Thursday, March 27, 2008

I know I am not a good cook but...

Last Friday, while having our movie marathon, I took time to cook Tuna spaghetti for my nephews. I got the recipe in my kitchen calendar and since we’re not home that time I remembered all the ingredients and the cooking process only in my memory.

I am not a good cook, I have to admit that, but when I do it I make sure I do it with all my heart specially when I’m cooking the recipe for the first time. I have always been fascinated with the chefs and I watched several cooking reality shows, even local cooking TV shows I catch them up when I have time. I love the way they prepare something ordinary and make it look super special. Interesting.

I guess that’s the wonder of being a graduate from a culinary school or a chef school.

How I wish I am one of them but that of course I know would always remain a wish on my list. I heard culinary schools are quite expensive, but it’s all worth it I should say. Chef earned big bucks especially if you work for some five star hotel or top restaurant or maybe even more in luxury ships.

For now, I will enjoy whatever I can cook for my hubby and for my nephews & nieces. They loved that Tuna Spaghetti and I’m happy.

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Happy cooking!

2 comments:

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  2. I came over from TSB. I just wanted to say that my grandmother taught me to cook when I was a little girl. You don't need to go to an expensive school (even though I agree it sounds fascinating!) to be a good cook. I got away from real cooking for a while (long story) but I've gotten back into it in the last 18 months. I was a little rusty but it's all coming back to me. The more you practice, the better you get. So play with new recipes & experiment and don't be afraid of having some err... mishaps. ;-) All part of the learning process!

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