Food @4-ch

Food @4-ch

Feel free to talk about all kinds of food (not just Japanese food), recipes, cooking or eating out.
  • Discussion of drinks, alcohol etc is also fine.
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基本的には英語の使用を強く希望します。ただ日本語板の場合は日本語か英語。
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How do you pronounce 'gyro'? (40)

1 Name: Food Lover : 2007-11-10 16:26 ID:7jN1t8/r

I've always pronounced it jai-roh. My parents pronounce it jai-roh. I've never had a waiter or waitress point out that it was anything different when I've ordered one. A couple months ago I was talking about a gyro I had to an aquaintance and they had no idea what I was talking about. After I described it to them they said something like "Oh, you mean a gyro?", only they pronounced it sort of like 'year-oh' or 'euro'. What is the correct way to pronounce it? Are both ways acceptable, like tomato, or vase?

31 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-06-18 11:37 ID:LsOVQXMT

Raoh pwns them all, you fool!

32 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-06-27 03:19 ID:8M2LxCvY

It's "Jai-roh!" like "Gyroscope" ;)

33 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-09-25 06:27 ID:6FLRd2v4

hERO

34 Name: Heimlich : 2012-02-10 21:14 ID:BQu+N9ZM

from an american perspective, the g is silent the same as with the words gnome or gneiss, some historic relic left attached in the visual spelling, it can be difficult or even unwanted to change tradition.

35 Name: Lady Gaga : 2012-03-18 19:49 ID:My3U1FgG

I pronounced it "Lady Gaga".

36 Name: Mike Gooch : 2012-12-11 01:23 ID:SHfZNCvK

rusty trombone

37 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-12-24 20:45 ID:XMM/OXh+

Apparently it's supposed to be pronounced "yee-ro", but my Pittsburghian slang (I can thank my parents for that) causes me to pronounce it "jai-ro".

38 Name: Bug Pope : 2013-01-04 05:03 ID:CBcDXoFq

Jyyro

39 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-08-24 20:23 ID:H9rUHTWa

when I was in greece, they pronounced it yi-roh

40 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-08-27 22:54 ID:QDdJ1ZiX

go-yo-ruh

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TEA THREAD (12)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-04-07 21:30 ID:F38IU6m9

In this thread, we talk about tea. We talk about what we drink. What tea goes good with. What we mix with tea. Etcetera. Forever. Let it begin.

3 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-04-30 05:04 ID:9+Ld0I4E

Tie Guan Yin tastes good, the flavour is very rich.

Any white tea you'd recomend ?

4 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-05-07 13:12 ID:KX0Fl2zN

Silver Needle is my favorite. I'm no tea connoisseur, but I believe it is white tea. Has a subtle flavor that is both delicious and not overpowering. I'd suggest others to try it too.

6 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-05-25 03:52 ID:UEozbaFF

>>2
Whenever you see something that basically just says "Iced Tea" it's actually Black Tea.

7 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-06-04 07:08 ID:otQnMtWD

8 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-05-13 14:57 ID:rt+rgeDe

tell me more about loose puerh

9 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-05-20 04:46 ID:zAWb8VyE

i feel like most every website i have ever tried to order tea from has been mostly marketing. real life is the same. it makes me sad. i just want to know what kind of tea it is and where it's grown. if they can't tell me that, or if they're not selling it loose, i'm won't but it.

i like jasmine green tea. white tea is fine, but i burnt out on what i've got. both make really good iced tea, usually. i like to keep a pitcher in the fridge most of the time.

10 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-05-31 15:14 ID:An6i/Y9o

i love jasmine pearl tea, i love to eat the leaves too

11 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-06-05 03:43 ID:bVXPV73N

Lapsang souchong's pretty good, if you're into the whole smoky smell.

12 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-08-21 12:56 ID:K4+cY8+V

TEA! Teateatea. I just love drinks in general, but tea is my favorite.

Wuxi Oolongs! I'm trying to get my hands on some Da Hong Pao, I have some Tie Luohan but I'm trying to ration it because it's 2fresh2furious.

I really like the variations in sweetness and the potential for powerful savory tastes in Oolongs. Iron Goddess is a great place to start if you're looking for the weird suspension between flowery lightness and hearty fullness to the liquor, and there's so much room to explore.

Also so many re-steeps and better with every steep. You can sit with a liter of water in a thermos and steep until your bladder gives way then heat up more water and then keep going.

>>8
I wouldn't really advise loose Pu-er. Messes with the fermentation and stuff and dries out way too quick, go for cakes.

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gaynal sex (1)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-08-21 00:02 ID:QMX1b2Wj

gaynal sex

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how 2 food (1)

1 Name: bob : 2014-07-31 12:16 ID:414widex

so how do i make edible food

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Stir fry (3)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-04-22 02:37 ID:D8RsZPC7

I have a lot of steak that I want to stir fry. what's the best way?

also what else do you like to stir fry?

