Me gusta un poco menos la posguerra que queda a veces y el trabajo de reconstrucción. Nada es gratis.
Playing the scullion
I love to draw in the kitchen and I love to cook. I love specially chopping vegetables, I find it very relaxing. I never do it with robots or any other weird artifacts that do not save so much time and cancel so much fun. I'm not an expert but neither a weekend cook, I do it very often and it's pleasant for me even as a duty. My best teacher was Roberta that taught me the basics. Before I knew her I was a take-away-pizza-and-canned-fabada single. I owe so much also to Karlos Arguiñano, at the very beginning, and Simone Rugiati, when i lived in Bologna. Well..., also to Jamie Oliver. Even if he uses to sadisticly bully the spanish cooking, he is a good communicator and teaches on a very clear and funny way. For some time now the little TV I watch is cooking shows.I don't love as much the post-war that uses to happen once the meal is finished and the reconstruction work. Nothing is for free.