This past March we introduced The Cooking Cure, a four week guide to get you excited again about cooking. Whether you were just in a cooking rut or always seemed to be ordering in for dinner, The Cooking Cure was designed to help you cook all your meals by breaking down your cooking habits, helping with advance planning, and adding a little imagination to your food.
How did The Cooking Cure go for you? Here were some of the highlights from the #cookingcure hashtag across social media for the entire month of March. Get inspired!
Relishing my quiet moment with avocado toast this morning. A pretty luxurious breakfast for me. #cookingcure
— Mary Worrell (@pickledtreats) March 5, 2014
#cookingcure Day Two: setting breakfast goals 1) make ahead breakfasts 2) tunes/silence 3) fresh foods pic.twitter.com/awVl1NFs5G
— Heather Staton (@hmstat) March 4, 2014
Day #9 of #cookingcure @thekitchn I've done my homework. My shopping list is ready. pic.twitter.com/QNJmThhNKX
— Jackie Steiner (@jackiesteiner) March 14, 2014
Today's lunch adventure: ramen from scratch #delicious #cookingcure pic.twitter.com/8SEXA0tQjh
— Nora Clos (@noraclos) March 19, 2014
The #cookingcure is going well. We're on track making breakfast, lunch & dinner mid week thanks to 1 dinner change. pic.twitter.com/krTKRUjEoE
— Robin Jung (@rlisic) March 27, 2014
#CookingCure Day 16,17,18: I made the best of it! //t.co/9TIP1enY4r
— Lisa-Marie Wilson (@UpsetAppleCart) March 26, 2014
Leftover veggies with egg underneath for dinner! I don't want the #cookingcure to end! Thanks @thekitchn! pic.twitter.com/zPZ0U2W0WP
— Jackie Steiner (@jackiesteiner) March 29, 2014