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9721205 No.9721205 [Reply] [Original]

I'm making chili tonight. I have all the basic ingredients, but need it to be extra special. Beans or no beans? Beef, chicken, venison, sausage? dark chocolate? Serranos or jalapenos? Tomato paste? Canned tomatos?

>> No.9721212

Cinamon and cocoa
T. Chef John

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>Opinions on beans vs. no beans

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>>9721205
>beans or no beans
Definitely beans. Don't overdo it though, kidney and/ or black beans are all you need.
>beef, chicken, venison, sausage?
All of the above. Bison instead of beef, if you can get it. Definitely use stew beef, so you get good chunks of meat to chew on.
>dark chocolate?
No.
>Serrano or jalapeno?
Serranos if you can handle the heat. Jalapenos and habaneros at a minimum.
>Corn or no corn.
Corn.
>Crackers or tortilla chips?
Tortilla chips.

These tips will bring your chili up to the bone zone.



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9721151 No.9721151 [Reply] [Original]

Minimal Jack posting edition.

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>> No.9721233

>>9721222
>jack is a fucking retard, so he has to be careful not to cut himself like the fucking retard he is

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>> No.9721241

Mods please just purge this jack infested shit thread so we can start fresh.

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9721130 No.9721130 [Reply] [Original]

Okay /ck/, I need some suggestions. I'm a Britfag, and my (British) workplace is holding a Thanksgiving buffet for our American coworker who can't travel home for Thanksgiving. Everyone needs to bring a dish for the buffet. I don't want to wimp out with a bowl of Freedom Fries, so give me ideas for a nice American dish I can bring.

Something I can make the night before preferred.

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>> No.9721174

>>9721130
do some watermelon and fried chicken OP

>> No.9721185

>>9721170
That's Scottish, anon.

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Easiest thing you can do is cranberry sauce. 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, and 12 oz of cranberries. Boil them together then let it cool off before putting it in the fridge. Supposed to be served cold so making it ahead of time isn't an problem, and it's a Thanksgiving classic.

>> No.9721192

>>9721130
Subway platter lad. job done

>> No.9721206

>>9721130
Is this guy cool? How much effort are you trying to put forth?



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9721113 No.9721113 [Reply] [Original]

Killed and butchered a deer last week and am making 2 kg of venison summer sausage. I did a 50/50 venison/pork shoulder with salt, cure #1, dextrose, sugar, garlic, allspice, coriander seed, whole mustard seed and black pepper. I added FL-C lactic bacteria culture and let it ferment at 85F, 90% humidity (sitting in oven with a tray of hot water and the oven light on) for 24 hours. I'm smoking for 4 hours @ 160F then I'll let it reach an internal temp of 152F.

Anyone else been doing anything interesting with their deer kills from this year? Anyone making sausages lately?



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9721051 No.9721051 [Reply] [Original]

>YFW a cook is preparing food that they are unwilling to taste themselves

>> No.9721063

Big slices of slimy onions is one of the last things I'd want to eat, but my mom likes them, so I'd make French onion soup for her without trying it myself.

>> No.9721078

>>9721051
No. This is actually totally possible. Can you imagine making tendies for OP? Yes sure, you'd might say. But he wants them every day! So, I prepared them so often now that I don't even like to taste them anymore.
>t. his Mom



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9721046 No.9721046 [Reply] [Original]

Hey guys I'm looking to buy my father and Air Fryer this cyber monday as an early christmas present, any specific models I should be on the lookout for?

I don't want to spend any more than $100 but because its a gift I don't mind spending a bit more but atleast try to stay under $150

>> No.9721090

>>9721046
http://www.lakeland.co.uk/18912/Lakeland-1.5L-Compact-Deep-Fat-Chip-Fryer?gclid=CjwKCAiA9MTQBRAREiwAzmytw_Bc5A1yNCOw7eKLnNIxE1Svq8f1whu6LcSMlKBlag00MPjPoJMA7BoCBRsQAvD_BwE&src=gfeed&s_kwcid=AL!49!3!233587496391!!!g!42886391904!&ef_id=WY24gAAAAZrY2xR1:20171119190921:s
Good one, I bought this one last year.

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>>9721046
Stick a 10 dollar heat resistant fireplace fan in his oven. Boom - airfryer



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9720994 No.9720994 [Reply] [Original]

>unmelted cheese
>only on the bottom

What a fucking disgrace.



