January 25, 2017

Nobody Born as a Chef, Let's Learn...


The hardest part of learning to cook is getting started. Actually I never really knew how to cook, I just didn't know how to start. I don't have any idea of cooking, I'm not enough decision-making skills, until I was in my twenties.


After married I began to appreciate the art of cooking. Well because I love good food and I love to eat, I didn't like being bad at cooking, so yeah I figured that I might as well learn to cook, trial and error. It would have started my struggle and relationship with homemade food.


But now I spend as much time as I want in my kitchen for some experimentation (depend on my mood, hahahaaa). I usually plan my meal for tomorrow, searching in YouTube, watching for the simple and tasty recipe to try my hands at. For several times in a week, I head off to traditional market or grocery store near my home, to seek out the fresh vegetables and some ingredients.


In a day, I just make one type of food also the side dishes which take very little time, energy, and effort to make. Because I know how my capability in cooking, I don't want to cook wasting food and no one wants.


There is a simple meal but tasted so Yummy...





After almost two years of trying I can say that now I had some food that I could cook. I love the events when I preparing the ingredients, light up the stove, get down to cook, cleanup, serves the food on the table, and then see at tomorrow morning no leftovers at there.


So, if you are a woman who didn't know how to cook well, don't worry about that. Let's learn, serves the best as you can, and find another way to make him proud and happy to have you in his life :)




(Photo By Lenovo A859)