My Husband and I just made a big move to Chicago. I'm a small town Ohio gal so it's taken a lot of getting used to. I am a newbie cook pretty much. Before now my idea of cooking was chicken on the George Foreman and microwaved canned veggies. I don't always do a great job but I'm trying and I guess that is the most important part.
My favorite things to cook
I really don't have a "favorite thing" to cook. I am working on getting my personal training certificate through NESTA and I'm an avid excersizer so I like to find the healthiest ways to make the family favorites. I lost over 75 pounds through diet and excersize so I think it is very important to eat healthy but eat GOOD as well. I'm finding that you can pretty much make any of thew stick-to-your-ribs comfort foods that we all crave in a healthier way without giving up the taste and overall enjoyment of eating.
My favorite family cooking traditions
Don't really have any yet however my husband and I think it is very important to eat dinner as a family as often as you can. We do eat our meals in front of the tube from time to time but we usually try to sit down together, no distractions, and really enjoy the meal and each others company.
My cooking triumphs
Haven't really had many unless you count that I am actully cooking without the George Foreman now. I'm trying new things and learning more every meal so I guess that is a triumph in itself.
My cooking tragedies
HAHAHA!! Well, long story short, I made the WORST fudge on the planet once. I was pouring it into the dish to cool and it, very suddenly, got rock solid! I ACTUALLY had to chisel out my spoon from the pot. As a joke my sister tossed the rock fudge covered spoon at the garage trying to knock off the fudge but it chipped the bricks instead.