honeymonkey78 at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 18 10:11:02 PST 2008
thank you for the greeting. and i try not to be a lurker. actually we here i Thor's Mt are bit spoiled we have some really good cooks. i try to live up to the rep. i have been in the kitchen since i was a "little" with my granny and my pops(dad). and i have worked in professional sou-chief a number of years and found that i am a more like able person when i cook for fun. so here we go!! I'm cooking for an event in oct'08, and i have cooked feasts before and well I'm having some problems with cooking the same feast over and over. also i am not a boil-a-bag style of cook. fresh is better, for me. and if you do boil-a-bag good on you. its just not for me. i feel i need some inspiration that's why I've joined this list. I've done french, German English Spain and my fav Italian. each have their own challenge. also any one know a good subtlety? i am also feilding questions about my e-mail address, so let'em rip. lets ansewer som FAQ. honey is ok,and no i'm not hairy like a
Welcome, Klaus...I hope you feel free to participate as most of us do...we
share recipes and techniques, mostly Medieval and Renaissance...and the
occasional modern recipe! We also share lots of other stuff, just as a
party of friends meeting in a friend's living room (Papa Gunthar) would!
Hope you have a great time!
On Jan 17, 2008 8:56 PM, Robert Evans wrote:
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