Introducing…My Kosher Kitchen @ COR

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Do You Enjoy Cooking?

It’s an odd question to ask when it’s a task we perform for at least ourselves, and often others, repeatedly; daily, monthly, yearly. It can be daunting.

It’s like when Golda turns to Tevye in Fiddler On The Roof and asks him, “Do you love me?”

I wonder after 25 years of cooking and cleaning, a homemaker’s major responsibilities, were our grandmothers more satisfied than we are today?

For sure the work was harder, much harder. But were their kitchens, and those who ran them, more content?

I was talking to a friend of mine who is a mother of 6. We’ve known each other a long time. By estimation, she has served 175,200 meals over the last 20 years, not including guests. I was surprised when she shared with me that she did not enjoy cooking. Imagine all the hours involved, a lifetime really, accompanied by the stressful emotions of not liking what you are doing? Sadly, I don’t think my friend is alone.

While [email protected] cannot promise to make you a happy cook, together we can go a long way to help you gain the knowledge and skills to develop a kavana (mindset) and mastery, which I believe to be the main ingredients for a kitchen filled with peace (not to mention, delicious, healthy, wholesome dishes that come from it).

Please feel free to visit the My Kosher Kitchen @ COR blog here. I look forward to receiving your questions and comments at [email protected]. Look for cooking classes brought to you by [email protected] beginning soon.

I look forward to being in the kitchen together,

Nancy Weisbrod, Director of Culinary Education, COR- Kashruth Council of Canada