/ck/ starting info
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I'm new to this board and since you don't have a sticky, I'll have to ask like this.
Whats your main source of info?
Is it books (which?), websites (which?), youtube channels (which?), cooking shows (which?) or a wiki?
What is essential to know if one wants to be /ck/?
Also I come from /fit/ so I prefer food high in protein, micronutrients and healthy fats.
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Alright, /ck/ I made a thread about 2 weeks ago asking the best way to cook up homemade chicken wings, you guys said to double fry them.
I did that and they turned out perfect, the only problem is that the sauce I used was sub par.
I bought some teriyaki sauce from the store, mixed it with a little flour and boiled it on the stove to thicken it up, which worked amazingly.
But the taste was less than I expected. It was much too salty.
So I come to you today, what sauce should I use or make for my wings? I bought a bottle of sweet baby ray's to use, but I'm open to suggestions. Note, I'm not a fan of "hot" wings. I don't mind the flavoring, but I don't want spice to get in the way of my enjoying them.
pic is the wings I made last time
Offal, cheap cuts of meat, recipes
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I bought some beef shin yesterday. I put it in the slow cooker with a dash of brown sugar, carrots, onion and potatoes. Seasoned it and left it to cook for about 10 hours.
The connective tissue (ligaments etc) in the beef has melted into a rich sauce leaving me and my family with a delicious stew. The marrow from the bones has contributed to the richness of the sauce. It's absolutely delicious - the meat is very soft and tender and the vegetables are infused with the natural gravy from the meat.
I'll make oxtail next.
Please share your tips, recipes and methods for cooking cheap cuts of meat especially liver - I'm a bit of a novice with liver.
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I'm fuckin sick of cereal for breakfast. It's either pure fucking sugar or shitty muesli.
Now that that's out of the way, what's a tasty, relatively healthy breakfast that is quick to prepare? I was thinking a scrambled egg, or porridge w/ a little bit of brown sugar. Does the sugar just cancel it out? would salt/butter fuck it up in terms of health?
I'm not really exercising at the moment, and my metabolism is shit, so I'm really trying to eat as healthily as I can, help me out here /ck/
also, general good breakfast thread.
pic related, breakfast of champions