Food for thought: Cooking is not a science

A few months after I first moved out on my own, I got a hankering for some pancakes, but not just any pancakes, the ones my mom makes. With her not home to fill me in on her recipe, I hit the Internet. It is then that I made a crucial discovery for my development as person who sometimes cooks.

A few months after I first moved out on my own, I got a hankering for some pancakes, but not just any pancakes, the ones my mom makes. With her not home to fill me in on her recipe, I hit the Internet.
It is then that I made a crucial discovery for my development as person who sometimes cooks. With the exception of certain dishes in the realm of baking (namely souffl

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