Amaryllis of Hawaii loves to cook and party and entertain others. It can be a dinner for two or a party for fifty. She can handle her adventures in the kitchen started around the age of twelve. She was once asked to peel an onion at a friend’s house. She didn’t know how, but she learned fast.
Over the years she has been very receptive to learning about the culinary arts. She loves the joy of cooking and the beautiful presentation of food. Amaryllis enjoys reading cookbooks and flipping through magazines for recipes and ideas. She keeps them in her dream books of future possibilities. It is very important to visualize and believe in the possibilities. If you can imagine and believe something possible, you can achieve it.
So dream it, whatever you want, and find images or recipes to make it come true. Look at them often to surround yourself with stimulating ideas and beauty in your subconscious mind. When people tell Amaryllis they don’t know how to cook, she thinks, my God, all you have to know is the basics of cooking to make wonderful meals creatively and simply. What we eat defines a lot about us. Our culture and lifestyle are expressed in the way we prepare our food. People are so busy taking care of business that many seem to lose the joy of cooking, opting for quick meals when homemade is much better. There are so many ways to learn that we can all become chefs at home.