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ArtisticPhotography

Posts: 7699

Buffalo, New York, US

Nicolette wrote:

We're using that this week big_smile I'm stoked for it.

It'll kill you young and clog your arteries, but it's worth it!

Feb 10 13 01:37 pm Link

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Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

ArtisticPhotography wrote:

It'll kill you young and clog your arteries, but it's worth it!

Psh. I'm Sicilian. I'm gonna die young of nom related things no matter what!

Feb 10 13 01:51 pm Link

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scrymettet

Posts: 32257

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Nicolette wrote:

Psh. I'm Sicilian. I'm gonna die young of nom related things no matter what!

Vendetta ?

Feb 10 13 01:57 pm Link

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ArtisticPhotography

Posts: 7699

Buffalo, New York, US

If you cannot afford this, DEMAND someone buy it for you. This is a wonderful book. It isn't a cookbook. It is a "how to cook" book.

http://img2.imagesbn.com/p/9780679747659_p0_v1_s260x420.jpg

For example, it doesn't give recipes for cream soups. It gives 1 recipe and then tells how to make the other ones by varying the ingredients. It ties things together like that. For someone in cooking school, it'll be pleasant, light reading.

Feb 10 13 02:17 pm Link

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Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

OH MY GOD I LOVE JULIA CHILD SHE IS LIKE MY HERO.
HER AND GORDON RAMSAY.
MY FEELS
http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m03dna6iBK1qg3b27.gif

Feb 10 13 05:52 pm Link

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Jerry Nemeth

Posts: 27992

Dearborn, Michigan, US

I have photographed a llama who also went to Culinary school.   smile

Feb 10 13 09:14 pm Link

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Little Queenie

Posts: 6213

Indio, California, US

My mixer has a whisk. I commonly use it for things that need to be whisked for long periods of time.

Sounds like Chinese torture school.

Feb 11 13 07:03 am Link

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Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

Little Queenie wrote:
My mixer has a whisk. I commonly use it for things that need to be whisked for long periods of time.

Sounds like Chinese torture school.

lol

Feb 11 13 10:24 am Link

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HellBelle

Posts: 19959

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

I follow you on teh foodstagram, and it makes me hate my diet a little more every day. JUST FYI.

But I loves chu, so I follows.

Feb 11 13 11:53 am Link

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ArtisticPhotography

Posts: 7699

Buffalo, New York, US

To think, that of all of the stuff on MM, people are talking of schmaltz. And I'm betting not many people know what it is (without running to Wiki or Google) or have ever tried it.

Of course, EVERYONE agrees on Julia. But look at that book. It's incredible.

Now go back to cutting carrots. How do you cut carrots for French cooking, with 7 sides?

Feb 11 13 12:35 pm Link

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Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

ArtisticPhotography wrote:
To think, that of all of the stuff on MM, people are talking of schmaltz. And I'm betting not many people know what it is (without running to Wiki or Google) or have ever tried it.

Of course, EVERYONE agrees on Julia. But look at that book. It's incredible.

Now go back to cutting carrots. How do you cut carrots for French cooking, with 7 sides?

God I suck at tournes. That cut is gonna kill me on my final.

Feb 11 13 01:08 pm Link

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Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

HellBelle wrote:
I follow you on teh foodstagram, and it makes me hate my diet a little more every day. JUST FYI.

But I loves chu, so I follows.

Come visit! I'll cook the nums

Feb 11 13 01:09 pm Link

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HellBelle

Posts: 19959

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

Nicolette wrote:

Come visit! I'll cook the nums

I've got 30 lbs to lose and $30k left in loans to pay off before I get to travel anywhere ever again. sad

You're on my list though. Frealzkies.

Feb 11 13 01:20 pm Link

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Sophie Nova

Posts: 2105

Los Angeles, California, US

Nicolette wrote:
I'm making Shepherds Pie for a presentation on cooking with beer right now big_smile

http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/131/399/fry.PNG?1307468855

Feb 11 13 05:07 pm Link

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Damon Banner

Posts: 85305

Hayward, California, US

HellBelle wrote:

I've got 30 lbs to lose and $30k left in loans to pay off before I get to travel anywhere ever again. sad

You're on my list though. Frealzkies.

I don't have the lbs to lose, but I owe over 50k to pay off, and I still manage to travel.  GET IT TOGETHER!

Feb 11 13 05:36 pm Link

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Nicolette

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Midland, Texas, US

Sophie Nova wrote:

http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/131/399/fry.PNG?1307468855

What?!

Feb 11 13 08:17 pm Link

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hygvhgvkhy

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Chicago, Illinois, US

God with all this mayo hate, if you could only have to do my dishes for a day. Waking up to open jar of mayo with the knife still all full of it next to it. It bein all over everything when they eat burgers. *shudders*

I like mayo on a sandwich. Maybe in a dip or two where i cant taste it. That's it. But they just slop that crap up. *shuddersagain*

Feb 11 13 11:38 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

Posts: 38567

Portland, Oregon, US

Presley ONeil wrote:
God with all this mayo hate, if you could only have to do my dishes for a day. Waking up to open jar of mayo with the knife still all full of it next to it. It bein all over everything when they eat burgers. *shudders*

I like mayo on a sandwich. Maybe in a dip or two where i cant taste it. That's it. But they just slop that crap up. *shuddersagain*

Yup, they do, and it is sick.

The things some people put it on, just ewww...

and then... and I held off saying this....

when you hear people SLURPING the mayo    :sick:

Feb 11 13 11:40 pm Link

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HellBelle

Posts: 19959

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

Damon Banner wrote:
I don't have the lbs to lose, but I owe over 50k to pay off, and I still manage to travel.  GET IT TOGETHER!

~$400 a month in loan payments, and a minimum wage, full time job with no insurance (along with some other family complications) say that it wouldn't matter how much I had it together, my ass is destined to be broke for the next forever (or you know, five years).

Feb 12 13 06:22 am Link