What To Cook
Like I say, we all have to eat, so we may as well learn to cook so we can eat well. And since you’re here, you must feel the same way. Now the question becomes “What should I cook?” I ask myself that question sometimes multiple times a day, so this section is designed to help all of us out, myself included. First, we’ll look at buying fresh, seasonal ingredients. Your meals will almost always taste better the fresher and more locally you can source what you’re going to cook. There’s a reason why tomatoes don’t taste good in the winter and why you can’t find pie pumpkins in the summertime. Work with your local seasons when planning meals and deciding what to cook, not against them.