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Hello and welcome to everyday global. My name is Spencer, today we’re going to be making Quesadillas with a twist.
My name is Spencer, I am 11 years old and I live in Sta. Barbara, California. I’m in 5th grade and I’m a very good student. I can act a lot and I cook with my aunt, I would like to be a chef on television. Today the ingredients to make the Quesadillas are cilantro, a tomato, celery and carrots, flour tortillas and pepperoni cheese.
The first time I really cooked a meal in on my own was when I went to Italy. I took a cooking class and we made a daily bread stew with tomatoes. We made homemade pasta. That’s the first time that I made homemade past and we made cr?me brule and then we got to eat it all and it was really fun and that is one of the greatest memories of my life. Okay, so first we’re going to chop the tomatoes, stem off and cut into fours.
My aunt and my mom had been a big influence on me because they – when I was a baby they had a catering business and that’s all the good food. And that’s really where my love for food began. In this case you need to use really fresh ingredients like tomato from the farmers market and so I suppose you are free here and make sure that the USTA approves it as an organic fruit or vegetable.
If I could be a chef for the day, I would want to learn how to make really, really good Italian food. I would want to learn how to make a different recipes and I would want to learn how to be a TV chef like what you need to do. Now, to make sure that it will fit on to the Quesadillas chop them to soften it.
Try to do and this is a chef on television and I really like her because she makes really good food and she makes Italian food which I really like and this you tell you facts about the food that she’s making and like where it came to be in Italy and it’s really cool. Next thing we need to do I want to heat up my pan. I think I’ll be a good television chef because I love to act and I love to cook and a TV chef is kind of both those combined. It’s fun to fuse them so I can do both of those things.
Okay it’s done. If I got to be a chef for a day I think it would be so awesome and I will just love it specially like the part where I get to like cook and that would be awesome. Okay done, thank you for watching everyday global where everyday is global.