I tell people that I don't know how to cook. That means I don't know what goes with what (spices, herbs, entrée/dessert combos, etc.) I DO know how to follow a recipe. That's quite different from "cooking" if you ask me.
My favorite things to cook
I like to make "one pot wonders" so I don't have too many things to clean up. Also, it makes things so much simpler. Most of my ingredients are eiher canned, jarred, bottled, or ready-to-use.
My favorite family cooking traditions
We ordered in a lot. Figures, huh?
My cooking triumphs
I just made a "lower carb" version of the Moussaka that I saw on here. I saw it one night, and made it the next day. Two thumbs up, and one belly down. I ate half of the casserole. PIG!
My cooking tragedies
1,000 character max may not be enough space. I'll just tell you the most mind-boggling failure. Mind you, this IS a "one-pot-wonder". HARD BOILED EGGS. The yolk was still half mushy/gooey. But yes, I still mixed it in with my tuna salad... Not as gross as it sounds. I actually liked the yolky taste mixed in there, albeit by accident.