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Welcome to my Precious Kitchen!!! Finally!, this is so long overdue. I’ve been talking about starting a blog for years and now I have decided to walk the talk.

i love food, period. From the sight of fresh ingredients in the food market(markets are my obsession!)/ supermarket and the excitement of many different ways you can eat it, to the cooking, presentation and finally digging in. Even the thought of food releases the well appreciated chemicals in my body. It’s exciting.

But I am no professional, with no training at all and having only really started cooking from an older age. Cooking for cooking sake I grew up with doesn’t count really. You only cooked when it was your turn to cook and that usually involved some boiling, disproportional amounts of salt and oil.

With such a low benchmark, my food could only get better. And now I look forward to the end of the day, the thought of the possibilities supper may bring keeps me focused in my day.

My husband is tired of me taking pictures of food, talking about food and being fussy when we go out for lunch or dinner. That’s why the blog! In my defense though, I do make better food than the restaurants we eat at! # my big mouth again.

But I would like to share my everyday making dinner experiences with you, whether it comes out beautifully or it sucks. I love cooking.

join me on my adventure through My Precious Kitchen.

Author: preciousgarnett

I'm a multi-faceted young woman. I'm a proud mom to a now 5 year old šŸ˜œ. I'm a daughter, I'm a sister and a friend to a few people. I'm a medical doctor by profession, passionate about infectious disease, primary health care and public health. I live food, from thinking about it, cooking it to eating it. Health and Nutrition fanatic. I live by a few chants...: 1. Before I do anything whether related to food or not, I ask myself ' Is it worth the calories?' Whether literally or figuratively( i.e. Is the decision worth the stress, effort, investment) 2. What you put in must come out! If you don't let it out, it settles on your tummy and hips. 3. 'Everything happens for a reason'. I try reflect on situations I find myself in, whether by choice or not. And look for Lessons I'm meant to learn from them, in order to grow.

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