- Written by Cynthia Presser
Attention to detail makes a lot of difference on how your food will taste, so buying high quality ingredients is a way to almost guarantee that the food will taste great. The problem is that high quality usually means expensive – or it used to be that way! Instead of going to a grocery store with a list of ingredients for random recipes, go to a grocery store and buy the produce and meat in season and go from there! If the product is in season it means that it will taste better, and you don’t have to spend a fortune on it!
Of course, going back home and being able to combine all of the ingredients together into a successful dish takes some cooking practice. You can simply Google a few ingredients that you have on hand and a variety of recipes will show. I do that all the time! Or better yet, search my website for ingredients and you will get a list of recipes with those ingredients!