Since I have just started learning how to cook, I thought of documenting my journey. I have been watching a lot of HamiMommy, HoneyJubu, and KitchenStory lately. They have inspired me to cook because they produce simple meals that seem doable in my head.
There's also a new channel that I discovered that I'm excited to view but haven't really had too much time and it's called W Table. If there are Filipino counterparts that are just as relaxing to watch and aesthetically pleasing, please comment the channels down below.
So far, it's been working out and so I'm really excited to continue the cooking attempts that I have made which have been 90% successful so far.
So, I started with pasta. Sadly, I only have one photo because I wasn't confident yet about the pasta that I was making. This was a creamy cheese carbonara with pork cutlets.
Confession: I thought the pork cutlets I bought were bacon but apparently I was mistaken. Luckily, it still came off well.
I also learned to cook steamed fish. I started with steamed tilapia (milkfish) because it was cheaper and I figured that if I botch it, it wouldn't be as painful in comparison to steamed LapuLapu. Thankfully, I succeeded on both counts.
I have also learned to level up my steamed eggs, tamago, and hotpot.
I've also done some katsu pasta, baked salmon, and veggies, as well as stir fry veggies.