Ben­e­fits of learn­ing cook­ery

Panay News - - BUSINESS - By Gemma B. Patanao

LEARN­ING about cook­ery is not just an up­grade of the knowl­edge a per­son pos­sess about the house­hold chore called cook­ing; i t goes be­yond chores or er­rands. The spe­cial­iza­tion on Cook­ery does not of­fer just the mastery of cook­ery, it also of­fers the op­por­tu­nity to gain pos­i­tive traits as a per­son, as a pro­fes­sional, and as a busi­ness­man. When it comes to how cook­ery helps in be­com­ing a bet­ter per­son, it helps be­cause try­ing to look cook­ery re­quires pa­tience of the per­son as he or she learns some­thing new about cook­ery, a new recipe, or when some­thing wrong hap­pens in the kitchen or in the cook­ery busi­ness he or she owns.

Also, cook­ing for oth­ers is com­mon, so we can get the joy of help­ing other peo­ple and pro­vid­ing hap­pi­ness to oth­ers. There are those peo­ple who used their abil­ity to cook to cook for peo­ple in dis­as­ter-stricken ar­eas and cook for the poor. As for the ways it can ben­e­fit peo­ple who prac­tice cook­ing as a means of get­ting in­come through em­ploy­ment or through busi­ness, cook­ery teaches peo­ple about to­tal qual­ity man­age­ment ( although it is just as ap­pli­ca­ble at home as it is in the work­place). The level of qual­ity, how­ever, in the busi­ness setup goes be­yond just hy­giene as it re­quires the abil­ity to present the food in a way that is ex­tra vis­ually pleas­ing that how it looks stim­u­lates hunger and there could be times when the in­gre­di­ents are more so­phis­ti­cated and it has to be han­dled and cooked in a par­tic­u­lar way.

Whether you are cook­ing for fam­ily, friends, or cus­tomers, at­ten­tion to de­tail is im­por­tant in cook­ery be­cause peo­ple want to eat tasty food and the in­gre­di­ents and uten­sils in cook­ing must be safe to use. Prepa­ra­tion must be suit­able to both the in­gre­di­ents

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