a healthy dad's culinary adventures, experiments and failures
If I can cook, you can cook. Trust me.
As a single guy, I thought cooking was hard, so I prepared a
lot of Hot Pockets. Jim Gaffigan would agree how wrong I was.
I’m married and a dad now, and you might think that means
it’s harder for me to cook. Actually, if you can take about 30 minutes to an
hour for anything, you can cook a delicious dinner, no matter how busy you,
your partner or kids are. You might not have time for everything, but eating is
a necessity, so why not spend some time on making good food?
There are a couple of secrets for dads that I hadn’t thought
of back when I was single.
1) If you believe you can cook, you can do it. It’s not that
hard. In fact, it’s often pretty hard to screw up.
can cook healthy meals that taste awesome. You don’t need to slather BBQ sauce
on ribs for a hearty meal, even for a gruff dude.
can be relaxing. Strangely, I feel off when I don’t get to cook dinner.
So, that’s what this blog is about: A healthy dad sharing
tips on how to cook tasty meals that aren’t huge on calories, that don’t take
much time, and don’t need to be reheated in a papery pouch.
This blog will feature recipes, pictures, instructions and
random tips. I’ll share discoveries, failures, adventures and the ordinary
journey of making a decent meal, whether it’s on a dark Fall night or for a Spring brunch.