I am intrigued by the article by Mark Bittman today, of how to cook in a tiny kitchen Click here to read the awesome article!
When I first learned to cook, I did so in the best of environments (AllClad, Wolfe, Sub-zero). Truly, it was fantastic! While visiting some families home, at which there were only a few pans with mis-matched lids, warped pans, etc, did I truly learn what the talent of cooking is! It’s really not about the granite counters, Sub-Zeros and gas ranges (good thing!); it’s really about the skill and doing what you can with what you have.
Please don’t spend the Holidays, or any other time, coveting that perfect pan—-work on your skills at hand, and be amazed what you can do with what you have! You will be surprised—and impressed.
Merry Christmas, y’all!