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Wednesday, March 25 2009
Mom had it all when it came to making dinner... remember coming home from a long day of school and basketball or football practice and walking into the familiar smells of delicious soups or Pot Roast meals? Getting back to that place is not as difficult as it may seem.

Many people treat cooking as a necessary evil... Sure, you can have Mac and cheese or Bologna sandwiches every night, but it is not healthy, nor will it be satisfying to the taste buds. Many others never cook at all because it is just too much of a hassle in making a good wholesome dinner after working a long day. Many exist on Chinese or pizza takeout and maybe a little beer to wash it down. Not a savory existence, for those who want variety and are tired of paying constantly to have mediocre food from the local burger joint.

If you grew up watching mom, you may have picked up a few tips along the way, like boiling water, frying an egg or making a toast. If you were real astute, you would have learned all of her recipes and now carry on the family traditions maybe even adding your own style and twists to the family recipes.

Cooking does not have to be a lousy chore that you believe is the worst of the worst things you have to do. But hey, you can always have another bowl of shredded wheat.

There are great cook books that contain basic recipes to whip up dinner in 30 minutes or less. It does not have to a complex process to make a nice chicken or vegetable dish that can provide a great meal to you and the family.

You can also think about taking a cookery or cooking course. These classes are offered everywhere and are a great way to get started. Local community colleges, adult community organizations or fully fledged cookery schools offer many variations or even night classes in the art of cooking. These classes can be geared toward easily crafting awesome dishes with a few simple ingredients.

You can easily sign up for a basic course to learn the art of water boiling, 3 minute egg boiling or full course meal preparation. When you think about it, learning to cook is a basic skill everyone should have, especially in today's economy. You can save a ton of money preparing your own creations instead of keep Joe's Burger Barn in business.

Cooking does not have to be a chore. Turn on your passion for creating healthy Meals for 2 or for the entire family

See more ways you can cook easy meals in minutes

Posted by: Send a Meal AT 08:47 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email

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