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Dill weed plus oregano or parsley flakes works well. As for adding salt and black pepper, it's wise to put that into the yolks while they're frying.
I agree with all requirements except the one about having a baby sitter.
Not something I'll concern myself with.
It can help to fully stir your dish occasionally to prevent sticking and isolated burning.
Spaghetti is another good choice.
You should put whatever portion of meat you don't plan to have again within a few days in the freezer.
I know nothing about this but am glad you brought it up; it's a necessary learning experience.
Mine would likely consist of pasta.
I sometimes pour the sauce left over from a dish into a container then put it in the refrigerator to put on my meats for subsequent dinners.
At least college students have more of a choice of what to eat for breakfast and lunch.
It obviously had different flavors. It looks good.
I find it easier to break the strands in half before boiling them.
Have a private discussion with your boss to let him know you feel and offer suggestions.
I think onions and tomatoes are the best to practice on.
If you want to just cook for yourself and your family, you should easily be able to do it. To cook professionally, you would have to have good...