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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ll-iyNz6cGc
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>>13229407
>>13232191
Looks like I struck a nerve. Guess you retards don't like being called out.
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>>13232078
How did it feel for you when CJ B't you TFO?
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>>13229293
Chef John's a pretty cool guy. Some of his recipes lately have been a bit suspect, but that Russian honey cake looked god tier. Is this worth watching? It's kinda long...
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>>13232827
Unironically you seem to be assmad about being called out. It’s true you trump haters are just a vocal minority and the world hates you.
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>>13232827
Why do trumptards only define success through the pain of others? You realize you are failing at life because you never learned how to properly define success? Hint: Success has nothing to do with other people's emotions.

This place is fucking garbage, it's as bad as toppers. I remember when I was young and whenever my dad said he will get pizza for dinner he would always get this garbage shit instead of getting an actual pizza from an actual restaurant
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I used to live in KC and I tried Papa Murphy’s there. I don’t know how they managed to make cheese completely flavorless, but they did.
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>>13231880
Wasn’t aware that this business format managed to survive into the 21st century
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>>13232361
I had a neighbor that lived most of her life in Wisconsin and she couldn't believe the lack of take and bake places here. She said they are real popular over there, way more than normal pizza shops
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>>13232361
It used to be significantly cheaper than delivery places. I think the quality is slightly better also when you cook it yourself.
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>>13232361
>imagine buying frozen pizza
uhh yeah... and?

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Hey /ck/ I'm getting in the mood for some baking now that it's getting colder and darker outside
What's your favorite Cookie, besides chocolate chip or oatmeal, I've made way to many of them aready
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>>13232570
Also I didn't include it in this version, but if you pre-chill the sugar you can get the browned butter back down to the appropriate temperature even faster.
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>>13232570
yum
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Peanut butter cookies. Sugar cookies. Black and white cookies.
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I've been trying to make a recipe for peanut butter fudge cookies. There's plenty of peanut butter cookies, fudge cookies, brownie fudge cookies, but no peanut butter fudge cookies.
I think ill make a wet/softer fudge, and instead of chilling it, mix in eggs, some more sugar, flour, baking powder, then chill the completed dough
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gingersnaps

My family has been using these baking sheets for years and should probably be cleaned better than just soap and water
Anyway to get these looking as good as new
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>>13230746
Just cover them with aluminum foil, fucko.
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>>13233009
My bad, I forgot, its been a while. the point being you do it while its hot.
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>>13230746
Ähemm...OP?
This looks realy sad. Is that rust or what?
The Method >>13230960 mentiond would be a good start.
But if this thing is already rusted any acid would make it worse.
At first you should use steelwool to get rid off of all the brwon material. That is not a seasoning, that is just rust and years old dirt.
Then try to get rid off all these scratches.
I mean,wtf has your family do to that thing?
Trainingsessions with Michael Myers?
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Coat it in ammonia and put it inside a plastic bag. Seal it and wait 24 hours.

Open it and clean the pan with some wool sponge (or whatever they call).

You'll probably need to do it a couple of times.

Do it in a well-ventilated area because ammonia is toxic to breathe.
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A pack of wire brushes for for powerdrills is under ten bucks and can get the pans done in an hour

What toppings on a pizza indicate good taste? To speed things up, toss out pepperoni since it’s for children.
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>>13233356
I'm kind of elitist but how can you be tradicionalist with food?
Besides the Lee Pineapple On Pizza Bad DD: meme, the same food was been around for hundreds of years
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>>13233356
With many things people just regurgitate the "right" answers but when it comes to food It's more personal and they just say what they like. If a place like Walmart didn't have a bead on what most people enjoy then they'd be fucking up.
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I used to order Bacon all the time but no one fucking crisps their bacon and I don't want chunks of fatty half raw shit on my pizza
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>>13233356
>no matter what the thread is about it's filled with Walmart tier recommendations
There are a lot of average Americans on this board, so their food experience is mostly shaped by the supermarket and chain restaurants.
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>>13231169
When I order chain pizza I get pepperoni and/or bacon. When I go to the local 'boutique' pizzeria I get prosciutto, artichoke and spinach. When I'm in Vegas at Pizza Rock I get the Michigan Ave, which is the pepperoni that curls up.

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https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/07/freeze-half-cooked-french-fries-for-extra-crunch/
If I do this but instead of freezing it for a few hours I freeze for a few weeks would I see any noticeable deterioration or change in texture taste or quality?
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also wondering what the best things are to season it are besides salt and pepper, is oil good?
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>>13233040
So you put them into the freezer when they are piping hot? Won't that cost a fortune in electricity and also have some other side effects, such... thawing what else is in there.

I'd understand putting room temperature fries in there.
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>>13233102
>we
We are not you. Get over yourself.
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>>13233102
>For us, french fries represent white gencode.
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>>13233040
if you want crunchy chips deep fry them.
if you want crunchy chips in an oven, then cook them slowly for ~25 to 30 minutes then give them a quick blast at high heat for a few minutes.

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What is the comfiest Sunday morning dish, and why is it biscuits and gravy?
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>>13232437
Umm, better see an ophthalmologist soon, friend.
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>>13232879
Sounds like some weird meme britfag term, like when they say boot instead of trunk, bonnet instead of hood, etc. I think fagging for each other at their elite public schools causes this somehow.
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>>13230081
so, Germany?
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Back when I was fat, I would order a bowl of just the gravy and eat it like soup.
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>>13230819
Have you actually tried this?

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What are some other foods with the EXACT same ingredients (though not necessarily the same ratio) that are drastically different?

