Spent all day making ramen for my family, first time cooking it (they don't eat pork, so I made them chicken ramen), but they went to a last minute dinner at my brother in law's house.
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This cooking channel knows the attention span of an average viewer; it gets down to business almost immediately without any long intros or other bullshit. In this video alone it shows three recipes, whilst keeping it under three minutes. youtu.be/6feitxp3gMQ
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AITA for refusing to wash chicken before cooking it?

I do most (read: all) of the cooking in our relationship, usually I cook while my SO sits at the dinner table and reads or does whatever. Usually they don't pay attention which is fine with me because I get into a zone when I'm at the cooktop and put my headphones in and turn into Gordon freakin' Ramsay. Anyways yesterday this time my spouse showed an interest in cooking & decided to watch me cook because they wanted to learn something. Cool, no problem. We were having honey glazed roasted chicken with a bunch of other stuff that's not really relevant, its just important to know that we were having the chicken.

As I usually do, I take the chicken out of its package and defrost it in the microwave (if I forgot to take it out to defrost during the day, as was the case yesterday) for 2 minutes, after the 2 minutes were up I took it out and got to work seasoning it and stuff. My partner said "oh you forgot to wash it" and I said nope I know what I'm doing. They were concerned and sai

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We all think of Gordon Ramsay as an extremely picky food critic/chef but if your life's work was cooking and you saw a narcissistic restaurant manager breaking health code violations and making horrible food, you'd be pretty angry too.
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This is how Chinese recycle sewage oil into Cooking oil youtube.com/watch?v=zrv78โ€ฆ
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Gatekeeping cooking because for some reason disabled people cant be chefs.
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Cooking skills out of this world
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What is something you wish people would not do when they are cooking?

For some reason, unbeknownst to me, my mom loves making chili, but her idea of broth is pouring in v8 tomato juice. Even worse once it is in with the rest of the ingredients she serves it immediately. Chili is my favorite food I can not do this anymore.

But anyways what is something that people do along those lines that makes a dish completely disappointing for you?

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What are your cooking YouTube channel recommendations?

I suppose online cooking videos have helped me make good dishes and shakes for my family. I know a few good channels, but I'd love to hear some of your recommendations so I can learn to make a variety of dishes and even healthy drinks.

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Cooking with pewds
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To what extent is authenticity important to you when cooking?

It seems to me that on Reddit particularly, authenticity/tradition to a dish is more important than it is to most consumers of cooking media. In addition, I'm thinking of sharing some family recipes (think african/caribbean) that may include ingredients that can be hard for the average cooking enthusiast (or) person just wanting to cook something different to find, especially if that person doesn't live in an area where these ingredients are easy to find.

So, what do you think?

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I'm a dumb, broke bachelor who knows next-to-nothing about cooking. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could help me with a few questions please! (What should I make with the food I have?)

Hello. I have kinda limited food to last me another week or two. The following is a list of what I have:

Freezer:

4 lbs frozen ground beef

3 frozen chicken breasts

2 frozen, seasoned salmon patties

A bag of cooked shrimp

Pantry:

Some cans of black beans and canned corn

Some cans of crushed tomatoes

A ton of white rice

A ton of potatoes (red and russet)

1/2 loaf of sourdough and 1/2 loaf of whole grain sliced bread

Tortillas

Spaghetti noodles and sauce (jar of Prego Garlic&Herb)

Peanut butter and jelly lol

Bananas

Fridge:

About a dozen eggs

Some breakfast sausage links

Bacon

Lunch meat (honey ham and turkey)

1 kielbasa

Some beef chorizo

A jar of salsa

Veggies:

A couple Roma tomatoes

Some Asparagus

2 onions

2 big "trees" (? lol) of broccoli

1 head of lettuce

Some spinach leaves

1 squash

1 sweet potato

A lot of shredded cheese

Sour Cream

A bag of little cauliflowers

2 bell peppers

A bag of baby carrots

1 cucumbe

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Iโ€™m Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Food Network's "The Kitchen" host, restaurateur and father of three, and Iโ€™m here to answer your questions to help get the whole family cooking together! AMA!

Throughout my 30-year career within the food and restaurant industry, Iโ€™ve worn many hats and been recognized as an โ€œIron Chef.โ€ My restaurant empire has earned me a trio of coveted three-star reviews from the New York Times and a Michelin star. Iโ€™ve had a 44-season tenure on โ€œChopped,โ€ and Iโ€™ve served as host on the Emmy-nominated talk show โ€œThe Kitchen.โ€ But my most important job title is Dad. My wife Margaret and I are parents to three beautiful children, Madeline (12), Anna (10) and George (5).

