Message from MsNatSocialist in Vibrant Diversity #food-posting
Yeah, it helps binding process and aerates the mixture. Makes the scones become light and fluffy
Id kill for some of that right now. Weve got shitty doughnuts for breakfast as always.
Im not sure whos trying to kill us faster, our boss with the bad doighnuts and coffee or the criminals.
My inner Irish self is coming out! Hell yes! Stuffed potatoes!
you micks arent to imaginative are you
could you stuff your potatoes with something other than more potato and cheese?
on the scones
I make really good scrambled eggs and made scrambled egg sandwiches on brioche buns for breakfast for Parriah and I and they were delicious. No pics though because there wasn't a foodposing channel yesterday!
@YUGE - you put thickened cream in a bowl and you beat it until it forms stiff peaks. Then you put it on desserts.
It's not the type in an aerosol can.
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Question: is it white genocide if we post Asian food?
I dunno, you do though
not a lot
Stuffed potatoes with battered chicken
Oh there's a food posting channel now? I actually have a motivation to tryhard a bit now
@MsNatSocialist Those scones look good, you'd have all the britbong hooligans on your side
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Since we're potato posting, if you goyim want to make french fries from the potato just like the restaurants, make sure to par boil them for five minutes first, Makes them creamy on the inside, and extra crispy on the outside. https://coub.com/view/vgi41
For flavor, you can fry french fries with garlic too. If you live in Eastern North America, you can use ramps in place of Garlic. I always swap out garlic with ramps when they're in season.
Nice, I haven't ran into ramps too often here in Texas.
What the deuce is a ramp
Its an incline generally purposed for transportation across elevations
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Ramps are a species of wild onion that grows exclusively in Eastern North America. They're best described as a cross between onion and garlic in flavor, but sweeter and milder than both. In texture they're similar to green onions. They're also called wild leeks in some places. They can't be farmed because they take years to mature from seed to flower, so they're exclusively foraged. I'm still lucky in that all I have to do is walk five minutes down to some wooded hills to find thousands of wild ones.
Most people don't know this, but Chicago was actually named after these wild onions. The etymology of Chicago was a Francocization of the injun word Shakawa, which referred to these onions, as they were plentyful in the area where Chicago was founded.
Or not Shakawa, *shikaakwa, according to wikipedia.
Anybody growing anything this year? My sweet corn just silked today.