Cooking a meal at home does not have to be a huge process. Here are a few tips to make things a bit easier. First, read the recipe twice all the way through and make sure you have all the ingredients. Next, do all the prep work before you start. Finally, clean as you go. This will save you a big mess and headache once you have finished your meal.
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