Good morning coo/ck/s! Time for breakfast!
Little salt and pepper always a good thing
Pan heating up. This is complicated stuff!
you forgot your toast and didn't peel the orange, friend
You are right. Totally forgot to peel before eating. I was wondering what I did wrong. Next time I'll make a side plate for my orange so it can be peeled and wait for me. No toast for me though. I don't play them games.
More political correctness that people are affraid to touch.
>spelling or pronunciation even slightly
Could you give some practical examples? Words like sous-vide and other french cooking terms are not valid examples. They are pre-established names, obviously.
Like a minute or two at the most. I like sunny side but hate when whites are too runny. Just a little coverage helps that. I should probably have just had my head a smidgeon lower though and I would not have had to do so.
Since this thread is about breakfast ill try to ask here
Ive made pancakes twice in a row where the taste has this awful aftertaste. Initial taste is fine but it just creeps. I use flour,sugar,vanilla extract,baking powder,baking soda,and an egg but what I really think is the problem is canola oil. I can smell in its bottle but I hear its suppose to have a 'neutral' taste. I only used it because I dont have vegetable oil on me.
tl;dr is canola oil advisable for pancakes? is something else possibly fucking with the taste? alternatives beyond just getting vegetable oil?
This picture has so much wtf in it to me but what is up with those outlets? Why is there two? I feel like if I was traveling over there I'd go to charge my phone and just be like "surrender your power to me wall" until someone gave me an adapter or something