Cooking: Kitchen Skills Takes Time for FDWs
Learning a foreign cuisine in a just a short span of time is hard for any person. Also consider how the fifty to hundred students in cooking school are trained in one class. The lesson could only be ‘demonstrations’ instead of in depth cooking classes. Her final performance in the employer’s kitchen will also depend on how long did she stay in the cooking school. The employee might also have some difficulty with the medium of instruction used by her teacher.
Some FDWs are experienced transfer maids who already knows how to cook Chinese food or even Western food. All they need is a little improvement and your personal advice for cooking. She can also experiment on Chinese recipes and can even collaborate her own skills with the new skills she learned.
However, being a transfer maid doesn’t always mean she is an expert at Chinese cuisines. Her learnings from the house she came from may not for you. Every family has their own taste when it comes to dishes. It is important to train your maid personally when it comes to cooking. Teach her how you prefer your dishes to be cooked. Some families want their food to be less salty. Other families want their food to be a little bit overcooked. Again, it depends on you. It’s better to teach your maid in the beginning of her stay.
Cooking takes time to master. Successful kitchen skills are achieved through the help of the employer and the willingness of the maid to learn. Be patient, help your maid to learn your personal taste on cooking.
We believe a happy family and harmonious work-home environment is achievable with the management of expectations and a lifestyle of learning. Eden Grace Maids Agency aspires to cater to your needs for an ideal, dependable maid. We also hope to facilitate a good working relationship through proper integration and education programmes for both parties. We desire to guide domestic helpers to achieve their life goals during employment.
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