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Bea Alonzo plans to pick up baking

/ 02:18 PM July 27, 2018
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Bea Alonzo hinted at taking baking lessons with a quote from a famous American chef.

The actress shared a quote from American chef and TV personality Julia Child in an Instagram post on Thursday, July 26. The quote had been inscribed on a wall and read, “Find something you’re passionate about and keep tremendously interested in.”

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Alonzo then captioned her post with, “Excited for my next journey! It’s never too late to learn something new #bakingbybea.”

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The actress actually had a taste of baking when she made cookies sometime in January 2017. At the time, Alonzo found the activity to be enjoyable.

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In her free time, Alonzo occasionally cooked for herself and family members. In this March 2017 post, the actress whipped up a sandwich, some salad and a pasta dish for lunch.

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She also fixed some bruschetta with whatever ingredients were available in the fridge at the time. It turned out her mom loved them.

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Taking up a formal baking course may let Alonzo cook up a full course meal in the future, complete with appetizers, a main course and even dessert.  /ra

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