My family and I savor the time we spend connecting and cooking in my favorite kitchen โ€“ our home's! Iโ€™m here today with Campbellโ€™s as a part of their โ€˜Kids in the Kitchen' platform to create new dinnertime rituals that engage the whole family by getting parents and kids cooking and enjoying meals together.

Letโ€™s chat general cooking tips, how to cook with children of all ages, shortcuts to creamy at-home winter meals, and how to create more quality time with your kids by cooking kid-frie

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Whatโ€™s the worst cooking sin youโ€™ve committed?

Today I cut up a ribeye and put it in a stir fry with some old eggplant. It was hella good but man... I still feel bad

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LPT: Buy your pots, pans, and cooking utensils from your local thrift store. Their home/decor sections are always brimming with kitchen wares in excellent shape. You'll save money and be making a more sustainable, environmentally conscious purchase.

The production and shipping of these types of items creates a massive carbon footprint, when perfectly good second-hand varieties are available for cheap right up the street.

We usually associate thrift stores with clothing, and sure - buying second hand clothing isn't for everyone. But there are very few stains on a used whisk or wok that a long soak in a hot, soapy sink can't resolve.

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How often do you wash your hands during cooking?

When Iโ€™m cooking with meat, I find myself washing my hands a lot to avoid contamination of other foods, salt, and equipment (pepper mill, etc). How often do home or pro cooks wash their hands during prep and cooking?

Examples of when I typically wash:

  • after anything touching chicken
  • touching steaks (which means after patting, flipping while salting, putting in pan, etc).
  • edit: also if Iโ€™m working with eggs and get some on me.

Am I washing more than usual? Am I not washing enough?

Edit: so far responses sound encouraging. Wash when you touch raw meat. I donโ€™t feel crazy anymore (maybe I should be more concerned about family home cooks and their kitchens...)

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Jonathan Frakes should release a cooking book called โ€œCooking with Rikerโ€

Iโ€™d buy it!

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What the coronavirus forcing me in lockdown's taught me about cooking; plus, how to make Mantou (้ฆ’ๅคด)

So thereโ€™s an offchance you might recognize my username: Iโ€™m the dude thatโ€™s posted weekly Chinese recipes here for the lastโ€ฆ couple years or so. Together with my fiancรฉ (whoโ€™s from Guangdong), we live in Shunde, China โ€“ a small city a bit south of Guangzhou on the Macau side of the delta.

Iโ€™m sure youโ€™ve been inundated with news about the most recent coronavirus outbreak over on this side of the world โ€“ I certainly donโ€™t want to pile on and make you any more anxious than you need to be. Thatโ€™s not my goal: social media does a good enough job with that as is. Itโ€™s just thatโ€ฆ I feel like this timeโ€™s given me some personal insights on food and cooking that I havenโ€™t really had the chance to internalize in the past. Maybe everything Iโ€™m about to write is all obvious to you, I donโ€™t know. But I figured Iโ€™d share regardless.

The situation weโ€™ve found ourselves in

See, for the past two weeks or so, the city we live has more or lessโ€ฆ shut down. People donโ€™t go outside unless they have

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Americans who cook meals at home frequently are more likely to have an overall better quality diet, according to new research. The study also finds, however, that the association between cooking at home and diet quality differs between high- and low-income populations. news.umich.edu/home-cookeโ€ฆ
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Cooking Pizza Tip: Unglazed ceramic tiles you can buy at Home Depot for like a buck or so a piece work just like a pizza stone.

You can get as many as you want to make a big one or have one on each rack.

I did this years ago and love them. I believe that I get better performance and more even cooking from my oven since they act like heat sinks when I'm baking and roasting everything else too. I'll take a couple out to create gaps inbetween just so they don't block too much airflow though.

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TIL that cooking food allowed the human brain to develop and become the most advanced among all species. It allowed the food to releases more nutrients and hence allowed to meet the brain metabolic demand and even thrive. Gorillas spent 80% of their time eating although they have 1/3 of our neurons. npr.org/sections/thesalt/โ€ฆ
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The back of a cooking spoon I electrified
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When you warm up by the fire, you're cooking yourself to a comfortable temperature
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How to make Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki/Japanese home cooking is always cheap

Hi, my name is Hiroshi, a 28-year-old guy, living Tokyo. I got many offers to make a video to show how to make Okonomiyaki, and finally created it!

