aloo-spinach, mushroom-peas-capsicum simmered in mild aromatic spices, ajwain seasoned brussels sprouts and raw cocktail cucumber with multi-grain rotis :) yummy yummy come join us :)
mint, cilantro, mildly stewed portabellas with some raw monterays :) and the result is yummy yummy :)
Listening to the famous Chef Thomas Keller yesterday in the campus was so inspiring. Wanna know what lead him from a dishwasher to SEVEN grand Michelin Stars? #goosebumps
organization; efficiency; critical feedback; repetition; rituals; team work;
It was a certain feast for me when he explained each of these that gives me little more clarity in grasping where men fail whatever their field of work is, how teams flounder however ambitious their goals are, and in fact why success dates only a few.
Plant a seed :) and watch it growing.
And a win-win if you grow your kitchen’s common spices on your own :) Yes! Our large patio now has a purpose :)
To go to America and shake hands with him.
That was my dream. He was my Hero. As a teen, I always wanted to meet him and just shake hands once. Here is a short video that explains why he is so famous and how he achieved it. Admire you Neil! You braved the most fascinating yet terrifying vacuum and gave us a new possibility, opened a new door.