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So ive been thinking about how perfect the crispy like 3” part of the tip of the octopus tentacle and how id love to just utilize those alone for a dish without any of the in tact thicker part.

So i got to thinkin: what do we do with all the shit on other animals we dont wanna use? We make sausage.

Id love to try to puree raw octopus, run it through a tamis, emulsify some pork fat and maybe even pork blood for dat depth of flavor, toasted coriander, carraway, probably rice flour as a binder and also minced preserved lemon then put it into a casing or caul fat even and then vac seal/sous vide at whatever the correct temp is for however long.

Id do a dish with slices of seared octo pork sausage with the crispy tentacles, coin shaped pommes fondant the size of the slices of sausage seared pretty hard then cooked in rendered pork fat and aromatics and fried til crispy to order, maybe some kind of pickled corn/jalapeno relish and burnt coriander stem aioli

>so fucking bored of pic related
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OP is on meth
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>>11229040

I was drunk. It still seems like a good idea
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>>11229035

YUMMY YUMMY VARKIES AND CUMMIES
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https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/15/squid-sperm_n_1599591.html?utm_hp_ref=weird-news
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>>11231150

How do you make sure the squid fires his sperm bag in your mouth?

My friend was wobdering haha

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Food for spending your birthday alone and miserable? I got a pizza this year and a honey bun instead of a cake.
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>>11230759
Why don't you just get rid of the bike pump?
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Thank you lads for the birthday wishes truly. Genuinely cheered me up a little bit. I'll be finishing these beers and heading to bed soon.
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>>11230788
and then anon hero you magnificent bastard
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>>11230583
Happy birthday OP, unfortunately welcome to adult life; where your birthday is basically getting 20 notifications on Facebook and a phone call from your mum.
My advice though, if you're lonely on your birthday go to a local bar. Get chatting to the bartender, tell him it's your birthday and you want a special cocktail. You'll get some fucking tasty super strong drinks for really cheap, if not free and you'll meet a bunch of people.
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>>11230583
my standard birthday meal is a take-n-bake pizza and a slice of Safeway colossal cake.

You have $15 in your account, what are you getting from the commissary /ck/?
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>>11230671
who needs alcohol when you have seroquel. this was a goofball unit and people were on psych medicines, including the hardcore shit. it got passed around to those that were interested.
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All I need is a lock and a sock. After that it's straight to splittin wigs and bustin cheeks.
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>>11230252
A lot of work to put into being the prettiest nigga in jail just to get raped for all your trouble
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>>11230709
fuck my wife/10
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>>11228179

>frist class stamps

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When it comes to a proper grilled ham and chee, it's the hot loads of creamery butter that makes all the difference - wouldn't YOU agree?
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Nice ham melt FAGGOT
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>>11230966
It's good cheese and ham pairing, the butter isn't very important A good soup to dip it in is keen.

>>11230992
I don't care for mayo on a cooked sandwich. I'll put a lot on a ham, turkey, bacon, etc, just not grilled.
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>>11230966
So is this the new copypasta thread?
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>>11230992
salted butter > mayo > normal butter desu
butter looks way better than mayo when fried anyway
can't beat that rich golden goodness
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>>11230992
Nope.

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>be me
>be msg enthusiast
>msg makes food taste good
>media say bad for health
>notice no problems
>media say gays good
>who to trust
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Just remember MSG does naturally occur in a ton of the foods you already eat. Everything from deenz, to tomatoes, to corn, even taters. Strong, salty cheeses like parmesan often contain high amounts of MSG, common cooking sauces like fish and soy sauce are loaded with it too.
>media say bad for health
No, I find that's quite rare. It's often the group of "anti-vaccination moms" and all that push the myths.
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>>11231012
Right, which is why all the perfect foods have umami rich combinations of ingredients. Like pizza.
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Used pic related in a tempura style batter to fry shrimp today.

