TV shows can teach us a lot, you know. From entertainment to education, from comedy to drama, factual to documentary, it can evoke many emotions within whenever we as a family unit sit down every so often each week to watch our ritualistic TV show that everyone in the family is eager to watch from week to week. While it is always different from person to person, and from family to family, what the family unit can all agree on is the fond memories the TV show will impact upon whomever watches it. In this case, and in relation to the title of this blog, the cooking shows that we watch can inspire us all, not necessarily to cook like Curtis Stone, Gordon Ramsey, Jamie Oliver or even Heston Blumenthal, but hopefully to cook, to be creative in the kitchen, and to maybe express a hidden talent or two, in a way that could be as beneficial to the family as it would probably be to the person cooking.
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What is your favourite all time food? The type of dish that you would travel half way around the world to eat? The type that, if you’re in another city, and your parents ring up, and say ‘___, we’re having this food, be home by this day’ you immediately rush back home?
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Sentimental- the definition is pretty simple. Something of your past that you hold onto, not because of any monetary value, but because of the intrinsic value you place on it. It may not necessarily be the most popular thing of that time period, but nevertheless, you hold onto it because of the fond memories it gives you. In this weekly post of Sentimental Saturdays, we discuss the things that make us remember the times where life was simple, good, and sometimes less complicated than the lives we live currently.
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