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Can I "boil" rice noodles in oil?
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How do you make crunchy fries in a deep frier? No matter what I do, they always come out soggy.

Pit Pot

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Cmon CK, whats in yalls pot Chicken and Dumplins here
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How did I do? Cooked this tonight. Chicken in a tomato sauce with spinach and mushroom served on brown rice. Had homemade potato chips with it pic in a sec.
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>currently 27 years old >be 19 years old and have $20 to last a month >my gams taught me to cook and bargain >call a corn farmer >"i'm looking for corn husks for tamales and don't have a lot of money" >says he's going to throw them away and they're mine for free, i just have to pick them up >have had a friendship with this man for over a decade now >call a school >"do you have any large empty cans that i might have before you throw them away?" >says yes and to come by later that evening >call a local butcher >"you wouldn't happen to have any unpopular cuts of meat that you throw out, would you?" >turns out they have more fatty pork trimmings than they need for sausages >go and pick it up for $0.10/lb >go to mercado >buy chicken feet, masa harina and spices >make stock from chicken feet with spices >pour over trimmings and render out the lard >shred and reserve meat >allow thick disc of fat to form on the top when the stock cools >scrape it off and add layer of collected lard to masa harina to make a coarse crumb >pour half the stock into masa harina and knead into a dough >assemble tamales and add to empty, clean aluminum cans >put them in the freezer and use as needed >boil rest of stock, as needed >pour into the can to come up about 1/3 the way up the sides of the tamales >rest for an hour >eat three tamales every day for a month >rice, beans, potatoes, eggs, limes, cilantro, tomatoes, etc. for the rest of my meals I still do this on a regular basis.
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This why u must always cut ur 6 pack rings faggots fucking ruining my shit
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Just out of interest, Which country do you live in? Do you eat breakfast? Do you eat lunch? What do you normally have for breakfast or lunch? How much do you spend on lunch or breakfast if you don't make it?
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What's in your spice cupboard/cabinet/rack? Turmeric Cumin Coriander Fenugreek Chilli Paprika (Sweet) Black pepper (rough and fine) Table salt Kosher salt Cinnamon (sticks and powder) Cardamom pods (green and black) Cloves Cumin seeds Amchoor Harissa (just finished) Some Italian herb mix Kaffir lime leaves (dried) Bay leaves (dried) Curry leaves (dried) Zaatar Some spice mixes for special dishes (mostly containing some spices from the list above)
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Workplace Secrets thread? When I worked as a dishwasher at Applebees we would often run out dishsoap, so we would switch to laundry detergent to wash dishes.
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Is the seaweed/nori actually required to make onigiri taste good? I don't know how I feel about eating seaweed after dat nuclear power plant and the earthquake event. Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but I'd rather wait a couple years before I buy anything grown on the coast of Japan. Also, seaweed sounds kind of disgusting.
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>Have loved shrips and prawns my entire life >Eat them with carcass and everything because I'm too lazy to take it off >Eating assorted seafood one day >Wait a minute >The eyes >The legs >The antennae >Realization washes over me >"I'm eating a fucking sea cockroach" >Can never eat them again unless they've previously taken the carcass off Things that ruined food for you general
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what are some weird recipes that you or maybe your family makes? just finished easter dinner & my mother in law always makes this shit called taco salad its tortilla chips, kidney beans, chopped meat(some turkey some beef) & russian dressing its basically cold nachos with russian dressing. shit makes me vomit but my wifes family loves it
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What does /ck/ like to eat on their steak?
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A cut up and fried potato is one of my favorite things to supplement a meal. I currently have an anodized aluminum, one quart sauce pan that I use, but it's old and shitty and needs to be replaced. I'll be buying a new one specifically for potatoes. One quart. All it will ever see is a tablespoon of canola oil and a small potato (either diced or grated). What kind of pan should I into?
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Sup /ck/ it's my first time posting on this board and I'm trying to find a recipe website that someone from /ck/ linked me to when we were both on /b/ a few days ago. This type of recipe layout. halp

The One Pot Meal

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I'm going back out on a boat for a long stint of sailing at sea and it's time for me to come up with fresh ideas for 'the one pot meal' Has anyone else tried to master this method of cooking? What are some favorite combinations?
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hey /ck/ I'm making banana bread and at some point I'm going to need to do the toothpick test. The only problem is, I don't have any toothpicks. You think I could just use spaghetti to poke it?
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If you use a whisk and mix by hand a cake batter or other recipe that called for beating it with one of these, do you risk aerating it too much for certain recipes that seem to be rather specific in their technique? What else could I use besides a wooden spoon (seems it'd take much too long compared to a whisk)?

Hotel room cooking with a twist

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Alright co/ck/s, i have an inquiry The gf is getting all excited about a short beach vacation. we will be going to the Gulf shore around memorial day. its a duel purpose visit, also visiting the folks near by. The area is pretty nice for hanging out on the beach and swimming in the ocean but the restaurants are touristy as hell. there are good ones, but they are really expensive. There are awesome on-the-dock seafood markets i always hit up on the way home, but this time i am thinking i would much rather hit up the market on the way and just dine on delicious fresh seafood during our stay, and avoid the cheese ball restaurants. >now here is the catch Our hotel room will not have much in the way of cooking stuff. just a microwave and mini fridge. the room has an awesome ocean view and private balcony, but no kitchenette. getting another room is not an option, so i have to make due. Normally i do just fine in a hotel room like this. Normally i prep a bunch of stuff that is good cold, or is good nuked. But while enjoying the beach and our amazing view, i would like to throw the fresh fish, shrimp, and crab into the mix. hotplate? electric skillet? i have a propane camp stove, but i feel like that might cross the line. a crock pot could be used to poach shrimp, maybe? >any cooking fish and skrimps in a hotel room ideas i have neglected?
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