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Martini best before date?

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I have found a 5-10 year old bottle of martini lying around. Alc is only 7.5%. Is it still drinkable?

What loaf of bread do you buy?

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I buy the home brand wholemeal. cheapest one
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Let's see if your years of going to a culinary school payed off, /ck/ > go to http://spele.nl/taartje-maken-spel/ > bake your cake > give it a name > post result I made one too. I call it '/ck/'s favorite'.
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How are these as snacks? Are they healthy?
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I'm having some Tonkatsu today should I eat it with curry or not?

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. http://spanishsabores.com/2013/01/22/recipe-spanish-bull-tail-stew-rabo-de-toro/ 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 have a question for you guys. What is the best "frozen dinner" you've ever had? I'm a broke ass college student and would love to know which ones are good. I like Marie Callender's pot pies, but stuff like her chicken fried steak was awful. I also tried a Hormell "Steak tips and Mashed Potatoes" and it was honestly, pretty filling and good.
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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
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Hey /ck/, I'm looking for the easiest and cheapest to brew recipe for mead. I don't have access to specialty shit like an airlock, and I've never really brewed before. Also, is there anything good to pair with blackberries?
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So I was on the east coast staying with friends and im such a nervous person that I couldn't eat much and now im home and so hungry I have been eating all day donuts, cereal, frozen meals, pastas, and I literally just took two tablespoons of butter and mixed it with honey and nutella and just ate it with a jelly filled donut. What are some other things I can eat to pack on ridiculous calorios, something clever please.
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Question: How do you make vienna sausage taste good? Or at least not so much like wet cat food
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Serious question here Why do all the stock/broth recipes I read always say strain, and discard the matter? I'm talking about fresh prepared vegetables, not compost refuse. I know its role in the stock has come to an end, but to discard it? As worthless trash? Sure they've lost flavour, sure they've lost some of their original nutritional value, but so has white rice, and boiled carrots, along with w million other blanched vegetable goods. We toss the water and eat the matter in those cases. How can we toss vegetable stock matter, even chicken stock matter, separate from the bones in there. I mean, fuck this shit pisses me off, we aren't wasteful on accident, we intend to throw things into the trash before we hit the cashier.
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If I love Guinness Extra Stout, I will love...
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So it's agreed? Maple donuts are the best donuts?
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What's the McDonald's of Japanese food?

Coffee and Tea

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Alright Coffee and Tea bros, let's have a coffee thread. >Favorite Bean/Leaf Variety Panama Geisha (Cleanest Damn Cup Ever) >Favorite Brew Style V60 Pour Over >Do you home roast? No, but going to buy a hot top >Where do you live and what's the nearest local roast house? Riverside, Ca: We have Lift Roasters (New and starting up), and Augies Coffee House (Very good quality roaster)
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good morning /ck/ ^.^
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Toast. How brown is too brown? More at 11.

/ck/ starting info

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hi /ck/, 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






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