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This fortune cookie came with my last Chinese order. Enjoy.
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>>11604268
Show us the lucky numbers
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>>11604268
A single word? Seems lazy to me.
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>>11604290
Yeah
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>>11604268

Not to get to philosophical, but I don't think people can be commanded to "Love".

I hate fortune cookies that are just sayings. This can still be interpreted as a fortune though.

it’s getting cold outside so give me your stew tips/recipes. I don’t want the obvious celery/carrot/onion + beef stew. Got any non-standard stews?
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>>11604214
There is not much to stretch with beef stew. try frying the beef in garlic sauce, additional herbs, stewed marrow, noodles etc

https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/beef-stew-red-currant-jelly-and-cream
This is also a good alternative.
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chicken and dumplings

also dalk-jjuk: boil a whole chicken without any seasoning until you get a nice broth and the chicken is fully cooked. Add a relatively small amount of rice, less than you would use for risotto, along with basic salt and pepper, a little garlic. After the rice is completely cooked, add shredded chicken back in. You can also make this dish by blending cooked pumpkin/kabocha in.

See here: https://mykoreankitchen.com/pumpkin-porridge-hobakjuk/

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What's your favorite cheese, /ck/?

Mine is pic related
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VINTAGE SOMERSET CHEDDAR
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>>11603999
Where's here and what type of cheese is it? Got pics?
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Brie, Camembert, and smoked gouda are my favs
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>they never tasted époisses on a baguette
>they never had their fingers smelling cheese for the whole day
y'all poor souls

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what are some of your weekly staple meals? no judgement, just curious to hear.

i eat a lot of eggs for breakfast,

most lunches are turkey or tuna sandwhiches

most dinners are chicken and rice for me. pretty bland i know.
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>>11604238
Howmany eggs?
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>>11604277
All of them.
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for breakfast it's either eggs Benedict, for lunch I'd say it's a herb roasted chicken, as a side to dinner it's probably a stuffed potato stuffed with sour cream, chives, smoked paprika and crispy bacon with cheddar cheese on top, what I cook for dinner for the week depends on what I'm in the mood for but a reverse seared steak is always good.

I usually meal prep 3-4 days worth of food at a time so this is what I usually would prep. I'm a skinnyfag trying to gain weight.
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>>11604283
also for the chicken I buy a whole chicken and butterfly it and thats usually enough for me for at least 3-4 days also where I live it's only slightly more expensive then just plain chicken breast but way more flavorful
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>>11604282
like an entire 12 pack? get your cholesterol checked m8

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ITT: Clearly autistic food creations.
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>>11604284

Cooked my first /ck/in yesterday, thoughts?
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>>11604207
Undercooked.
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>>11604207
>tomato beans

Disgusting
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What did you do to that chicken(?)?
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>>11604218
And sausage
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>>11604215
>He doesn’t like roasted chicken Jack style

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Kiwi. It's kinda rough by itself. How to prepare it?
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>>11604160
Scrub the fuzz off the peel of 2 kiwis. Cut off the stem and tip and add to a blender together with a red beet, a frozen banana, and a cup of OJ for a great smoothie.
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orange
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>>11604160
why the fuck do you people have to shorten words down? are you too impaired to say/spell the whole word? it's called a kiwifruit. same thing with beetroot.
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>>11604276
>kiwifruit
Oh, you mean Chinese Gooseberry?
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>>11604276
t. Prisoner of New Zealand

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Post your best Bolognese Sauce!
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>>11604031
I usually let the veg sweat in the fat
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>>11599188
>real ragu
>1953 recipe
lmao no
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>>11599561
cringe
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Wa la!
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>>11604271
Doesn’t look bad at all! Maybe add bit of olive oil or more sauce and I am in. Hope that’s not pre-grated parmesan tho.

>non-stick virgins cry out in pain
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Gotta agree with >>11603605,
There's 3 identical small pans, 4 nearly identical mediums, superfluous skillets.

