I stumbled upon this article by Cooking Light while searching "common cooking terms" and found it quite interesting. Why so interesting? Because I have done (and still do) a few of these hahaha - look at 18 and 23 for example..
36 ALWAYS happens to me. It is shameful because I have a string of Asian in my family with an obvious staple of rice. I don't want a rice cooker because I have the smallest kitchen in the world and will end up storing it in my living room next to the shoe pile and on top of my laundry basket.
25 is something to debate about... especially for this blog motive. I agree, having the best ingredients is a sure-fire way to have an excellent dish, but what do we do when we can't afford shit?
24 is also something I disagree with. Well PERSONALLY this is the reason learned to cook. Through mistakes! If I messed up something (like a chicken breast) I would still eat it because there is nooooo way I am throwing that out and starting over. But by being forced to eat it, just reinforced my need to do better next time.
Hopefully this article will help you in your future cooking endeavors! Are there any mistakes that you commonly make?
Article: The Most Common Cooking Mistakes