Reading the comments to my Tasty Tuesday posts and the discussions created, definitely spark some of my most favorite foodie moments on this blog.
From “What’s Your Favorite Cookbook,” to “What’s the Weirdest Thing You’ve Ever Eaten?,” it’s so interesting to hear such a wide range of experiences.
One of the topics I desire to write more about are practical, hands on ways to create simple easy recipes. At first, it was just going to be a “Kids in the Kitchen” type of ongoing theme, but as I meet more young adults who don’t know how to cook, I guess these tips, recipes and ideas could be for them as well. So, would that category title inhibit them from searching through the archives? Maybe I need a better category for that? Any ideas?
The comments in the post, When Did You Learn to Cook? represent some of my favorite answers. The stories, heritage, and emotions (good and bad) create a thread that showcase the power of time spent together in the kitchen. If you haven’t read the comments, take a minute to do so. They are better than my post, by far. 🙂
Jumping from that topic, I would like to create a list of “first time” recipes. Would you mind brushing off those cobwebs and jog the memory, please. As I start brainstorming, I would love to tackle some of your recommended recipes with my children.
Is there a recipe or two that stands out in your memory as the first recipe that you learned to cook?
Do you still make it today?
Simple Rules for Tasty Tuesday Parade of Foods – If you’re joining in with a recipe link, two simple requests. As always, Please link directly to your recipe post and not your blog URL, so that everyone can find the recipe months from now.
Also, link back here so that everyone can join in the fun. MANY of you are not linking back, and it’s just common courtesy of blog carnivals.
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