A week in the life of a professional chef in the heat, and you can be sure of one thing: you will survive.
This week, we asked you to get creative and dress for the season to keep yourself and your family warm, dry and dry.
We started with a light breakfast.
If you are not up for a nice morning in the sunshine, you could opt for a hearty omelette and a baguette.
It will keep you cool and hydrated.
If that’s not enough, you can opt for some tasty fruit to help boost your energy levels.
But don’t go completely cold.
Don’t let your appetite get the better of you.
If your mood is jittery, you might want to head out to your favourite restaurant or café for a light lunch.
The next day, if you are feeling a bit down, you have some options.
You could go to a restaurant for some great cocktails.
Or, if your stomach is feeling sluggish, you may want to grab some protein shakes.
If that’s too much, you should try to find some food to go.
It might be a tasty snack to keep you up late, or you might just be feeling tired.
Try your hand at a light snack.
A light lunch or a light dinner?
You can choose to grab a few light bites from the menu and then go for a long walk in the garden.
This will keep your body from getting too overheated.
Alternatively, you would like to indulge in a light dessert.
With all of these options, you’ll be well on your way to keeping yourself warm, cool and dry for a full and healthy day.