2 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-05-20 04:39 ID:MWx/FWW1

there is no best way.
the steps to stirfry are:

  1. prepare ingredients
  2. stirfry

i like to stirfry tofu and various vegetables. yu choy is good.

3 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2014-06-05 00:57 ID:400POWPw

Chicken stirfry's alright. I've been meaning to try shrimp stirfry, but I can never find it fresh around here.

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Easy, Simple Yet Useful Recipees [n00bs] (25)

1 Name: Alexander!DxY0NCwFJg : 2006-06-08 15:25 ID:QwnnJsgU

ITT simple recipees! Try to keep everything as simple and non-regional as possible. All manner of clarifications and explanations are welcome.

16 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-01-15 00:49 ID:Heaven

>>15

That crunchy brown crust is precisely why some people like eggs that way. The same way some people prefer barbecue over roast.

If you want sissy-white eggs, use lower heat and learn to handle them delicately.

17 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-01-19 22:17 ID:R6YjsnFL

Guacamole How I like it
2 Full Avocados
1 Red Onion
1 Tomato
1 Jalapeno
1 Lime
Salt

Take Two avocados (not too ripe) and scoop them into a bowl, mash it with a spoon or fork or whatever. Depends on if you like it chunky or not.

Take about a quarter of the red onion and chop into small pieces. Mix it in.

Take about a quarter or less of a tomato and chop it small. Mix it in.

Take a full Jalapeno chop it small. Mix it in.

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18 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-04-01 05:43 ID:F1Ahq9M9

mmm...sounds yummy. I usually just buy the pringles, but Imma try this with (tortilla) chips

19 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-04-03 05:15 ID:4u5XGp1i

You could also try tamagoyaki if you'd like your omelet to be all exotic and asian like. It's not hard to make, give it a try.

20 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-05-15 21:49 ID:xSOWTScI

Grilled Cheese + Tomato Soup

Ingredients:

  • Any sort of sandwich bread you like
  • Any sort of cheese you like
  • Butter (or margarine)
  • Can of tomato soup
  1. Bring a large pan to medium heat.
  2. Start cooking the can of soup.
  3. Spread butter on one side of each slice of bread. It sometimes helps to melt the butter first in the microwave if you have trouble spreading it.
  4. Make sandwiches out of your bread and cheese with the butter side sticking out. The butter is to prevent the bread from burning in the pan.
  5. Place the sandwich in the pan. Flip it over before it burns (usually a good time to flip it is right after it stops sizzling.)
  6. Serve with tomato soup and enjoy!

21 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-12-02 21:07 ID:sC8z3a/P

Very easy thing is a simply salad. Get lettuce, cucumber, tomato and carrot (those are my basic ingredients). You can add other things like onion etc though I never really bother out of laziness. Chop it all up, add lemon or lime juice, olive oil and salt and it is ready.

Note, when I make a salad I tend to use a whole lettuce, a whole cucumber, one tomato and one or two carrots. I have no idea whether anyone else does it like that.

22 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-02-03 12:13 ID:kn7yMeg7

  1. Get steak.
  2. Let it sit in teriyaki sauce for a while.
  3. Heat butter on a pan and fry the steak to your liking.
  4. Teriyaki steak!

23 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-02-05 18:26 ID:dsi+ff3+

  1. Blend soy sauce and mayonnaise half & half.
  2. Slice tuna block in 5mm thick.
  3. Dip tuna into the mayo-soy-sauce then eat.

24 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-08-22 21:14 ID:lunS34Rn

-Fried tomato tuna-

Ingrediens:

- 1 or 2 can(s)of tuna
- Curry ketchup or regular ketchup
- 1/2 or 1 onion

1. Cut the onion into small pieces
2. Use the tunas oil to cover the pan. However, don't use too much or it'll end up in a painfull and dirty mess
3. Heat up
4. Put in the onions and let them fry for a bit. Make sure it's not too hot or the onions will burn
5. Add tuna
6. Let everything cook for a while
7. Add ketchup to your favour
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25 Name: actual chef : 2013-12-13 05:57 ID:ltzPwWo6

oh good lord that is so not an omelette in any way or form.

>step 1) three whole eggs in a bowel, whipped thoroughly.
>step 2) heat saute pan to 180F once hot, butter pan
>step 3) pour beaten egg into pan, Immediately run spatula into the egg mix (slowly for large fold[american style] and quickly for thin fold [french style])
>step 4) butter sides of the omelette well after 90 sec of cooking and flip
>step 5)insert filling and fold into crescent on plate for american style
>step 6)fold one third over top to make brochure shape and fill with cheese or cream mixture
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What are you eating/drinking right now? (58)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2009-09-17 02:38 ID:HOJAS6NI

Kind of like What Are You Listening To Right Now, but for /food/ies.

