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post #31 of 38
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Originally Posted by BeardedCrow View Post

Fishy because I'm a professional sushi chef wink.gif
But I'm eager to learn normal culinary ideas and techniques.
Sorry.

Now THAT makes scents! (Oops, sense laser.gif!)

Chef,
Specialties: MasterCook/RecipeFox; Culinary logistics; Personal Chef; Small restaurant owner; Caterer
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post #32 of 38
Haha!

I would love to be able to do many styles of food at home other than grill and sushi...
post #33 of 38
@BeardedCrow buy cookery books, teach yourself from cookery websites, watch TV chefs, watch your friends or if you want to do this as a career, learn from Michelin chefs.
post #34 of 38
Appreciate the advice!

Purchased a SAUCES book online, this book is gold!
post #35 of 38
Cooking is an art and a brilliant skill for life. Good luck with the sauces book beardedcrow.
post #36 of 38

Made some chicken tortilla soup so I will try to keep whole chicken in hand to make my own broth.  I actually made 2 different soup type dishes the other day.  The chicken broth allowed me to make the tortilla soup and chicken pho (Vietnamese soup) for my kids.  It was raining so I was in the mood.  But, having chipotle in adobo sauce and poultry seasoning, cumin comes handy.  Also various canned tomato items: stewed tomatoe, whole tomatoe and sauce. 

Keep the ideas coming. 

vale
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post #37 of 38
You've just made me very hungry!
post #38 of 38

Maybe set aside a few hours one evening to just prep up what you have?
Get yourself some good storage containers, once everything is chopped and ready to roll it's a lot easier to get creative.

 

And I agree with the above, get yourself a collection of recipes you'd like to try.

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