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9720987 No.9720987 [Reply] [Original]

Whats your must have in a good Mac and Cheese? For me personally i dump pepper on top i mean i drown that shit i love it.

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garlic breadcrumbs on top
bacon and jalapenos inside

>> No.9721079

>>9720987
not having mac and cheese because it's disgusting garbage

>> No.9721115

>>9721079
Fuck you, homemade mac and cheese is awesome. That shit with covered in orange goo you get from the dollar store is garbage.

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BACON and extra cheese... Maybe some pimentos...

>> No.9721177

>>9721060
Nice to see a fellow Bone Zone fan! I'm sad that the show ended. I've been meaning to give "Do You Know Who Jason Segal Is?" a listen to get new off that sweet Brendon Walsh podcasting goodness, but haven't yet.

Bone Zone made me consistently laugh out loud the most. Second place would probably be a tie between The Andrew DeWitt Show and Danish & O'Neil.



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9720901 No.9720901 [Reply] [Original]

made cheesy eggs with sausage, pancake sausage bites and peach flavor juice

how is my cooking ck?

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>> No.9721001

>>9720901
>>9720914
>>9720919
OP how can you live?

>> No.9721036

Needs more ketchup it looks like you are faking it

>> No.9721042

>>9720919
Bitter flavor? What did you put in it to make it bitter?

>> No.9721083

>>9721042
I mix my seed with the eggs. The difference in proteins does something that really changes the texture. The downside is it will be bitter sometimes depending on your diet.

>> No.9721089

>>9721083
>t. patrician



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9720899 No.9720899 [Reply] [Original]

...That the food you eat is the first-most important thing to help maintain your body's health. What you put into it determines your health and well being.

>Glyphosate’s Suppression of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes and Amino Acid Biosynthesis by the Gut Microbiome: Pathways to Modern Diseases
>Published: 18 April 2013
>Abstract
>Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup®, is the most popular herbicide used worldwide. The industry asserts it is minimally toxic to humans, but here we argue otherwise. Residues are found in the main foods of the Western diet, comprised primarily of sugar, corn, soy and wheat. Glyphosate's inhibition of cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes is an overlooked component of its toxicity to mammals. CYP enzymes play crucial roles in biology, one of which is to detoxify xenobiotics. Thus, glyphosate enhances the damaging effects of other food borne chemical residues and environmental toxins. Negative impact on the body is insidious and manifests slowly over time as inflammation damages cellular systems throughout the body. Here, we show how interference with CYP enzymes acts synergistically with disruption of the biosynthesis of aromatic amino acids by gut bacteria, as well as impairment in serum sulfate transport. Consequences are most of the diseases and conditions associated with a Western diet, which include gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, depression, autism, infertility, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. We explain the documented effects of glyphosate and its ability to induce disease, and we show that glyphosate is the “textbook example” of exogenous semiotic entropy: the disruption of homeostasis by environmental toxins.

http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/15/4/1416

"Does this ingredient or leached chemical improve or maintain my health?"

It isn't just important that you count your calories or pass on dessert.



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9720877 No.9720877 [Reply] [Original]

Does anyone have some nice /ck/ infographics? Some meal prep ones would be good.

>> No.9720896

>>9720877
I've never seen a "nice" infographic. They are nearly always shit.

You'd be better served with a book or links to the appropriate websites.

>> No.9720908

>I want infographics
>aka, I want to be spoonfed in a manner that even a retard could follow along with
Yeah... No. Sometimes you actually have to apply yourself and get some experience or do some actual learning.



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9720833 No.9720833 [Reply] [Original]

hell yeah

>> No.9720846

>>9720833
Are you going to stick them in your ass?

>> No.9720964

>>9720846
>not drinking and fapping while plugged

some men will never understand. the sort that never cried at an opera.

>> No.9721037

bought the salted caramel one out of curiosity and im afraid to try it. is it as disgusting as it seems?

>> No.9721098

>>9721037
think im gonna save that one for last.

