Learning to Cook Well Can Provide Ample Adventure Opportunities

By: Tom Malone

Learning to cook well can provide opportunities for adventure that you can't imagine. Just look at Anthony Bourdain!

Cooking is a skill that has daily implications. It provides opportunities for personal health, social confidence, and continuous exploration. And, best of all, it’s really not as difficult as it seems.

First, cooking your own food is much cheaper than eating restaurant delicacies. When you can select your own ingredients, you’re bound to utilize ingredients that lead to healthy eating habits. Plus, food tastes so much better when you put effort into its creation.

Second, you can use your newfound cooking skills to entertain guests. The best part is that you only need to show your guests on recipe and they will assume that you’re an incredible cook all the time.

When you experiment with enough recipes, you’ll discover ones that work and ones that don’t. Eventually, you will be that good cook that your friends think you are.

Third, cooking provides you with opportunities for culinary adventure every time you try it. You can always try to cook another recipe from another culture with another ingredient. You’re never done learning the art of cooking.

Learning to cook isn’t really that difficult. Search for easy recipes to begin. Later on, you can get more complex, but in the early stages of your cooking skill development, easy is perfect. 

Try a few simple recipes out on yourself. If you do this every day, you’ll learn quickly (and you’ll feel healthier by using nutritious ingredients). The sense of accomplishment that you’ll feel from cooking your own meals each day will provide you with a sense of personal confidence. And the next time your friends tell you that you’re a good cook, it’ll go straight to your confidence levels.

*Photo By: Tom Malone
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