But the Menu for Hope is having a rest this year so I thought I’d take an opportunity to do something a little different.
I believe that the ability to cook simple, healthy, delicious food is a basic skill, like reading, that everyone should and can have. And I want Stonesoup to inspire and help you master this skill with 5 ingredients recipes that often only take 10 minutes to prepare.
To help me plan for next year I have 2 quick questions. Feel free to answer in the comments or if you’re a bit shy, just pop an email to email@example.com
question 1. What are your biggest challenges when it comes to cooking?
Is it finding the time? Healthy recipes that still taste good? Organisation? Inspiration? Budget? Your level of skills or confidence? General motivation? What else?
question 2. If you were going to take a cooking class, what would be the thing you’d most want to learn?
Thanks for taking the time to share your answers. I’m really looking forward to seeing what you guys have to say.
ps. After a big year, I’ve decided to have a nice long holiday. Stonesoup will be back to normal on Monday 17th January. Look forward to seeing you then!
I’m feeling very impressed with myself. With 2 weeks to go for the year, I’m up to reading my 51st book so my goal to read 52 books this year is well on track. Especially since I’m flying all the way to Ireland on Sunday and will have lots of time to kill. Yay!
Head over to my Now Reading page If you’d like to see what I’ve been reading. And if you’ve got any recommendations I’d love to hear them.
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NEW YEAR UPDATE:
A big THANKYOU to everyone for taking the time to leave your comments and emails. It’s been truly invaluable for me!
I’ve now pulled together a calendar of classes for The Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School that will start to address some of your challenges. But glad to see there is a lot of material here.Share