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14695586 No.14695586 [Reply] [Original]

Potato chips thread. What's the best tasting BBQ chip you've tried? I'm pretty fond of these sweet ones, ripple cut, kettle cooked

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>> No.14697743

>>14697698
Did it happen to you too?
I have become unsettled.

>> No.14697770

>>14697696
Based TB anon.

>> No.14698912
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Deep River Sweet Maui Onion

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>blocks you are a path

>> No.14699636

>>14697698
Based and staying away from witchcraftpilled



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14695563 No.14695563 [Reply] [Original]

Let's get a cookbook thread going.
I love pic related. I have been using it for 20 years and it is an absolute godsend.

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14702945

god tier

Everything I know about baking I learned from Stella Parks

>> No.14702980

>>14701922
In this case, the useful cookbooks are from 1938 and earlier, prior to ubiquitous industrial processing of foods.
Ideally they will include tips on how to skin and dress small game.
So basically, the old editions of Joy of Cooking.

>> No.14704205

can someanon post a link to that huge mega cookbook collection
I've lost it
thanks

>> No.14704265

>>14702606
I have one of these! It was from an elementary school.

>> No.14705218

>>14702357
It's on libgen
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/search.php?req=modernist+cuisine&lg_topic=libgen&open=0&view=simple&res=25&phrase=1&column=def



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14695561 No.14695561 [Reply] [Original]

If I were to throw a mead hall styled outdoor feast for Lief Erikson day, what are some dishes I should prepare for it?
>inb4 larp
You fags wouldn't know fun if it beat in your door and raped your mother.

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OP I'd definitely go for a hearty stew with a really great bread. It's not on theme but I'm going to do a tavce next and that's the level of hearty I'm thinking of. Then of course you got to do roasts and I'd go for a bit of variety. Offer flagons of ale as well as mead, and anything you can serve in a barrel would be fun. Roasted everything like root vegetables with herbs.

Sounds like a good time.

>>14696179
>>14696215
shut up you incel cuntrag fucktards no one would invite you anyways and you know it

>> No.14696676

The only people I know that are into the viking thing are this married couple of meth heads I work with and they're always going on about it

>> No.14696684 [DELETED] 

>>14695561
/ck/'s official cringe list
>mead
>whisky
>bourbon
>rum
>cigars

>> No.14696698

>>14696684
That's just your opinion, faggot. The real /ck/ list is that meme copypasta with the asian girl picture.

>> No.14696781

>>14696684
seethe incel



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14695560 No.14695560 [Reply] [Original]

What are the best tasting frozen nuggies?

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>> No.14697829

>>14695560
My girlfriend gets the Dinosaur ones

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14698107

Whatever brand my mommy buys is the best because it comes with a sprinkle of her love that I always redeem with my good boy bucks.

>> No.14698947

>>14697829
Same

>> No.14698954

>>14695560
why wouldn't you unfreeze or even fry them?

>> No.14698984

>>14695560
why buy these? cant you amerifats get like 30 for $2 over there?

I wish KFC would bring back that smokey BBQ sauce they had in the 90s



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14695552 No.14695552 [Reply] [Original]

What the fuck do they put in this shit, laxatives? I literally shat my pants the last two times I ate here.

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>> No.14695575

Am I the only one noticing McDonald's skyrocketing costs? Same crappy food, yet with a new & improved price tag. I go their for a vanilla cone & that's it.

>> No.14695580

You’re so used to eating healthy food that your body rejects processed shit

>> No.14695962

>>14695575
This is what all public corporations do when they reach market saturation and stopped growing years ago, they have to raise prices and cut costs to keep their annual revenue growth going up basically forever.

>> No.14695971

McD gives me the cleanest poops ever. Like I wipe and there is nothing. Don’t even need to wipe, really. I suspect McDonald’s isn’t actually food.

>> No.14695978

>>14695552
You can get diarrhea from too much oil and sugar. If you had soda and ate a lot of greasy french fries with ketchup then that could do it. There's also quite a bit of sugar in the burger buns on top of that.

I never have diarrhea if I only eat a burger and a salad with water to drink though.



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14695548 No.14695548 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original]

Why do I like gummy candy so much?
I'm 32 btw

>> No.14695550

You're a woman.

>> No.14695554

>>14695548
Same bro. I’m 33 and am a gummi addict. Feels bad.

>> No.14695556

Hypoglycemia?

