Monday, March 10, 2014

Shake & Bake

It's Monday and I'm ready to kill this week.  As in, make it count.  As for blogging, I haven't been reading blogs all that much, nor put much effort into my own.  Instead, my focus continues to be in my kitchen, writing and testing bakes as well as mains.

And I love it.

This is what I want to do with my life.  Now I just gotta figure out how to make a living at it.  I have a few ideas.

Let's see what happens.

26 comments:

  1. I bet you can find a way to make money doing what you love.

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  2. Rachel Ray did it and so can you!! ;)

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  3. Good luck no matter what you achieve or go for !

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  4. There are a lot of chefs not only making a career of it but achieving star status. You could be the Next Big Thing in the foodie world!

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    1. Just to be able to pay the bills, would be nice.

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  5. wouldn't it be nice if the two us got a baking show to host? :) You'd do your dough things and I'd make my layered cakes on TV :) Speaking of cakes, just invented a new one last week and I shall call it Prince Jam Cake :) because it is based on jam and there was also a real Turkish prince Jem :) so I mixed the two :)

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    1. Sounds like a fun creation you've got. Oh yeah, cookery/bake show would be fun. For sure.

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  6. I like it when you shake it when you bake it. Woooo!

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    1. Thanks, Poopyhead. You're the best.

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  7. I really hope you do end up baking-experimenting-writing for a living. That would be so awesome! I'm pulling for you.

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    1. Not going to be easy given my limited time allowed standing in a professional kitchen.

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  8. I'm so happy you get to do what you love. Me too.

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    1. My goal is to get paid doing what I love. Not anywhere near that ... yet.

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  9. Keep enjoying yourself! :)

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    1. Having fun is the easy part. Been doing that all my life. The hard part is getting paid to do it.

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  10. I have no doubt that you will find a way :)

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  11. make a tv show where you're the top chef and all you do is scream at people like that Gordon Ramsay guy

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    1. Sadly, the US shows with him show him yelling a lot but if you go back and watch the UK Kitchen NIghtmares, you'll learn he's not all about the screaming.

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    2. that's because most of European shows are very much different from US ones, much less aggressive and more polite. X FACTOR is for example a totally different show in Europe and in US. There's less evil yelling, humiliation and rude criticism.

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    3. He still yells and gets mad in the old UK Kitchen Nightmares AND in the older Hell's Kitchen. But for the old UK Kitchen nightmares there's a bigger focus on fixing things. Plus, Gordon narrates, which works nicely with the format.

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