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“Good food kill me”

Seafood dellicacies
It is friday and I am sitting in the office with my colleague going through a list of recipees to try out over the weekend. As I take a closer look at each ingredient needed, I think of the expense, the nutrients and the tasty end result. I suddenly realise I have four different tabs on my screen “channel 4/food”, “BBC good food” and the list goes on; confused.com. I have always loved good food, an aunt will agree to this, from a very young age I have been a critic of the food she gave us, bearing in mind we had a wide variety of fruit and vegetables, coming from the tropical part of the world. I never liked anything green, but that can be excused. Afterall, it was the very age where I literally saw green monsters on my plate and could not bare the thought of swallowing any of that. I then wonder if ….”fine dining” and the “notion of good food” mean a healthy and  perfectly executed balanced diet. As I am browsing through the food channels, looking at the manner in which the food is displayed ‘artistic’ and ‘enticing’ I must say, supposedly this is the part where the expense kills me and yet I am determined to to cook the best dish possible. And by the way, this is every weekend. But should I have to race myself to enter my Natwest pin number and falsley comfort my heart that “Its okay” as I run up a bill not budgeted for? Maybe not necessarily, there has to be a cheaper way to get the same quality of food http://foodandhealth.com/. Its all good and nice watching TV chefs work their magic with all their fully equipped spacious kitchens, then comes the inspiration for the ordinary chef like me to try and cook the same dish with either fewer ingredients or spermarket value. All the same I am envious, and aspire to eat a balanced healthy diet at least everyday. I would like to achieve my 5 a day with a variety of inspired meals. I would like to be able to afford it too. 

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