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post #31 of 35
I seem to remember taking arts and crafts as a kid- it was the same class.
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post #32 of 35
Yeah but they differentiated between them or else it would be craft appreciation in college....or just art or just craft.

What does it hurt? If someone has a mindset that says cooking can be an art
Does it degrade or deminish a craftsman.... no! Those are the guys in the trenches doing it every night, they are the ones replicating the creations. One is not better than the other it's just different.
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post #33 of 35
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So a concert pianist playing Mozart isn't an artist? BTW, I think Unichef was just making a joke (and it doesn't hurt anything for anybody to hold either opinion).

[This message has been edited by Greg (edited October 06, 2000).]
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post #34 of 35
Interesting Rules of Art.....isn't there just self-expression...rules are for breaking/ or do you have to conform to "rules" to be an artist?
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post #35 of 35
I don't wish to determine whither cooking is an art or craft. IT IS BOTH! Not either /or, this or that. Come on people! Where is the logic in it? It's like going to an art gallery and stairing at a 500 year old painting and determine what they were trying to say when they would stroke they're brush. Cooking is was what it is; sexual by design, sinful by taste, a learning experience, a comfort and a birth of reasoning.
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