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If I Am Gonna Start A Business ...

Last Friday, I picked up some cooking books from the library in hopes of finding some inspirations for cooking. But guess what? When I flipped out one of the books I picked up, I found a little note book and a pen wedged in between the pages. Out of curiosity, I flipped the pages of the note book and realised that this is probably part of someone's business plan to start a cafe. The book contained a handwritten menu as well as incompleted recipes for each item on the menu.

This set me thinking if I am able to commercialise my interest in cooking. I don't think I will be able to set up shop and start selling my experiments, but I would be more inclined to start something like private cooking/baking class. Simply cos I believe in this saying: "If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish and you feed him for life."

Maybe my own business plan would look something like this:

- Love your freezer class
- Bento making class
- Tea with scones and muffins class
- Conquering bread making class
- Fire your tongue curry making class
- Fatten your diet western cooking class
- Trim your diet asian cooking class

Anyone ready to sign up yet?


  1. really? :) i think i better start with helping to make the lemon cheesecake. :) let jo and me know k :)


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