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Flan is the perfect desert for any occasion, because not only is it delicious, but it is so easy to make. Flan is a desert that originated in ancient Rome, but it is now a very popular part of Spanish culture, particularly in Puerto Rico.
I start my edible works of art by dissolving the powder white sugar into a hardened bitter-sweet topping in the bottom of my pan. I drizzle the thick condensed milk in a separate bowl, watching it layer over itself. Then I pour the thin evaporated milk over it and combine it together. Finally, adding a pinch of salt, a dash of vanilla, and a pack of cream cheese to the Flan makes it a melt-in-your-mouth creamy and delicious treat.
They are so right when they say, “There is nothing like grandmothers cooking.” My grandmother always passes here secrets of making sinfully delicious food down to me. SHE IS THE ONE RESPONSIBLE FOR TEACHING ME HOW TO MAKE IT A COUPLE YEARS AGO. Over the time I have spent making it in her kitchen and in mine, I have experimented and discovered neat little tricks to making it taste just a little more like heaven, and now I’m an expert.
I always quietly chuckle to myself as I see people biting into my flans and their first reaction is telling me how good it is, and their second begging me to make for their birthday or just for their simple enjoyment! The awesome thing about it is I get to make money off of something I love doing so it’s like I'm not even working, defiantly a win-win.
For starters, She who?, it's not specific, neither is "it" make what? Going back the answer to what is it would be "food". It also doesn't need to be it's own sentence. Unless you make it more clear by stating who she is and replacing "it" with w/e you're referencing directly, you could add "she is the one who taught me how to make [insert food here]" to the previous sentence with a comma.