Friend Makin’ Monday: Cooking Habits

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FMM: Cooking Habits

1. What is your favorite meal to prepare at home? I don’t have one meal that’s my favorite at the moment.

2. Do you like to experiment in the kitchen, or do you prefer to stick to the basics? I prefer to experiment, although lately I’ve been getting frustrated because things haven’t been turning out so I’ve been sticking to following the recipes,

3. What is your favorite cookbook? I usually use recipes off the internet but I do have one Weight Watchers cookbook that I like a lot.

4. Do you have any tricks to share that help you reach your fruits and veggies goal for the day? No, I could use some help in that area, I’m hoping that the farmer’s market opening this weekend will help!

5. What’s the most interesting thing you made last week? I tried a recipe from Eat Better America, Cashew Chicken! It’s was good but kind of spicy.

6. How often do you watch cooking shows on TV? All the time! I’ve learned so much from them.

7. When you’re hungry, where are you most likely to look first? The fridge. There isn’t much in the pantry!

8. List a few healthy staples that can always be found in your kitchen. Popcorn, pasta, peanut butter, spinach, bananas, and eggs

9. Are you motivated to cook at home even when you’re eating alone? Yes, because my hubby doesn’t like a too much of healthy stuff so I can make that stuff for me!

10. How often do you try new recipes? Probably once or twice a week. I love trying new recipes!


2 thoughts on “Friend Makin’ Monday: Cooking Habits

  1. Bella

    Eat Better America really does have some great versions of old favorites, don’t they? I made a pork chow mein usng their recipe and it was delicious. You’d have never known it wasn’t from a Chinese restaurant, except that it wasn’t as greasy as some of the takeout chow mein you can get.

  2. Emily

    Tips to eat more veggies… Find a way you like them. I know this sounds dumb, but I didn’t like peppers until I ate them with hummus. Now i love them. Same thing with broccoli. Celery is fierce with peanut butter.

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