>> No.14695566

>>14695550
I am not
>>14695554
Same I'm scared about the consequences but I literally can't stop
>>14695556
I will look that up. Ty



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14695539 No.14695539 [Reply] [Original]

Why should I should I caramelize onions on low heat for an hour when I can achieve the same effect on high heat in 15 minutes?

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>>14695837
>Europeans are Asians.

>> No.14695891

>>14695867
So what was your point, then? You've just established that all cultures of any note eat onions.

>> No.14695911

>>14695891
>not on the list
>we wuzzin
Sad.

>> No.14695917

>>14695788
Most of those are for export, though, unless you believe that the people of Mali each consume around 35kg of onions every year.

>> No.14696660

>>14695716
I never heard of eating an onion raw until I saw a movie filmed in europe that had a guy who worked in the subway, or some shit like that. He pulled an onion out of his lunch sack and ate it like an apple.



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14695537 No.14695537 [Reply] [Original]

I assume most of you have tomorrow off (Monday)
What are you drinking!?

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>> No.14696340

sierra nevada torpedo

>> No.14697127

Captain Morgan's and lemonade

>> No.14697179

>>14695537
Got buzzed with a 19oz Lagunitas 12 of Never Ale,
then had a small Manhattan cocktail, then been going back and forth between Wild Turkey 101 and Bulleit Rye. All of my favorite drinks. I'm on my last glass of WIld Turkey, significantly drunk, have work tomorrow, but should be okay when I stop and switch to key lime Lacroix to hydrate before going to sleep

>> No.14697182

>>14697179
You should try Waterloo, my local place didn't have La Croix for some reason so I picked up Waterloo.
Its way better than La Croix for the same price, can also says Non Gmo and Bpa free.

>> No.14697202

>>14697182
I think my local Whole Foods carries that. I'll try it out; thanks. LaCroix is just more accessible since my regular store carries it. Apricot and Limoncello are my go-tos, although right now I'm working through a case of Key Lime



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14695523 No.14695523 [Reply] [Original]

You can only post ITT if you’re sipping rum based beverages in a beach house

>> No.14695541

>>14695523
I'm sitting outside at my pool/jacuzzi combo, on my seawall canal backyard looking at my sailboat. Does that count?

I'm not sipping rum. I have had no desire to drink since shutdown. I'm drinking frozen limeade, and roasting some shake-n-bake style chicken fingers in the oven. Gonna have some baby red potatoes and black eyed peas with it, green salad too.

>> No.14695568

>>14695541
Mad respect in real estate AND beverages



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14695522 No.14695522 [Reply] [Original]

Will you miss it when it's gone?

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>> No.14697236

>>14695740
How the fuck could that be true when they constantly push their "boxes" which are a bunch of random shit packaged into a cardboard box for no real reason.

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How do I recreate the Mexican pizza? Haven't eaten a Taco Bell mexican pizza in years but I love that crisp but slightly soft crust and that secret undertone taste beyond meat, cheese, and tomatoes.

>> No.14697548

wtf happened to Taco Bell? their menu sucks now theyre getting rid of all their best stuff

>> No.14697582

>>14695522
Haven't been inside a taco bell in years but ate a lot of these when I was a kid. Second favorite menu item after the 7 layer burrito. Decided to swing my my local bell today and have one last one before they go.

It was my first time inside their new stores, absolutely soulless place. Just grey walls and steel everywhere. Not a single ounce of color in the place aside from the soda fountain labels. There wasn't anyone in the drive thru when I went in and I was the only customer inside. TB has been pretty much one of the fastest fast food places consistently. Well I place my order and 20 minutes later I'm still waiting and they haven't said a word to me about where the fuck is my food.

I lean over the counter and glace into the kitchen and ask if there is anyone that can tell me when my food might be coming because I haven't seen a person in almost half an hour. I get a bunch of blank stares from the 4 colors of the midnight persuasion and the token 56% manager finally comes to the front. I ask him what is going on and he just says they were putting together an uber order. I asked for my money back and walked out, sorry mexican pizza you weren't worth it.

>> No.14697584

I will miss it. I didn't get a mexican pizza very often, but every once in a while it was a nice change of pace.



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14695520 No.14695520 [Reply] [Original]

Why is he so fucking perfect, bros?!?

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>> No.14701499

>>14701229
>Here the stores segregate potatoes into three main kinds: dense, medium, floury
Seriously? Those words are used?

In the US, we specific the name of the potato from russet burbank, norkotah, yukon gold, boniato, sweet, purple inca fingerling, petite red, baby red, white, etc. It's entirely up to you to understand your species, and where on the spectrum of waxy, creamer, to starchy baking style, that they might fall.

