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I seem to recall reading this definition - Cooking - the strategic application of heat to make what's available better (or something along those lines) but I can't remember where.

 

Ring a bell with anybody?  I'm thinking of stealing it, & I'd like to attribute it.

 

But then, if I attribute, I guess it isn't stealing...

 

TIA

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The genesis of all the world's great cuisines can be summed up in a four word English phrase: Don't throw that away.
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post #2 of 6

I just googled your sentence and found this:

 

Tony Bourdain on "Raw Food":

http://forums.chef2chef.net/viewtopic.php?t=139387

 

Does that help?

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

Thanks, FF - that's more than likely it - either that article, or Bourdain using it in something else.

 

I googled "the strategic application of heat" & didn't find this.

The genesis of all the world's great cuisines can be summed up in a four word English phrase: Don't throw that away.
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The genesis of all the world's great cuisines can be summed up in a four word English phrase: Don't throw that away.
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post #4 of 6

This is very embarassing but I think I might be the source.

 

BDL

post #5 of 6

Cool! Glad I helped. I googled the same exact bit you mention, but making sure to use quotes (") so google looks for the sentence, and not just the independent words - maybe that's it.

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As with any information you are given, it is your responsibility to consider the source -- tv, newspaper, radio, internet.....even wikipedia. If you wish to take everything at face value, that is your choice. However, in our world of "spin" it often pays to dig a little deeper. I recently read an Ann Coulter book and a book by a very liberal author (i forget the name). They both covered the same topics but presented the information very differently and came to very different conclusions to the same set of "facts." It was fascinating and an eye opener to realize how much information is presented as "fact" when the real story lies somewhere between the two viewpoints.

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