MSG has an unwarranted bad reputation. I remember growing up in the 90s people claimed it was bad...but it really isn't. When applied correctly it can take a batter, sauce, soup and or etc and give it a enhanced taste due to the umami flavor it adds
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The blacks embrace MSG. Every black house I ever went to had Accent on the back of the stove.
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>>11230922
im sick of cucks hating MSG because it has a scary name

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Maybe it's the double layer of sear-sizzled 100% pure beef mingled with the sauce and melty cheese, the snap of the onion and the tart crunch of pickle. Or maybe it's just that it's tall. Either way, you so want one.
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>>11230610
A Dave's Double?
Yes I want one right now!
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I'm lovin' it, OP. Big Mac (eeyup), large fry, and a nice cold coke a cola.
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>>11230615
>network adapter
Noice are there servers still live?
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>>11230615
Nice CRT/fat PS2 combo. Is that Katamari?
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>>11230615
Jack in the Box was great in the 90s
now it's complete shit, ...except for those egg rolls I guess.

Yo what kind of whetstone set should I get? I'm okay with forking over $100-200, but I'd rather not spend extra money for something meme tier.
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>>11228223
>>11228236
This helps me understand what I experienced with my cheapo knife the first few times I tried to sharpen it. It wouldn't get sharp enough. Then I bought a cheap 400grit diamond plate and went to town with it, after that it could get a decent edge. Thanks friend.
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>>11229018
An excellent help for a beginner is also painting the bevel black with a sharpie marker, then doing a few test passes on the stone. This shows you exactly where you are grinding away material and if you have hit the proper angle. Also check for development of a burr with your fingertips by pressing a woolen sock or a soft cotton cloth against the side of the edge and sliding it along. If you cant hear it "catching" or rasping along there is no burr and you havent hit the apex yet.
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>>11229074
*with your fingertips OR by pressing ...*
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>>11227972
Consistency of grit and quality of material. Cheap stones will come in all grits but the binders they use will make it inconsistent, I prefer ceramic stones.
Make sure you buy from a reputable shop, not Ching Liao quang's discount stone shop on
ebay

>>11228236
This is only true for mass produced pieces of shit, any good nip knife will be hand finished
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ITT: Apocalypse. You grab your 72 hour pack of garbage and head for the hills or uhhh where ever you're going. Before you head out the door you grab a kitchen tool. Chef knife? Cleaver? What does /ck/ think the all around kitchen tool would be. IF YOU COULD ONLY BRING ONE

I'll go first, cheap, can do anything I need. Easy to sharpen (straight edge)
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>>11230951
all prep from my forage. Don't have to butcher my prep with my dirty workhorse etc. list goes on. A nice thin blade, maybe an extra few ounces would be nice solely for prep. I honestly thought people would argue the chef knife but there much potential to break tip/ rip my bag etc. Of course I don't need a separate blade to live in this scenario but, /ck/ might turn their head on the way out the door at the kitchen? Bad meme, bad thread
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>>11230951
also, what the fuck are those?
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>>11230972
according to google, diy zebrawood walking poles that someone made a youtube video about

A specialized food prep knife isn't a bad idea, but a paring knife would probably work better.

Your meme would have been better if it was more explicitly a meme. Something like,
>Personally, I couldn't live without my Himalayan Salt Block
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>>11230996
we'll if it derails into the salt block... it will
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>>11230897
this guy posted his knife on /b/ and had to name it "knives without names are bloodthirsty" because he got 88 on his OP when asked for 88 to name it

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Are there any better frozen pizza brands out there? My favorites right now are Red Baron and Tombstone.
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>>11230800
costco fags can please leave.

