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 No.755[Reply]

Hello there dear sushis!!
have you ever try making curry? do you have a favorite recipe? spicy or sweet? any good advice for curry?

>lately i'm very into making the le blanc curry but i want to use a good coffee and chocolate.
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 No.863

>>859
Chocolate in curry? Like putting in cocoa powder?

 No.865

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I cook curry almost every week. It's just so delicious, easy to make and provides nutritious food for several days.

My Curry

ingredients:
- 400g fresh mushrooms
- 400g fresh chicken breast
- 3-4 carrots / alternative: pumpkin (cooks quicker, so add later!)
- 2-3 onions
- 1-2 potatoes
- 1 red bell pepper
- oil / (optional) oil from roasting spring onions (great taste enhancer)
- water

spices:
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 No.866

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My friends, simply acquire this export of glorious nippon state.

 No.867

>>866
But where's the fun in that?

 No.868

>>863
Just a square of dark chocolate!



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 No.833[Reply]

Last night I made Tuna steaks, broccoli and yellow peppers sauteed in soy sauce, fried brussel sprouts topped with kewpie, some kimchi, and a fried tortilla.
All washed down with a golden sip.
What did you have for dinner?
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 No.849

>>845
I bet it would be good if you put a simple cheese sauce instead of the tomato paste
Because at that point it's just mac and cheese with hot dogs, and that's a classic childhood meal. For me at least

 No.851

>>833
Chicken kimchi salad with homemade mayo
miso soup with jalapenos and tofu
rice with added instant oatmeal
later had edamame and a can of baked beans as a snack. The baked beans were wayyy too sweet and there was too much of them, but I can't be bothered to toast bread to go with em because I don't have a toaster so I have to wait for my ovens broiler to warm up and I think it uses too much electricity too.

 No.852

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made myself a little cheese and bread plate with some beer

 No.856

The souls of the damned

 No.864

Today I had rice pudding with cinnamon, allspice and lavender, a banana and some cashews.



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 No.799[Reply]

hello sushis. hot dog conosiour here. what do u put on your hot dog? i usually go with ketchup, dijon, relish, and kraut.
cant go wrong with a hot dog :-)
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 No.806

>>805
I have a "Chicago dog" every time I end up in O'hare airport for a layover. Very tasty, the pickled pepper on it is a really good topping.

 No.807

>>806
> o’hare
God rest your soul

 No.808

>>807
Hah, layovers suck but to be honest I'm always so tired that they all suck more or less equally, regardless of what airport I end up at. I'm just happy I'm able to travel to see family and such.

 No.860

Crispy fried onions are the best.

 No.862

If you have ever been to a convention or concert or other big event, and seen those street vendors out front with the grill carts grilling hot dogs, buy one. They are the absolute best and I always get one when I have the chance, even though they are usually a bit overpriced.

Here in California they are always wrapped in a strip of bacon, and usually the vendor will add ketchup, mustard, mayo, grilled onions, and a piece of jalapeno if you ask for it. It may just be a California thing, I'm not sure. They taste amazing fresh off the cart and usually cost $6 or $7. If it's a big event, the venue will be swarming with grill carts.



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 No.824[Reply]

Does my lasagna looks nice?
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 No.828

it looks super good!

 No.829

>>824
lookin good
I've never made lasagna before
Do you have any tips?

 No.830

>>825
>that image
Isn't this a flash game? I could swear I played this on /f/ at some point. Source me someone, please!

 No.832

>>830
It's Air Pressure, made in renpy, there was a flash port too, yes.

 No.857

What is the white stuff on top?



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 No.543[Reply]

How do you like your Coco? Milky? White? Dark? 100% pure and bitter?
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 No.840

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サメチョコ!!

 No.841

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Aerated chocolate is my favorite. It seems to be quite underrated compared to other types.

