So I decided to have a Netflix break yesterday in between policy reading again and it was quite timely that I came across this series.
In the first episode, featured chef and restaurateur, Massimo Bottura talks about his restaurant story. And he recalls a time when, Mr. Taka, his sous chef dropped one of the two remaining lemon tarts they were going to serve for the day.
Since that was still a difficult time for the restaurant, Mr. Taka was so devastated he planned on doing hara kiri after. haha. But Massimo stopped him and they created what then became a regular dish in Osteria Francescana.
I know it’s clichéd but it’s generally encompassing,
“In life to move forward, you learn from mistakes.”
So here’s to all the lemon tarts we have dropped in life and all the beautiful plates it will create, thereafter. 🙂🍺
Happy Sunday! 🌻
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Hi! This is very nice of you, thanks! 😊
I am inclined to think that however I may have touched you is beyond me, so consider this as one of the universe’ ways to give you a warm pat on the back. Just keep in mind that whatever you are going through now is, perhaps, meant to teach you something. I hope the new perspective brings you places. Cheers! 🍺