Author Topic: Ugh. FOOD help.  (Read 10815 times)


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Re: Ugh. FOOD help.
« Reply #50 on: June 08, 2017, 04:53:00 PM »
Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler transformed my approach to cooking and meal planning.  Kitchen Counter Cooking School by Kathleen Flynn was another that gave a strategy and technique for doing what needs to be done to get palatable and healthy meals on the table.  If you need total handhold ingredients, Leanne Ely has a Saving Dinner book series that provides shopping lists and a schedule of seasonally inspired weekly menus.

If your chicken is dry, it may simply be over cooked or it could need brining.  I like the "don't outsource" comment above because you can absolutely become a great home cook if you want to.