 No.842

Mostly been fan of white choco, but recently began liking dark chocolate more
>>841
holy shit I want Aero now

 No.854

I have ate a chocolate from Russia, oh my… it was so delicious. I can feel some sort of sweetness and bitterness, that's the best chocolate I ever eat in my life. I wish I can eat it again someday. I forget which brand it was, but I'm pretty sure it's from Russia because my Mom's friend gave it to me

I'm not from Russia but my Mother's friend's husband is working in Russia

 No.855

Right now I have several bars of 92% Intense Dark Ghirardelli chocolate in my pantry, and I like it a lot. Once I run out though I think I will try their 86% instead.



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 No.2[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Lets have a tea thread! What are you guys drinking, whats you're favorite kind of tea?
Here is a nice cup of green tea.
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 No.752

>>751
It's Kombucha, tea fermented with bacteria and yeast. It has a strange sour and sweet taste and is a bit fizzy. It's interesting and I'd recommend at least trying it. To be honest I avoided it for a long time just because it's one of those things that crazy people and sketchy magazines my grandma reads ascribe ridiculous and nonsensical health benefits to, but it actually tastes good so who cares.

 No.777

I need to thank the sushi that recommended yuuki-cha a while back. I'm going to buy some stuff there soon.

 No.778

>>777
Lucky post! You win!

 No.794

>le mass replier arrive

Sipping on some oolong loose leaf right now, kind of fruity + nutty flavour, like apricots and almonds. Really nice stuff, I wish I saved the packaging so I knew what it was and I could rebuy, pretty sure it's from Taiwan though. I always brew grandpa style nowadays because I broke my favourite teapot. I really need to invest in a new one, I miss the ritual of it all.

>>54
Unless tea is high in tannins (these will make you nauseous and feel sickly), you might as well brew it until it's strong enough to be to your taste. Worth noting that if you brew a lot of tea for long enough, it does turn into a moderate stimulant, they used to drink it in the gulags. I used to use it during university for studying, after a glass of it you won't sleep for a minimum of two days, and surprisingly it doesn't seem to hit hard, at least for me, at all. It's quite smooth, and the only side effect I've felt were mild hallucinations after the first couple of minutes of drinking. If you have a weak heart though it'll probably be pretty dangerous.

>>69
On my list now, sounds really novel. I've never had a very smoky tea before.

>>418
If you ever decide you want a couple new members I'd love to get an invite, but I won't hold my breath. Sounds comfy though.

>>481
Kombucha is really lovely, it's a pity it's quite hard to get some around here. It's a great treat once in a while.
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 No.850

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I got loose leaf tea for the first time the other day, pretty fun. I have a black tea with clove, ginger, and orange peel, and then I got something called Genmaicha which is like green tea with little popped rice kernels in it. It's really good and smells especially amazing, very toasty.



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 No.1[Reply]

Obligatory sushi thread time.
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 No.496

>>492
rice cookers are as low as $10. expensive ones are expensive, the target off brand one is cheap. Both make white rice nearly perfectly.

 No.502

Sushi in Japan is great.
Will probably get some more soon, although I don't want to spend too much money on food.

 No.503

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The only sushi bar near me just got a Sushi Proficiency Certificate from Hirotoshi Ogawa. I won't be able to check if it means anything because I am mad broke.
If you are willing to pay € for my dinner, find me on Gaia Online.

 No.843

Had sushi tonight for the very first time. I really like eating fish and rice in general but for some reason I didn't really enjoy it. The rice was really gummy and soft, even hard to swallow at times. Also, I was feeling almost full just by eating a bunch of nigiri and maki. Is all sushi like this or I just had a bad experience?

 No.844

>>843
That's tough to say without having tasted it myself and without knowing what kind of restaurant you got it from. Obviously, production-line sushi like at a hospital restaurant isn't going to very good. I don't know if other places are like this, but where I live sushi is so popular that pretty much every Asian takeaway restaurant sells sushi, even if the cooks have a Thai or Chinese culinary background, which can also lead to varying quality. I had to go to a couple of sushi bars before finding one that made good sushi.
I personally wouldn't describe well-cooked sushi rice as gummy or difficult to swallow, it should be fluffy and have a firm bite, but I guess that might depend on your palate. Also, sushi is a full meal so you should feel full after some nigiri and maki.



