Asia's best female chef 2016

@allknowing (66588)
India
January 19, 2016 2:43am CST
I was just watching CNN when this piece of news splashed on my screen. It would be interesting to read what the star Margarita "Gaita" For├ęs from the Philippines has to say about how she got there, specially when she claims that she did not have any formal training in cooking. Here is a link that has it all
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@gudheart (12746)
19 Jan 16
I guess some are just naturally gifted at some things!
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@wiLLmaH (8232)
• Singapore, Singapore
20 Jan 16
I agree with you. It's a gift of talent.
• Philippines
19 Jan 16
I believe that experience is the best teacher. some people are just plain gifted compare to others who need to go through the ropes of training, and learn more from the experts. well, Im happy and proud of her, hope people will inspire instead of feeling envy. i've watch her reaction video too, it was damn funny hehehe
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@Blondie2222 (22218)
• United States
20 Jan 16
Some people just get it naturally they were born to cook. My boyfriend been cooking since he was 7 and now he's a pro at it. He does most of the cooking but i do cook at times when he has to work late etc.
@allknowing (66588)
• India
20 Jan 16
It is really nice when one likes what one does. Your boyfriend is surely blessed.
• United States
19 Jan 16
I think some people just have natural talent especially when it comes to cooking
@allknowing (66588)
• India
20 Jan 16
I was a landscaped garden designer and did business in this line for a few years. You are right. I did not do any courses.