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Where to Find the Best Recipes for Homemade Meals

Finding fantastic recipes is the simplest part of learning how to cook homemade meals. You can find excellent recipes anywhere you look today. I like the convenience and speed of searching for recipes on the internet. Whatever you’re looking for—something simple or something exotic—you’ll find it by doing an internet search.

I like libraries, too. The library at the local university has a fantastic section on cooking and nutrition. Whatever your favorite magazines are, they probably have regular articles on cooking that will appeal to your tastes and lifestyle.

When I was running marathons, for instance, I was a regular reader of magazines for distance runners. I found recipes for the kinds of high-energy foods that prepared my body for the rigors of marathon training. They had to be quick and fun to make or they did me no excellent, since most of my free time was already devoted to training. Although I no longer train as long or run as far, I still like to make many of these recipes for high-energy living, and they are always well loved with dinner guests whose only running is done from the parking lot to the office when they’re late for work in the morning. We all need more energy.

I have learned some of my favorite recipes on television. A wide variety of cooking and nutrition programs can be seen in all parts of the world today. I got some of my favorite recipes watching a national public television channel in Mexico. One of the programs visits a different part of Mexico each week to learn the secrets of local cooking. My favorite recipe for chilpachole—a spicy lobster stew—came from this program. And I got one of my favorite vegetarian recipes from another program on this channel—whole wheat grains sautéed with mushrooms and yellow squash.

Excellent cookbooks and recipes are fantastic aids in helping you to get started. But cooking homemade meals becomes an art when you have mastered the basic skills to the point where you don’t need to follow the recipes anymore. One of the highlights of a trip to Italy will always be the spaghettini a la carbonara that I ate at a tratorria in the main square of Siena. This simple mixture of ham and bacon in a creamy white sauce has a hearty, down-to-earth flavor that continues to make it one of my favorite dishes. My husband always insists that I prepare it for special occasions, and I still do. But I don’t reckon I’ve ever prepared it exactly the same way two times in a row during all the years I’ve been making it. We’ve never grown tired of eating it—and I’ve never grown tired of making it.

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