Good cooks are often ‘accused’ of not revealing the ‘secret ingredient’, something they keep to themselves.I don’t agree with that; nor do I encourage it.
The secret of a good cook is wonderfully described by none other than Lady Clementine, the wife of Winston Churchill, the war-time British prime minister, who encouraged her cook to hand down her recipes to the next generations, simply to inspire others: “When at the outbreak of war 1939, Mrs Landemare came to see me and offered us her full-time services, I was enchanted because I knew she would be able to make the best out of rations and that everyone in the household would be happy. She remained with me for 15 years, and when in 1954 she retired, I was at a loss. Mrs Landemare’s food is distinguished. She is an inspired and intuitive cook and it is I who encouraged her to write this book. I hope her readers will find it of value, but I expect they will have to try again and again before they get the magic touch.”
As Lady Clementine clearly identified, it is the combination of both intuition and passion that drives cooks to become who they are, while making their recipes breathtakingly unique.
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