This article is being inspired after watching – for the fourth time – the film Julie & Julia which, as I’m sure many of you do, I also enjoy it everytime I watch it.
Having a goal of what is our passion and learning not to give up is, for myself, one of the greatest messages behind this film and one that I try to remember each time that, as you do it while preparing a recipe, you keep trying until it goes perfect.
That’s how Flavors of Mexican Cuisine is: like the low temperature and slow cooked stew that needs to be made like this to achieve the exact flavor and, with trial and error and with no fear of repeating it over as necessary, we are absolutely convinced that this project will end up as our perfect and master recipe.
For those of us behind this dream, the satisfaction comes not from just eating a great dish, but to cook it and share it with all of you that, as we do, enjoy and live the passion for gastronomy. So are the articles or comments and even the information links we think you all of our followers will find not only interesting, but really useful.
Julie & Julia reminded me that we shouldn’t give up nor be ashamed or apologize when, at first try, things don’t go as perfects as we hope for. We must keep trying as many times as necessary until we get it right.
We sincerely hope that all of you who read this article never forget that, no matter what your dream is, you should never give up, no matter the time you need to keep on to fulfill that dream. That, as with any recipe, from the simplest one to the most elaborated, you have to keep on practicing until you achieve that flavor, salted with heart, that you, and only you, find absolutely perfect.
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