Things you learn in a kitchen

I’ll admit, I’ve only recently started treating my kitchen as if it belongs in my home. With privilege dropping through my nose, I’ve never really had to cook meals properly, or wash dishes. Sure I’ve cooked breakfast, washed utensils through these years, but never a sustained effort of ‘making a meal’, as it were. Except that’s all changed with this lockdown. So here’s a few things I’ve learned. This is advice you’re not bound to find on any food channel on Youtube, or a cookbook. Nay, this comes from that elusive intangible material, experience. Here goes nothing.

 
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