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Cooking knives. Does anyone have a bunch of info they can give me about them? Specifically gyutos and nakiris What are the different types of commonly used culinary steels? (Like Aogami #2) What are some dishes I could make that have a lot of potential knifework? Essentially the most chopping, dicing, peeling I can do. And just random info if possible! New to cooking, and absolutely loving it.
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\Busted out some potatoes dauphinoise. About the most unhealthy thing ever(4 cups of whipped cream, Swiss, Parmesan, etc). Toss in some ribeyes and a corn/tomato/avocado salad and you're set.
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Industry venting thread Are you ready for the shitstorm of Valentine's, /ck/?
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>almost $17 for one meal wtf. how do people afford this shit? would be cheaper to go to a nice restaurant and get a burger there. probably better too.
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Guys i fuckin love cured meats
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Beer thread >I only reply when I make a purchase edition spent $15 on this puppy and it's pretty good. I made the mistake of pairing it with something sweet though so it diminished the experience a little bit.
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What's your opinion about fast food?

Chilli idiosyncrasies

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Hey /ck/ Making a batch of chilli, using a recipe I've developed over years, which has got me to wondering, how do you guys do yours? I don't mean the 'authentic' way, but just what works best for you. I've recently thought 'why not both' and gone with mince and brisket chunks. Beans are a must, but they gotta be done from dried. I like to combine as many forms of chilli- powder, dried, fresh, sauce- as I think this creates a more complex heat sensation. And yeah, dark chocolate's gotta go in. Pic related- just saute the onions and spices in the rendered fat from the brisket before slow cooking for hours.

Aero knife

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Hey /ck/ just picked up an Aero knife! Going to use it tonight on some veggies. Anyone else have one? Enjoying it?
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I will make my very first batch of pickled eggs tomorrow. Tell me about your favourite addings /ck/.

order food from china?

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was looking for sicuan pepper online and found it really cheap, with free shipping as well, and the seller was located in china of all places.. looking around i found plenty of food stuff I wanted to buy, but is it safe? What if i get mad cow spices and bird flu beef stirrers? do you order from there? its like a tenth of the price downtown omfg awesum
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Papa John

Liquor Store General

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Hey ck, i just got a job at a liquor store. I would really like to do something to improve the store, if its possible. Also, liquor store general. tips, tricks, whatever.
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So what does pic related taste like exactly? I have never had this stuff because i'm not into spicy food but it's starting to be a normalfag thing now a days and i want to at least try it once before i die. I don't usually like to ruin my food with hot sauces but i'd like to give this a try once. And recommend what to eat it with. I remember when you'd just walk into a mom and pop's chinese food joint and these were on the table and no one knew what the fuck it was.

Lemon squares - cook along

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You guys enjoyed the last thread, so here's one more for the week-end. Sweet and tart lemon squares.
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Hey, /ck/! What do you think of my cooking tutorial? Is there anything I can do to improve? What would you like to see me cook next? ^_^

Irish Coffee?

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Irish Coffee? You may remember me from the thread as making Irish Coffee for ice fishing, well the outing got delayed due to Arctic temps until tomorrow (though it won't be much warmer) and I'm not sure if I've got the ratios down right? Irish Coffee: 1 oz whiskey 2 oz Bailey's 6 oz coffee ----- 9 oz of Irish coffee per serving But I'll be making it ahead of time and taking it in a 24 oz / 700 mL Stanley thermos, so to make 24 oz of Irish Coffee in total (6 oz per four servings) of Irish coffee using the above recipe; If 1 oz whiskey to 9 oz total - then .66 oz whiskey to 6 oz total - 2-2/3 oz / 2.66 oz / 75 mL - Jameson whiskey If 2 oz Bailey's to 9 oz total - then 1.33 oz Baileys to 6 oz total - 5-1/3 oz / 5.33 oz / 150 mL - Baileys Irish cream If 6 oz coffee to 9 oz total - then 4 oz coffee to 6 oz total - 16 oz / 500 mL - coffee Correct? Also; how much sugar? I'd normally put 4 heaping teaspoons in there but dunno how the Baileys will effect the taste?
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Rate my snack

Alcoholism

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/ck/ alcoholics roll call. Was sober for a while but just fell off the wagon. Not sure what to tell my friends and my mother.
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Terrorist cuisine thread?






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