Yeah, me too. After living in the dorms for two years and eating nothing but burrito bowls and disappointing piles of half-frozen veggies from the salad bar, I resorted to getting creative with how I could make food in my dorm room. Armed with nothing but a microwave and a mini-fridge, I set out to make food that was better than the dining hall. Now, I'm here to share those recipes with you so that you too can eat well.
I feel you there. Before college, I had hardly ever cooked myself a full meal (unless you count ramen and microwaved leftovers). However, after lots of experimentation, I've figured out how to make all my favorite foods, and I can't wait to show you how to make them too. I'll emphasize teaching you how to get an intuition for cooking, so that you can go beyond just recipes and start seeing the kitchen as a place of creativity.
Wow, congrats, sounds like you're a college kid. Same. If I can make yummy food using about two square feet of counter space and fifteen minutes of free time in between class and work, so can you. I'll show you my tricks for how to make the most of your space, money, and time, so that you can eat delicious food without additional stress. Because let's be real, if there's one thing college kids need less of, it's stress.
What do you want to learn how to cook?
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Hey guys, I'm Lauren! I'm a student at CU Boulder. Pre-college, I never cooked, but during the COVID-19 lockdown, I discovered a love of cooking. Between school, work, sports, and social life, I'm no stranger to having zero time and budget for food. However, I have figured out some tips I can't wait to share with you!