Want To Be A Great Cook? Don’t Forget Those Veggies

If you want your family to rave about your cooking each night when you present their supper, make it a point to always include those delicious vegetables.

According to a recent article posted on Eater.com, a detailed study was undertaken at Cornell University concerning which food items taste best together. Folks at Boraie Development have heard that the findings of the study were that meat-centered entrees actually taste better when they’re accompanied by vegetables. This is surprising, since so many people seem to prefer starchy items with their meats, as well as the growing number of restaurants that are combining food items that were traditionally standalone dishes.

I found the study to be very interesting, especially since I’m one of those old school people who still believe that every meal should be served with at least one green item. I’ve practiced this for years, and since it works for me, I plan to continue doing so!

Categories: culture,Veggies
Jun
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