"Crust" faggots need not apply.
Rosemary, garlic in olive oil
Rosemary, garlic in butter
Rosemary, garlic, and red pepper in olive oil
Rosemary, garlic, and red pepper in butter.
Trying out different combinations for a cooking contest. 5 ingredient limit including the lamb.
But I wanted to compare butter vs olive oil and pepper vs no pepper.
It was rare.
Listen carefully because this is very important advice. Lots of people think cooking is all about complicated recipes, big cookbooks and arduous effort. Really it's more of an innate thing.
Learning to cook is much more simple, so pay close attention to what I'm going to say. Are you listening?
Fry an egg and experiment with various seasoning. This will give you an idea of what flavours go well together which is the most important quality in cooking. Fry an egg, cut it in quarter, season each quarter differently. Try one with cayenne and, I dunno, chives? Just experiment with lots of seasoning combinations.
Then fry another egg and repeat the process. Keep frying eggs and experimenting until you get a good idea of what works. You can eat 3-4 eggs in a day, heck you're from /fit/ so probably 6+. If you eat 6 eggs in a day, that's 24 egg quarters, 24 seasoning combinations in a day. You're talkng about 1000 seasoning combinations in just over a month.
At this stage you'll be a spicemaster and what/how you cook wont matter because you'll be better at seasoning than 99% of professional chefs, and this WILL make you a good cook.
Why are there so many of these shitty "oc" threads on the front page
/ck/ doesn't need to turn into a dumping ground for blog posts
I hate your retarded copypasta.
Cooking is not a about adding random combinations of spices (unless maybe you need to poo in loo.) You can stick to salt and pepper and be an amazing cook.