A kitchen is a special place where people work, learn and evolve their skills for a better tomorrow. However, like any other workplace, there will be some people that you’ll come across that can be either great for the kitchen, or bad. Let me get my list out for you guys:
I was in my living room drinking my second (or was it third) cup of coffee, writing and creating recipes for my next blog, until I hear the doorbell ring. I opened the door and saw myself. Me 10 years ago. I looked much younger, a lot skinnier, slightly depressed from his past, and maybe…
I remember this. I remember this picture. It was the best turkey for a customer’s final meal. All my emotions came flooding. It came down like an avalanche.
“With a lot of love, there’s some darkness behind the dish”
Mental health. What comes to your mind when you hear those two words. Is it the mixed feeling of an unpredictable event that may or may not happen, like the notorious anxiety feeling? Or maybe it’s the downward spiral of depression that is slowly killing us every day?
I was driving down memory lane in my car. The places I went before the pandemic happened. All the places where I eat with friends, play, and even went away when I feel out of place, slowly disappear.
It’s been a wild 6 years in the food industry. I’ve been burned, cut, and maybe blown myself up several times. I’ve sacrificed everything for this. My relationship, friends, and parts of my sanity. All my blood, sweat, and tears have been poured onto this place where I call this my passion.
It’s been a while. Roads are empty. Places where we used to go, are quiet. And everyone feels a bit lonely. But we started to see a new beginning that we have been promised. A new normal where we are free to do what we please. A new chapter for us to start.
2020 is a year that will go down in history. It affected millions of lives if not billions physically, mentally or physically. Whether it’s Covid-19, racial justice taking a huge stand or a loss of a celebrity or a loved one, it teaches us to adapt in every situation. I won’t say that 2020 is…
When I got upstairs, she’s nowhere to be found. Then I saw my front door unlocked. She was outside sitting in the front porch in the freezing cold weather without a coat. It started to snow too so I grabbed her coat and headed outside with mine.