To continue this tradition, we are going to look back at some our favourite things of the year. Food, is one of those things. We truly do love food – cooking & eating it.
When I was in my mid 20’s my friend T. gave me a Jamie Oliver cookbook. It was my first real cookbook. The kind that requires herbs & spices, & the right cookware.
“It’s perfect for dinner parties,” she told me.
I was still at the level of cooking where I had kind of mastered two meals. They were good, but experimenting in the kitchen sometimes brought disaster. I relied more on the how to <insert staple dish> recipe books, then cookbooks by famous chefs.
I expressed my self-doubt in my cooking abilities to T., but she responded with a “trust me, it’ll come in handy one day.”
She was right. Continue reading
1. Time to unwind with a glass of wine and chat with your roommate or significant other, as you set your own pace when preparing a meal.