Just so you know, having watched plenty of cookery programmes recently, it's no longer called "cooking", it's called "delivering big flavours with the wow factor". Wouldn't want anyone getting it wrong. Also, if you wish to improve your cookery, it's important that you call it "taking it to the next level". You also need to make sure that you cry a lot, whether your dish is a success or a failure. Also - remember that it's far more important to impress a panel of self-absorbed cretins with your food than it is to cook meals prepared with love for friends and family, or to feed paying customers at your successful restaurant. And, if ever in doubt about a meal you've cooked, smear a teaspoon of parsnip puree down one side of your plate. Unless it's a pudding, in which case you should make a ridiculous mess with some hot caramel and a metal spoon, burning yourself in the process, but then placing it on top of whatever you've made, and referring to it as "sugar work", whilst looking ridiculously pleased with yourself. This means you've "taken it to the next level" even if the rest of the meal is inedible. Don't say I never give you lot anything.