Hello dear visitors and welcome to the official website of Marc Inbera, a professional cook!
But, what does a cook have to do with blogging? I don’t see any cooking recipes on this website…
This is the most likely question you have going on in your head at the moment. Well, you’re right – there are no cooking recipes on this website because, quite frankly, I tend to leave my job at the restaurant… When I come home with my brand new hoverboard (I even made a blog post about it; it’s really something I swear!), I’m a totally different person; except that I need to cook for my family once or twice a week. I’m a pretty young fella, just past 25 years, and I am still living with my parents so I am doing my best to help around the house (at least when it comes to cooking) as much as I can. Since I am not paying any rent, that’s the least I can do at this point.
What’s this website about then?
Here comes the second question most of you will be asking themselves right about now:
If it is not about recipes, then what’s it really about?
Well, it’s about everything and anything. Quite frankly, I still do not know what will I write here. It’s a big decision and, come to think of it, I’ll probably stick to random stuff at the moment. With that being said, you can expect a lot of things in the next couple of months, but mostly topics that have no relation to one another. In the future, I will probably set up a mindset for what I plan on doing. Then, the topics will be a bit more organized in a fashion that’s easier to understand. But, for the time being, I’ll enjoy myself and write about random things that make my days brighter and happier.
In the future, I will probably set up a mindset for what I plan on doing. Then, the topics will be a bit more organized in a fashion that’s easier to understand. But, for the time being, I’ll enjoy myself and write about random things that make my days brighter and happier.
What’s it like working as a cook?
To be completely honest with you here, living life as a cook in Manchester is probably much better than most of you initially thought. Most importantly, the paycheck at the end of the month is good and it serves as all the motivation for me. That’s especially true since I am currently in the process of starting my own family. I have a girlfriend (3 years’ anniversary coming in soon) and I’m planning on proposing to her in the next couple of weeks. Don’t worry guys, my girlfriend doesn’t even know about this website so there is no way she could find this out! More on this later on… For now, I would like to get back on the cooking subject!
Like I was saying, the paycheck is good but what’s really keeping me there is the fact that my boss is one hell of a man! I just love him. He is always praising me whenever I do a good job and impress one of our customers. It really is a nice thing to have a supportive boss. A boss who loves his occupation and isn’t in it just for the money. Mr. Geodish is a fine piece of work and I am thankful to him A LOT! Fortunately, I’ll continue working in his restaurant for at least another year or two. That’s pretty much the due date that I have set for myself in this whole “eBranding” thing that I got going on here…
Yup, I decided this awhile
back – I’m going to pop the question in the next couple of weeks, perhaps even on Labor day as that seems like a solid occasion for a proposal. Most of our friends will be with us so it could end up being spectacular! Anyways, I was encouraged by my cousin who proposed Amanda (his girlfriend) on Easter this year. The whole situation was rather emotional and, even though I was planning on proposing Nicole way before this, gave me that extra bit of courage that I’ll definitely need when I get down on my knees and pop the question. Let’s just hope she doesn’t leave me hanging there with my guard down!
In the end…
In the end, I really don’t have anything else to say. It doesn’t take an expert to notice I’m pretty new to this whole blogging thing. I just hope I will get better over time. If that’s not the case, then I guess I will spend the rest of my life working for Mr. Geodish… While that might sound funny to you… to me it seems as the living nightmare…