I’ve read somewhere that one of the basics of learning how to cook is actually knowing how to use knives. From what knife to use to how should an ingredient be cut/sliced according to how it’s needed in the dish, you have to know how to prepare ingredients using your knives so you can maximize their potential when cooking them. Now going with the theme of encouraging everyone to make coffee at home since they also cook at home, it’s also important to highlight that, like in cooking, we all need to learn how to grind coffee first.
He had to drop his grocery bags, again. This was the fifth time he has had to do it, at 2 minute intervals it seems. He estimates he has about 200 meters left to finally get home, based on his distance tracking when he was still walking as a cardio exercise every morning.
I would not be surprised if online content of cooking anything are crushing views right now due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (Phillippine Lockdown) caused by Covid-19. We’re in it for a more than a month now and a lot of people are either searching for new recipes or are trying to recreate some of their favorite meals from restaurants in their own homes.
I have my complaints, but I am grateful I have an opportunity to work from home and even more grateful I am living in a home that makes it relatively easy to just #stayathome to help #flattenthecurve. Having said that, it’s not my dream job, but it’s what I have now and it helps pay the bills.
Ever heard of “if it’s too good to be true, it’s not”? Yeah, free coffee is too good to be true. Do you know how expensive coffee is, especially in the Philippines? What’s that? It’s not as expensive as the Phone I’m using? Have you never heard of scale?