3) Lay Out all Ingredients in Advance
Just as you go to add the cheese to your scrambled eggs, you realize it is still in the fridge. By the time you find the cheddar in the drawer, the eggs are overcooked. It’s time to put the cream cheese in the casserole dish. Except you forgot to get it out and it’s still too solid to spread. There is nothing like losing your momentum by having to stop and root through your spices to find the basil or discover that you are missing a vital ingredient all together. Save time making a meal by laying out all the ingredients and cooking tools in advance. That saves multiple trips into the cupboards, pantry, and refrigerator. It also means you won’t find yourself in the quandary of getting half way through a meal before realizing you left the butter at the store.
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