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No one makes an apple pie like my mother No one makes a paella like my mother Almost everyone believes that their mother is the best cook under the heavens I too think this about my mothers cooking talent Yet my appreciation for her delicacies goes father Ive learned to be healthy cherish my heritage and love my family through her cooking To commence my mothers cooking has taught me to be healthy In every meal she prepares every section of the food pyramid is introduced to me For instance one dinner would consist of white rice red beans fresh meat green salad and crystal water For dessert she would bake a fruit pie or a low-fat cake topped with fresh fruits My mother always encourages me to eat breakfast and eat healthy snacks Such as an apple or pear She has taught me the real meaning of health Next her ability to cook has taught me to cherish my heritage If one enters my mothers kitchen one can find a vast supply of Spanish seasonings like garlic onion peppers mint oregano cumin and more The interesting fact is the way she manages to use them all appropriately to make a mouth watering banquet Mother also cooks many dishes from our homeland Nicaragua My favorite is gayo pinto carne asada and tres leches Gayo pinto is rice in combination with Nicaraguan red beans and roast meat My mother has taught me to cook these typical foods Therefore I will also teach my children what their ancestors used to eat Finally Ive learned to love my family through my mothers cooking Whenever she cooks she does it with a smile Mother doesnt mind cooking because she knows the food is for us and it will nourish her loved ones She sacrifices time to herself to cook for her family For instance instead of resting or getting a manicure she cooks and then does what she wants
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