazy you could just cook both the meat, bones and porridge in the same pot but I prefer that the meat still a have a bite to it and not fall-off-the-bone tender. Garnish with poached eggs and some scallions. Perfect brunch.
Is water and soap enough to remove the cum and shit molecules before cooking?
Do you ever think or worry about where your chef's hands have been as you eat the meal made by them?
Or do you just not care
The point of cooking is to cleanse the cum and shit molecules in flame until no living thing, such as bacteria or worms, can survive within it.punkPunk
I will give you my easy dopeass oatmeal recipe bro.
Take 1 cup oats in a bowl
Mix some sugar and cinnamon in
fill water in the bowl until it is just a hair under the top layer of the oats (just make water level with the oats so its not too watery)
Microwave 1.30 minutes, stir microwave 1.3 mins more
Top off with butter, add seeds, fruits raisins whatever else you want to top it off with. Mix and eat bish
Couldn’t care less. Micro particles of excrements exist everywhere in food. Most of the processed food have insects in them. As long as they don’t contain actual germs that can harm you it’s fine.
You're okay with those micro particles?
We can’t even separate them from our body let alone our food. A single toilet flush basically sends a microscopic cloud of waste to your entire body.
I grew up watching hours of Food Paradise, Man v Food and every other american food culture show
You cannot kill the devil with his own horns anon'
But yeah I didn't know where else to talk about that
This is why I flush after closing the lid. But you're right, It's a losing battle
Watching the fan dub for Guy pretty much ruined the experience for me. It’s just so much better than the original.
Speaking of Fieri, is it just me or he always touching uncooked food when he’s in the kitchen.
You're telling there's a Diners, Drive-ins and Drives Abridged Series? (DDDAS)
I don't know, eating oats with savory food feels wrong to me.>>17486
Thanks anon, I'll try that next time except for the microwave part (I can use the stove).
Actually, the following day I realized that my attempts at fixing it had worked, suddenly it was sweet, and it tasted kinda like cereal.
Man vs Food was a goodie. That was pre-YouTube mukbang too. I haven't watched Food Channel in years. YouTube took the FC place, and FC took the Game Show Network's place.
Truth be told, I was a DDD fan too for a little while. What killed it for me was we ate at one of Fieri's restaurants, Johnny Garlic's in Pleasanton, CA. Food was snack bar tier. My gf ordered a salad and the romaine lettuce had grill marks on it. Yee-hah, bbq'd salad! I got shrimp scampi, and the shrimp arrived raw, clearly frozen shrimp they'd rushed out, rubbery and cold. Then they brought us our drinks last, after we'd given up on the food and were looking to bail.
tl:dr Gordon Ramsay should have filmed an episode of Kitchen Nightmares at Guy Fieri's restaurant.
Cooking oatmeal to the point it’s porridge makes it indistinguishable from rice to me. Is it just me or is risotto have a slimy texture to it? Maybe I fucked up and left in too much starch when washing it.
I still like the Food Network
>FC took the Game Show Network'
What does that mean
It’s a hothouse industry filled to the brim with petit bourgeois douchebags. Both the failing and successful restaurants have overbearing owners that abuse their workers while paying them terribly.
The worst part is that competitive cooking shows actually glamorize these bastards. Take Gordon Ramsay himself, the image of him in his cooking shows is entirely removed from his real management of his restaurant chain. It’s always mired in worker abuse, shit pay, and using inferior ingredients yet the fucker dares to use this to criticize other shittier owners. The point is not doing those things is bad as a small scale porky, the point is doing it with terrible PR is bad.
The Food Channel stopped being educational, and started game shows. The Game Show Network was an entire channel that showed nothing but game shows. I like to cook personally, and the game shows with cooking as it's theme turn me off. My favorite celebrity chefs really are Julia Child and Jacque Pepin because 100% of their programs were educational.
How to eat healthy? There are so many conflicting opinions about it online I feel completely lost.
Learn to enjoy veggies. Simple as. Salad wih ranch, cheesy broccoli, squash casserole, cutting carrots into ramen noodles… get creative and spice up your healthy foods a little. But most importantly, get your body to crave it. Eat enough healthy food, and your body will recognize that it wants and needs the vitamins inside… you'll get hooked because your body will beg you to eat vitamin rich and nutritious food.punkPunk
Sounds like hell. The industry just shouldn't exist.
