What advice would I give someone who wants to cook but convinced they don't know how...
I grew up in the kitchen with my mom, mainly because I was first in line for the bowl & spoons with the leftover cake batter. But I really didn't start cooking until I was living in California - far, far away from my Georgia home - and it came out of pure necessity.
With limited funds but a bowl full of tomatoes, some pasta in my pantry, and fresh potted herbs on my counter. there was no better time to learn how to make tomato sauce. A few Google clicks later and I've never looked back.
I totally agree with Marian about the importance of taking it one lesson at a time and learning to cook something that you love. Practice. Practice. Practice. Some things turn out absolutely delicious, some things just ok, and some end up feeding the outdoor critters. Either way, you learn. So start cooking and keep cooking.
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