Okonomiyaki is a savory Japanese style pancake and itโ€™s mostly divided into two styles: Osaka style and Hiroshima style.

The Osaka style uses a variety of ingredients, including shredded cabbage, flour and eggs. They are all mixed up and cook them all together. In the Hiroshima-style, on the other hand, ingredients are loaded on the flour mixture.

I personally prefer the Hiroshima style to the Osaka one even though I originally come from Osaka. Please just try it out! Itโ€™s easy and healthy.

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What is the general consensus regarding cooking wine? Is it really that much worse than normal wine?
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Due to most people not having full blown professional kitchens, a cooking show that only uses basic ingredients and a microwave to create dishes would probably be pretty popular.
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My absolute favorite cooking video outtake v.redd.it/nsxgiljxtdk41
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Gimmicky Cooking Utensils That You Actually Like

Does anyone have any gimmicky cooking items that they actually like?

Someone got me a Betty Crocker Pizza Maker Plus and I actually prefer it to making pizza in the oven. I also have a Dash Rapid Egg Cooker that I love and this weird hair clip looking thing that I use when I cut my tomatoes.

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Paris Hilton's new cooking show is hilariously amazing

https://youtu.be/ayImIgdgLEI

My wife showed me this and I could not stop laughing so I need the world to watch it with me

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Redditors who cook, whats the biggest 'no no' thing in cooking?
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I'm interested in cooking most things from scratch this year. What's not worth cooking from scratch?

Hello!

I know there are many cases where the time/money investment just isn't worth it. For instance I've read, depending on what you're doing with it, pasta isn't always best homemade. Ravioli is awesome homemade, but that doesn't mean homemade spaghetti noodles are "worth it", etc.

To add a little more context, I'm an intermediate cook who is excited to delve deeper into the hobby. I like learning and would like to build a solid knowledge base, and part of that is knowing what and when it's worth the effort. I'm doing a TON of meal prep this year (cooking for more than myself), and I want to make the best meals possible, along with when I'm cooking day of.

I should add that generally* speaking, I'm especially interested in making foods that are both better tasting than store bought and simultaneously financially advantageous. It feels awesome to make badass bread that is also cheaper than store bought. There's just something satisfying about it.

Feel free to share your advice r

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AITA for refusing to enable my husbandโ€™s helplessness about cooking dinner?

My husband and I have been together 13 years, married almost 9. He works entirely from home except for 2-3 days a month. I work in an office 3 days a week and from home 2 days a week. The mornings I go the office are hectic, because I speak and pitch a lot at work and have to look well groomed and dressed every day. We have a three year old daughter. On days I go to the office, he gets our daughter ready, takes her to daycare, and picks her up EOD. On my work from home days, I do the same. We switch off on bathing and putting our daughter to bed at night. We switch off on other chores. Most of the time, we are pretty happy with the โ€œdivision of labor.โ€

However, when it comes to dinner, he is completely helpless and useless. I do all the grocery shopping, meal planning, and most of the dinner cooking (like 95-99% of the time, dinner is cooked by me). The rare times that he cooks dinner without being asked, itโ€™s usually a disaster (overcooked veggies, burnt meat) and he ends up totally

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AITA for getting annoyed at my wife for cooking extravagant dinners constantly

So context: my wife and I live in a small apartment, no kids. We both work long hours and typically eat dinner between 9 and 10pm on average. Iโ€™ve made it pretty clear that I donโ€™t like eating late dinners. However she likes to cook and will often spend over and hour cooking some complicated dinner when we could easily just do something simple in like 25-30 mins. Also while she is the โ€œhead chefโ€ of the house Iโ€™m always there in our tiny kitchen helping with the meal prep and whatnot. But when itโ€™s time to do that dishes, that is 100% me doing it solo.

So am I the asshole for just wanting to cook a fucking bowl of pasta or something that doesnโ€™t required 47 dishes and over an hour?

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When you are cooking with garlic, people always tell you how great it smells, but if you had a garlic candle, people would find that weird and offensive.
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If cabbage is in season, cheap and plentiful where you live, here is my COMPLETE GUIDE TO MAKING MEDITERRANEAN STYLE CABBAGE ROLLS. Perfect if you are cooking to a tight budget, taste soooo good - and I guarantee there will be NO funky, cabbagy pong.
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Share a story of one of your humorous cooking fails - even if it wasn't funny at the time

We all have one (or more).

