You may think your parents can’t do anything to make you happy, but they do.
That’s because they love to cook, and their cooking skills are second to none.
Read more on our ‘Aging Careers’ page to find out how they are helping shape your life and career.
How do your parents do it?
The food of their lives The family kitchen The foodies table, and in the kitchen The kitchen is where the magic happens.
This is where our parents make us happy, and where we share their passion.
For example, when I was little, my mother made me an enormous bowl of kashmiri and vegetables.
I loved it.
When she came home from work one day, she took my hand and showed me how to make it.
She taught me how it tasted and then told me to put it on a plate for her.
I took the bowl, put my hands on the spoon and started making kashmi.
I wanted to make a bowl for her too, so I used my own ingredients, like salt, vinegar and spices.
When we got home, she used all the ingredients and I shared with her what I had made.
Her parents are my life and my life is hers.
And that’s because my parents love what they do and their passion is so strong that I never want to leave it.
I love my family, too, and I love the cooking.
So why do they do it the way they do?
Aged care homes are a big part of my family.
It’s a place where I can learn to cook.
I started cooking when I first went to a young age.
I didn’t have any other job, so cooking was my outlet for joy and satisfaction.
It also gave me a new perspective on life and gave me the confidence to work hard and be proud of who I am.
My parents are a part of everything that I love, and that’s why they make me happy.
My mother cooks, while my father cooks.
I am also an expert in my field.
I cook my own food.
I know my way around a stove and I know how to use a blender.
My father’s cooking skills come from years of studying cooking in France and India.
He’s a cookbook author, too.
When I was very young, I used to watch him cook.
He taught me everything.
When my mother came home and she saw my cooking skills, she became a vegetarian.
I was inspired.
My parents are also the people who instilled me with passion for cooking and their skills are amazing.
The people they work with are amazing too.
I like to thank my parents for everything they do for me.
The love of food And what is it that makes them so passionate about food?
Their love for food is not limited to the cooking, but extends to their work.
My dad was an expert chef.
My mum is an expert baker.
They have taught me about cooking from childhood.
My cooking skills have helped me to excel in many aspects of my life, and they have also helped me with my studies.
They are my lifeline.
I can’t thank them enough.
My family is very supportive of me in every aspect of my work, from cooking to studying.
I have had to take care of them when they need me most, but I always make sure to take good care of myself.
It is the people around me that make me feel so comfortable and at ease.
The food we eat makes us happy.
When food is good, people are happy.
This goes beyond just cooking.
When there are lots of people around you, everyone is happy.
It doesn’t matter if you are in a hurry to get things done or busy with work, people all over the world are happy to be around you.
My mother and I enjoy making food together.
It can be delicious, and it always has something special to it.
It makes me feel loved and supported.
My work and studies are also about supporting my family and making sure they are taken care of.
My family is also part of the family.
I would like to see more women in my family making a career out of food.
They will help me make a career in food and cook.
When they have a passion for food, they will also support me and make me a better person.
And if there is something that I can do to help my parents, then I will do it.
My passion for baking is something I have always wanted to do, but my family has been amazing to help me realise that dream.
My love of cooking is one of my greatest assets in life.