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Hello chef-anons, entry level cook here. I've got some ground beef that I'm trying to make into a burger. I've got salt, pepper, cheese, olive oil, butter and not much else.
I know the basics of cooking but I'm wondering if there are any other tricks I need to know to make it awesome. It's going to be cooked on a stove top with a frying pan because I have no other way of doing it
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So I'm going to work as an au pair in France in January, and the family I'm working for wants me to take the kids home for lunch and make their food. If it was in my own country, I'd just give them a sandwich and some fruit or something, but since food is such a big deal to the French, I figured they'd be expecting something a bit fancier. So wat do?
tl;dr - What kind of things should I give French kids for lunch, /ck/?
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Darden Restaurant Group, which owns Olive Garden, Red Lobster, LongHorn Steakhouse and countless other chain restaurants, has about 180,000 employees working at its nearly 2,000 restaurants nationwide
And while the company's CEO makes $8.5 million each year, many of the company's employees are paid just $2.13 per hour, forcing them to live on the tips you voluntarily pay them at the end of your meal.
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Hey /ck/, I need some help. I'm making a cookbook with 10 simple vegetarian recipes (for my own benefit, basically just writing recipes down). I'm crap at cooking and have only come up with two recipes so far. I'd like your help with more recipes. They need to be easy, I'm awful at cooking, and also vegetarian and not with many difficult-to-find ingredients.
Creamy mushroom soup
>Take a bunch of fresh mushrooms and two onions and two cloves of garlic, chop them up, fry them
>5 mealy potatoes, King Edward or something, slice them into thin slices and boil them
>1 pot, 1.5 litres of water, 1 veggie stock cube, put potatoes in there
>When the potatoes are done, add mushrooms and onions
>After boiling for a while, add 3 decilitres of cream
Sweet cabbage soup
>1/4 head of cabbage, chopped
>1.5 litres of water, 1 stock cube, boil it in pot
>Fry the cabbage in a frying pan in some butter
>When it looks done, add some treacle (2 decilitres?)
>Pour the contents of the frying pan into the pot, salt and pepper, boil for a bit