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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Feeling Supersonic, Dec 4, 2014.
hey now,there's nothing wrong w/ food pron as long as there's bacon involved.
I don't understand food pics. Who the fvck cares what anybody else eats. I guess I'm "unconnected" too though. Plus the pics are usually really average looking dishes.
Wow! A hamburger! Really!
Im an enigma....Im a leo but I dont like to show off or brag...kinda stresses the mind out
unless my gear pics are considered bragging....I didnt want to post here because that may be enough bragging to make me one.....
So what? Let em brag. Just nod and applaud.
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I am a jack-off artist.... Does that count?
I used to think just like you..but then I realised that the life is hard for everyone and people are just desperately seeking for something to make them happy and bragging is one of them... They are not particularly bad people, just trying to find something fancy in their life....
It is about loving food a LOT!!! I really feel like posting here the chicken tikka masala I'm cooking right now
I suppose. I like food quite a bit too and even used to cook for a living but the social media aspect of it escapes me....but obviously lots of people like to photo and post their meals. Of course a lot of people like Taylor Swift and One Direction too.
Gotta share some good recipes Lo!
You probably just want my dog head soup recipe.
I usually default to food network for new recipes and then tweak them. It's hard to find time for fancy cooking though. I've been meaning to try making risotto- never tried cooking it.
I make risotto at least twice a month. I'm italiano
Waiting for risotto recipes ...
Anthony Bourdain loved this one. It's a different take on it.
Once again, we see how quickly a thread about anything on the Marshall Forum can turn into being about food.
Food is good.
It's Marshall's fault. Ever since that put out that fridge...
I'm holding out for the full stack version.
Many ways to skin a cat.
Long, traditional way. Sate your rice in butter and garlic at medium heat until slightly golden brown and then progressively add chicken broth as you constantly stir to produce the creaminess that you need. Remember to stir deeply into the pan, you don't want anything sticking to the bottom. Continue to stir in broth until the rice is cooked. Finish off with some asiago or parmesan cheese. Eat within 10 min.
Short way, some restaurants do this Cook your rice as you would normally do. On a pan, sate garlic in butter until golden, add some heavy cream, and parmesan, lots of it. Mix in rice in the pan and season appropriately.
Do you recommend a particular kind of rice? I usually use Basmati at home.