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Recipes
December 18, 2012

RECIPES

Dig in

Itching to satisfy the gastronomical craving? We’ll, why not buy some food off any favorite store or much better cook it, home-made style? Choosing to cook something for ourselves gives us a sense of accomplishment and control over the things that we want. But, what if we know nothing about what to cook, how to prepare it and what other things should come into it? Worry not; we have a recipe just for almost if not all types of dishes that we may have in mind.
To some who may not have the slightest idea of what a recipe is, this may have crossed the mind at least once, “What exactly do we mean by a recipe?” According to Wikipedia: A recipe is a set of instructions that describe how to prepare or make something, especially a culinary dish. There it is, we are now on the same page. To continue, one can check a recipe for any type of dish that he wants to prepare. A recipe is always available for any dish, may it be in any form or comes from different cultures all over the world.
The Ingredients

Here are the things that one may expect to see in every recipe: “The name of the dish”, “The preparation time”, “The required ingredients along with their quantities or proportions”, “Necessary equipment”, “Steps in chronological  order on how to prepare the dish”, ”Serving size for each dish”, “A photograph of the finished dish”.

 

Make Things Happen
Now that we already got a head start, all we need to do is to will and act on it. We may have all the things needed right in front of us yet we still need to make things happen. This is where the sense of accomplishment comes into play. The thought of being able to do something on our own is such a great deal that it can boost our confidence, and prepare us for the next challenges ahead.
To spice things up..
Conquering small challenges will give us just the right amount of push to get things going. Doing an activity on our own is a good thing, but having it with a companion may also sound better. We may also find it interesting depending on the outcome that we desire, like if we want to know someone intimately, then we can go out together with them on weekdays or spend the night over a sumptuous meal, which you’ve just prepared straight from the kitchen. For teenagers, sleepovers are not a bad idea to spend time and enjoy each other’s company while preparing dinner with supervision from an adult if ever necessary.
Some Finishing Touches
Going back to recipes, we just have to be resourceful and work things out on our end. We don’t have to buy expensive cookbooks just to be able to get started. If we’ll just maximize our resources, we can actually get it from all over the internet or any magazine that we may find within our house’s premises. Check the things around us and one is sure to get something.

“The information in this work is intended for your general knowledge and educational services only. It is not a substitute for medical advice or any treatments for any medical conditions.

References
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recipe
http://www.about.com/lr/recipes

 

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Sources: Dr Cory Carter has been in private practice for 20 years, specializing in Lymphatic Drainage. Randy McCormick is a Certified Instructor in the Carter Technique of Lymphatic Drainage.

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