Sorry, OP, I'm sure they're nice pans, but you're on the next episode of "Hoarders."
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>>11603602
>owning a microwave
must be American
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>>11603899
Duck of turf shuffler
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>>11603678
Just ignore and report, stupid.
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>>11603602
Why are you hanging your pans on the wall?
Do you consider cookware a status symbol?
I think you do.

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A schnitzel is meat, usually thinned by pounding with a meat tenderizer, that is fried in some kind of oil or fat. The term is most commonly used to refer to meats coated with flour, beaten eggs and bread crumbs, and then fried.
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>>11603284
huh?
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>>11603372
Cowberry reduction with vinegar &oil based potatoe salad is absolute god tier schnitzel
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>>11603280
Wtf is a chuckwagon?
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>>11603280
Jaja das schmeckt gut mein kamarad!

Seriously fuck stainless steel. It's impossible to make anything without it sticking to the bottom. Why is this so popular?
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>>11604195
Nope, I will cook an egg in stainless tomorrow and post pics though.
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>>11604195
Eat your heart out teflon shill!
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>>11604206
lots of vids up on youtube already. let retards be retards.

https://youtu.be/1376ITxF1Oc
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>>11604237
Fair enough!

But you do not need to season a stainless pan, you just need to treat it like any other pan and not scrub it in a sink of soapy water.
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>>11604256
>you do not need to season a stainless pan

You just saw in the fucking video that it DOES require a special technique to make it non-stick. unlike a teflon pan, didnt you?

>>11604256
>and not scrub it in a sink of soapy water
Why would I not want to do that when I can make it non-stick again in two minutes?

How much do you spend on food every week? Be honest.
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I spend $200 per month on food
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>>11600189
Not him but not everyone gets to have their dream job that also pays well or be all set up with a cushy job from daddy's company. Sometimes you're just fucking stuck for awhile until you can finally land something better. Hope shit gets better for him.
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>>11603183
Holy cow, dude. Why are you on 4chan in your 40s?
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>>11604227
/biz/ is a hell of a drug.
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$0
because I live in my mom's basement

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how come chimichurri is by far the best sauce for steak?

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I just bought a bottle of this shit after trying a gingerale and rum sample in the store. I don't drink anything except dry wine or gin so I didn't realize that the gingerale was actually watering down the sugar in the rum and not the other way around. This stuff is disgustingly sweet by itself, almost like syrup.

I'm sick, I don't want to go back outside and all I have for mixing is some cold tonic water in the fridge. What can I do to make this stuff palatable?

I need something hot, can I mix this with black tea or something?
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>>11602198
>spiced rum
lol nice choice, nancy. sure you wouldn't rather have a cosmopolitan?
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>buy rum
>it's sweet

Whoa... It'a almost as if a lot of sugar goes into making rum
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>>11603651
Your comment would've made sense if I was buying chardonnay.

>>11603639
>>11603680
You have to try new things sometimes. Now I know that rum belongs in the same disgusting category as brandy.
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>>11603680
Whoa... It's almost as if every alcoholic drink is made from sugars of some kind that are converted to ethanol in the fermentation process.

If a rum is sweet, it's because it's a shit rum that the manufacturer has added more sugar to after distilling it to hide its shittiness.
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How does /ck/ sharpen their knives?
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>>11600394
t. doesn't know how to use a whetstone effectively
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>>11600280
I just use one of those handheld pull through sharpeners Wusthof makes. Gets shit razor sharp in a few seconds. All I own are shitty beater knives so I dont give a fuck if it wears them out faster.
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>>11600280
with a $10 sharpening stone. It's not a katana it's a tool for cutting food you fucking retards
>inb4 I appreciate workmanship and quality of marketing put into my cutting tool.
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Protip: you can use the back of a ceramic saucer or plate to sharpen if you're in a pinch like at a hostel or airbnb where the retards don't know how to sharpen knives. Last resort would be behind the ceramic toilet flush cover lid
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>>11604243
Actual sound advice, won't be a perfectly sharpened but in a pinch its the best you'll get.


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