Do you want to eat at home more often, but your kitchen is a mess and it’s making you want to dial a take-out number? Here are a few easy, inexpensive kitchen setup ideas that will get you ready to cook at home in no time.
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Beef Bulgogi: one meal for 3 types of eaters
Tonight’s dinner was a perfect example of how I modify dinners for different members of my family. My starting-point recipe was this excellent Korean Beef Bulgogi from Damn Delicious. (FYI, this is a great site to visit if you want to learn how to cook Korean food.)...
Road tripping in the time of Covid
After a four-day road trip at the end of May, I am living in California once again. Yes, I just moved halfway across the country in the middle of a pandemic. People who know me would not be too surprised by this. I tend to move a lot. And even though I am now quite experienced at it, there were definitely some new challenges this time around.
Cook and see what happens: how to make meals and memories
I don’t know about you, but this Coronavirus has certainly stretched my creativity when it comes to home cooking. I suddenly have no reservations about putting together a bunch of ingredients that normally wouldn’t share the same meal, let alone the same pan. But you know what? If there is a time to experiment in the kitchen, that time is now. You will make not just a meal, but some memories in the process.