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[1: 1,252 of 10,000] Rachel Khoo: Delicate Cook

In Review on December 26, 2013 at 11:09 PM

I can never get enough of beautiful cooking shows especially if it offers something pretty. Meet Rachel Khoo, a British who I first saw cooking in France and another when she’s back in England.

Rachel Khoo - The Little Paris Kitchen - Cooking with Rachel Khoo

I love her! She is handling food delicately and she’s putting modern twist on regular dish. Her salad looks really festive and classy. Her desserts looked divine and delicious. Everything she prepares seemed easy and absolutely doable at home.


She also shops and dine to try other food. She also cook with other chefs. 

Rachel Khoo Food Shopping

Her smile and passion for food are infectious. Such a delight to watch! 🙂

[1: 729 of 10,000] Cooking Is A Dangerous Activity

In Journal on August 21, 2012 at 10:00 PM

I just earned myself another injury for cooking and yet again hurting my hand. It is such a very dangerous activity so I truly admire those who know their way in the kitchen or like saying they are cautious not to end up with bandage at the end.

Burning myself from a hot wok because I decided to use fork for flipping what I am frying is never a good idea.

The part that I really don’t like is when I get to take a bath and the water is lukewarm, the burned skin is a bit painful like it gets burned all over again.

Kitchen Burn Quick Remedy: I’m sure I’ll be all right though because after the incident, I immediately washed it with cold water and applied Diclogesic Gel, lots of the gel. After a few days, the burned skin will magically peel off and I’ll be just fine.

[1: 404 of 10,000] A Dream To Become A Chef

In Article on October 16, 2011 at 12:01 AM

My wishful dream to become a chef may not be the right path to pursue because there are so many moments when I slice or chop fresh meats (any kind from beef, poultry, fish, etc.) I cringe for the slimy texture and a bit disgusted for imagining a human flesh (sorry if it’s too gory but watching Hannibal Lecter‎ add up to my unbelievable bad imagination). I’m not vegetarian, I like to eat cooked meat, it’s just the process when it’s raw that tick me off.

Watching chefs prepare and cook with such finesse really proved that not everyone is fit for everything. I better stick with paper and computer that never give the slightest discomfort to me; although I can always try to become a Pastry Chef. Did I mention I love cakes from previous post? And last time I check they didn’t have any meat in the ingredients! 😉