>> No.9721108

>drinking corn syrup and flavoring diluted in water



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9720826 No.9720826 [Reply] [Original]

>be me
>Be like 8 or something
>Could never stand my mom's boyfriends cooking
>Have breakfast
>Mom's boyfriend puts egg, bacon, scrapple etc
> Forces me to eat it
> I do
Nastiest fucking shit I've ever had

Pic unrelated

>> No.9720835

Forgot to mention he blended it all up



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9720818 No.9720818 [Reply] [Original]

>no soy
>plenty of kale, broccoli, leafy greens
Those are the basics, but what about sourcing meat that isn't fucked up the ass with antibiotics and friends?

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>> No.9721125

>/pol/ has feelings towards other men
>must be a conspiracy!

>> No.9721146

>>9720913
>believing in mods

mods are just myth made up to make soyboys feel like they have a safe space

>> No.9721152

>>9721035
You're missing the point. This is a PR campaign to get rural and suburban retards to care about the environment with their perception of modern men as a hook. First, they start with phytoestrogens in food, then move on to xenoestrogens in food, then to xenoestrogens in the environment. The phytoestrogens in food will focus on getting them on board with the idea that less dangerous chemicals can be bad thereby skipping the hippie hurdle of manly men who eat anything. This will also lead into realizing that lots of food has additives like soy to make up for the low quality high volume output of modern agribusiness thereby spurring them to purchase alternatives that they previously identified as coastal elitist cuisine and poofter nonsense. They will then be made aware of the more pressing concern of xenoestrogens in their food from environmental pollution feminizing their male offspring. At this point, there will be a launch to realize that many common consumer products in their household release even more xenoestrogens into the air they breath at concentrated levels and on everything they touch. I'm not sure who exactly the people behind this campaign are or what exactly their motives are. Don't fall for it.

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>When the only way you can get your grown son to eat all his broccoli is to tell him it foils the Zionist conspiracy.
Anons must have some really proud mommies and daddies out there.

>> No.9721237

>>9721152
Why exactly is that a bad thing



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9720796 No.9720796 [Reply] [Original]

HACKA LÖKEN!

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>> No.9720811

>>9720799
They're the reason I got into cooking things more complex than a salad. I realize now that their recipes were exactly what a university student would go for. Truly informational videos.

>> No.9720836

>>9720796
REGULAR
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UGN!

>> No.9720873

>>9720796
I fucking love them I watched all of their oldest videos back in the day

>> No.9721123

>nostalgia thread



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9720774 No.9720774 [Reply] [Original]

>only 64 Trump cents

THANK YOU BASED MCDONALDS



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9720755 No.9720755 [Reply] [Original]

What criteria should I follow for selecting quality produce? I'm looking to buy The Perfect Pear to make pear-apple butter.

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>> No.9720782

>>9720776
No you have to shake it and listen for water inside, idiot.

>> No.9720797

>>9720782
I like to slap them against my face to test for firmness.

>> No.9720800

kurva anyátok

>> No.9720805

>>9720755
Throw it across the grocery store, if you get an 8-10 foot bounce you're good to go.

>> No.9720820

>>9720797
Have you tried rubbing them against your body and moaning?



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9720733 No.9720733 [Reply] [Original]

Is it retarded to eat ramen noodles with spegehtti sauce?

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>> No.9720759

>>9720753
Spaghetti is cheaper by volume compared to ramen. If anything the spaghetti sauce is what makes it slightly more expensive than ramen.

>> No.9720761

>>9720753
A bag of pasta is 1$ how fucking broke can you be? You also get alot more calories from the pasta.

>> No.9720766

>>9720761
I spent my last $3 on Mountain Dew all I have is 17 packs of sriracha ramen and 10 jars of spegehtti sauce

>> No.9720768

I don't see any problem with it. I eat pasta sauce with instant rice. Whatever tickles your dick, m8o

>> No.9720823

>>9720766
Go for it. People have eaten worse things.



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9720723 No.9720723 [Reply] [Original]

Served warm, what is a good side to have with it?

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>> No.9720822

>cooking quiche without a two inch cake ring
Enjoy your overcooked custard.

>> No.9720969

What goober sliced that quiche

>> No.9720977

>>9720723
who the fuck cuts it like that

>> No.9721006

>>9720977
People who are not fat you obese faggot

>> No.9721026

>>9721006
I'm going to keep this simple: you are fucking retarded.



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9720720 No.9720720 [Reply] [Original]

what is the best way to cook chicken once it's been brined 24h ?

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9721009

Put them in the oven.



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