Friday, April 22, 2011

a Pasta in Love

Salam n hey hey hey ;),, wow!! this is a second post on year 2011 huh? what a record^^... hmm,, this time I would like to share something with u'all. It is barely to asked what is my ambition when i'm studying at the IPG, of course, certainly, "I would like to be a teacher," is the answer, yet, to much to say, I have various things I want to do. A painter, comic artist, sometimes 'radio DJ' (what nonsense),, but something that truly I want to be is a CHEF! 

TADAAA!!!!!

hahaha,,, a friend told me "you still can be a chef if you're a teacher", maybe (hope so), i'm not sure about that ;),, it is logical. I WANT TO BE A TEACHEF!! hahaha,, (nonsense again :p). once, a lecturer (forgot which lec) asked the whole class what we would be if we are not meant to be a teacher, when I voiced out "CHEF!", i got the whole class starring at me (it's hyperbole,, haha). Maybe it's complicated yet it is my interest since I was a little kid. I love to see all chef celebrities when they're showing (off) their cooking skills at the TV, (it was Chef Wan at that time), then I said "I want to be like that! (totally not in English)" then my mom replied cynically "be one and bought me big houses (omg~ mom... =,='')". 

after a period, seeking time surviving in this short life, i'm truly have forgotten my kiddos dream until the time when that lecturer asked our ambition. then, one of my classmate suggested me "You want to be a chef, huh? you would've watched Pasta! (Aziemah Aziz, 2011)" yup, thanks to her I began to burn up my childhood spirit again. "Pasta" that she mentioned is a 20 episodes of Korean drama. It is a superb chef story. 



"Pasta" covers the dreams and success of a young woman who aspires to become an elite chef at an Italian restaurant 'La Sfera'. Seo Yoo Kyung (Kong Hyo-Jin) started her career as a third ranked chef assistant for three years at La Sfera and on the day she finally gets to become an Assistant Pasta chef, the head Chef Totti leaves and a new one enters. Chef Choi Hyun Wook (Lee Seon-Gyun) was trained in Italy and is one of the most talented chefs in Korea. He is out to reform the kitchen and fires all the female chefs after just one day. This seemed like a coincidence at first, but it turns out it was all planned from he beginning, cause he clearly states that there is no place for a woman in 'his' kitchen. (copy & pasted from asianmediawiki.com) 




This story is truly inspiring me about hardships and sort off. It is a good love story in plus. It makes me want to eat pasta so badly!! (>w<)b Thanx a lot che Azie for suggesting to watch this.. kyuuuuu~ ;) . It is the time to start yelling like a chef; "Vongole, hanna(1)!".. muahahahhaaha~




3 comments:

farah booboo said...

vongole, hanra..! ahhaha! feel like eating vongole, chef aliff, one vongole please! hehehe

Aziemah Aziz said...

wow! my name has been mentioned above! hahaha, no big deal! and sure, you used to be the chef as part time job,dapat income lebih!

aliff aniki said...

farah boboo,, kne pegi tgkap 'kerang' dlu lg kt danga bay,, weeeee~

aziemah aziz,, btui3,, hehehe,, nnti bwak bnyak lg drama korea yg best2 tau,, hehehe XD

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