Pasta is becoming more of a staple food as we evolve in the 21st century. Now, there are all types of foods from different cultures using pasta as the main source of nutrients in a meal. Pasta is becoming a more versatile food because people can add other vegetables instead of having the traditional pasta, meat, and cheese.
Cooking was not always something that came natural to me.
As a child, I naturally wanted to be in the kitchen.
I loved the smell of food.
I was curious about the connection of food from farm to table.
I enjoyed using my hands to create things.
Naturally, I loved watching my mom cook and wanted to learn myself.
However, my mom always shooed me out of the kitchen because of her own fears (My dad worked late so he was never home to cook).
Chocolate is a delicious delicacy that has been around for a long time. It used to be a delicious sweet treat that was made by the most pure cacao plant with some sugar to cut some of the bitterness, and something special added to it like nuts or marshmallows. The cacao plant got in the hands of greedy corporations. Why settle for refined chocolate when you can make your own with 6 unrefined ingredients and have it taste rich and delicious, just like the refined version. Find my recipe for delicious chocolate <"link_to_recipe"> here!
Who doesn’t love pizza?! People eat this for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. It’s become such a staple of our lives, especially in social settings. You see pizza everywhere. At a restaurant, a festival, a sports game, or after a night out at the bars are just some of the prime examples of where you see pizza being sold. We as a whole are consuming a shit ton of pizza. It can be made in so many different ways. There’s breakfast pizzas, dessert pizzas, meaty pizzas, fried pizzas. Hell, even put ice cream on a pizza! The combinations are endless for creativity.
Ramen has been a childhood and college staple for a long time. Who wouldn't want to get a quick, easy meal for less than a dollar?! Do you feel like Ramen is satisfying while you're eating it, but leaves you starving afterwards? I used to eat that stuff at least on a weekly basis before I realized the havoc it was causing to my body.
If you were a child in the 1990's, you grew up hearing the jingle of Kraft Mac & Cheese. It's the cheesiest, right?! It sounds like a kid-friendly food we all have known to enjoy for decades. Well, if you look at the ingredients, there is not one ounce of real cheese in this product, but instead contains Yellow 5 and other preservatives to give it the cheese texture and flavor.