Are you known for making something special? Do you have a “go to” bowl or pot or spoon that just seems to make things taste better? Is there a technique or secret ingredient that you cannot define or label but whatever it is, it adds just the right touch or flavor? Yep. Thought so, Dear Readers. If not, open your palette and eyes and wait, something special is (and probably always has been) there. Examples? Okay. Here it goes.
My mother Ellen’s scrambled eggs. I can make exactly the same eggs with the same ingredients in the same way, in the same pan and they do not taste the same. Her eggs just have that something “special.” They are soft, buttery and sweet. (Title of your sex tape.)
Whenever I make wild yeast, I use a certain bowl and a wooden spoon and cover it with a towel. I like to add a touch of organic whole wheat flour and hope. It always works.
I have a friend, taught him everything he knows, and his pastry is just incredible! All of his food is really but his pastries are amazing!
What makes these simple fishes special besides European butter? Love. Love is there, it always has been. The secret to special anything, especially food, is love. Now go and cook up some love.
Avid home cook and passionate instructor