Sandy, OR – NoTakeOut.com has been thoroughly updated with the goal of helping consumers recreate their favorite restaurant foods in their own kitchen. â??â??Teaming up with skilled chefs and industry experts, NoTakeOut.com offers a comprehensive look at commercial cooking, showing consumers how to get great results at home.
The site features a delicious spectrum of recipes ranging from famous copycat burgers to classic restaurant dishes, to trends like bacon jam and smashed potatoes. All food is fair game, and comes along with the pro tips to make great meals by any skill level of home cook. NoTakeOut.com shares techniques and equipment the pros use, showing folks how to get the same results on their own. From cooking terms to meal ideas, this site is an excellent resource for food of all kinds.
Unfortunately, many of the favorite restaurant foods in America are not especially healthy. Portion sizes run too large. Heavy processing can take away nutrients and add unwanted chemicals. Starting with wholesome ingredients that the consumer self-selects, cooking them in traditional simpler ways at home, makes for a great avenue to end up with good food that is much healthier than commercial products. Combining great flavors with this healthier approach is one aspect of the goals behind Notakeout.com.
“Food is family,” says Jacob Cordero, Chief Design Officer of NoTakeOut.com, “Cooking it, and sharing it, create some of the best experiences of our lives. Helping people bring this to every family is our goal with NoTakeOut.com”.
NoTakeOut.com is built to help people enjoy this most basic of activities. From menu ideas to walking through specific dishes, they are a resource for every level of home cook. Recipe articles go beyond the basics, sharing food history and information. With difficulty ratings, calorie counts and easy directions, NotTakeOut.com will benefit everyone feeding themselves, family, or friends, with a great meal experience.
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