what do you guys thing of cornbread and milk?
Would a santoku be an ideal knife for a prep cook? Or should I just go for the chefs knife?
Our house knifes are butter knifes
$12 an hour
Mostly fruits and veggies
No doubt it will be beneficial so I don't have to use house knives but I want to know what's best.
Ive never used a whetstone. Just honing rod.
Quick /ck/ help ! I got a rack of venison off of a hunter friend and it's the most impressive looking piece of meat I've ever seen. Babushka wants to cook it but not sure if trust her.
baste in salted butter and slow roast at 150 degrees c for 3-5 hours
I have bad feeling about babushkas method. Do I tackle old woman now before it goes in the oven or beat myself with branch for daring to question Babushkas wisdom.
I bought a rotisserie chicken and I've seen you guys use the remains for stock. How do you do it? Do you put salt or other seasonings in it? What do you use it for?
I'm fairly well versed in the kitchen and looking for suggestions for what to cook. I try to be fairly health conscious but it's saturday so I would ignore that for something delicious.
I can run to the store and grab whatever.
>pic related, just made this. ahi poke bowl.
What's the tastiest dry rub and sauce that goes on a rack of ribs for smoking?
>order a steak
>it tastes vaguely Asian
>they've marinated it without my consent
>you can't even taste the alcohol
Hey /ck/, my wife is looking to make some sushi rolls but we just found out the hard way that none of our knives are sharp enough—can you rec me some quality cutlery that can get through seaweed easy?
Don't feel bad, I went to my brother's house and brought homemade charcuterie and asked for a knife to slice it and all he had were chefs knives as dull as butter knives. I laughed and said, "Wtf is this?" His wife said he was scared to have sharp knives because they were dangerous.
Mashed baked potatoes with a side of mashed box potatoes and gravy.
these are back
they taste exactly like cool ranch
ketchup is better
>Go to add some spice
>Open up and use the Pour and not Sprinkle
What you think. Not sure what it is. Bought it seasoned from the Hispanic supermarket. Wife is cooking it.
This is the last one which was the first before she cooked it.
Making Prison Loaf (A.K.A. Nutraloaf) for a radio taste test. Thought you might be interested.
The total for all this was $25.37.
We sit in a studio with microphones near us, discuss the dish at hand, taste it, and share our experience with each other and the listeners.