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09.24.17

on weekends we cook

Inspiration > Kaizen

pursue out your passions, focus on your biggest fears, you will overcome

Know, that I'm right there with you, along the way.

By: Candice Kumai

O n  w e e k e n d s   w e   c o o k

I can vividly remember the days when I went to my mom + friends + told them I was going to go to culinary school. It was 2004, right out of college. Nobody else was doing it. No social media bullshit, nobody to impress & a very gritty career path to choose.

Mom told me that I could not make a living cooking. The craziest part is that she was the reason why I fell in love with cooking, with Japanese food, with everything homemade. The irony in life.

The Japanese have a saying, “Oyano se wo mite ko wa sodatsu”: Children learn by watching what their parents do, not by what they say.

I may not have always listened to my mother, but I certainly watched and learned from her, with glittering eyes.

She was right, I went broke learning to cook, and didn’t give af. I’m still paying off culinary school, I still struggle.

You are an example, be one. Start cooking and change your whole life.

Do it for yourself, create the life you want xx  ck

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