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Thursday, May 27, 2010

6. Public Holidays

If you get pretty serious into cooking, you will realise that it is something which takes up a lot of your time. You will spend hours cooking, and in your day-to-day life, with working full-time and everything else (doing the washing, ironing, sleeping etc.), there is never enough time to spend on cooking as much as you would like to. 

Public holidays are great as not only does it mean that you don’t have to work, it is an opportunity to spend hours in the kitchen.

The best public holidays are the ones where you aren’t required to engage in family commitments like Christmas and Easter, such as Labour Day, Foundation Day and the Queens birthday.

Queen's Birthday

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