Things will go wrong...Sometimes VERY WRONG, but that’s OK. If you’re adaptable and able to understand the processes that will help you fix your mistakes, you’ll do just fine.
Setting out to do things right is all good, but when things go wrong, don’t think that you have to start over or settle to eat the disaster you have created
You can end up with a dish that is the opposite of what you started out to do, but it doesn’t mean it is a failure (unless it’s inedible). Disaster recovery isn’t really a time machine.
Think of it as making the choices that will give you the best end result, not as forcing the food back into what you originally wanted. Think of your failed dishes as new ingredients, not as failures.
Start by locating the characteristic that makes you think the dish is unsuccessful:
And if the only problem is it looks or tastes like another dish than what you intended – just pretend it’s the dish you’d set out to do.