In addition to making masks during quarantine, like many others, Ellen spends a lot of time in the kitchen.
“I think people are stuck at home and they don’t have tons of things to do,” the businessman told us. place where they all look. I’ve really seen a huge push, especially on social media, to share it with others. It’s like breathing and eating. As we all do, we need to do this every day. , so why not make it an adventure. I really got into the brisket. So, I smoke briskets like they’re out of style and, you know, briskets are 16-pound pieces of meat like it’s not a small effort. Thanksgiving every day! “
In addition to honing her brisket skills, Ellen also finished writing her book! And while some expect a cooking book from the professional chef, founder Hedley and Bennett have confirmed that he has a lot more to share than recipes, but this advice is inspiring for entrepreneurs and aspirants everywhere. .
“Sometimes you don’t have all the details ironed out, but you just have to show up though and figure it out and by swimming in sea life, you see a lot of things and discover a lot of things and have a lot of experience. than to look out the window and say, ‘well, what if I do this?’ ‘How do I plan this for 10 years’, or ‘what if I need investors first?’ So, all those things just keep people from getting started, and sometimes you have to start the journey to really move forward without all the details being ironed out. ”
And her favorite kitchen necessity? A block of Boos, large cast iron skillet, Unicorn pepper grinder, Salt maldon and Wonder Valley olive oil.
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