Hard mode: No pasta dishes.
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Cool thread idea op
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bust a nut
bust a nut
grab a bag of corn nuts and bust a nut
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The entire Taco Bell menu and Mexican food in general.
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Peanut butter sandwich
peanut butter cookie
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>>13232378
I completely forgot about this. The most epic jingle of all time

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Should pukkin pie be eaten cold or warm or room temp?
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>>13229398
Toasty coastie
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>>13229398
based
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>>13229179
You got me.
>>13228455
Personally, I prefer my pumpkin cool or room temp. Sweet potato though warm with roasted marshmallows on top.
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>>13231840
I like how you think this is bad.
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>>13228518
This. Don’t pull it out of the fridge immediately prior to cutting and serving. Allow it to sit for 20 minutes or so

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Well /ck/ after 20 years my stove has been replaced how do I break the new one in
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Why would you break your new stove?
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>>13233201
He's probably a dumb women, their inferior
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>>13233168
Get drunk, 450 F, insert pizza, fall asleep.
Two hours later, wake up to smoke alarm.
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>>13233226
I don't drink
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>>13233168
Does it have a self-cleaning option? If so, cycle it through 3 or 4 times consecutively to burn out any of the impurities from the manufacturer

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I've recently escaped neetdom, /ck/. Now that I have disposable income I want to contribute something to my family's Thanksgiving, but I have no idea what to do because they've been doing it forever and it feels like they've got all the bases covered already. What's a good side I could make that's adventurous enough to not be redundant but also not completely over-the-top?
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>>13230173
too many toenail clippings in my wasd area
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>>13229868
I always go with safe bets:
Whisky, bourbon, wine, a nice cheese, chocolates, expensive coffee, etc. All little expensive things that never detract from the meal, yet most people appreciate.
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>>13229868
>>13230061
Everyone is yapping at you with mundane and boring carrot ideas, when FPBP gave you the answer:

Carmelized Carrots. Find a recipe on the net, get the ingredients, make time for the dish.

They are different than the typical Tday dishes but still a root vegetable, right in there with hearty Pilgrim food.
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>>13230116
>steamed carrots
That's boring, OP doesn't want boring. It's Tday
>>13230173
carmelized carmelized carmelized carmelized suck it freindo.
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>>13229868
Start easy -- drinks.

Does anybody else eat candy bars with a fork and knife?
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>>13229711
I use a spoon myself.
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>>13229746
Burned
>>13229786
Fucking torched
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>>13229711
No. I use chopsticks, because I want everyone to know that I've travelled to chinkville.
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>>13229711
i eat pizza with a fork and knife
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I have a coworker who eats jellied donuts with fork and knife, I get his reasoning behind it but he still looks like a retard and everyone makes fun of him when he does it.

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anyone have any decent tips for getting your pizza dough to super thin without tearing a bunch of holes into the middle?
i'm making a pizza tonight and ever time i try to stretch my dough out thin it fluffs up more than i expect and i wind up with a fairly "standard" crust thickness. pic is last pizza i made.
>yes it's hawaiian. it's good fuck off.
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>>13230953
Your pizza looks flame as fuck 10/10, nice browning too. I just roll it out on parchment paper till it’s super thin, cook it on the parchment for 30 sec or so until the bottom no longer is sticky, pull it out, ditch the parchment, top it, then back in. It may not be the Platonic ideal of how it should be done but I can get really, really thin crust this way and it is repeatable, so that’s how I do it.
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>>13231960
>wait till froths
Absolutely unnecessary step unless you're living in the 1800s and trying to bake an ammonia loaf with aunt Mary's fresh buttcrack yeast.
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>>13231363
>O gawd, someone help us now.
Also goes by the name "bread flour".
It's not obscure.

What might be obscure is semolina flour, which is a corse ground wheat flour. Will definitely give your crust more tooth.

I toss pies for money. Our recipe includes a good amount of semolina. Takes forever to get them to stretch out, but really hard to create holes. Like, super windowpane stretch, can easily read text through it.
I've watched ppl at whole foods stretch pies effortlessly, asked them what was in their dough. Was told a mix of different grain flours including rice. interesting. Probably best if you have to toss pies quickly, but doesn't have the bite that a 00/high-gluten wheat crust has. Kinda chewy, actually.
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>>13232658
Also, OP, if your way tf out in the boonies of AK and can't find it at the store, you can amazon that flour. Nice knife.
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>>13231986
The reicipe is by Chef John with the whole wheat flower omitted.

Bread dough has more gluten and helps reduce tearing, I just made this crust with all-purpose flower and had problems with tearing but turned out good.

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/220183/easy-homemade-pizza-dough/

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>>13229259
This is how I feel about America. I'm hoping both have nice bloody civil wars in the next few years, it'll be the best thing for everyone else.
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>>13229234
I'm not OP but how fucking stupid do you have to be to stay? People have known about this for years and years, yet they didn't get the fuck outta China.
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>>13232835
We're already depopulating, retard. We have negative population growth in America if you take immigration out of the equation.
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Would try again
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>>13233093
That doesn't solve the problem that you're all retarded. Plus more room needs to be made for the refugees anyways. It'll happen soon though cause orange fool is outnumbered but never going to admit defeat so if not before all shit will hit the fan in 2020. It's gonna be fun.

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Has anyone here tried making pre-cooked burger patties? Are there any major taste/texture differences compared to freshly cooked burgers?
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>>13232574
I want to know if partially cooking burger patties and then freezing them for a few days will make them significantly worse tasting.
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>>13232592
I’d imagine that you’d end up losing more moisture when cooling down and the from reheating them, causing them to go dry, rubbery and to lose flavor.
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>>13232592
>make them significantly worse tasting.
No they Will be fine. As long as you wrap them good so they don't get freezer burn/pick up freezer flavors
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Thanks.
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>>13232592
They'll be alright. Wrap in foil, then out that in a plastic freezer bag. Leave the foil on when reheating so it stays juicier.


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