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Where to Begin
Just about every family has one individual with, well let’s say, individual tastes – in other words; picky. It is important to begin your simple and delicious cooking with a three ingredients or less plan with something your pickiest of eaters will enjoy, as well. The most basic place to start is in evaluating your family members’ desires and tastes. While you do not want to appear as a full-service restaurant, you do want to present meals that will have “something for everybody” on the menu.
Something for Everybody
1. Take Inventory – Start your simple and delicious cooking by taking inventory of your family members’ tastes, likes, and dislikes. For example, if one person is a pasta enthusiast while another is a chicken lover, see if incorporating those two ingredients would work for both of them. Make a list of each family members’ likes and dislikes so you will know beforehand what to add and what to stay away from, as well.
2. Ask Every Family Member for Input – Do not try to take this project on yourself and on your own. Sometimes even the best intentions are misconstrued when it comes across as controlling or demanding. Asking for everyone’s input and truly taking those thoughts into consideration when preparing meals can make all the difference between acceptance and rejection.
3. Spice it Up A Lot – When you come up with a list of two or three ingredients that you wish to play with, do not forget to invest in a good set of spices. You can even begin by growing your own herbs to incorporate into the recipes. Once again, ask for some suggestions from family members. Your children may crave some southwestern spices or even Indian spices, but have never indicated that they wish to try on these flavors. You never know; their input may actually help you to put your meals together.Other Details
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- Year Released/Circulated: 2013
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