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15453340 No.15453340 [Reply] [Original]

I'm in the mood to hear some embarrassing stories about people and their dining habits.

>one of our friends turned 21 a few days ago
>drank a single beer at his birthday dinner
>people discuss how/when they first drank
>other annoying uptight friend starts talking about how he's never drank
>"blah blah I'm the son of a cop blah blah I've never had a single drop of alcohol
>smartass friend starts smirking
>"one drop you say?"
>starts reading out list of food/drink with ethanol in it
>mustard, vinegar, ginger ale, ROOT BEER
>annoying friend's soul is slowly crushed as he realizes his favorite drink root beer has trace ethanol in it
>for the rest of the night he has a smoldering serial killer look on his face

Anyone else have any good ones?



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15453288 No.15453288 [Reply] [Original]

/v/ sends their retarded regards

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>> No.15453311

>>15453300
Wasted. Didn't specify a board.
Rolling for /out/
>inb4 off topic b&
Chili with beans is for eating plain, chili with no beans is for chili dogs, burgers, etc.

>> No.15453315

>>15453311
winrar

>> No.15453316

>>15453311
/out/ is doomed

>> No.15453317

>>15453300
not a real roll
lets roll for /fit/ lets see what those faggots do

>> No.15453328

>>>/t/



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15453235 No.15453235 [Reply] [Original]

Last night there was an "easy chicken" thread. These was a post in it about using mayonnaise as a fat to cook the chicken and it got a lot of hate.
This was inspired by that hate.
Here is a simple grilled cheese. Mayonnaise and fine grated mozzarella inside two slices of home made bread and fried in unsalted butter.

>> No.15453241

Ur mom is a ho

>> No.15453245

>>15453235
>you can totally cook chicken in mayonnaise
>to prove this here is a grilled cheese made with mayonnaise

>> No.15453259

>>15453241
Oh? Do elaborate.
>>15453245
People were spewing hate of mayonnaise, this is a thread for things that incorporate mayonnaise. Later tonight I plan on doing a 30 minute chicken recipe that involves mayonnaise. Go fuck your hat.



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15453178 No.15453178 [Reply] [Original]

>ruins your sandwich

>> No.15453182

>>15453178
imagine disliking any vegetable or ingredient

>> No.15453205

>>15453178
Tomatoes are good on sandwiches with a thick enough bread such as a hoagie or burger, or toasted bread such as a BLT, but for your average "sandwich bread" that is untoasted and already made to be so soft you can leave fingerprints in it, yeah tomatoes tend to make things a bit too mushy and wet.

>> No.15453211

>>15453178
ur an idiot
ur an idiot

>> No.15453222

>>15453178
I bet you love ketchup though manbaby

>> No.15453224

>>15453205
On sandwiches like that you eat them on the side with lots of salt and pepper.



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15453157 No.15453157 [Reply] [Original]

What does your weekly meal routine look like?

>> No.15453187

>>15453157
fuck off retard

>> No.15453197

>>15453157
Not like a sohy cuck numale faggot, that's an embarrassing thing to do and consume

>> No.15453226

Looks like absolute garbage. Guess you gotta squeeze every second in the bugman rat race that is your life

>> No.15453230

i only cook when I'm hungry, and i only get hungry once a day



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15453147 No.15453147 [Reply] [Original]

What’s the best soup?

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>> No.15453289

>>15453147
French Onion
Clam Chowder
Chili
Cream of Mushroom
Miso

>> No.15453296

mulligatawny

>> No.15453320

>>15453147
milk soup

>> No.15453331

Beef barley

>> No.15453336

>>15453147
minestrone



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15453129 No.15453129 [Reply] [Original]

Sup /ck/

I bought a 96oz prime boneless sirloin (think of pic related but huge) for a gathering tomorrow. I was going to sear it then slip it in the oven, as there’s no way to cook it completely in a pan/skillet.

>sear on all sides
>put in 400 degree oven
>check every 20 mins or so until temp gets to 135ish
>carve

Anyone else have experiences with this? Also share experiences with large butcher cuts of meat

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>> No.15453180

>>15453129
Be sure to dry brine it tonight. The salt will either pull surface moisture out or push it back towards the inside and your sear will look better. I'd check the temperature after 15 minutes and then every couple after that. Around 110 it starts shooting up faster in my experience.

>> No.15453181

>>15453169
It’s pretty gnarly. Maybe 4 inches at least? I covered it in salt, pepper, and garlic then wrapped it up in the fridge. I have the same concern that it won’t be adequately seasoned so I got pretty liberal with the seasonings.

>> No.15453186

>>15453129
Microwave it

>> No.15453192

>>15453180
That’s what I did, detailed it in a reply to another anon, although I did so this morning instead. Hoping it makes a real difference when searing.

