Posts Tagged: cooking tips

Save or Splurge: The Kitchen
Save or Splurge: The Kitchen

Save or Splurge: The Kitchen

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
One of the best parts (or worst, depending on your skillset) of moving into your own apartment is having free reign over your kitchen, meal plan, and cooking schedule. For those that love to cook, this freedom is thrilling! For those that don’t, it can be a bit daunting. Here’s a our list on what…
Cooking 101: Discovering A Healthy Vegetable Noodle Maker!
Cooking 101: Discovering A Healthy Vegetable Noodle Maker!

Cooking 101: Discovering A Healthy Vegetable Noodle Maker!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
I noticed that we have not had a food post in a while so I wanted to share my newest find. I am currently training for a marathon, the New York City one to be exact! Therefore I have been trying to eat healthier and cleaner. But as everyone knows when you are working 40+…
Quick & Easy Roasted Butternut Bacon Bisque
Quick & Easy Roasted Butternut Bacon Bisque

Quick & Easy Roasted Butternut Bacon Bisque

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
It’s icy outside and snow is reaching up to the window sills, time to beat the cold with a big bowl of soup!  This quick and fun recipe will tingle the taste buds – plus, it is the perfect recipe candidate if you need to make it ahead of time. You need: Stove Oven Blender…
Sam’s 5 Pro Tips To Make You A Better Cook
Sam’s 5 Pro Tips To Make You A Better Cook

Sam’s 5 Pro Tips To Make You A Better Cook

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Ask yourself: Does cooking seem like too much of a hassle? Do you think of dinner as an event that requires hours of tedious preparation? Do you not cook because the food you make just isn’t very tasty? Do you wait until your chef friends come around to suggest a group dinner? Well, the latter…
Perfect Your First Apartment Signature Dish
Perfect Your First Apartment Signature Dish

Perfect Your First Apartment Signature Dish

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Last month while visiting my mom in the beautiful city of Pittsburgh I was asked to cook for an 11 person dinner party to celebrate the 83rd birthday of my godmother’s mother. While preparing hors d’oeuvres and our main courses, my godmother’s son, a college student studying business who had recently turned 21 told me…