“We all have one — a dish we don’t need a recipe for,” begins a recent Times article. If that is true, what is yours?
It could be something as simple as a grilled cheese sandwich or the perfect popcorn. How do you make it? How did you originally learn the recipe — or is it something you invented yourself?
If you don’t know any recipes by heart, what do you wish you knew how to make without consulting directions? Why?
Tell us in the comments, then read the related article to learn how to make chicken soup from scratch, classic brownies, arroz con pollo and more.
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