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post #16 of 29
I don't know if it is the reason in this case.. but I know often people are given shit when they start a new thread that has other threads that are similar... Is it not preferable to reopen a long passed-over thread than start a new one with the same topic? (I don't know the answer, but IMO it would be better to restart an old thread...) There was a thread resurrected recently that had some interesting comments from current members from a couple of years ago.. it was neat to read what they thought then, and how that may (or better yet may NOT have) changed....
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
1. farmer's market or some place where you can get high-quality fresh ingredients
2. a good butcher that you can get bones as well as good meat from
3. a high-end grocery store where you can buy good olive oils, traditional balsamic, truffle oil and other things you wouldn't find at your local store
4. a well-stocked cheese shop
5. good wine store

You can see where my priorities lay.

Are you a chef, GQgeek?
post #18 of 29
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Originally Posted by aragon765 View Post
I don't know if it is the reason in this case.. but I know often people are given shit when they start a new thread that has other threads that are similar...

Is it not preferable to reopen a long passed-over thread than start a new one with the same topic? (I don't know the answer, but IMO it would be better to restart an old thread...)

There was a thread resurrected recently that had some interesting comments from current members from a couple of years ago.. it was neat to read what they thought then, and how that may (or better yet may NOT have) changed....


I think its more a case of a zealous new member who is making his way through the history of SF.

The resurrecting post was of little point, and I think that there are a few others which have been brought back to life in the same manner

K
post #19 of 29
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Are you a chef, GQgeek?

Not a professional one, but I hope to be an excellent home chef at some point. I love cooking and insist on doing it properly, meaning no shortcuts (shush Matt) and only using good ingredients. It makes all the difference in the world.
post #20 of 29
That's why you stuff your own sausages at home!
post #21 of 29
wi-fi locations house cleaner house of ill repute
post #22 of 29
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That's why you stuff your own sausages at home!

Was that a gay joke?
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
Was that a gay joke?

It's not a joke, it's the truth, isn't it?
post #24 of 29
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It's not a joke, it's the truth, isn't it?

Indeed, or at least that was the intention, but I have not stuffed any sausages yet. I've been focusing on other things. I really enjoy the rillettes in Keller's Bouchon book. They're great for snacking.
post #25 of 29
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Indeed, or at least that was the intention, but I have not stuffed any sausages yet. I've been focusing on other things.
post #26 of 29
^^^^^^^ I just shot fizzy water out of my nose.

Wooo that tickles

K
post #27 of 29
A "connection".
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Duct tape.
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
Not a professional one, but I hope to be an excellent home chef at some point. I love cooking and insist on doing it properly, meaning no shortcuts (shush Matt) and only using good ingredients. It makes all the difference in the world.

It must be fun doing it. Good luck to you.
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