Here at Pitt, students are moving back into their dorms and apartments in droves! We’re sure it’s happening around the country as students return from their summer vacations back to that expensive thing called “college.” We can just hear our old freshman engineering professor Budny as the new freshies walk into his classroom for the first time, “Let’s play college!”
If you’ve been reading and following our blog all summer long, thank you. If you are new and moving into your first apartment, welcome! We have been working all summer long posting some of our favorite recipes we are confident you can make, even if you are new to cooking. Cooking in College is here for you.
To get started we suggest taking a look at our Stuff You Need tab up top. Here you will find the basics for your pantry, spices, and cooking gear. When setting up your kitchen these are the things you’ll want to start with first.
If you were to scroll up and click on the Recipes tab, you will notice that we have written extensively on dinner meals. This is when you’ll be cooking the most. We have written about breakfast and lunch that should give you helpful tips on these important meals.
We suggest trying out the following recipes first because they are our easiest and most straight forward:
- With two ingredients and some butter and seasoned salt you can have this delicious and easy meal ready in 45 minutes.
- Impress your friends with this “fancy” yet simple meal.
- Easiest chicken recipe on the inter-webs.
We hope this summary will help all you new readers up to speed and hopefully refresh our frequent ones. If you have any questions please visit our Contact Us page or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we’ve finally decided to start a Facebook page to better interact with or readers. Please stop by and give us a like! Best of luck to all of you on the new school year!