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i am your newest newbie!looking forward to lots of fun with food here!;)
post #2 of 12
Welcome to the forums Kimbearly!!! You have definately found the right place if you are looking for fun with food!! So are you in the industry or an avid home cook?
post #3 of 12
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nurse by trade, home cook by hobby!
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Hi Kimbearly, and welcome to Chef Talk. You've already found a warm welcome, so I'll add to it by saying, "Make yourself at home!" We're a friendly bunch of avid home cooks like you (and me), as well as a great bunch of professionals from all over the world.

Enjoy all of the forums, and don't miss our great archives and older threads. Use the "search" function to locate discussions you're interested in. If you need help with the board just ask- lots of us can help.

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post #5 of 12

I am new to the show

Hi, everyone: I love to cook, anything and everything, and my husband loves to eat. So that works. I think I am going to enjoy this site.:chef:
post #6 of 12
Hello and welcome to Chef Talk! We hope you enjoy reading and participating in all the forums, and also enjoying the articles, etc. we have here. If you have questions about how to navigate the board or search for topics that interest you, just ask. We aim to please! :D

What kinds of cooking and food interest you?

We'll look forward to seeing you here, PRolston.

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post #7 of 12

tmc710

:smiles: Hi,
My name is Tom and I logged on looking for a suggestion on how to slice cheesecake easily.

A friend is opening a restaurant and asked me to supply him with my cheesecake. I had to freezed two of them, because of a delay in the opening of the restaurant.

Is there a gadget that makes slicing easy? And is there an easy way to remove the cake from the bottom of the pan. I lose more cake bottoms that way!

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Tom
post #8 of 12
Hello Tom and welcome to Chef Talk. I would recommend that you start a new thread in the Pastry and Baking General forum to ask your cheesecake question. Your query will get better visibility there rather than attached to this thread. Let us know if you have questions about how to get the board to do what you need it to do. :D

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Mezzaluna
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post #9 of 12
Hi there a real new one cooking for over 20 years knocking around the traps, mostly in Australia, now in Indonesia.....looking forward to discussing bits and pieces with you folk thanks for the welcome....
post #10 of 12
Hello you to, Islandofthegods. We have a good number of members from your part of the globe (and everywhere else too). I'm sure you have some interesting stories about your work, and we hope you share some. Just pick the forum that suits the topic best and start a new thread. Let us know if you have questions about how the board works.

We encourage you to have a look at the cooking articles, cookbook reviews, recipes, blogs and the photo gallery, too. I'm sure you'll enjoy interacting with the other members of the community.

Welcome!
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post #11 of 12
Hello all. My name is Yessy. Im just ordinary wife with full of energy to surf here to gain more experience :)
post #12 of 12
This thread was begun about five years ago.

Please begin a new thread to introduce yourself. :bounce:

If you need assistance, please contact me.

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