Has Blender, Will Travel
Hey everyone! I’m glad you are loving the raw chef school updates. I am having such a great time and it is right where I SHOULD be. The food, the people, the environment…need I ask for more?
Rewind to last night and after school I headed out on a mission to get me a travel blender. Yeah I know I already have one back home but it is a Tribest Personal Blender 240V which is great for the UK, Europe and Oz but unless I travel with a gigantic transformer, I thought it a better idea to buy one here to make my smoothies for when I am not at school (but it is happening that I am pretty much eating most of my food at 105 degrees. I did consider bringing the Vitamix but when you are paying for luggage, it ain’t gonna happen!).
Step in the Bella Cucina…
One of the other students told me she had one and it was adequate for Hotel Room Smoothies and at around 30 bucks at Target I thought why not give it a shot. Has anyone else used it before? What kind of things do you NEVER leave home without? When I am travelling at work I do like to have quite a bit with me like here, but when I pay for my baggage I have to scale it back a bit.
I had a plate of grapefruit before I headed out.
Then I went to ‘check out’ the gym, but I never made it past the door of the centre but at least I found it! I had no idea how far away it was, and jet lag (that’s my excuse and I am sticking to it hehe) has me tired by 8pm. Thank goodness class only goes for around 6 hours a day, but I think jet lag and I are almost finished with each other now
When I rocked back in the door I unpacked my hand roll from earlier in the day and scoffed it with the red chilli and wasabi mayo.
And left overs from my visit to 105 degrees on Sunday
(Photo from Sunday)
I’ll be back later with more in Day 2 at Chef School.
Any bloggies in Oklahoma or Dallas that may want to meet up over the next few weeks? Am thinking of making a road trip to Dallas with one of the other girls that wants to see Bon JoviShare on Facebook