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“Eating Everything _______ “, Brightening Your Home Culinary Experience

June 15, 2019
[et_pb_section][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text]” Eating Everything _______” is a bold new series centered around exploring food culture, through cooking and education. Cooking the same foods at home is soooo passe. Growing up, I always ate the same food; every grocery store trip yielded the same results. On Sundays after church, we’d unload plastic-covered paper bags filled with packs of Tyson’s chicken wings — our primary source of protein — frozen veggies, and other miscellaneous items we kept in regular rotation, etc. But, every blue moon mom would cook something fresh and exciting! “Is this a keeper?” She’d inquire after we licked our plates clean. We’d all nod our heads or respond in approval, and from there we’d devour the dish, again and again, diversifying our revolving selection. Even with a full-time job, mom saw the significance of reinvigorating our tastebuds and injecting a sense of newness into the humdrum of weekly dinners. Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash This series is meant to keep that excitement for good ole’ home cooking alive and encourage openness to adopt new dishes into your weeknight dinner. We want to stop eating the same crap.all. the.time. But, we just don’t know what else to cook. And with some recipes, gathering ingredients and planning can be so complicated we lose the willpower to act. With this series, we’re going to try different cuisines, techniques, diets — EVERYTHING! I’ll be your guinea pig and trusted insight into how to properly source and cook different recipes, backing it up with cultural awareness. And, of course, trusted commentary on taste and experience. TWICE A MONTH, you can count on a new recipe to save, and a plan on how you’re going to brighten up your kitchen with new flavors. I’ll pick any one of the million food blogs to try recipes from all different avenues: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. And if, you aren’t interested in the trying out any of the recipes I’ve found, join the challenge by sharing your experience with something new. Sounds good? Be sure to subscribe for weekly check-ins on what’s going on at That F Word; I want you to be a part of this![/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]
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