Friday, January 12, 2018

It helps me to relax: Cooking is for me


Being vision-impaired does not hinder me from taking advantage of the joys of cooking.  Yes!  It is one of my favorite pastimes and I have my very own way of working in the kitchen.

Everything has a method to it.  Pot handles are placed in a certain position.
I go to great lengths to position pots on my stove.
I organize my counter space in ways that I know where everything is and I can reach whatever I am looking for in quick time.
My microwave is a talking one.
My toaster oven is easy for me to navigate, though it is not one that has been adapted for vision- impaired persons.
The shelves in my cupboards and cabinets are organized in a certain way so as to help me find what I seek.
In short, everything in my kitchen has its place.

I love experimenting and I grab recipes from the Internet or from my wonderful resource, a wonderful lady who calls herself Mama Peach!

I'm Donna J. Jodhan, your friendly accessibility advocate, wishing you a terrific day.

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