25 April 2008

Week 5 and going strong (ish)

It's the fifth week into my course in LCB and having been ill pretty much since I moved back to London (norovirus, arthritic wrist and a bad bad bout of flu) it's been one steep learning curve at culinary school!

How quickly time has passed and as I churn out two types of sweet creations most weeks, my ever-expanding waistline is indeed taking the hit! Of course, I resist eating everything I make and readily give it out to my dear friends (A+S, MC+Fook) and of course, my dearest darling Ongster has been a obliging guinea pig as well. It helps he REALLY likes his pastry and has no inclination to any sort of weight gain - ever!!!!

Today's an especially long day with a 9am start and only having finished with the technical demonstration of the Chestnut Charlottte by Chef Pascal at 9pm - it was a full 12 hour day. Luckily Ongster came all the way t o LCB to get me on the car as I would not have imagined how it would have felt liked if I had to drag myself and all my barang home on the Tube.
The transport system in London is becoming a bit of a joke recently and there is no one day that I do not get some sort of hidcup to my commuting journey from Gun Wharf!

We get our mid-term grading next week and I am really anxious to know how I've done so far! Let's hope all is well and on track.

To keep up to date with my creations at Le Cordon Bleu, do check out this URL link:

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