A New Toy For My Kitchen

09 March 2009

It's not an electric gadget, its not a common thing and definitely not a toy doll. It's a pasta maker! My mom & I are just a few steps away from establishing a successful food business. We're taking it slowly. This weekend, I accompanied her around the metro looking for reliable equipments. It is a very expensive investment. And if it's expensive, everything must be of good quality. Today is going to be our first function. We will be catering an event for a small Cafe in La Salle Dasma. We did some taste testing last week, and the owner loved our every recipe. Today, is the Grand Opening of their Cafe, and we will be providing the feast! I pray for it to go according to what we have envisioned.

My mom and I divided the task into 2. She did the accounting, I gathered all the recipes the client chose. That includes organic dishes. I honestly don't have any idea on how to produce an organic recipe. Thanks to my dad. Like I said on my previous blogs, my dad is a total health buff, he was the one who help us with this.
And since, most of the food on our menu are psta dishes, I never thought that he will also provide us with our own Pasta Maker! It may look complicated, but making your own pasta is fun! I tried it when I was in college. It's an SOP. You know, we make our own pasta and sauce.

I was very happy that he finally bought one. We have been talking about it, but I never thought that he'll really do it.
As much as I wanted to share the procedure and ingredients on making your own dough for the noodles. I can't, its for business. Maybe online we can find something.

For now, I will be practicing on making some again. The rest of the pasta-making procedure is easy, its the dough that matters. Once you get it right, its time to play circle and around withthe pasta maker. From lasagna, angel hair, fettuccine, spaghetti, anything!

Note: Guys and Gal Pals, I 'might' go on a blog break for the next couple of days...I might not be able to drop ECs or leave messages. When I get back, I'll make sure to visit and leave some smiles again :D

Have A Wonderful Week!

13 comments:

Ebie said...

Congratulations on your new venture! And family operated at that! Good luck!

Ron Centeno said...

Enjoy playing with your new pasta maker! Send us samples when your done making some! :-)

SASSY MOM said...

Good luck on your new venture... and enjoy your new toy! Have a great week, mommy!

The Mother said...

I've tried making pasta. You're a better woman than I am.

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

oooooh I am so jealous of that pasta maker! Good luck with your new business! :)

carlota said...

Wish you good luck.

I have the same thing and I love it!

Lifetime Mom said...

I love fresh pasta. I prefer to use semolina. It's a lot of work but well worth it for my family. My pasta maker attaches to my Kitchen Aid. Good luck on your business venture Enchie.

J@n!ce said...

Hi Enchie, glad that you & mummy found great enjoyment in the food business. That's a cool kitchen tool to have. All the best !! :):)

Michelle said...

Congrats on the new toy. Sounds like so much fun. I wish you much luck with your business venture. That's something I would love to do. Being your own boss sounds like heaven.

Elizabeth said...

Congrats, Ench! I know you'll gonna make it! Have fun too! :)

sweetytots said...

Congrats Ench, wish you all the luck.. Hope I can have a taste of your recipes soon.

kittykat said...

See you when you get back dear..ang nice ang bago mong toy..

Evan's Mom said...

Congrats mommy, happy to hear you start a new business, wish you all the best :)

 
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