Here's a classic of mine. I decided to make homemade pizza for my then-teenaged daughter. It was a spur of the moment decision, but I had all the ingredients, including homemade sauce and grated mozzarella in the freezer.

We assembled the pizza together, topping our creation with sauteed veggies and sprinkling on cheese from the unmarked Ziploc freezer bag.

The time went off but the cheese wasn't melted yet.

I gave it more time. Still not melted. Strange. The crust was getting pretty brown, so I stuck the pizza under the broiler. Nothing.

We were quite hungry, so we pulled it out of the oven. She took a bite, looked at me in astonishment and blurted out: "POTATOES!".

The unmarked bag contained shredded potatoes, which looks quite a bit like mozzarella.

We were still laughing so hard that we were crying when the pizza delivery guy arrived...

I label my bags now.

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[TOMT][MOVIE][Last I watched the movie was in 2012] Movie where girl gets kidnapped and forced to cook for kidnapper. We later find out that the food she is cooking is human meat from the previously kidnapped girl.

Basic kidnapping and escape movie, but what stood out is the kidnapper has dinner with his parents. He talks and argues with them, only his parents are fully frozen and he keeps them in a walk in fridge when he's done with them. Kidnapper was a trucker I believe and he has a dog, which he buys dog food for. He doesn't buy any food for himself just kidnaps a girl to cook for him and be his next meal.

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Cooking and baking are helping me through seasonal depression and Iโ€™m so happy.

This is the first time Iโ€™ve truly felt sad and not motivated because of the weather. Itโ€™s been grey for basically a week and a half straight, Iโ€™m freelancing right out of college and shit is confusing, and it feels like everything is just on loop.

Thankfully I have cooking and baking to give me some sort of purpose...I know it sounds dramatic. But just knowing that I can cook for others and theyโ€™llโ€”hopefullyโ€”enjoy it is really cheering me up.

Iโ€™ve spent a lot of free time after work these days trying new recipes and stuff. Helps a lot. Iโ€™m sure there are others who use cooking as an outlet and I hope youโ€™re doing well.

Cook on, my friends.

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Got my GCSE 3 hour cooking practical tomorrow. Wish me luck!

Hey everyone! Just wanted to say I have my food preparation exam tomorrow. Itโ€™s 3 hours and I have to cook 3 dishes - Iโ€™m doing a plaited bread loaf, carbonara and savoury choux buns with a creamy mushroom filling. Itโ€™s worth 35% of my grade.

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Outdoor Cooking with Burak v.redd.it/tksyel8myl541
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The only cooking tutorials you'll ever need
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Hereโ€™s another cooking video v.redd.it/bw9z061d31e41
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COOKING MEGATHREAD!

Collect your recipes and ask questions about cooking in this thread!

(Separate posts are ofcourse still allowed, this is just a hub :) )

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Rikerโ€™s cooking appreciation thread youtu.be/1C-i7J9ZLuM
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That horrific sound of devo cooking up early game!
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I'm not cooking
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I have a ยฃ100 Amazon voucher. What kitchen item(s) would rock my world (and possibly step my cooking up a notch)?

The only gadget I currently own is a blender. And I have a cast iron pan. That's it. Everything else are standard kitchen utensils.

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Alison Roman (of NYT Cooking/Bon Appรฉtit) is an icon of totally achievable style.

https://imgur.com/a/bnBpKqU

I've always been attracted to styles that are classic (not overtly "fashionable," if that makes sense?), effortless, and laid back. In addition to her cooking videos being super fun, my admiration of her style is part of what draws me to her videos. I also love her minimalist accessories.

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Gordon Ramsay wants to judge your cooking, what meal do you present to him?
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Finally got that 99 cooking. Time to get a nice cape :)
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I always thought that wax paper and parchment paper were the same thing but they aren't, and wax paper is not nonstick paper for cooking. Googling what to do with wax paper only seems to yield lifehacks, what on earth are you SUPPOSED to do with wax paper then?

All I ever used it for in my life was to slide down the slides at the playground faster as a kid. What on earth is the actual intended use for wax paper?

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Who remembers when Jeannie said that when they hit 1million subscribers she'll take off her shirt? Please don't, can we have a cooking video instead? Cooking video please??
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Native American cooking?

