Easy Cooking is my first food blog. It is the marriage of my love of food and my humble urban kitchen in my very first home that allows me to cook in the fashion that I want. Prior as a life long apartment dweller I never had the kind of kitchen that inspired me in the way my very own home kitchen does. It is small, but it is mine! It is a small 35 square foot floor with a 10×8 wall to wall plan that is a three sided kitchen with long granite counter tops with a bend in each and full granite wall splashes. I have a small Whirlpool 4 gas burner stove/oven and Whirlpool over head microwave oven and both of these units accompany my Whirlpool side by side refrigerator. My kitchen is my favorite place in the entire house
I am into making the best possible food, but I don’t make it a habit of making dishes that are excessive in nature or over bloated with ingredients that most people don’t have on hand on a daily basis. That being said I do like to make some classic dishes that are very easy to make and are not excessive by virtue of really expensive ingredients. Food is something that happens everyday and I don’t think it is necessary to go on a “treasure hunt” to find “one of a kind” or pretentious ingredients to make dishes with! You don’t need these types of things to be a fantastic cook. This is why the name of my site is EZ Cooking!
I have started this blog as a way to share with you my personal take on food. I know that there are a lot of people out there just like me that love to cook and love to share about cooking. I have decided to start this blog so that I can share with you that which I have learned over the years from self study and education as well as trial and error. Do you have to go to culinary school to become a really great chef/cook? I believe only if you want to! I do believe that you can become a truly excellent home chef/cook from self education and practice and of course the trial and error that comes with learning. So it is my wish to share with you and to cook with you. I will do my best to not leave any stone that I have learned unturned for you. I look forward cooking with you and having you here!