I read up one of the judges of Top Chef and he apparently was sued for wage theft and had to settle out of court
And the guy with the communist shirt I posted? A conservative republican
Why would they be wearing that shirt then, I didn't think there were ironic right wing hipster
>>16673>TFW people keep memeing about "muh pineapple pizza <TFW in Italy they serve literal chocolate pizza
No joke, there is so many weird pizza types just from Italy that this pineapple pizza shit is retardedly petty.
Someone sauce me the music.
Happy Brass (remix) by glenn cartier & Brandon mancuso
I can't believe someone found the source after so long. Great job anon.
I love cooking a lot, made pasta e fagioli last nighthttps://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/pasta-e-fagioli
I'm a retarded NEET but I live with my parents and have to plan every meal and write the shopping lists and cook every dinner
That's productive and as long as you're not a literal layabout, you're good.
>>12750 >Scientists: Unregulated and poorly managed food production and industry is creating massive climate impacts>Porky: time to eat le bugs peasants
Bug eating and pod living is the ultimate neolib wet dream, the definitive version of worker alienation. >but muh farms!
These are experimental farms producing very expensive, boutique products for niche markets. A cricket burger would cost you like $50. It's not a cheap filler. Insects are a heck of lot harder to cultivate cleanly, I certainly don't think the crickets sold in Petco are very hygienic and there aren't very many options to cultivating them. You need a plague's worth of locusts to equate the food needs provided by a single cow and managing the hygiene of that number of individuals is much harder than handling a couple bovines.
Bugs are often dirty and have many diseases and parasites specifically made to transfer through consumption of an invertebrate host, and it can be fatal. There's a reason humans largely evolved to not eat most insects and even tribes usually cook them in some manner before consuming them. And yes, I'm sure SOME bugs can be made safe to eat. But I'd rather not, and people shouldn't be forced to. INB4 climate change, Medieval societies in Europe had meat, fruit & grain to eat pre-industrial revolution so obvious it is possible to have that without destroying the climate, and Soviet Agriculture also proved itself. https://leftypedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Plan_for_the_Transformation_of_Nature
It's a bit like the overweight thinking it's easier to convince everyone that fat can be sexy, instead of just losing weight themselves if they're that uncomfortable with it. It's easier to continue with the decimation of the planet's ecosystem and have us all live on mashed up cockroaches (of course, they will still get their fill of steaks no matter how rare and expensive it becomes), than to just stop destroying the planet for profit.
If you needed more proof, the current lab-cultivated meat is a demonstration of this: https://www.theguardian.com/food/2021/jun/17/lab-grown-meat-no-kill-food>In Singapore, the US company Eat Just gained approval to sell its nuggets of lab-grown chicken to consumers in December 2020. Under the brand name “Good Meat”, Eat Just rolled out its first products at an exclusive social club. Diners sample a bao with sesame chicken and pickled cucumber and a maple waffle served with chicken nuggets.>In April, Eat Just partnered with another restaurant to begin introducing its chicken to a wider public via a delivery service. As well as the Asian chicken salad, the Cantonese restaurant is also selling their novel meat in the form of chicken dumpling and chicken fried rice. Demand has already been high – just a few minutes after appearing online, the eight servings for the day were sold out.>Cultured meat has made strides in the last few years, but production remains small. Although the science of tissue culture has been around for more than half a century, growing sufficient flesh to make an edible product at a competitive price has been the major challenge. Good Meat’s meals are priced at 23 Singapore dollars (about US$17) – certainly not a cheap portion.
Also note that many people do not feel like consuming insects. https://thebeet.com/new-survey-finds-consumers-who-want-save-the-planet-would-rather-eat-plants-than-bugs/>The European Consumer Organisation, BEUC, surveyed consumers from 11 European countries (Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Netherlands, Slovakia and Slovenia) to find out people's attitudes towards sustainable foods and alternative protein sources>Two-thirds of consumers would change their diet for the environment and would rather eat plant-based burgers (without GMOs) and sustainable proteins like legumes rather than nibble on insects, even though bugs have the same amount of protein as poultry and beef. Only 10% of consumers would prefer insects over plant-based proteins.
