Many of the recipes that you will find here are written with guidelines rather than exact measurements.
Maybe you have a parent or grandparent who could throw together a dish that was so delicious but couldn't give the exact measurements or directions. This is what I call Kitchen Intuition or cooking by feeling.
This style of cooking is the key to making something quickly with what you have on hand, and being creative so you don't get bored with what you make. It will also get you out of a pinch when you don't have all of the ingredients you think you need.
I learned how to cook this way from a French Chef named Marie, and it was a game-changer. A lot of what I share with you here is what I pull together during the week, and I hope these ideas serve as inspiration for you to create with your Kitchen Intuition.
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Like the food, most of the photos are "homemade" taken with my iPhone, often right before we eat dinner. The dishes may not be picture-perfect, but the results are delicious. And even when it doesn't turn out great, if it is made with fresh ingredients and a little love it's good. And good is good enough. So, come on over, pull up a chair, and have a seat at The Table.