Cooking may be tiring or time consuming but you have to admit it is relaxing. I love cooking when I have the time for it. I love to carefully pick, craft and create my dishes so I enjoy the finished product to the fullest.
I notice that if I rush myself, the dishes do not taste as good. Which is why I honestly feel that cooking is an act that should be experienced and not forced. By pouring your heart and soul into your dishes, you muster up something that transcends the physical world.
If you don’t believe me, try cooking the exact same dish two separate times. You should be in a hurry and unenthusiastic when you cook the dish the first time. Take your time and be gentle the second time you cook your dish.
Ask a family member to try both dishes before you taste it yourself. You’ll be surprised by the difference. Don’t waste your ingredients on half hearted attempts of cooking. Enjoy the process. If you don’t have the time to make a fancy dish, make a simple one.
As long as you pour out your heart into your cooking, it will taste great to anyone who tries it.