Cooking is a good hobby which I have. I cook many dishes at home; I also bake cakes of different flavours like chocolate, vanilla strawberry etc.
I can show my creativity through, and I really enjoy cooking. I love to try new dishes. In the beginning, when I didn't know how to make dishes, I started watching dishes from YouTube and tried to make them so. I used to stand with my mother in the kitchen and watch how she cooked. It is a good activity to engage our minds. I love it because cooking gives me a chance to be creative. Cooking is one of the best ways to learn important life skills. I love to mix flavours and taste them. It's fun to cook. I bake a cake on the birthday of my family members.
Class VIII B
The Fabindia School
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