I believe that if you want to get better at something, a sure-fire plan is to do that thing, evaluate the results, adjust, and repeat. In the big picture, that’s the whole point of this blog — to encourage me to take the notes I need to make adjustments next time.
In the smaller picture, it obviously works even better. It’s easier to see progress when you make something twice in a month rather than once in a year. So, from time to time, I’ll embark on doing something a bunch in order to do it better, and hopefully improve my skills while producing some interesting variations on a theme. And lucky you! You get to follow along with my self-study programs. Just choose a lesson below.
Sixteen Steaks: A series that will leave you salivating for sirloin, in which the protagonist cooks the ten pounds of steaks she won in a charity auction and learns a thing or two in the process.
Coming Soon: Sixteen Sauces!