By Sarah Jampel
Some resolutions -- flossing every day, regaining the ability to touch your toes, spending less money on fancy salts -- fall in the category of more necessary than fun. But the right cooking resolutions can be both attainable and pleasurable.
So set out to actually use the appliance you got for Christmas three years back and to make friends with your butcher. Soon, you'll be enjoying delicious food while celebrating your accomplishments.
Check out the slideshow above for 10 New Year's cooking goals.
This article originally appeared on Food52.com: 10 New Year's Cooking Goals (and 20 Recipes to Get You Started).