Recipes are a resource that every cook uses, whether they were passed down in your family or come from a Google search.
Now, with the internet we have access to millions of recipes, but that knowledge alone won't guarantee that you have a good outcome.
In addition to a good recipe, you actually need to know how to be a good recipe user. That's what I want to talk about today.
You can get better results (and take the anxiety out of following a recipe) by practicing these 3 habits.
Check out the video to learn what they are.
And then join me in the Travel & Feast Facebook group for more tips on how to cook food that's versatile and delicious: www.facebook.com/groups/travelandfeast
See you there!
I'm Natasha Ho, a trained chef and avid traveler. I've studied culinary traditions from cuisines around the world, and I help food lovers learn how to cook a wide variety of meals that are consistently delicious so they can have more fun, ease and joy in their kitchen.