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>Miss Goldberg: oh good anon you're here early, can you start now?
>anon: Well, I...
>Miss Goldberg: good!
>*Miss Goldberg, Mr Goldstein, and Mr Goldblum spend the next hour out the back gossiping and bitching, leaving me out the front to till and make burgers and do chips and run orders and clean up by myself*
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Since starting a diet 5 weeks ago I'm starting to have difficulty coming up with new things to cook.
My diet is quite simple, less Beef and Pork, more Chicken and fish, more Whole grains, Little to no fried foods, and plenty of veggies. Along with daily walking it's been working, I'm down 10 lbs.
Anyway, I have a Salmon fillet I defrosted for dinner. But I just cant think of a way to cook it that different from the usual light seasoning under a broiler with lemon.
I was thinking about eating it with sauteed green beans, brown rice and a small salad.
My cooking skill is about average, and I'm not afraid to try new techniques or foods.
tl;dr Diet meal ideas
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sup ck, so I've never had cayenne pepper before but watching Chef John's YouTube videos and seeing him use it in nearly every single recipe has inspired me to try it.
tomorrow im going to chop up some chicken and season it with adobo, original mrs. dash, and cayenne pepper; probably about at least 5 hrs before cooking. I'll use the chicken to make either a burrito bowl or quesadillas; anyways, my questions are what should i expect for my first experience with cayenne pepper, so many people seem to be addicted to it.
also a question with overnight or a few hours in advance seasoning for chicken, is it noticeably better than just doing it right before throwing it on the skillet; if so why?
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Can I interest you in a german cake recipe?
180 gr margarine (or butter)
200 gr sugar
1 pinch of salt
1 packet of vanillin sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
1 pinch of nutmeg powder
3 spoonfuls of lean quark (you know, curd made from cow´s milk, no salt)
200 gr of golden syrup (made from from sugar cane or sugar beet)
1 packet of chocolate pudding powder
3 to 4 spoonfuls of milk
100 gr (one bar) of molten milk chocolate (30% cocoa)
1/2 packet of baking powder
300 gr wheat flour
step one: melt the butter/margarine and the chocolate in a microwave or in the pot on low heat.
mix it with the sugars, the eggs, salt, the spices until it turns slightly foamy.
step two: add quark, syrup, milk. mix until creamy.
step three: add the flour, the pudding powder, the baking powder.
you should now have a heavy, dakr brown batter.
step four: fill that motherfucker in a greased baking form of choice and bake it at 200C for 60 minutes.
Image related, that´s what the cake should look like.
you can top it with a frosting or powdered sugar, and serve it with whipped cream.