By Sarah Hutti-Kamarajan | October 2, 2018 12:59pm | Updated October 2.2018 2:01pm I’m the kind of girl who goes to school in a bikini.
But I didn’t always want to be that way.
Growing up in a family of chefs, I always knew I wanted something more than just a job.
I was obsessed with food, and I was taught to love the art of cooking and cooking skills.
My parents taught me to cook from the very first day of life, when I could walk up to my father and say, “Mommy, I want to make you a dish.”
He would get excited, I would say, and say yes.
I never thought I would one day want to become a chef.
When I finally did, it was because my mom, who is Filipino-Canadian, started a restaurant in my hometown of Scarborough, Ontario.
At the time, I was a freshman in high school and my goal was to become an actor.
My mom and dad made me feel like I belonged.
It was so amazing to me.
I learned a lot about myself as an actress.
My mother worked in the film industry and my dad is a chef, so I got to work with all of the great chefs who came to Toronto.
The restaurant, which opened in 2018, is named after my mom.
I love the names of the ingredients that I use and how they are created.
My mom cooks all the food and we’re the only two cooks in the house.
When she makes me a dish, I’m just so excited to make it.
I was always interested in cooking because I was always cooking with my parents.
And I really loved cooking when my mom made it.
So, when she got a job, I took her job because she loves cooking.
I also wanted to cook, and that was when my love for cooking really began.
It was my first job, but I quickly fell in love with the kitchen.
I just loved it.
I would spend hours and hours and hour and hour cooking, just so I could create something beautiful for my mom and for my friends.
I started to really love cooking.
I wanted to become like my mother.
I wanted them to be my mother and my sister.
I want my friends to know that they have a mother.
They are my family.
I am grateful for my mother because she has made me a better person.