Message from Louis Loire - NY in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #cooking

2017-07-24 20:55:44 UTC  

@Louis Loire - NY for real. My grandma taught me a lot of Polish recipes. Some nights I just have to have a Polish meal of latkes, golabki, pierogies, and kielbasa.

2017-07-24 20:57:36 UTC  

simple Euro recipes require excellent ingredients that is the only thing that can be hard

2017-07-24 20:58:15 UTC  

Exactly. It's mostly peasant food. I think the simplicity of Euro food is what makes it so good.

2017-07-24 21:00:19 UTC  

as Gordon Ramsey would say SIMPLE RUSTIC QUALITY INGREDIENTS lol

2017-07-24 21:00:35 UTC  

This is how they STILL do it in France

2017-07-24 21:00:51 UTC  

you have local markets and bakers and you buy fresh baked bread every morning

2017-07-24 21:01:18 UTC  

And you eat meals with others... it's a beautiful tradition

2017-07-24 21:01:39 UTC  

@Louis Loire - NY lmao Gordon is my muse. I love that dude. Inspiring cooking.

2017-07-24 21:02:04 UTC  

plus mostly everyone in France cuck or non cuck is woke on the Monsanto question

2017-07-24 21:02:11 UTC  

makes a massive difference

2017-07-24 21:02:45 UTC  

When I visited NYC, the farmers markets they had every weekend were amazing. We have some farmers markets with decent produce and meats here in Florida, but nothing like NY

2017-07-24 21:04:57 UTC  

I go very often its the only place to get real stuff and raw milk or at least low temp pasteurized most people don't realize once you get about 45 mins north of the city NY turns into farms

2017-07-24 21:05:02 UTC  
2017-07-24 21:05:40 UTC  

Tartine bread in San Francisco is nationally renowned for their modern approach to old world techniques with baking.

2017-07-24 21:06:25 UTC  

For all of you home bakers I highly recommend their book

2017-07-24 21:06:46 UTC  

Everything I know about bread is here.

2017-07-24 21:06:50 UTC  

The guy who wrote it is named Chad... nuff said

2017-07-24 21:07:36 UTC  

The Chad Baking

2017-07-24 21:09:08 UTC  

^ new alt-right baking channel featuring @Marlow @Louis Loire - NY and @Alexander B. - SC

2017-07-24 21:09:31 UTC  

Dude we're gonna have such awesome food in the ethnostate

2017-07-24 21:10:07 UTC  

we do really have to get together and film some cooking alt right style I think that could catch on

2017-07-24 21:10:25 UTC  

there are a few good youtube channels I follow European Kitchen being one

2017-07-24 21:12:55 UTC  

I'm a manager at a McDonalds, I"m the real cook :^) :^) :^)

2017-07-24 21:13:29 UTC  

@Louis Loire - NY first step, turn on the gas. Gonna want that oven real hot folks

2017-07-24 21:14:32 UTC  

616 all day baby

2017-07-24 23:05:21 UTC  

That bread looks so good 😋

2017-07-27 01:59:09 UTC  

Anyone got any great steak marinade recipes they'd like to share?

2017-07-27 02:50:56 UTC  

What kind of flavor profile are you going for, my dude?

2017-07-28 02:07:23 UTC  

I've been big into the soy sauce based stuff lately, like last week I did a soy ginger marinade with some chili garlic in it that turned out pretty awesome.

2017-07-28 04:48:24 UTC  

Oosh nice

2017-07-28 04:48:42 UTC  

Have you ever used fish sauce?

2017-07-28 04:50:07 UTC  

= parts "three crabs" brand fish sauce and sugar. Then add minced ginger/garlic/shallot/scallion/mint/basil makes for an amazing marinade if you enjoy Asian flavors

2017-07-28 04:51:39 UTC

2017-07-28 04:53:23 UTC  

Whisk the sugar around in the sauce, and as it sits it'll slowly dissolve in.

2017-07-28 04:55:45 UTC  

I have actually never cooked with Fish Sauce. I definitely have to try it out

2017-07-28 04:57:04 UTC  

A sidenote on soy, use it conservatively as it is likely that it lowers testosterone.

2017-07-28 13:44:10 UTC  

Fish sauce is one of my favorite things to use as a marinade. You can't substitute the flavor of fish sauce with anything else. It's really unique, especially if you love those Asian flavors as much as I do

2017-07-29 03:09:53 UTC  

Hungarian Cucumber and Tomato Salad

2017-07-29 05:56:00 UTC  

Hard earned Pro-Tip: Wash your hands immediately after cutting or handling any kind of hot pepper, especially if you plan on scratching yourself at any point in the near future.

2017-07-29 05:56:25 UTC  

Alternatively, have a box of disposable gloves handy in your kitchen.

2017-07-29 05:57:19 UTC  

@Erika you gotta tell me what's going on with that dish