Every culture in the world has their own unique cooking style, but I havenโ€™t found a lot of stuff on native North American cooking online despite my searching. Does anyone here have any experience with native North American food? What styles of cooking are used, and what things are cooked? Obviously things vary with tribes and locations, but I am curious about all of it.

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Fluffy little potato checking to see if the cooking's done gfycat.com/tastyportlyindโ€ฆ
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My late great-grandmother, during WW2, teaching her small southern Italy town's kids to read and write, while also cooking for her family of 8. The cute child trying to help is my grandma.
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Cooking is super easy, barley an inconvenience.
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Holy fucking cooking hell! I just cooked Gordon Ramsey's scrambled eggs and I am SHOOK

Cannot believe I didn't know about this recipe until YouTube suggested a 4min video of it. I will NEVER make scrambled eggs another way and I cannot begin to FATHOM ordering scrambled eggs from regular breakfast places again lol. It is literally egg perfection. Why doesn't every single chef cook them this way?? Insanity. Makes me want to start an egg truck haha. I even used sour cream instead of crรจme fraรฎche and it was still flawless. Anyway, my life has changed forever. 2020 is gonna be a good year.

Video: https://youtu.be/PUP7U5vTMM0

Recipe Link: https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/recipes/scrambled-eggs/

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Cooking pot helmet, strapping tape & fireworks are a recipe for... v.redd.it/2p6vhpaothj41
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Since this a cooking subreddit now
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I (F26) have been trying to develop new skills: coding, cooking, football, learning third language (Spanish) and meditation for the past few months. Unfortunately, I am still not as good in any of them, even though I want to make it work.

Hi,

I feel like failing badly. Even though I am self teaching and trying to.

  • practice coding (web development)

It feels like I am unable to overcome the beginner phase. I have been trying to learn coding (on and off) since 2016. I still havent made any project of my own. I cannot say I have the skill yet. I do understand the basics. I have taken few online courses. Collaborated with other partners to build projects. I am still in the html/css/ JavaScript phase. I am not the most skilled and my knowledge is little. I have used the free code academy and other resource such as Github but it always seems like I am no where near being a coder. The more I get deep into it, the more I feel I am still far from โ€œprofessionalismโ€ I dont want to give up the hobby. I just want to do well and be able to โ€œshow off my workโ€

  • cooking (baking and cooking stuff)

As with cooking, I have learned few tricks specially with baking. Still my recipes are incomplete and I dont prefer my own cooking

... keep reading on reddit โžก

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Burak back with more crazy cooking v.redd.it/harmvt6855j41
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Now that weโ€™ve all survived Christmas, what kitchen mishaps, cooking atrocities, or other shenanigans did you witness (or do yourself!) at this holidayโ€™s meals?

My grandmother minced an entire head of garlic using a paring knife. It took her 20 minutes.

My mother really over-whipped the whipping cream.

Also, my pie was underdone ๐Ÿ˜ต whoops! Nobody complained, and the whole dang thing got eaten, but I definitely noticed.

Edit: AND! My dad mixed his red wine with Zevia (soda) ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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Posted this a while back but wasnโ€™t very successful. Since this is a cooking sub now I thought this would fit
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What is that one smell from a single ingredient that really gets you pumped to get cooking?

For me it's rinsed and freshly torn Italian parsley

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With 2.5 MILLION subscribers, r/Pewdiepiesubmissions is the LARGEST cooking subreddit! Congratulations!

(next week we're turning into a gardening subreddit, stay tuned)

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I heard this subreddit became a cooking group so I baked a pewdiepie cake ๐Ÿฐ(hopefully someone hasnโ€™t already done this it isnโ€™t gardening week yet because then i have small pp)
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A cooking spoon I electrified
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Imagine him actually cooking these recipes and rate them
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https://www.instagram.com/p/B8g90OMHE-b/?igshid=11rz99kn8lgaf

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What's a big No-No in cooking ?
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So after drunkposting a picture of me cooking bacon in a college level skillet, I went and got a pan! #12 lodge. Cooked in it almost every day since. Been a couple months. Loving it.
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My apartment still smells like dinner from Wednesday night. What's the best way to reduce cooking smells?

I pan seared and oven roasted some chicken with a side of roasted asparagus on Wednesday. I had fans running with my porch door open to help ventilate. I came home Thursday evening and it still smelled like chicken. This morning it still smells like chicken. it doesn't help that my kitchen is tucked into a corner of my apartment with no immediate ventilation either.

So what's the best way to get rid of these smells?

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