Another question I had was how long I should leave it out at room temp before cooking? For how big it is, I was thinking ~3hrs.

>> No.15453193

never cook something for the first time for guests. wtf.



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15453105 No.15453105 [Reply] [Original]

>love the taste of beer with burgers, steak, pizza
>get a nasty hangover from drinking even 1 beer
Anyone else cursed like I am?

>> No.15453232

no it took me 14 beers last night to get my hangover

>> No.15453280

I'm not drunk but if I drink 1 beer after 5 pm I can't sleep. Didn't do wonder for my social life.

>> No.15453314

>>15453105
Try a beery-tasting cider and see if that helps?

>> No.15453321

>>15453105
>>15453314
Or make sure you only drink German beer, they're regulated to make sure they don't contain sulphates, prevents hangovers.
(A lot of the beers people think are German are actually dutch.)



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15453069 No.15453069 [Reply] [Original]

Fruit cocktail with some cottage cheese is one of the great treats. Salty, sweet, and has a bit of nutrition to boot.

>> No.15453079

I'm gay btw not sure if that matters :/

>> No.15453096

lol my parents always have a can of this at their house

>> No.15453100

>>15453096
Omg dude your parents... are gay

>> No.15453101

>>15453069
You are sick.

>> No.15453284

>>15453069
Are you Eastern European, Pavel?



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15453055 No.15453055 [Reply] [Original]

>> No.15453062

>>15453055
No. Whoever graded that as choice is full of shit.

>> No.15453068
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15453068

Imagine that was a cut of human loin

>> No.15453265

>>15453068
Easy there rabbi, they’ll catch on even more.

>> No.15453330

Not really but you can make it taste good depending on how you cook it.



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15452987 No.15452987 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original]

/deenz/ thread

>> No.15453042

Crackers or rye?
I personally like rye and a little mayo for my deenz. Simply delightful.



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15452933 No.15452933 [Reply] [Original]

The lady who drove my bus all through school just passed away and she was an old Filipino lady. My mom would always buy these spring rolls off of her. they had a beef filling and a super crispy outside I honestly dream about these things and Im afraid Ill never get to eat one again.
Does anyone have any kind of Filipino Spring roll recipes I can try so I can have a flavor of my child hood back.

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>> No.15452952

Don't have a specific recipe for you but the name of the food you are looking for is lumpia. Hopefully anon will have more answers for you.

>> No.15452965

>>15452937
Alright Ill check those out

>> No.15452985

Her name was Ms. Fe (Fay) and my dad would sharpen her knives for her and one day she pulled up and she yelled out the door to my dad as i was getting on the bus "I cut my fingah on you knife!"

Rip Ms Fe may your lumpia live in the memories of many

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15453022

>>15452933
Lumpia are easy enough to make, its just tedious. Frozen wrappers are $1.79 for a package of 25 in the frozen section. The filling is usually ground pork, but use whatever meat you like. Fry it up with nice Asian flavors that you like, usually I start with pork, then add onion, garlic, soy sauce, pepper, sesame oil, etc, then dump in a bag of cole slaw mix for easy shredded cabbage and carrot. Get to rolling (takes me nearly an hour to make 25), then fry or freeze. I hope you have friends to make the process fun, because its labor intensive.

>> No.15453036

May she burn in hell



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15452926 No.15452926 [Reply] [Original]

How do Americans only eat fast food and junk food every single day and not get sick from eating it?

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>> No.15453054

>>15453004
>but single person doesn't pay much in taxes unless you make billions
You literally pay 50% or more of your income

>> No.15453061
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15453061

How do Europeans only eat fast food and junk food every single day and not get sick from eating it?

>> No.15453072

>>15453061
Americans are the biggest consumers on the planet look at the emissions per capita

>> No.15453085
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15453085

>>15453072

>> No.15453114

>>15453085
Selective webms don't change shit. The statistics of emissions per capita do. And it says you are fat greedy fucks



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15452871 No.15452871 [Reply] [Original]

Does pizza hut hold a patent on stuffed crust? Why doesn't dominos have a stuffed crust?

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>> No.15452891

>>15452871
dominos uk has stuffed crust

>> No.15452893

One of the frozen pizza brands has stuffed crust too. I don't remember which one though

>> No.15453063

>>15452871
because stuffed crust requires one of two things. Prepacked, frozen dough(which most of the major chains don't wanna do except for pizza hut), or you do it yourself. i work at a papa johns and we're already running into problems with the stuffed crust, the very nature of it precludes making it more than like an hour in advance which means during rushes we just have to have someone making only stuffed crusts. it's a bitch.