>> No.14702819

>>14701499
I guess that anon is German where taters are labeled either "festkochend", "vorwiegend festkochend" or "mehligkochend", which tells you how dense or how starchy/fluffy they will turn out.

>> No.14702985

>>14695520
Cause tasty and you can do so many things, from fries, to loaded potatoes, hashbrowns, roast baby potatoes, potato chips, cheesy bites, etc.

>>the things I would do to you.

>> No.14703786

>>14698387
My grandfather grew his own potatoes, onions, garlic, carrots etc. in his garden (around 250m^2). Tastewise the potatoes were just slightly better, but they were much bigger, which was more practical and had a better texture. He had that fucking loam in his garden though, which has many nutrients that grow big plants, but is a pain in the ass to work with so he needed machines to get through the ground.
In the end it's cheaper to just work some extra hours in your regular job than all the hours of work a garden takes. No questions that herbs and many fruits are worth growing yourself, but definitly not staple foods. Also keep in mind you end with a big amount of potatoes around the same time and you need a cellar to store all those.

>> No.14703793

>not red potates



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14695498 No.14695498 [Reply] [Original]

hey /ck/

I like spicy, briney, salty foods. What's a dish I could make with these qualities that includes vegetables and stays good for a few days so I can have leftovers?

>> No.14695505

>>14695498
Your leftovers are for use in the next 24hrs. Freeze the rest and reheat when you want it again.

>> No.14695555

Bigos.
Sauerkraut is the main ingredient. Few days and it only gets better.

>> No.14695689

>>14695498
I just made some sauteed Swiss chard which was spicy, and could be salty if you add more salt to it. And has plenty of vegetables. Cut the leaves off the stalks, chop up the stalks and Sautee with your cooking oil of choice, onions, garlic, season to taste. I added a bunch of dried cayenne pepper flakes to it, hence the spice. Cut the leaves into manageable pieces then throw them in too a few minutes later, cook until they're wilted. If you want a really salty briney taste you could drizzle some vinegar on it before you eat. Doesn't look very appetizing but tastes great.

>> No.14695759

>briney
That's not a flavor

>> No.14695761

>>14695498
eat pickles lots of pickles



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14695492 No.14695492 [Reply] [Original]

I bought a cabin and just moved into it and I want to start cooking so I'm not eating canned poison. I need to stock the pantry with food but I don't know what I want.

>Budget: 150 USD/month
>Cost of milk: $4 a gallon

I have:
>mini fridge (pic related)
>mini grill (the size of 1 burger/pancake)
>toaster oven
>microwave
>no hot water

What can I cook with what I have and still be healthy?

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>> No.14696548

>>14695594
>I'm hoping that means you also have a fireplace.
I intend to install one in the near future, but as of now I am on baseboard electric heat. My cabin was built by the previous owner to grow weed in, but since it's more up to code than his own house I'm going to winter in it while I renovate the house. If I had a fireplace, hot water would not be an issue.

>potatoes
These are cheap around here and definitely on my list.

>>14696197
I have heard good things about air fryers. I'll look into that.

>> No.14696627

Onions, pickled. If you have an EBT card, buy some produce bearing plants next spring.

>> No.14697779

>>14696548
>fireplace.
>I intend to install one
A neat pile of concrete blocks can be arranged into an outdoor hearth for dutch oven cooking. Some might even arrange for a metal water barrel to catch some of the heat of the fire, for cleaning purposes.

It sounds like you may be doing physical labor for much of the day; a crockpot is inexpensive and will happily simmer your foods unattended. Potato, onion, carrot, celery, and a Knorr stock cube comes out pretty good. The toaster oven can probably bake small breads; a crockpot can do some no-knead soft crust breads; a dutch oven can definitely make breads. Wheat flour + time is probably more budget friendly than wonderbread, and sourdough is probably a workable option.

