Welcome to Homebeccanomics 🙂
A little bit about the way I like to cook and eatâ€¦
A majority of the recipes we do in class are created to educate teenagers whilst not being so gourmet that they wonâ€™t eat or want to recreate what they make. Did you know teenagers donâ€™t like vegetables? Crazy. I teach nutrition in my foodâ€™s classes so I generally keep the recipes on the lighter side.
I will likely post recipes that I make at home as well. My husband and I are both healthy eaters, so the things I make for just us will always be light. However, I am a firm believer in that when you entertain, your guests arenâ€™t interested in saving calories. My goal when I entertain or bake desserts to bring places is usually to leave my friends and family with happy smiles and uncomfortably full tummies.
Iâ€™ve also done some catering and taught cooking classes.ras well. I will post ideas and recipes from my successful recipes there as well.
Wondering why the blogâ€™s tag-line is â€œread your recipeâ€? When settingÂ this thing upÂ my husband asked me â€œwhat do you say the most in the kitchens at work?â€. Without thinking I replied â€œREAD YOUR RECIPE!â€ I believe that ANYONE can be a good cook if they understand the basics of measurement and recipe reading.
1. Find a great recipe
2. Make sure you have all ingredients and utensils outlined in the recipe.
3. FOLLOW the recipe. Easy!