Your Help is Needed!

Published April 1, 2012 by jenmatteson

I’m a little over a year away from 30, so in an attempt to expand my culinary skills (and quite possibly my waist), I’ve decided to make a “30 Before 30” list, in which I’ll attempt to conquer 30 recipes or techniques that are new to me; a bucket list of sorts.  I’ve made a small start to my list, but I need suggestions on what you would like to see me make, too!

  1. Homemade Flour Tortillas
  2. Grilled Pizza
  3. Homemade Hot Sauce
  4. French Silk Pie
  5. Lattice Topped Pie
  6. English Muffin Bread
  7. Bagels
  8. Sourdough Bread
  9. Chocolate Mousse
  10. Red Velvet Cake
  11. Homemade pasta noodles (I’ll either have to purchase a pasta machine or borrow one for this one)
  12. Beef Wellington
  13. Onion Rings
  14. Braised Short Ribs
  15. Homemade Veggie Burger

Help!  What do you want to see me make in the next year?  What have you always wanted to try, but thought was too difficult to even attempt?

13 comments on “Your Help is Needed!

  • Sourdough can be difficult to make especially if you have to make your own starter. I also really love croissants, but they are a lot of work and so Marsha doesn’t make them very often.

    • Thanks for the suggestion, Kristin! My understanding of it is that its a mixture of lobster with egg yolks, brandy or cognac, and mustard stuffed into a lobster shell. It sounds delicious and I’m open to trying it. Hopefully I can get a good deal on lobsters!!

  • Definitely think you should add a curry dish my friend – Indian food is not easy 😉
    Maybe try a garlic naan, a seasoned lentil or vegetable curry and top it off with gulab jamun 😀

    Happy Easter!
    Choc Chip Uru

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