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When I cook, yes, of course it is with the fundamental goal of preparing something to eat which will nourish my body, or at least sate my hunger, in theory providing some of the needed nutrition I require to continue functioning. Pay no attention to anything coming out of my deep fryer. Beyond that, there’sContinue reading “It’s About Respect for the Food”
I used to listen to a podcast that was centered around travel to Disney World. For those not already aware, the food options there are diverse in terms of cuisine and price point, although the quality ranges from amazing to mediocre. One of the team members, Kevin, frequently did “dining reviews” of the various eateries.Continue reading “It’s No Greater Effort to Cook Good Food”
Want to learn how to cook but don’t know where to start? Cooking with rice is a great way to learn how to work with basic ingredients. The first episode of AspieTV (the first cooking show with an entirely autistic production cast and crew) teaches you some simple recipes to start. Watch their first videoContinue reading “Rice, Rice, Baby”
Kitchen Essentials If you’re just starting out, what are some essential tools and tips to keep in mind while you’re working away at your best Gordon Ramsey duplicate? Well, for starters, you need to make sure that your kitchen has the necessary base in which to build from. TL;DR- Chef’s knife, rubber spatula, whisk, pans (allContinue reading “Kitchen Essentials”
We want to reward our students who go out to their way to grow food and raise livestock humanely and sustainably. Because our theme is eggs, we’ve decided to start by sharing photos of chickens you all have raised on our Facebook, WordPress, and Twitter pages. If you would like your chicken featured in oneContinue reading “How to submit your chicken for a feature on our pages”
Let’s Crack an Egg, like many other Facebook groups, offers users the option to mentor other users or find someone to mentor them. You can apply to become a part of their program in less than five minutes. You can find the link to the Mentorship page for your group in the header of theContinue reading “How to mentor someone on Facebook”
As we begin an unprecedented era of loneliness, we must accept that it is the time to become self-sufficient. We cannot rely on the network of retail and service professionals that we once took for granted. It was unfair for us to always expect them to be there for us. Learning to cook can beContinue reading “In a time of plague, the best way to protect yourself is to be self-sufficient.”