Over the weekend I was say my favourite restaurant. After going through the menu I succumbed to my weakness for malva pudding. When I asked the waiter he indicated that the chef was gone but he would do make the malva himself. It turned out to be one of the most indulgently trusty malva pudding with a spongy caramelized texture that I have ever had. Topped with vanilla ice cream it made music on my taste buds. With my curious mind I couldn’t miss an opportunity to learn from this:
1. Don’t limit yourself to what they said you can do. Thomas was just a waiter but he could cook one ‘heaven’ of a malva pudding!
2. Where you are is not who you are. There is more in you
3. It’s not what you are called that matters it’s what you answer to
One more thing, remember David went to the battlefield to DROP OFF food and and he ended up PICKING UP the crown