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Culinary New Year's Resolutions

Let's Dish: What Are Your Culinary Resolutions?

Since food plays a huge part of my life, I not only come up with ways to improve myself personally, but I also create a list of culinary resolutions I hope to achieve in the New Year. In 2009, I wanted to learn more about cheese, and in 2010, I concentrated on making my own ingredients.

For 2011, I would like to cook more vegetarian and vegan cuisine, develop more original recipes, and become a more informed wine drinker. Now that I've shared my cooking goals, I want to hear all about yours! What do you want to accomplish in the kitchen in the next 12 months?

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Soniabonya Soniabonya 5 years
eat out less, except when traveling then splurge on local cuisine. make even healthier food choices for dinner and consume less alcohol.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 5 years
Get to know old world wines better. Host more dinner parties. Make more international foods. Eat out at least mediocre, convenient restaurants and save resources for ethnic dives and haute cuisine. Travel more for food tours around the US!
Caitie64 Caitie64 5 years
I wanna learn more about how to cook in general, I want to save my friends and I money by having them all over for a pot luck type dinner instead of all of us going to the same places all the time, and I want to learn/perfect ten new recipes this year (I'd do more but, I just started recovering from my battle with my Crohn's and am starting school again after a year break for recovery.)
AmberHoney AmberHoney 5 years
Since I'm already a super wife/homebody; I'm gonna keep getting better at my foodie craft. I made garam masala for some of my Christmas gifts and it was such a blast. I toasted the spices and ground them in my molcajete, and of course they came out perfect! Happy New Year!
limelindsey limelindsey 5 years
Trying at least two new recipes a month! And bringing my lunch at least 2 days a week.
jelibeann jelibeann 5 years
making more bread - even though we finally live near an incredible bread bakery - and actually attempting to get my own personal food-related business off the ground...it's time
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Making a lot of things myself, such as mead and mozzarella. Getting better at cake decorating. And maybe finding some dishes that don't take hours to prepare.. I love cooking, but it always takes up a massive part of my day.
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
Eat more BACON! And fruit and veggies. *kicking desk*
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