A Home Cooked Meal
There’s nothing like a home cooked meal and yet, too often we spring for convenience instead of taking the time to produce a meal ourselves.
This episode examines convenience, time, financial impact, health benefits and the camaraderie you can gain from producing home cooked meals instead of eating out.
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Selected Links from the Episode
- Business of Craft Brewing Certificate by Portland State University
- Oregon GMO Labeling
- Oba in Portland, OR
- Village Inn restaurant
- Learning to Cook
- The Kitchn
- Super Size Me
- Cooking has gained popularity thanks to Food Network and social media [03:52]
- We’ve become very foodie, you don’t need cooking to be in your family blood to learn it [04:28]
- It’s not necessary to go to culinary school to learn to become a cook anymore [06:27]
- The elasticity of supply and demand [09:02]
- The convenience of cooking at home versus eating out [09:49]
- Where are you willing to put your time in? [10:59]
- The financial impact of making a home cooked meal [12:18]
- You can control your health more from the ingredients you use with a home cooked meal [17:47]
- The camaraderie that eating home cooked meals will provide [25:21]