By now, most of my New Year’s resolutions are either wavering or discarded, and one – to cook more and better – got an unexpected boost from an article in the New York Times. Cooking is hard to do without a kitchen, but some people manage. Others see the lack of pantry as a good excuse to eat out more.
Seems all anyone needs are the three basic recipes provided – one for a stir fry, one for a rice and bean dish, and finally, a salad. Does not matter if you have one burner or a state of the art commercial grade Garland stove; does not matter that you are a vegan, vegetarian, or meat-eater. If you can read, you can cook – no excuses.
- Why We Love Mark Bittman (friendseat.com)