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19 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: low_country_boil.jpg]
I made low country boil yesterday. What should I do with the leftover potatoes, shrimp, sausage and corn? I was thinking of some kind of stew. Any ideas, /ck/?

Asking the butcher to grind meat

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Last night I wanted to make some hamburgers on my grill, so naturally I looked up whatever recipe Alton Brown has for burgers and went to the store. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/burger-of-the-gods-recipe/index.html Now, I don't have a food processor at home, but obviously the butcher at my grocery store is able to grind meat. So my first idea was to grab the two best looking ~1lb cuts of both sirloin and chuck and ask the butcher to grind them together for me. Is this not something you're supposed to ask? Immediately the butcher's assistant began to tell me that I would "lose half of my meat" to the grinder. Eventually the butcher on call came out to speak with me and explained that the "grinder head is so big" that I would "lose" half of the meat I was currently holding and that it would end up being more expensive than the pre-ground packaged meat available at the store. Was he just telling me a line to get me to leave him alone? He didn't really ever explain what he meant by "losing" meat to the grinder. Does part of it just stay in there until next time he uses it? That doesn't seem to make sense. Is there any advantage to having the butcher grind fresh cuts for making hamburger patties? Bonus question: I can't remember if it was chuck vs. sirloin that was packaged this way, but why does some ground beef come molded into that weird circular volcano looking thing? Pic somewhat related, its cropped pretty close but you can still kindof see that shape.
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So I've just been accepted into a Kitchen Operations course and today I've applied for several apprenticeships and jobs just working in a Kitchen. My question is simply: What do you think are some dishes that I should be practicing at home? What are some common dishes that Chefs are required to know and master?
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I decided that I'm fed up with drinking Twining's English Breakfast and I want a strong but cheap English tea of the kind that people from that country actually drink. At my grocer I can obtain Tetley's, Red Rose, and PG Tips. Are any of these worth buying? Should I look elsewhere?
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a little while ago, I queried /ck/ on the proper way to make scrambled eggs, and /ck/ changed my life with an amazing Gordon Ramsay video for delicious creamy scrambled eggs. I was wondering if I might go 2 for 2. Can /ck/ tell me the proper way to make a tuna fish sandwich? Its another one of my staples that I need to jazz up and make more palatable. Thanks.
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Let's talk pork loin /ck/ I have a pre-marinated sun dried tomato basil pork loin in the fridge and I honestly have no idea what to do with it (I've only cooked bacon, chop, and all manners of sausage/ground pork before). Any ideas?
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What is /ck/ having for lunch? venison, pork and red wine sausages with sautéed potatoes and a mushrrom and peppercorn sauce
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/ck/ I need cheesecake. >Which is better: Baked or Fridge >What is the difficulty level of said option? Looking for a good homemade recipe
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With plates, there are organizers to stack them vertically. How do you all stack your bowls that don't fit into each other? Am I just doomed to stack them lopsided or to take up space by not stacking at all?
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When's the last time you had a French-dip sandwich? I used to get them at Arby's all the time. Never made one myself, because frankly I don't trust myself to make decent au jus.
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>tfw accidentally buy spaghettini instead of spaghetti what the fuck man. why is this a thing? it's the worst pasta i've ever had
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Just made scrambled eggs for the first time in my life, and I must say they weren't bad! Tell us your favorite recipes or meals you've recently made
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alright...here's what you have to work with. make your best dish /ck/

Philippine cuising AMA

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in light of the hate on filipino food on the other thread (basically, stemming from lack information) and me not wanting to hijack that thread, heres a filipino cuisine AMA. i'll try to answer all your questions as best as i can inb4 this is not reddit. i know /ck/ is better than that
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Things you do to rebel against the Health Food/Vegan Industrial Complex. >enjoy almond milk much more than animal milk. >pout full glass of almond milk >add one drop of heavy cream out of spite When my vegan friend has asked why I tell him it brings out the nutty flavor of the almonds.

Dish/recipe recommendation for tonight.

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I pissed off my fiance, and she's gone for today. I have a bottle of this very nice, very unusual "Andrea Occhipinti Alter Ego Vino da Tavola", a really complex white wine made with red wine grapes. I need some food pairing suggestions. Some kind of cassoulet (white bean with sausage) with crusty bread sounds hardy and satisfying, so that's an option. But also a little bit messy; I wan't something a bit more fine-dining. Any ideas?
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America: >7:00 - Coffee/Snack >9:00 - Breakfast >11:00 - Snack >13:00 - Lunch >15:00 - Snack >18:30 - Dinner >21:00 - Dessert
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Sup /ck/ I'm interested in home brewing. I want to brew IPA in particular. I understand that there are prefab kits that one can buy in order to do so. Since I have never looked into this before, I turn to you for advice. Any experiences with home brewing? Good kits you can recommend? General horror stories or tales of success? I think it'd also be pretty neat to grow my own hops and then make my own beer with them.. but for now thats a pipe dream. Anyway, whaddaya say /ck/?
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How did they go from hipster 3rd choice burger joint when Whataburger and McDonald's aren't there to being quality burgers/fries that's worth the 2 extra bucks
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The humble heart. Does anyone know any recipes for cow or sheep heart? Preferably one that allows keeping it whole. Likewise, are there any cookbooks that talk about the heart?

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