A few months ago, I was on a family vacation with my mother and father.
It was a hot summer day and the air was so hot it felt like it was going to boil.
I wanted to make the best of the situation, so I got my dad to borrow an old stove from the garage, put it in the car, and drove home.
I was in awe.
The house was beautiful.
The yard was beautiful and filled with colorful trees.
It felt like we were on the edge of the universe.
I couldn’t believe I had been so wrong about all of this.
But then I started to think about how things were going to be different in the coming years.
And then I realized that if I had known then that the things I had envisioned in my mind and my head would take me nowhere I never would have thought of making it to the end of my life.
For years, I had wanted to become a chef.
It wasn’t until I learned how to make great sauces and soups that I realized how much work it is to become one.
It takes time and dedication, but you can make your dream come true.
If you want to get serious about cooking, I suggest you read this book, which details everything you need to know about becoming a chef: The Art of Making Great Sausages by David Chang.
The book is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound.