Hello Culinary world!
I've really been enjoying my time in the kitchen recently. Cooking for friends and families has helped ease the recent burden of applying to professional school. While I've always enjoyed cooking I was left without direction until I came across my collegiate organic chemistry courses. I learned about some of the various chemical reactions in cooking which sparked a desire to explore this world further.
As a strange aside; the skateboarding community refers to the process of learning new tricks as "trick progression". That is to say, you learn the easiest tricks first and once mastered you progress towards new tricks and even variations on more simple tricks. While I understand that I have a variety of recipes and options thanks to the internet, I wanted to know if there was something like this in the culinary world?
Currently, I am just picking things out that are my favorites and trying to recreate them. I am enjoying this but I do not know if I would be better served learning in a particular order?
Nice to meet you all and thanks in advance for your thoughts/comments,