In my very first post I claimed that, besides the impact on your personal finances, I could write ten more posts about other benefits of learning how to cook. I wondered, Hmmm, can I really think of 10 other benefits? Damn right I can: Eating deliciously is one of life’s simplest joys. ‘Nuff said. Your … Continue reading ten posts in one
Put down the McDonald's and back away slowly.
When I moved in with my husband over 10 years ago, I remember the first time he made me breakfast: some basic scrambled eggs, toast, and bacon. He made four strips of bacon. Four. I was like, “Where’s yours?” I grew up in a family of four and my Dad cooked a whole pound of bacon … Continue reading “who are you and what have you done with my wife?”
A nutrition degree and a dream.
“Some women, it is said, like to cook. This book is not for them. This book is for those of us who hate to: who have learned, through hard experience, that some activities become no less painful through repetition: childbearing, paying taxes, cooking. This book is for those of us who want to fold our … Continue reading i hate cooking
Learning to cook is crucial to personal finance. I’m passing along this info because I wish I’d realized at a much younger age that the effects of learning how to cook are much farther-reaching than keeping your body fueled. Adults will give you all sorts of advice about jobs, saving money, finding an apartment, avoiding … Continue reading begin your cooking journey now
The time has almost come for our first official official posts, rather than this soft opening of ours in which we've been bugging everyone we know to follow us on here and IG and to, oh yeah, contribute. Did we mention you should contribute? Our first posts will be up next Monday, June 20th. We hope you … Continue reading hello, it’s me