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How important is the quality of olive oil?
Is there any reason not to just buy the generic brand trash?
who /cookout/ here?
>keep hearing how great it is
>burger patty tasted like crap and sides are mediocre with variety gimmick
>shake is just a bunch of ice cream in a cup
Meh, I only went to one location a couple times so maybe they just suck there.
Shakes are shitty. The only reason cookout is popular is because you get a decent amount of food for 5 bucks and it's typically better than regular fast-food. That said big double burger tray with double Cajun wrap and Dr pepper. Can't wait to get off work
What you buy?
I walk out and go to one of these bodega vending machines
underrated fruits ITT
Bery nice. Sweet and little bit sour.
should i buy this $100 thermometer?
They're nice and all. Good if you are a pro cook and need to use it often.
For home use I prefer a thermocouple with a remote probe. That way you can stick it in your roast (or whatever) and leave it in place while it roasts, smokes, BBQs, etc. That way you can check the temp without having to open the oven or the BBQ.
An industrial/scientific brand that uses standard probes makes a lot more sense than the ones marketed specifically to cooks. I use a Fluke.
What's your best soda float recipe? Any interesting combos? White vanilla with grape Fanta is delicious.
Vanilla ice cream and orange soda is the best combo, period. Tastes just like a creamcicle, but fizzy.
Why would I use one of these instead of a rolling cutting thing (obvious pizza expert with my terminology)
made my first sourdough bread tonight and WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME IT WAS EASIER THAN USING COMMERCIAL YEAST
How can I prepare tempeh without it tasting like shit?
I tried some with some veggies, rice and a hot garlic sauce and it tastes off and almost gamey.