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My name is Alex and I am a college student and I like to cook food when I am at home. I like food that is cheap and tasty. I do not care about healthy, all-nature and organic stuff. As long as the food taste good and is not breaking my wallet, that is the food that I like. My kitchen is tiny (9x6 galley) and I do not have any fancy equipment (except a blender that I got for free and a KitchenAid mixer that I bought used and all dirty for cheap on eBay). My favorite thing to make is grilled beef or chicken sandwiches, because they are cheap and tasty. I use sauces a lot to compensate for the lack of my cooking skills, but the main point that the food comes out tasty.

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Welcome Alex. I know exactly where you're coming from. I just graduated from college a short time ago as well. Don't worry about a lack of cooking skills; not a single person here was born a decent cook. You have to have a love for food and an interest to learn. By joining ChefTalk, you no doubt have both. Read and enjoy, and you will learn a lot. Don't forget to check out product reviews, articles, etc. There's a lot more to this site than just the forum.

 

Cheers.

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I'd like to add my greetings to Tyler's enthusiastic one! I'm sure, Alex, that you'll probably hear people here try to get you to eat more healthfully and naturally, but hey- we all have our thing. biggrin.gif You've got to be adventurous and adaptable to cook in a kitchen the size of our walk-in closet! My hat's off to you- that's tough. I knwo there are others here from the NYC area and other places in the world where space is at a premium (Hong Kong or Tokyo, for instance) who can give you some tips for how to bloom your culinary skills in tight quarters.

 

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Welcome Alex! Nice to see you here! Hope you enjoy!!!

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Thanks all for your welcome. Not only is my kitchen small, but it is also overfilled with bunch of stuff like gadgets and things. Sometimes I find my kitchen too small to work in but generally I find it cozy and I really like the galley plan of it, if it was just a little bit longer and a way that I could install a good range hood, because when I grill something the smoke fills up my whole apartment.

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