9 May 2011

busy time

The last few days have been packed with work of different kinds.
Installing new floodlights for the studio which sounds quiet easy if you know what the source of the upcoming problem might be. Although everything has been connected correctly to the electric circuit two of four did not work. It took me a few moments to realize that you have to install the light bulb correctly as well.
Next duties have been easier.
Now the shabby bench gleams in a brilliant orange and the little beloved blue lamp from New Zealand is spending light again after changing the bulb fitting.

For some of you it might not be much but I spent the spare time in the steam of pots and pans accompanied by the heat of the oven.

Last but not least I have been reminded what the basic tools are for a chef.
For sure you need some knives and those little tiny things which are leading you to success. But you also need a tool box with screw drivers, hammer and tongs to be prepared for the emergency or spontaneous refurbishment.

In any case nobody is calling the handy man they say:”Chef we got a problem.”

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