Yes, that is what my Ex called me the other day. Master Chef! Just two years ago, he said my food tasted bland and would watch over my shoulder as I prepared food. Now, he can’t get enough of my cooking.
Two years ago, I took up cooking. It’s a passion of mine and I absolutely love preparing meals for my family and friends. In those two years, I’ve improved by leaps and bounds; today, I cook at least one meal per day (more if I’m not working) and have expanded my repertoire of recipes significantly. One of my favorites (and Gavin’s, as well) is a very simple dish that turns boring, ordinary broccoli into a special treat. Better yet, it’s super easy to make!
– Preheat oven to 500 degrees
– Cut 2 heads of broccoli into florets. Dry thoroughly
– Toss florets in olive oil, salt, and pepper
– Arrange florets in single layer on baking sheet and put in oven for 8 – 10 minutes (until florets are slightly browned)
– Remove from oven. Enjoy!
To give you a sense of how good this simple recipe is, you should know that because of it, my two-year old son actually requests broccoli because he thinks it’s a “treat.”