This isn't to say that Modern Bourg Agriculture is good or seeking alternatives to it is bad, but that porky is clearly being exploitative. I think everyone recalls the Cockroach slabs in Snowpiercer and the class-warfare narrative. That said, modern bourg production systems are terrible. Besides the ethically terrible treatment of animals, it's also extremely harmful. Cattle production is the most carbon-intensive form of animal protein and is the top agricultural source of greenhouse gases worldwide, estimated to amount to 14% of all greenhouse gas emissions from human activities. If you've ever been to the Texas Panhandle, there are massive feedlot operations dotting the landscape with thousands of cattle in a single lot literally burping and farting out enormous amounts of ammonia 24/7 and it's so pervasive it can burn your nose and eyes, and in the evening when the winds blow in, this combination of ammonia and airborne fecal matter drift into nearby Amarillo and you can smell it everywhere you go. People there call it "shust" (shit dust) and "shog" (shit smog).
site looks like it could be a little wonky, would double check to make sure it doesnt leave things out
Also let me add for you tards. Please never heat things in plastic. It's preferable to not by wet things in plastic such as "tin cans" but please don't ever heat things in plastic. What the fuck is wrong with yall.
while i was thinking about food to replace the hamburger as something easily mass-producable, affordable, and nutritious, i had a great idea for a new dish.
i call it the sautshay, rhyming with saute, satay and sashay, saute and satay being cooking concepts and sashay being a square dance move and an exaggeratedly sexy walk.
the ingredients are as follows - noodles (for carbohydrates), corn kernels for fiber, fried chicken meat, boiled peanuts or peanut oil (possibly being used to fry the chicken like chick-fil-a does, or possibly as an ingredient in the form of boiled peanuts), mushrooms (for texture), POSSIBLY some kind of barbeque flavor, butter and something leafy to add vitamins. unsure what the leafy ingredient would be. maybe kudzu? we sure do need to figure out something to use kudzu for anyway cuz that shit grows everywhere completely unchecked.
also the intention is to create a national dish for the south to replace the hamburger, a symbol of union imperialism.
IT NEEDS CAJUN SPICE FOR THE FRIED CHICKEN BITS
Tried this recipe and it was fucking great. Keto parmesan brussels sprouts with bacon. Hearty and savory. I misread the recipe and used cloves instead of garlic cloves, but I think that enhances the flavor a lot.https://www.ketocookingwins.com/keto-parmesan-brussels-sprouts-with-bacon/
<Brussels sprouts – fresh, not frozen!<Bacon<Parmesan cheese – fresh is best but Kraft Parmesan cheese will work too
Heavy whipping cream<Bacon<Garlic cloves<Havarti, gouda, mozzarella or another mild easy melting cheese<Pink salt & pepper
sounds like a really bad stir fry, a national dish doesn't have to be a grab-bag of all the regional dishes. why not biscuits and gravy, hushpuppies, chicken fried steak, or shrimp and grits?
damn you mentioning those made me hungry
i want some biscuits and gravy rn. or hushpuppies
>>23802>'not censored by mods>>23824>censored by mods
double standards much?!
Thx for moving my thread from an irrelevant board (siberia) to an even more irrelevant one (hobby), dear Janny.
p.s. Cooking isn't a "hobby, " neither a lifestyle. It's basic life skills like cleaning your home.
p. p. s. I'm like dodging 3 bans here, good job with your official Rules, none of which I violated
you never mentioned what you're cooking op
It's because a "whatever it turns out to be" kind of deal. Most likely a "random soup."
that sounds like a good way to make something that doesn't taste good.
but the mushrooms look good tho
>banned from OC thread
good job, jannies
end of thread, lmao
hell yuh, get a nice deglaze going
put more salt in brutha
throw a can of tomatoes in and you can make a spaghetti sauce
why no garlic OP? why no carrots or celery? no peppers either?
wasted potential my guy
aren't those full of sodium, two cubes probably just made your meal rly unhealthy
I would do an garlic or two but have none.
Cooking w what I have
you should care about your health anon
but i'd prob eat your soup, looks good. throw some cilantro in w/ the parsley if you got some
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