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15453106

>>15453063
You got me curious. Is there any trick to it? Always wanted to try it but I'm sure trying it naively is gonna suck

>> No.15453200

>>15453106
just freeze some cheese strings and roll them into the dough



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15452842 No.15452842 [Reply] [Original]

Anyone ever see the black chef episode of iron chef Japan?

For years I’ve been looking for it

Appreciate any help any YouTube links... anything thanks

>> No.15452844

>>15452842
HOL UP

>> No.15452849

WE WUZ SAMURAIZ N SHIEEEET

>> No.15452850

>>15452842
I’ve just always been a fan of the show and curious what ingredient was used for this battle and they use the black chef bin the shows intro but I’ve never seen it

>> No.15452858

>>15452849
You’re terrible please no need for racism here just looking for the episode

>> No.15452930

>>15452844
Appreciate any help... YouTube link? Asking here because/CK/ is for foodies



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15452838 No.15452838 [Reply] [Original]

Has anybody here ever used gunpowder as a cooking ingredient?

Specifically black powder, as that both has a history of human consumption and is chemically safe, being made of only 3 ingredients. Sulfur, which is safe for consumption, Salt peter, which is used in curing meat and as a mineral salt for flavoring, and charcoal, which is just neutral carbon that is often eaten to absorb poison.

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>> No.15453065

>>15452838
Eveyone says they mix saltpeter into your food in basic training. Not sure if it's true, but I couldn't get a boner for most of those 3 months.

>> No.15453076

>>15452838
It doesn’t seem to be something that people use anymore, which seems kinda stupid. I like the idea of eating as many different things as possible so I want to consume the powder now.

>> No.15453122

sniffin brownbrown makes you invisible to bullets

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15453268

>>15452845
the fuck?
>>15452918
what is brown brown
>>15452994
WHAT IS BROWN BROWN
>>15453065
who told you that
>>15453122
WHAT IS BROWN BROWN ?????
>this thread, pic related

>> No.15453338

>>15453268
>wtf is google
cocaine and gunpowder



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15452807 No.15452807 [Reply] [Original]

Here's a fun fact about liquor in Norway:

In Norway, alcoholic beverages that contain more than 22% alcohol, like whisky, vodka etc, is called "brennevin" which directly translate to "burning wine". Another not so fun fact is that you can only buy it in government shops that is called "vinmonopolet" which translates to "The Wine Monopoly". Everything stronger than 4.7% is only allowed to be sold in the wine monopoly, even beer.


Post fun facts about food and beverages or anything related ples

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>> No.15453113

>>15453088
And to burn means to distill. So distilled wine would be the correct translation

>> No.15453118

>>15452935
Aren't cunts like Norway places where people drink a lot due to long nights and winters?

>> No.15453130

>>15452945
He seems to have theraputic effect on older men with middle life crisis and/or depression.
I don't know how or why, but he helped me with mine.

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15453139

>>15452807
>brennevin

oof

>> No.15453159

>>15453113
>And to burn means to distill
It literally means to burn, but you are right that in norway "to burn" also mean "to distill" probably because they traditionally used an open flame to generate the heat needed to distill it. It's a pretty interesting point that I didn't think about and I am inclined to believe your explanation is the right one. Mine is of course right to, but I missed the significant part of it



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15452789 No.15452789 [Reply] [Original]

I got gifted demi glace by my cousin.
What do i do with it?

>> No.15453152

Make bouf bb

>> No.15453158

>>15452789
Rub it all over your naked body

>> No.15453183

>>15453158
This, send them pics

>> No.15453212

>>15452789
You put it in the freezer and it goes from demi-glace to glace.



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15452772 No.15452772 [Reply] [Original]

Is there an easier way to make demi-glace than the way Adam does it?

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>> No.15452962

>>15452772
yes.
dont believe me? google "child porn"

>> No.15453039

>>15452772
He has to be at least part Jewish. You say he's Italian... Whatever. He was literally shilling his sponsor's product in a children's graveyard in one video.

>> No.15453102

>>15452772
>1lb
nice simple single number and easy to understand
>454g
random fucking number in the hundreds for something that doesn't weigh much

why do metric fags act like their system is better?

>> No.15453136

>>15453102
>1kg
nice simple single number and easy to understand
>2,20462lb
random fucking number in the hundreds for something that doesn't weigh much

why do imperial fags act like their system is better?

>> No.15453337

>>15452772
He's not making demi-glace, he's making brown stock. That's only half the ingredirnts. Gravox will bring you closer to demi-glace.



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15452726 No.15452726 [Reply] [Original]

I'm not really a bread-orientated individual. I'm bad at the time management, I suck at kneading, high hydration drives me nuts. All my attempts at basic loaves have been extremely mediocre.

That said, I'd really like to pin down a baguette process to go alongside soups and whatever. Do any breadsavants have tips for bringing those distinct baguette features to fruition?



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