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Old 07-28-2006, 11:41 AM   #21
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...hope I can get credit for some serious pancakes...or my bacon (UNTOUCHABLE). Now if I throw some eggs or grits in there...IZ OVA
Fried catfish and grits!!! Yummy!:icon_bigg
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You name it, and i can cook it. I worked under a french chef for a while when i was younger, and entertained the idea of culinary school when i graduated high school. I decided 10-14 hours a day in a kitchen was not for me. BTW, I have some excellent copycat recipes up my sleeve. P.F.Changs kung pao shrimp and also their lettuce wraps are easy as mac and cheese.
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Old 07-28-2006, 11:45 AM   #23
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you have to let the roux cook enough before adding the rest of the ingredients. This is the part people get nervous about and it's actually really easy once you get a handle on the heat level.
I think that maybe it. I am rushing cause I have 4 cooks prepping and I am working at the brad pan section and just trying to cover too much at one time. I will slow down a bit. I am not a chef but I keep up with the 2 executive chefs and am trying to learn from them . I am still their boss though, so they put up with me popping into the kitchen to mess around
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Old 07-28-2006, 11:59 AM   #24
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me , me, me, what dish is it that you cook up for Mr Carbon?

everything.

i have a million cook books! :icon_bigg
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You name it, and i can cook it. I worked under a french chef for a while when i was younger, and entertained the idea of culinary school when i graduated high school. I decided 10-14 hours a day in a kitchen was not for me. BTW, I have some excellent copycat recipes up my sleeve. P.F.Changs kung pao shrimp and also their lettuce wraps are easy as mac and cheese.
lettuce wraps plzzzzz
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Cornish game hens with orange cranberry rice stuffing.
I haven't made it in a while, but only because there's nobody around to eat it but me and I'm NOT cleaning up after that for just me.
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I have a chef at my house.... does that count?
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Old 07-28-2006, 12:58 PM   #28
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Cornish game hens with orange cranberry rice stuffing.
I haven't made it in a while, but only because there's nobody around to eat it but me and I'm NOT cleaning up after that for just me.
Sounds like you need to have a party. I will clean dishes if you cook. :icon_bigg
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Sounds like you need to have a party. I will clean dishes if you cook. :icon_bigg
Ooh, and that's EXACTLY the kind of dinner guests I like!
Lately I've been going for simple get-togethers. I supply the burgers and dogs, you bring everything else. People show up with all kinds of stuff - drinks, snacks, liquor, etc.
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Ooh, and that's EXACTLY the kind of dinner guests I like!
Lately I've been going for simple get-togethers. I supply the burgers and dogs, you bring everything else. People show up with all kinds of stuff - drinks, snacks, liquor, etc.
Ooh.. now grilling is a different subject. I know how to do that.
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So is refusing to give it up.

If you keep looking in the pantry and finding out its empty, eventually you go to a restaurant.
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Brian, I actually whipped up a HUGE batch of pasta salad (from scratch, not that store-bought ) for your benefit at CG last year. It seemed to go over pretty well, so maybe next time I'll make more of that.
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Ooh.. now grilling is a different subject. I know how to do that.
me too... im way better than james!!
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I can cook up a mean tube steak smothered in gravy...lol
lol that sounds fattening
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I think that maybe it. I am rushing cause I have 4 cooks prepping and I am working at the brad pan section and just trying to cover too much at one time. I will slow down a bit. I am not a chef but I keep up with the 2 executive chefs and am trying to learn from them . I am still their boss though, so they put up with me popping into the kitchen to mess around

They are right about letting it boil down.. once you get the roux going don't start throwing stuff in, once it's boiling, set the temperature to where it just maintains a boil, and let it go (for a while) it will slowly boil off the water and what you are left with is a thicker, more flavor enhanced roux.

Now, having said that, I've made homemade roux and I've bought the powdered krap in the glass jar and honestly... it's 100 times easier to use the powdered krap and it tastes no different at all when the product is finished (to me).


Edit: Ohyeah, let it boil with the lid off, otherwise your defeating the purpose =)
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