I just discovered how tasty sweet paprika can be.
So far I've just been using it to flavor my chicken, with a side of white rice and the random veggie of the day.
So far I've tried broccoli, asparagus, and carrots. None of them really clicked with the spice.
What are some vegetables and alternatives to brown rice that'll compliment sweet paprika chicken?
MOON CAKE, MOON CAKE, CAN'T YOU SEE
>get served broken spaghetti
How much of a bad cook do you have to be to boil fucking store bought spaghetti wrong
Anyone know where I can buy pic related in Texas?
>3 grilled catfish with spinach
>1 grilled tuna with spinach
>8 grilled shrimp with spinach
>1 grilled eggplant
>2 ice tea
>tfw drunk in the middle of the day
I wish I had a bottle of whiskey to keep this going. All I have is 50ml of ouzo
twf drunk since last night but now it's the middle of the day
i'm almost 30 years old
i went to a very expensive college
1. Pat dry the drumsticks. ...
2. Now preheat grill to get a surface temp of about 450. ...
3. Season to your taste and do not use all the mixed seasoning. ...
4. Lightly sprinkle chicken on all side to taste. ...
5. Check grill temp if possible and place chicken on the grill.
6. Flip every 5-7 minutes until internal temp of 185-190 degrees.
I just found out that you can prepare meals a week in advance instead of having to cook every single day. Anyone have any good links to prepare meals for the week or do this themselves?
Preferably not incredibly calorie dense per meal
>using whole garlic like a fucking bay leaf when cooking shit like steak
what fucking meme is this lmao
5 basic cooking skills yeh
Now fook off
What's the best food related thing in your life right now? It can be a favorite restaurant, a recently perfected recipe, etc.
Pic related is mine. It's a 1 mile walk but I live near a Brazilian BBQ joint that does $8 pay per pound. Plated is pork loin, brisket, garlic beef, fried yuca, and fried banana, cost me $7 yesterday
They're basically the ultimate food.
They taste good (if you're not a shit cook)
And they are super easy to prepare.
Thoughts on this combination? What else can I try or add
Had some nice wholemeal toast the other night, 50/50 cheddar cheese and low fat cottage cheese, good drizzle of marmite over it, couple splashes of yorkshire sauce, dotted with some sriracha then a few grinds of mixed peppercorns over it. Was delicious and will definitely be trying again with mustard.
Who thinks this shit is good?
>doesn't brown the butter
>uses tap water instead of the starchy pasta water to emulsify the butter
>doesn't whisk hard enough for the butter to be emulsified
>dumb irish sissy boi accent
What's your excuse, /ck/?