|What to leave behind in the 20th century…..and good riddance!
cookbooks ~Food products sold as cancer cures.
kitchens re-models for people who don't cook.
(I realize I may not have much company on this one).
last-days-of-Rome restaurant meals (and they cost about as much as
air fare to Rome).
Blue M &
M's. Some things were simply not meant to be.
|What to keep, support, encourage, and cherish into the next century
cooking (Bringing back home ec. Classes in school might not be such
a bad idea either.)
please, let's keep them to their original purebred yellow coloring)
kitchen timers that make that friendly resonant ding when time is
cake mix. I don't care what you say; it really is just about as good
as a from-scratch version (and you don't have to worry about what
to do with the twelve egg yolks you have left over).
Food movement. (Read all about it at http://www.slowfood.com)
of wonderful cookbook authors such as Paula Wolfert, Claudia Roden,
Deborah Madison, and Rozanne Gold (a few of my idols) whose unique
vision, inspired artistry, and generosity of spirit shine from every
book they write.
|The above are just partial lists. I could go on……