Monday, June 25, 2012

Cow's Bone Structure

Macaroni & Cheese

"Absolutely Fucking AWESOME Macaroni -and all from one pot":

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Cannabutter (with Samuel L. Jackson)

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YouTube Channels

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Food Wishes
One Pot Chef's Home-style Cooking!
Michael's Home Cooking
Cooking with Dog
Dave Can Cook
Show Me The Curry!
Dede's Mediterranean Kitchen
Nicko's Kitchen
BBQ Pit Boys


Here is a link to the channel that archived the videos:

Shopping Guides

"Guide for the First-Time Food Shopper":

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"Week of Simple Meals":

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"/ck/ Center For Kids Who Want To Be Frugal And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too":

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"How to Stop Eating Take Out and Have a Prepared Kitchen for Cooking Great Meals":

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"Anon's List of Healthy Poorfag Eating and Cooking":

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/fit/ leaks into /ck/ on occasion.  This is relevant.  

"Eat /fit/ for Cheap":

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Chicken with Mustard

Protein Bars

Ramen How-to

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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Pork-Asparagus Salad

Ceviche & Spinach Salad with Gazpacho Dressing

Berbere Chicken Salad

Authentic Britfag Fish and Chips

Italian Meatballs

Armadillo Eggs

Chocolate Chip Blondies

Orange Blossom Cookies



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Simply Sara (a.k.a. Sinfully Sara)

Here is a link to the channel that archived the videos:

Chicken Corn Chowder

Spices Collaboration

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This infographic was created when photographs of a spice cabinet were uploaded to /ck/.  The information was compiled into an e-book and uploaded by Anonymous.  If you have a copy of the e-book, please e-mail it to

Garlic Confit


This blog is being created in the spirit of the "/mu/ - Essentials Archive" blog.

I wrestled over what name to use.  /ck/ does not have "essentials" lists, but instead utilizes verticals (series of photographs organized like a comic to illustrate the chronological steps of a recipe), infographics to display information about recipes, ingredients and techniques, and, more rarely, e-books.  More or less essential information with a focus on teaching quickly.  Threads themselves can even be resources for learning -- an example will follow this post.

With that in mind, and the format and familiarity established by the aforementioned blog, I've decided to share the name in its honor.  I hope to make this an invaluable resource for the residents and visitors of /ck/.

Please direct content that you wish to be published to for consideration.