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Some people have their best ideas when sitting on the loo. I have the best ideas when I’m hungry. Happened yesterday as well, when I was in the supermarket to buy new supplies for the fridge. Yes! Yesterday was Sunday, but supermarkets were still open. In comparison to many other countries, you can go shopping in Peru almost everywhere on Sundays.

But back to my little idea: I prepared for my breakfast one of my favorite Sunday morning omelettes. Then something strange happened to me: I didn’t finish all what was in the frying pan and had 1/3 of the whole quantity left. People who know me can confirm, that it only happens one out of hundred times, that I won’t finish a plate and am an exemplary eater. Technically I finished my own plate, but had still something left in the frying pan. Anyways, what to do with the rest of the Omelette? It doesn’t taste really good and fresh when heating it up again in the pan or microwave.

So I thought to level up the omelette and prepare some food around it. That’s why I bought some bread, turkey and cheese. My idea was to prepare a sandwich with all the things I had and bought and refine it with the help of the oven.

To let others participate, I filmed every little step with my phone and edited it on my computer. One of the rare moments when I am using the technology of my computer to the fullest with Final Cut Pro X. But of course I don’t have the same technological capabilities as you can see in all tutorial videos on Social Media. Neither do I have the high tech cameras + equipment, nor a high tech kitchen + equipment to create a fancy video. But I have a high tech stomach and high tech creative mind to do the same in an authentic way. How often do I see these videos on my Facebook or Instagram when someone shares or tagged another person to see the video. Mostly these people never tried to cook anything else than canned food and at the end all these “We also should try this out”-comments end up in being just bla bla.

I really dislike this degeneracy of conveying people a ‘Cooking is so easy’-mentality. Hell it’s not, it’s a lot of work and accuracy needed to prepare a good meal. When I cook the same meal hundred times, it always tastes a little bit different. It’s a questions of ingredients, how much spices you want to use and every second too much or too less in the cooking process can influence the whole taste of the meal. For me, cooking is a passion and more to just get full.

What you will all need to prepare my delicious food of yesterday is the following:

Yummi!

  • Bread
  • Omelette, consisting of four eggs, tomatoes, paprika and onions
  • Margarine
  • Lemons
  • Turkey filet
  • Cheddar
  • Blue cheese
  • Parsley
  • Salt, pepper and paprika powder
  • Cooking oil

So watch here now the following video tutorial about my creative outpour of yesterday:

 

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