CG admits she’d done very little cooking before starting her training at the Center. Now she enjoys it, enjoys sharing with friends. Watch how calm she is as she prepares her mini-meal for 15 guests.
A Long Way from Where She Started to Confidence: CG’s Mini-meal
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