||This space is where I get to talk about my own stuff. My dad may edit it, but
it's mine, all mine, so be afraid.
- June 5th,
- Now that Heck's Kitchen is up fully, I've decided to go back into
frequent blogging. I made a dinner in the training kitchen, which consisted
of broccoli soup, two sauce chicken, and noodle rice. The noodle rice was
good fresh. A good holiday recipe in the winter. I'm hoping for Heck's
Kitchen Burritos tonight, but that a hope, we are probably having sushi. I
aslo have to deal with the Intern's Birthday tomorrow, but what the Heck.
- April 16th,
- This weekend was full of Heck's Kitchen goodness. While I was just the
camera man for Project Sushi (Rhys' Assignment), I was the spearhead in the
kitchen for Sunday night's dinner. That consisted of egg-fried rice done in
Head Chef Randall's wok (boy did Dad have fun with that) Chicken two ways,
and Assistant Kris' green beans. Great success. Thanks for all your help,
- March 25th,
- Our first big dinner in a long time had me and dad running around the
kitchen like idiots for the most part, but the end product was well worth
it. Personally, the sauce for the tuna could use some work, but otherwise,
the meal was great. We must have done well, because we got someone who hates
tuna to swallow the appetizers whole. Great job dad. That's all for now,
cause I've got some cheesecake to steal. I mean...Uh...Check my
e-mail...Yeah, that's it....
- March 21st, 2007
- Last night was the first true meal in Heck's Kitchen and I can attest
that it was amazing. The fried rice was delicious. The meal was well worth it,
even with me having to hang behind the stove to retrieve a pepper shaker
which Chef Randy dropped.
I also complete my first dinner service away from home, with the
assistance of my grandmother. I can say that I am totally ready for the gala.
Cheveyo keeps trying to eat me. He licked me earlier in the kitchen, and
I guess I tasted good. *shudder* That's all for today.
- March 5th, 2007
- Although i have been cut off from Heck's Kitchen this week, I have still
been working hard, and have recently created the best apple crumble recipe
I've ever had. I hope to try it out once Heck's Kitchen is back into the
running, but until then, I'd better keep practicing.
I feel kind of guilty that I'm creating some cool meals away from Heck's
Kitchen, but if I am getting frowned upon for it, remember that I have no
apparatus to work with in the big HK house.
- February 24th, 2007
Another successful dinner in the kitchen on my own. This was, again,
at my mothers house, so dad couldn't enjoy the Chinese New Year-themed
dinner. But, how would I have made it at Heck's (Makeshift) Kitchen anyway?
As soon as the Heck's Kitchen is up and running again, the giant gala will
happen, and that's when I'm going to put my cooking skills to the test... On my
friends and family, meaning there's very little chance of criticism.
To be perfectly honest, I'm a bit sick of eating out so much, especially
since the main thing we go for is wings. Believe it or not, it gets tiring after
The new cat is a great addition to the family. Thing is, everyone loves it so
much, I don't get to bond with it at all. (No finger pointing...DAD...)
- December 2006
Well, along with the launch of the site, I also completed my first dinner
alone in the kitchen. It was a rather conventional dinner,
just a simple Caesar salad to start, followed by an interlude of mango
sorbet. I then served my homemade thick-crust pizza. For dessert, I
constructed a large fruit platter of pineapple, raspberries, and grapes.
Although simple, the dinner went over quite well.
I want to see how many different types of cuisine I
can try before the holidays are over. I've got a whole week to use and I
plan to make the most of it.
The random color co-ordination
complaints and worries about everything that isn't directly related to
cooking make absolutely no sense to me whatsoever.
Most likely the first and only Heck's Kitchen dinner this month will be on
New Year's Eve. Personally, if any of us (including me, I am the teenager)
plan to stay up, I doubt that stuffing ourselves with food at 7:00 is a good
idea. My suggestion would be an easy, but not quite filling meal that we can
all enjoy throughout the evening, and also we could eat smaller lighter
things after dinner to help keep us up late, but that's just my idea.
Dinner should be early, say 6pm, so that we don't fall asleep.