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 No.254[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What do you guys eat for breakfast?

i usually eat fried eggs, coffee with milk and sometimes i buy something to eat at uni
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 No.822

>>821
THAT'S GROSS! I bet you're like 19 and smoke montego reds and have your coffee black.

Could you please try not to get any cooler?

 No.823

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With some vegetable powders included.
I also use a meal replacement powder in the morning as well. I've been trying to change up my diet since I found myself going to fast food joints constantly.

 No.831

I've made pressed avocado toast before but usually in the morning I'll eat some eggs and ezekiel bread. I should probably cook larger meals.

 No.836

>>254
I like bagels with cream cheese or eggs with toast or eating nothing and just having coffee.

 No.837

Bagels with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers is my GOAT breakfast
Or eggs benedict but that's way too high effort for me 99% of the time



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 No.134[Reply]

sup sushirolls upload your cookbook pdfs, tasty recipes, and pics of recipes you've made here!
if you think cooking is not awesome go watch shokugeki no souma
>pic check out the castiron takoyaki pan i found

i'll start

heres a torrent for the modernist cuisine book series pdfs
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heres a book on the science of cooking
https://mega.nz/#!hYRS0bIL!UwaP9XA-MykP-JkheBMniD-x8RQBJ_kJyir0PLuhIUQ

heres another book on japanese bbq/grill
https://p.fuwafuwa.moe/jjjapm.epub

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 No.813

>>812
Are you the same person who posted on Lainchan about how you're so superior to Americans because you (incorrectly) think that Americans don't eat apples?

 No.814

>>812
lol
to be fair, my friends are incredibly picky eaters. Which makes me sad, I never get to go out to cool restaurants with them.

 No.815

>>813
No, I'm not that ignorant, I know apple pie is an American thing. I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason. I guess it's not fair to rag on Americans for that, they inherited the British penchant for absolute shit taste.

>>814
What do you mean by cool restaurants tho? Even if you only eat steak and stuff there's plenty of great ones, almost no matter where you are.

 No.816

>>815
>I just also know that offal is not really considered something you eat in the Anglosphere for some inane reason.
Yeah I want to cook with it some more. It's very cheap and makes cooking fun when it's something you've never had.
>What do you mean by cool restaurants tho?
Just like, any kind of foreign cuisine really. Steaks or pizza or whatever is fine, but I'd like someone to go get sushi with or something y'know

 No.817

>>815
Taste is subjective, roll.



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 No.533[Reply]

Any of y'all make bread? I got some sourdough starter recently and I've really been enjoying keeping it alive and experimenting.
Other than bread, do you have any things you like to bake on a regular basis?
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 No.775

Rye flour is my nemesis. Every time I bake with it, my bread comes out too thick and dense, even following the recipes I find exactly.

 No.783

Initialized my first (rye flour (rour dough? (rawr dough?))) sourdough starter yesterday, seeing signs of life, just gave it its first snack. Hyped to make my first real sourdough bread when it's past the initial phase. Also wanna try mixing in a dollop of starter into pancake batter.

 No.784

>>783 returning, and I uh, underevaluated how much life there'd be in this thing. Put it in too small a jar that it filled about 2/5 the way of, just noticed it has bubbled up to the point it's past the brim slightly pudging out and pushing up the loose lid.
Lucky I spotted it before I fell asleep, and have a twice as large clean jar on hand.

 No.785

>>784 again and not intending to spam but god dang, just gave the starter a sniff while giving it its second snack and it's smelling like some kind of luxurious belgian beer, kinda like a blonde Leffe. Was considering feeding it wheat flour as well but really want to know the full extent of the direction it's already going in. Maybe I'll split it into two cultures, one exclusively rye, one 50/50 rye/wheat feeds.

 No.795

Hoping someone can answer this. I like to make flatbread and I have my own technique but I've seen a lot of people say that to cook roti/naan/ect the pan has to be super hot, dry and cook for at at least a minute on each side. Whenever I've tried cooking bread like this it ends up burning almost instantly while the rest of it is barely cooked. Usually I cook it on medium with some oil and its super tasty but I'm wondering if I'm doing anything wrong with that other method.



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