They say the problem begins when we start talking about each other instead of talking to each other.
It’s more of a problem when we start talking for each other, instead of talking with each other.
Assumptions, however right, create one-side solutions to one-side situations.
Stop assuming and ask them.
This is how you define quality time.
This week’s Must Have Monday is inspired by my time in South Korea. It is…
A pair of scissors or kitchen shears.
You may question the use of scissors in the kitchen but they truly make prep time quicker and easier. In Seoul, I saw scissors mainly used to cut grilled meat, which worked great, but I have found it has many more uses. Here are the items I use to cut scissors with:
- Raw bacon, pancetta, or prosciutto
- Herbs (chives work especially well)
- Slicing a quesadilla
- Trimming fat off meat
- Dicing up dried fruit
- Slicing a pizza
- Breaking up whole canned tomatoes
- Romaine lettuce for salads
On Amazon, the prices for kitchen shears range from $10-$15. I use regular scissors which work just fine.
A few recipes I have used scissors include deviled eggs and caesar salad
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