Eating: Lays BBQ flavour crisps
Drinking: Orange juice from concentrate

49 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-12-07 01:07 ID:/1f80SRB

Potato soup with onions and carrots. I still can't tell if this is healthy or not

50 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-01-17 10:47 ID:4TPTIXF+

pizza my mom made (she's italian)
green tea

51 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-02-24 10:47 ID:zwRBA4um

Toast. Delicious toast.

52 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-04-25 03:54 ID:/gE80mWK

Diet Pepsi and chocolate cookie dough hershey bar.

53 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-08-22 20:01 ID:4UlGMsDT

Paprikás krumpli with a glass of water. Like all traditional Hungarian dishes, it consists almost entirely of meat, potatoes, calories and more meat.

54 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-09-07 02:50 ID:xUFxiD7R

Fried chicken and beer

55 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-09-08 13:02 ID:kQ4D4F+H

Water

56 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-10-06 19:06 ID:y8a3SRvu

Hot Dogs and Coke Zero

57 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-11-23 10:30 ID:1VmMz/q/

Oden and Beer

58 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-12-06 19:20 ID:jIZTfsW8

coke and kfc

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Melon-pan (40)

1 Name: シャナのオタクw : 2006-03-06 15:08 ID:EzKtGd07

http://www.lerman.biz/asagao/melonpan.html

Has anyone here tasted Melon-pan? Is it worth the effort to make? If you have a different recepie which you know is good, please post it.

31 Post deleted.

32 Name: cornshit : 2009-05-24 15:39 ID:vs0ClzjH

>>15
uh, is that soaked cardboard?

33 Name: cornshit : 2009-05-24 15:42 ID:vs0ClzjH

i'm gonna make one with corn.. hehe

34 Name: jane : 2010-10-06 18:04 ID:oHN7+gtu

if you want to know what melon bread looks like watch shagugan no shana(anime) shana eats it everyday for lunch

35 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-11-05 18:25 ID:nKoH4eKh

>>34
Thanks for bumping a 4 year old thread, Jerkface!

36 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-11-06 15:28 ID:zkR/oHar

>>35
And ironically you bumped it again..

BUMP

37 Name: Blueangelsmack : 2011-01-16 20:22 ID:PtaK2v5x

I found the melon extract online and ordered it. There is also a small shop in Washingtion DC that does specialty extracts that sales it.

38 Name: Blueangelsmack : 2011-01-16 20:32 ID:PtaK2v5x

I found melon extract on ebay for pretty cheap

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40 Name: Laura : 2013-08-24 02:14 ID:fvPasC56

Ive looked everywhere in Sydney but cant find where to exactly buy Melon Bread. I asked the breadtop ladies in Chatswood and they had no idea what i was talking about. My friend said she bought it there yet i couldnt get it. Made me so upset :P

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anyone tried what goes with rice??? (57)

1 Name: ever tried frog? : 2006-10-19 02:01 ID:Ylbfk/po

ever tried rice....
ummm.... rice that tastes good cause u can put almost anything with it....
rice with eggs...
rice with chicken...
rice with chicken noodle soup...
rice with eggplant...

name ur rice dish...

48 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-04-19 13:09 ID:EEBCrpvN

I am Japanese

The force required to protect the lives of the world world
Please help! There is little time remaining

Nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan is highly toxic plutonium around the world, strontium, iodine, threatened the health of people scattered cesium

Despite the radioactive material is scattered around the globe with just a single point of meltdown in the region of Japan

Japan, now lets spread radioactive material world of dark debris caked all over again in all 47 locations across the country!

Thank you, the government and the press

49 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-05-01 12:26 ID:7xLTbUNF

50 Name: a : 2011-05-02 15:06 ID:Tm3icNUa

I suspect that the Sea Shepherd Syndrome
The whales were telepathy
It's not surprising children
What Do something about the garbage floating on the ocean

51 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-07-01 10:49 ID:P0nV0iCl

Lived ghetto in Hawaii for awhile and we ate spam, rice, and eggs or Portuguese sausage, rice, and eggs sometimes twice a day. Cheapest meal you can get there. Rice, eggs over easy or sunny side up (runny yolks is key), "meat" of choice, soy sauce to flavor and blend with spatula. Add a dash of Tabasco if you're into that. It's good, I swear.

52 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-07-01 17:23 ID:RwfHtsU4

>>51
That sounds very Samoan. Fried eggs & rice with Spam, I mean. Not being "ghetto."

53 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-07-10 07:33 ID:F+DSvdOP

54 Name: Lady Gaga : 2012-03-19 19:42 ID:Qo4ZsTeG

Rice with monster sauce.

