You see, I do not look domesticated. I am one of those women who is always perceived to be an office girl, a working Mom, or a woman on the go. Yes, I fall into that stereotype. I actually even have the same reaction since I rarely cook nowadays.
Still, I forged ahead with this adventure. Thankfully, a friend went to support though I'm not really sure if he even knew what was happening. LOL.
I was originally set to cook the Classic Mechado and Classic Callos but fate was smiling at me for suddenly, I was switched to making Chicken Salad and Meatloaf which were a lot easier.
It was an experience making these dishes in front of a camera and a huge crowd. What made it even more insane is that a lot of the people kept asking me about the dishes I was preparing. I felt worried that I might not be able to answer the questions thrown at me and embarrassing myself. Thankfully, I was able to answer all questions thrown at me. I never knew it could be so nerve wracking.
This is me with my Chicken Salad as well as my Meatloaf. Hopefully, no one died from eating it. :)
Thanks to my friend for supporting eventhough the event was a bit early. :)Thank you as well to Del Monte Kitchenomics for letting me feel what its like to be part of the Kitchenomics family.
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Hi! Let's all try to add more positivity in this world and adhere to the saying, "if you don't have anything nice to say, keep silent."
Showering you with unicorn poop so you'd always stay magical! Heart heart!