How Can You Eat? Essay

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Not having someone who took care of me since coming here, I had to feed myself. However, not only I did not know how to cook, but also sometimes I was so lazy that I would rather choose to skip meals.
It was one Tuesday just after Thanksgiving Day. Starting to feel hungry, I went to the kitchen to see if there was anything to eat, a bottle of milk was in the fridge and a couple of potatoes were in the cupboard to the right of the fridge. I could have just boiled and eaten potatoes, but I was all alone at home over the long weekend, I deserved better than that. So, I looked it up the internet what I could do for myself with only these two. I finally found one recipe, well, it feels somehow embarrassing to call it "recipe," anyway it was perfect for me at that time.

Potato 200g
Onion 150g
Milk 200ml
Butter 15g
Bread for crouton 1 slice
Salt and black pepper to taste

1. Peel and cut potatoes into small dice, and cut onions into julienne.
2. After melting butter in a pot, put onions and saute occasionally until caramelized.
3. Add potatoes to the browned onions, pour milk to barely cover all ingredients, and bring to a boil over low heat.
4. Meanwhile, prepare crouton: cut the bread into small cube, fry in a little butter and drain well.
5. When milk boils, place them in a blender and puree until smooth.
6. If the puree is too thick, add milk to thin it.
7. Season with salt and black pepper to taste.
8. Serve the potato soup with the crispy
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