LOVE BITES: Something Fishy
January 29, 2020 | 2:00 pm
Have you ever been involved in a third party? Have you ever felt that depth of pain of losing someone to another person?
When we talk about “third party”, we often associate this with cheating and disregarding your partner. Being involved in a third party situation, especially if you are the one that’s left behind, leaves a painful and deep wound. It could be hard to see them happy while you are left in grief.
Instead of wallowing in sorrow, why not try to cook this Fish Curry dish with AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning. Treat yourself with this delicious dish whether you plan to taken back what’s yours or bow down in defeat.
The point if to carry on and live life to the fullest, whatever your situation maybe. Treat unpleasant situations as a turning point for you to level up your standards and focus more on other things that matter most.
Keep feeding yourself with positivity and good food. This will eventually heal your wounds. Stay tuned for more food for thought.
Sofia Monteseña-Conejos, RND is AJINOMOTO PHILIPPINES CORPORATION’s Manager for the Culinary Nutrition team. She is highly skilled in kitchen management, recipe development, nutrient computation, food styling, and cooking demonstration.
Christian Joseph S. Baluyot, RND is AJINOMOTO PHILIPPINES CORPORATION’s Junior Specialist for Culinary Nutrition. He develops recipe, conducts nutrition research and provides nutrition information as a licensed nutritionist-dietitian. Jhay graduated at the Manila Tytana Colleges with a Bachelor’s Degree in Holistic Nutrition with Culinary Arts.
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