So I made empanadas for the first time. It came out ok. I forgot to out raisins it. Then I had the problem of my empanadas not staying shut so they baked a lil funny. I tried! I want to try again and try other fillings. 1 month ago
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I’ve been baking pies, cakes, muffins… and I’m yearning to learn so much more.
I was also able to make hummus, pastas and a number viands (with the help of my kid’s nanny).
Wow, this is so exciting! I’m looking forward to make more goodies. My child is my inspiration. :-) 7 months ago
I’ve bought 2 recipe books from Amazon. Looking forward to cooking more meals! 8 months ago
I’ll be living in my own house beginning from June 1st until May of next year, so I’ll have access to a full kitchen and the freedom to use it whenever I want. That’s something that couldn’t be said for the first two years of my UPS experience, so this shouldn’t be too hard to accomplish.
I’m living with some very independent people, many of which have previous experience in living on their own, so they have experience cooking for themselves. I do too, I suppose, but I’ve rarely been in a position where I have free reign over an entire kitchen and its supplies.
The first step is acquiring a decent set of kitchenware, which will certainly be divided up amongst the housemates. Second step is to find a few recipes I’d like to learn and practice, practice, practice. I hope to one day be able to find a random assortment of ingredients and be able to whip up something edible and hopefully tasty. So then, becoming comfortable with one or more recipes would be a good place to start. 9 months ago
My mother has taught me how to cook roast chicken, chicken charming and fish fillets. I now also know how to make coleslaw and salad. I make sure to type the recipes up so I don’t forget them. There is a lot more that I want to learn, so this goal won’t be ticked off in a while.
I will be cooking roast chicken for the family this evening. 11 months ago