Creamy Fettuccine Alfredo Is Easy to Make, or so says KitchenDaily and Eatingwell.com
I had three children and made them nutritious foods; we never ran to a restaurant to feed the brood simply because I, or my wife, was fearful in tackling a meal. An article gave “Fettucine Alfredo” as an example food that meets the many cosequences of remaining home, fearful in the kitchen because you might not please the children with your normal cooking. For Fettucine… you would travel away form the security of your own home, pay over the budget just for a meal the kids would like?
The article was not very well written. Their motivations for offering Italian food as the savior of our tastes or even forgetting they mentioned kid foods and your abilities in the same breath could never make anybody want to rush to their favorite restaurant for flavor gratification; nevertheless, they do try all three approaches indicating an inability to chose one subject and focus. I am sure they hoped this wandering in and out of so many subjects would forgive the above writing problems simply by viewing recipes of the Italian sort, making you think--I can do this (because by now you have forgotten words like nutritious, kids and over-budget)!
I believe the greater question looming, which becomes clear from this article would be…
What meals would you travel away from security, warmth and go over-budget simply to please the taste buds?
These opinions are mine and not those of NTTC.
Original material was from Eatingwell.com