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>>14697779
if you wish, you could use two Knorr® stock cubes. The choice is yours, there is no real recipe

>> No.14698105

>>14695492
People have already said the easy answers (potatoes, vegetables, eggs, cheap cuts of meat). If your toaster oven can hit 400-425 then roasting vegetables is very easy and taste good. Just cut them into bite size and drizzle some olive oil and salt and pepper (plus any seasoning you want)

Another option that's very cheap in the long run would be to get some flour and make you're own stuff from scratch. Simple pasta (just roll flat and slice into strips), flat bread, biscuits, roux to make sauces

If you had a way to boil stuff making soup/stew is the ultimate cheap food as you can utilize any scraps from to make stock and you can make soup from anything. Basically lets you stretch the value of any ingredients you're already getting



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14695468 No.14695468 [Reply] [Original]

*is the GOAT meat*

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>> No.14699994

>>14695497
goat meat is the WOAT meat

>> No.14700826

>>14695597
Ok Noah Goldberg

>> No.14700842

>>14695497
based arabposter

>> No.14700854

>>14695468
the spanish are extremely porkpilled, im pretty sure there's some places where they literally are able to use every piece of flesh, organ and even most of the skin and some bones. pigs truly are the goat

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>>14700854
Pig skin is fucking amazing, chewy goodness



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14695445 No.14695445 [Reply] [Original]

And good food stuffs I can make from this? Just got done shopping for the month.

>> No.14695465

>>14695445
Try some cheesy oats, I eat a bowl or two every day for breakfast.

>> No.14695507

>>14695445
This nigga gonna shit concrete

>> No.14695807

make a cheese sauce/queso. start with a bechamel with onions and garlic then experiment with different combos of cheese and peppers blended/melted into the hot bechamel.



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14695397 No.14695397 [Reply] [Original]

Is high fructose corn syrup really as people say. The wikipedia article says there's no evidence it's worse than table sugar

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>> No.14699600

>>14695416
nah flour is worse

>> No.14699605

>>14696103
maybe for a fat fuck, 40g is a lot of sugar for a day

>> No.14699617

>>14695397
I developed liver problems because of over intake of sugar... my doctor thought I was lying that I didn't drink alcohol at all.

That shits bad for you. I quit drinking sugary drinks on a regular basis years ago.

>> No.14699620

>>14695397
The problem with it it's that is a cheap filler made to cut costs, becoming at least the 50% of a product. Like palm oil.

>> No.14699777

>>14695695
>Fructose is similar but needs to be converted in the liver by insulin
what the fuck, do you know what any of those words mean?

>>14695397
the problem with fructose is that its' metabolic pathways lacks regulatory checkpoints that glucose has, jacks up your insulin levels which sooner or later translates into diabetes



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14695327 No.14695327 [Reply] [Original]

how can I dilute this to make it taste good and just not retarded heat.

should mix it with some jalepino hot sauce?

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14695315 No.14695315 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original]

It hasn't been a good year for strawberries tbqh(with u famm).

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>>14695315
it's been a worse year for /ck/



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14695291 No.14695291 [Reply] [Original]

Just ordered some kentucky fried chicken, pic related. It's the driest, least juicy chicken I've ever had. Even the gravy couldn't save it.

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>> No.14695352

>>14695291
Why is the chicken meat grey? Can't stand KFC it's absolutely disgusting and I love fried chicken

>> No.14695461

>>14695352
They have genetically engineered their chickens to the point where dark meat / white meat doesn’t matter and it’s only identifiable based on the shape they form it into.

>> No.14695702

>>14695352
It's not

>> No.14695771

I'd say that their pre cut pieces like their sandwich chicken patties or the tendies are fine but I haven't eaten there in years. Last I've had it though their regular pieces of chicken (beat, thigh, drum) were absolute garbage and probably haven't changed.

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>>14695352
>>14695461
>>14695702
The occasional "grey chicken meat" comes from a unique muscle syndrome present in around 5 to 10% of chickens around the world. Most meat-packing companies recognize this and set that meat aside to be tenderized or used in other products, but it sometimes slips past quality control and ends up being sold and prepared.



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14695241 No.14695241 [Reply] [Original]

what are some good foods you can eat with your fingers? i'm tired of washing utensils all the time

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>> No.14699353

>>14699338
>https://desuarchive.org/q/thread/176519/#177360
Context.

>> No.14699363

>>14699353
>So cold. So ronery ;_;
>It's okay though, mai waifu Asuka keeps me warm at night ^_^

Moot confirmed for shit taste.

>> No.14699601

>>14695241
Literally anything, the only thing holding you back is your imagination.

>> No.14699621

Diced chicken breast can be good, along with presliced meats akin to a charcuterie
Stick some salad in a wholemeal pitta or wrap and go at it
Olives decanted into a jar
Bread crust, with a dip if you like
Same with fresh cut veg, cucumber is good
Anything deep fried
Etc etc etc

>> No.14700280

>>14698916
Do you even have the capacity to think with the 10 brain cells you have? How would someone be a tranny and a normie at the same time you smooth brain shitlicker?



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