>paying a subscription fee for sub-walmart-tier mass-manufactured burgerland shit
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>>11230798
Totinos party pizza. And parade brand but your probably thinking of totinos. Parade is the based generic brand for non chain stores.
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>>11230800
Not a fan of their pizza too.
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>>11230769
>screaming sicilian
avoid

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Does /ck/ still hate filipino food or has it finally accepted its "meme" status?
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My brother married a flip girl. She couldn't cook at all so it was left to her mother. Said mom made me some flip food. It smelled like deep-fried turtle food and ass. I ate a few bites and had heartburn the likes of which makes you pray for a grisly decapitation. It lasted for three days. After I recovered, I dominated their kitchen and made paella and a whole 10 lb roasted pork shank. They tried to pay me to stay and cook.
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>>11227419
There's actually a pretty big flip expat population in Wyoming, for some reason. I grew up eating Filipino food, and it rules.
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>>11229462
That filipino mother's name? Lord Kelvin.
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Only good flip food I've had is bicol express (meat on some milk sauce and lots of chilies) and a lot of their fried and grilled food.

Most of the sauce based food are crap especially in restaurants. I've tried sisig at home and it was great, went to a restaurant and they put in fucking mayonnaise on it.
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Cebu became popular partly because the local southern Philippine food tastes better than the one in north (Manila).

TLDR version of Philippine food history: Spanish colonialism destroyed the basic structure of traditional foods in the northern part of the archipelago more than the southern part. Same goes for the successful American colonial administration in the northern part. And the longtime widespread discouragement of traditional dishes for centuries through only honoring home cooking. And lastly, the rise of Chinese-Philippine cuisine in the late 19th century patronized by both Spanish and American elites.

Why are these so good /ck/?
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unironically MSG
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Literal ambrosia. I think they're addictive.
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>>11230387
Only chips I buy these days.... I don't eat chips often. Fuego>
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>>11230387

Enjoy your cholecystectomy

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Whats your vavorite coffee brand and roast?
>ITT no kcups
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>not Major Dickason's blend
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Nawlins or bust
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Good idea or bad idea?
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>>11230488
....so it's a few super common ingredients? What's the problem?
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>>11230484
These taste like chicken nuggets
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>>11230526
If people don't cook a cuisine often they won't have the ingredients on hand and will have to spend a bunch of money to buy it in prepackaged quantities they will probably not use.
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>>11230579
Well, that's why the kit exists, but honestly, if you cook regularly and don't already have basic ingredients on hand, what are you doing?
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>>11230526
If I want to buy the whole list at the store right now it’s expensive. Only thing free is tap water.

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Y'all ever make roast beef pizza? I'm looking for ideas. I was thinking of BBQ sauce, onions, beef and mozarella maybe few spicy peppers
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>>11228914
>>11228928
Samefag
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was gonna say put some horseradish on top when it's done but you already ruined it with the bbq sauce
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>>11227988
Bbq chicken and cashew pizza, gotta use that sweet baby ray for the sauce, you faggot
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>>11227988
>>11227988
there are other options for pizza beyond red sauce and pepperoni, Eric.
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>>11229180
it would likely have to be a white pizza to begin with, anyways.

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wth happened to all those amazing terrible flatmate threads I used to read on here aeons ago?

I shared a flat with three Chinese students at some point. They shared a fridge, I had my own.

At some point, their freezer was full of ice and they started using mine. I advised them to thaw it over the weekend while I was gone so they could use my fridge/freezer. Those idiots couldn't be arsed to put a bucket in their fridge to collect the water so it emptied all over the kitchen floor. Turns out they don't know how to use a mop and bucket and my hoover instead. Came back to find a brand new hoover...
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we all got our own houses and don't live in squaller anymore. I am gay btw
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>>11230116
Padlocks happened.
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Posted before but tl;dr was I had a flatmate at uni who was overall a pretty chilled Italian dude but would eat smoked salmon with a shit load of butter spread over it
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My 4 roomates eat nothing but fast food and the food I cook them so they wont die. The kitchen is mine
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I had a Chinese roommate who was really awesome, he love to cook and keep everything clean. He was also really respectful of space an amount of stuff in the fridge. The owner of the house was completely different story, she would leave food out all the time, never clean, had a whole fridge to herself which was nothing but ingredients for cocktails, never wash dishes, and accused me of stealing her pans when I left. Turns out the pans that she was talking about belonged to Chinese kid and they were still there.




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