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Recipes You Should Know By the Age of 30

The Kitchn is one of my favorite food blogs — with recipes and cooking tips that I’ve found easy to follow or just mouthwatering to look at. I bookmark articles on the site all the time. That includes this one, “30 Recipes You Should Know By the Age of 30.”

When you first start cooking it’s natural and tempting to work on the beautiful, complicated recipes you see in fancy cookbooks. What you soon discover, however, is that cooking has a lot of building blocks. Your favorite chicken tikka masala recipe, for instance, will benefit from you having previously made a simple dish of chicken thighs. So, let’s start with essentials! Here’s what we think everyone should cook before they reach the age of 30. How many things have you made off this list?

I don’t know most of these recipes, but I want to learn.

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Source: 30 Recipes You Should Know By the Age of 30 — Recipes from The Kitchn | The Kitchn

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Cheap Dinner Ideas

Looking for some ideas on cheap and delicious ideas for dinner? Mamiverse pulled together a list of ten ideas that you might want to check out. It includes a variety of choices you might find appealing.

The one that looked the most interesting to me was Roasted Cauliflower Fettuccine. The recipe includes pasta, cauliflower, garlic and lemon. According to the article you can pull this together for $10. Sounds good to me.

I’m going to have to try it out.

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Video Pick: How to Mix a Classic Greek Salad – Martha Stewart – YouTube

Today’s video pick is from the Martha Stewart Youtube Channel, “How to Mix a Classic Greek Salad.” I may actually make this one.

Using spices such as tarragon, homemade vinaigrette is made for delicious Greek Salad. Brought to you by Martha Stewart: http://www.marthastewart.com

▶ How to Mix a Classic Greek Salad – Martha Stewart – YouTube.