This is a guest post from the Food and Wine blog.
I love to cook, and I’m always looking for new ways to use the skills I learned growing up in the Midwest.
I also love to learn new skills and recipes, and as a result, I find myself cooking more than ever.
I was fortunate enough to receive my cookbook, The Complete Cookbook of Food, from the publisher, Little, Brown Books, in March of 2015.
The cookbook was a fantastic read for me, and it gave me a solid foundation for learning new recipes.
Since then, I’ve made my way through a great many books on the subject of cooking.
And, while I’ve been experimenting with a few different cooking techniques and recipes (like the vegan mushroom soup I recently made), I’ve always been looking for a more refined, straight-forward approach to cooking.
I’ve also been learning a lot about the foods I eat.
One of the reasons I love cooking so much is that it allows me to get a good handle on what really makes a meal great.
To that end, I wanted to create a guide that helped me in my journey of discovering the most delicious foods in the world, and then sharing those discoveries with you.
I wanted it to be a resource for people of all levels of experience, from beginner to expert, and even people with a degree in culinary arts.
While I’ve gotten a lot of feedback about the structure of the guide, the content is pretty solid.
For starters, there are recipes for everything from savory meatballs to savory chicken breasts.
As well as, some really great vegan options.
My main gripe with the book is that there’s no “beginner” section.
In the beginning, you learn everything you need to know about a dish from its ingredients to its seasonings, and that is not what this guide is for.
Instead, it’s meant for people who are just starting out, and who might be feeling overwhelmed by all the information.
So, while it’s easy to get overwhelmed, I recommend taking a break from reading about every recipe you find on Amazon, and sticking to just two or three main courses.
This book is designed for people new to the cooking world, but anyone who wants to know a little more about food will find plenty of information to get them started.
I hope you enjoy the recipes in the cookbook!