Eat, Play, Cook: Culinary Joys for All Ages in One Culinary Site


There are lots of new things that I’ve discovered during the pandemic. One of which is the amazing ability of people to quickly turn their lemons into lemonade. For instance, the stay-at-home regulations enabled us to discover new tools to be more productive at home. These include apps and websites that offer practical convenience for our daily needs. For foodies like me can easily appreciate a culinary site that offers both fun and learning. More so if it’s one that has to eat, play, and cook features that allow you to discover culinary joys in different ways.

Eat. The holiday season is one of the most challenging times of the year for those who are watching their weight. Aside from gatherings, there are also hard to resist food baskets and care packages that arrive on your doorstep. If you’re not on a fitness program you just might find yourself piling in pounds. However, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy your Christmas goodies. You just have to be aware of how much indulgence you can afford as well as the effort you need to exert to stay fit. In this aspect, a culinary site that has health and fitness tools can be a great help. This weight loss calculator from culinaryschool.org can help you determine your figures and keep you in shape this holiday season.

Play. Education and entertainment were quite a challenge during the pandemic and lockdown periods. One of the things that help tide us over is the online educational games for kids. My daughter enjoyed playing with these games and didn’t realize that she was also “studying” at the same time. There are lots of culinary games that are both entertaining and educational. The build restaurant types are particularly interesting because it has goals that have to be met at every stage. It also gives kids an idea of what it is like to run a culinary business and even gain empathy for servers when dining out in real life. One nice game from a culinary site is the Penguin Café. This game is great for young kids to play because it’s quite easy and the graphics are really cute.

Older kids who are used to game console controllers can try the holiday-themed Gingerman Rescue which offers more challenges. However, if you’re a tap and swipe sort of player you may have to sharpen your reflexes for this game.

Cook. Since dining out has been limited during the pandemic we all learned how to cook homemade dishes. YouTube, cooking shows, and online recipes were a great help during these times. Unfortunately, since recipes also use different units of measurement, converting ingredient measurement, as well as temperatures, can be a hassle. Thus, having a culinary site that ingredient conversion tool is a great help.

It’s easy for everyone to appreciate good food and good service. But not everyone appreciates what goes on behind the scenes especially those who haven’t gone near a stove most of their lives. The beauty of having a culinary site that features games is that it gives people a glimpse of what goes on in the kitchen as well as the rigors of food preparation. In this small way maybe people will be more appreciative of both their meals and the people who prepared them. Love to eat, love to play, but if you don’t love to cook then at least send some love to those who cook for you.


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Mommy Iris

I'm a lifestyle and mommy blogger from the Philippines. Pinay Ads was created to share bits and pieces of my life and my family. I have a wide array of interests that include entertainment, movies, music, gadgets, traveling, food, baking, and more. So, I hope you’ll stick around and enjoy reading!