55 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-06-20 22:15 ID:bGy4KoWW

>>54
Krauser II, is that you?

56 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-12-07 01:09 ID:4DHf375U

Rice with a salad on top is always good. Plenty of onions and garlic, then mix in soya sauce and olive oil. So good...

57 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-08-22 20:20 ID:QE5Bnvra

Watch the Gaki no Tsuki rice cooking episodes. They're funny plus you can try out one or two dishes yourself since they're reviewing them on the spot

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Frozen Pizzas (24)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-03-18 04:36 ID:nW0HrSD7

Hey guys.

Just out of curiosity...what's the best brand out there?

At present, I typically get Digiornos or Digiornos deluxe, though I've been tempted to try Freschetta before too.

Also, am I the only one here who adds toppings? I typically dice a lot of green and red bell pepper to add to the mix, as well as a liberal amount of actual pepper sprinkled all over. I've tried putting ham on as well, and that wasn't too bad either.

15 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-05-21 01:35 ID:tNQ7sFUQ

>>14
You have observed something very significant.

You cannot have good pizza if the crust is not good. No matter how good the sauce and cheese and toppings are, if the crust is not good, it will ruin the experience.

There's a pizza buffet chain called CiCi's Pizza in various cities in the US. I tried one once in the 1990s and tried one a thousand miles away two years ago, and it was the same: the crusts of the pizzas tasted like old stale bread that had been sitting on top of the refrigerator too long. They seem to buy their crusts pre-made and put toppings on them and throw them in the oven. They also seem to be buying the frozen crusts from the lowest bidder.

Just so, when a pizza sits in the refrigerator and gets old and cold, what's the most disturbing, wrong thing about it when you try to eat it cold the next day? The crust usually has hardened and turned into bread-flavored concrete. If you microwave it, and the crust softens, it will be edible again.

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16 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-06-11 22:18 ID:I9q54dBp

Frozen Pizza's taste HORRIBLE.

The cheese is usually god-awful, the sauce is always overloaded, and the crust always sucks. Pizza Shops have amazing pizza's, which I always recommend. Domino's and Papa John's taste amazing, and of course if your a business hating faggot, you can always try some local stores, local pizza shops always taste good.

Also: Pizza is incredibly easy to make from scratch, if your THAT much of a cooking fag. I love homemade pizza's, but I'm not going to be one of those guys who hates eating out at places when you can make shit at home.

17 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-09-27 12:00 ID:ijrbX0wz

Chicago Town, motherfuckers.

18 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2010-09-30 22:24 ID:4JTUWY3G

I like Goodfellas deep pan/crust best. Never liked the thin stuff, or those godawful blocks 'o tomato toppings.

19 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2011-08-24 15:27 ID:YbQQag4c

Family pizza restaurants are the best

20 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-07-20 17:36 ID:N5KOPYEy

I like to microwave them enough to roll them up into a pizzarito and then bake them crispy and cut them into little round slices... It's one of the nicest ways I've found of making something crappy into something appetizing.

If I'm all by myself, though, I just roll it up and eat it, even if it's semi-cold in the middle still.

21 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-07-30 00:33 ID:Heaven

>>17
Seconding this guy.

Though, it's entirely possible he was me.

22 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2012-10-02 16:52 ID:gPABt3Jn

Don't know much about frozen pizzas. The only pizza I ever eat now is from a small neighborhood place that makes the best ones in the whole city. >>19 is right; pizza isn't worth eating unless you get it from a really good local place or you straight up make it from scratch.

The worst pizza I've ever had wasn't frozen, however. It is from Papa John's. There's too much cheese, the fucking pizza is chewy (pizza shouldn't be goddamn chewy) and I don't know what they put in that sauce, but every time I've ever eaten even one slice of Papa John's pizza I got the shits for the next hour at least. Fuck Papa John's, and fuck the idiot owner who appears on their commercials, because he's a goddamn liar.

23 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-06-04 03:42 ID:CyuZ4/HE

>>22
I think a lot of the quality difference has to do with whether the people who work in the restaurant care about making a quality product. From any chain, from any local restaurant, you can get good pizza or bad pizza. If the managers are trying to save money by not throwing away ingredients that are going stale, if the cooks just don't care and just go through the motions, you will get bad pizza.

In different locations, in different cities, I have had good pizza from a Papa John's and bad pizza from a Papa Johns. I have had good pizza from a Little Caesar's and bad pizza from a Little Caesar's. I have had good pizza in small independent restaurants and bad pizza.

24 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2013-06-29 13:19 ID:BNavxfOK

Not frozen, but if you live in the UK, some Asda stores have pizza counters where they make a fresh pizza for you. Then you take it home, refrigerate it, stick it in the oven for ten minutes, and enjoy.

Also, for leftover pizza:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWIJNaA-JNA

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