If you are a fan of the show “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” on Food Network, then this post is for you. If you love to cook and want to know more about everything Eve Best has done in her career, then keep reading!
In this blog post, we will share 30 days worth of posts that will allow you to become an expert at cooking like Eve Best. Every day we’ll give a new tip or recipe from one of her many cookbooks. You can use these tips and recipes every day as part of your daily routine or pick just the ones that interest you most. Either way, by the end of this month-long series, you’ll be able to whip up any dish with confidence.
-Day One: How to Make a Baked Apple. This is one of Eve’s favorite fall dishes and she shares it in her new cookbook, “Comfort Food With Style.” All you need are apples, cinnamon sticks, brown sugar, butter or margarine spread on the bottom of an ovenproof dish (or pie plate), chopped walnuts if desired and allspice for flavor. Fill up your pan with water until about two thirds of the way full or just enough so that when you put your apple halves down they will be submerged by at least half their height while baking. Carefully place them cut side up into the dish without breaking through the skin so as not to let any juices escape during cooking. Bake uncovered at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for about 20 minutes. Halfway through the cooking time, add a little more water if needed to keep apples submerged and cover with aluminum foil before finishing baking at 375 degrees until tender when pierced by a fork or knife.
-Day Two: How to Make Linguine With Olive Oil Sauce (from “The Food of Italy”). You’ll need olive oil, garlic cloves that have been crushed with salt in a mortar so they form into an emulsion, peperoncini pepper flakes or hot red pepper flakes, minced anchovy fillets (optional), pitted green olives chopped coarsely and semolina flour mixed with just enough cold water to make it thin enough to be poured like cream soup over pasta. Combine the olive oil, garlic and peppers in a skillet over high heat.
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This pasta dish takes about 20 minutes from start to finish but it’s worth every second – so yummy! The linguine comes with sauce that has just enough flavor without being too spicy; then you get your olives on top for a little pizzazz while the noodles cook perfectly al dente. If my spaghetti had been this delicious when I was growing up, I might never have bothered leaving home.. ;) Happy cooking!
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“Day Two: How to Make It Yours”
This is the second post in a series of posts about how to become an expert. The last blog post focused on becoming an expert by creating your own content, so today I’ll be talking about finding and adding value to other people’s work instead of just consuming it. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or great resources for your next project, there are plenty of ways you can find what you need (including Google!). There is also lots more information available than ever before with blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels and social media profiles all able to provide valuable insights into pretty much anything these days. So get out there! Explore new ideas while getting inspired from others’ expertise: it’s time to make learning fun again!
Day One: What Is Eve Best?
Day Two: Who is This for? Day Three: Why Do I Need It? Day Four: How do you use it?
Day Five: Creating an Expert Avatar
Day Six, Part A : Getting your Planner Set Up and Organized.
Part B : Evaluating the Resources You Have Available to You.
Part C : Setting up Your Calendar of Actions with a Checklist from Start to Finish [insert this checklist] .
*Note that these are only bullet points as examples- please write full sentences when writing long form content.*
Day Six, Part C : Setting up Your Calendar of Actions with a Checklist from Start to Finish
-Establish your goal for the month. What are you hoping to accomplish?
-Map out what needs to be done in order to reach this goal and put it on paper. It’s important that you have specific goals so that each day can contribute towards them or else you will get very burnt out. Write down everything: actions, resources needed, timelines and anything else related. This is where planning comes in! If there are any steps not clear enough after mapping it out then take a look at some tutorials online for more information before moving forward with creating an expert avatar (Eve). You don’t want to be spending your time researching all of the steps when you could be actualizing what needs to be done.
-Create a timeline with deadlines for each step. This will help keep you on track and ensure that if something gets postponed, it’s rescheduled at another date. You can also use this as an opportunity to break down any larger goals into smaller tasks which are easier to manage over the course of a month
What does success look like for me? What am I hoping my finished product looks like in 30 days? In order to create this blog post, I had two specific goals: -Achieve mastery in Eve Best -Publish 100 articles (eighty percent original content) by the end of 30 days
-Research the life and work of Eve Best. Find her website, read about her background information to understand why she started speaking publicly about feminism
-Make a list of companies that I want to interview for this project by researching who they are in comparison with my topic (e.g. Fast Company) -Set up an e-mail template for each company and contact them all at once so it’s easier on me
Let’s take a look at how we’re doing: We have written three articles our original content which means 79 more articles still need to be published! In order to stay motivated during these times where I’m not feeling as productive as others, I will set up a goal calendar to make sure I’m staying on track.
-Research the life and work of Eve Best
Let’s take a look at how we’re doing: We have written three articles our original content which means 79 more articles still need to be published! In order to stay motivated during these times where I’m not feeling as productive as others, I will set up a goal calendar to make sure I’m staying on track. -Research the life and work of Eve Best -Find 30 quotes about creativity to use as inspiration in daily emails. I’ll send a quote from one of my favorite movies with an inspirational message at least once per week. Starting this Monday, I will include these gems on a monthly basis so they don’t become too repetitive for recipients’ inboxes. This way, I can be sure that by day 30 we will have something new to share! With your help, let’s make it happen! Stay tuned for next month’s progress reports.. Eve is our muse – she lives within us and without her spirit none of our art would exist. Let’s celebrate what makes each person uniquely them: their fears