Generally, the mother of a family hands down her cooking skills to her daughters either genetically or manually. Meaning, you're either born with cuisinart skills or your mom instills them in you by having you help her. Well, that isn't the case with moi. My mom is an amazing cook (actually, so is my dad), don't get me wrong. I just never helped her cook because I was usually outside with the horses or being a tomboy. So the genetic influence skipped me - it did however hit my brother square on head. Lucky little squirt.
Anywho - basically I'm not a chef. It's not that I don't want to be, it's that I don't know how to be. I don't know how to look for recipes, make a grocery list for recipes I want to make that week and then the big kicker is that I lack the time it takes to prepare quick, easy and delicious meals. Enter: OPERATION DOMESTICATE BUZZARD
What I need from you, dearest readers, are recipes that are quick, easy and delicious. Oh, and they need to incorporate meat. Side dishes don't necessarily need it but main dishes - meat is a must. I'm open to all things - mexican food, italian, american --> all of it.
So please help domesticate Buzzard by contributing your favorite delicious recipes (Hyatt will really appreciate it too). You can email me at email@example.com. Thanks!
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Native Kansan with a passion for K-State, agriculture, rodeo and free speech. Two-time K-State alumna with a background in animal science and livestock production combined with a tremendous love for writing and communicating. I find joy in the simple things: college sports, hot chocolate, ‘me time’ and a close circle of family and friends. You’ll find an odd assortment of agriculture, rodeo, K-State, home decorating, cooking, clothing and married life on this blog. Good luck finding order in this chaos.