Practice Makes Permanent

History of the balloon animal dog

Chef Morimoto scurries around Kitchen Stadium tossing ingredients into pans with passion and percise measurements. His measuring technique is like all Master Chefs, by eye.  Years of experience has taught him what a dash of basil feels like between his fingers. The Master Chef waste little effort as he mechanical and methodically prepares a seven-course … Read more

Going That Extra Step

Giving them more than they expect, not because you have to, but because it is a privilege. The client did not need to hire you. Work hard and practice more, especially when it is new. Do not look for accolades from peers or extra pay. Do it because you care about your craft. The industry … Read more