6 Meals You Should Know How to Make by Your 36th Birthday
You've already figured out how to cook a decent dinner, but here are the go-to dishes for (almost) every grown-up moment that comes your way.
For When You Had a Cruddy Day at Work
Nachos—even the homemade kind—don't require a ton of brainpower, and what better way to wipe out work woes than by eating dinner with your hands from one big plate in the middle of the table? Topping them with from-scratch chili, though, is a way to make the snack food feel like a real meal, and this recipe is a keeper; it gets a mysterious, spicy-sweet note from cinnamon (trust us, it works). Once you've made the chili, which takes a half-hour max, all that's left is to spoon it over tortilla chips and melt some shredded cheddar on top.
Get the recipe: Turkey Chili