Wondering what steps you need to take to make cooking more enjoyable? The good news is that there are lots of ways you can ensure that your passion for food preparation stays with you – to learn more, read the following tips and suggestions!
Author Archives: Carma Spence
Steak. The king of meat. From the blue cheese smell of a raw, well-aged cut to the delectable, sweet, and smoky taste of a well-grilled chunk of beef, there’s nothing like it. But there’s nothing sadder than poorly cooked beef steaks. First of all, it’s a terrible waste of good food, and second, there’s no reason why you can’t have a steak like a professional chef.
We all heard understand, on some level, that eating a well-balanced diet is important for general health. But what does that mean on a practical day-to-day, in the kitchen, basis? Though it is important for each of us to discover what is best for our bodies, there are some basic principles that appear to benefit the majority of people. I will cover some of the more universal nutritional tips here.
Cooking is not an inborn skill. You learn how to cook through observation or training. The cooking process can be complicated, especially for someone who never had their parents teach them while they were young. Now that you’re an adult, you might feel embarrassed about your culinary skills, or worse, lack thereof. But no matter your skill level, there are ways to perfect your cooking. In this post, I share some simple techniques to help you master the basics of the culinary arts.
Food has a way of uniting and bringing joy to people. It is an art that uses scientific methodologies to create a unique result that tantalizes the taste buds. During the summer, people like to experiment and spend quality time with the family as they take time off from their busy schedules to create the perfect summer experience.
If you follow social media, you may get the impression that the whole world is vegan now. Celebrities and influencers advocate online about their plant-based diets and how great they make them feel. Meat, it seems, is evil, and its health value is in doubt. But are humans designed to be herbivores, eating only fruit, vegetables, and grains? Tooth marks on fossilized animal bones suggest that meat-eating has been around for at least 2.6 million years, so why should you stop now?
One of the biggest challenges for any parents is to get their kids to eat vegetables. Any parent (or aunt like myself) can empathize with trying to convince, cajole, or downright force their child to eat at least one vegetable. But are we going about things the wrong way? While we can certainly agree that it’s never easy to introduce vegetables to our kids, especially if we’ve been trying for a long time, here are a few things to consider to make it a more palatable experience.