- July 25 -

Culinarians Day

In other words, it is a day for the chefs. Because most people love going out to eat and ordering food that they do not have to cook, today is the day to celebrate those that make this happen.  Go out to eat today and make sure to say thank you to the chefs that cook your food. They make...

Culinarians Day

In other words, it is a day for the chefs. Because most people love going out to eat and ordering food that they do not have to cook, today is the day to celebrate those that make this happen.

Go out to eat today and make sure to say thank you to the chefs that cook your food. They make delicious food every day for people and simple appreciation goes a long way. Even those people that are not professional chefs appreciate gratitude. For those people that cook meals in their homes are technically chefs as well because they prepare food for families every day as well. Whether it is a parent, a nanny, an older sibling, or even a grandparent, they should be told that they are appreciated when they cook.

Those of you that do like to cook, make a special meal today either for yourself or the ones you love. Put special attention on each course to show that you love your family and friends! And for those of you that don’t like to cook or are just not very good at it treat yourself to a night out at a tasty restaurant where the ‘good’ cooks can make your food so you’ll enjoy it thoroughly.
Source:
http://www.examiner.com/article/culinarians-day

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