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New experiments in the Kitchen

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Hello,

 

I joined lately, hope to learn new things. I cook at home for family and friends. My cooking style is based on some basic 'rules' I guess, but I like the free style of experiments, tasting and changing.

Excited to find new ideas here.

 

Cheers,

 

Lisa

 

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Welcome, Lisa! Chef Talk is a great place for home cooks like you and I to learn and also to share our experiences and knowledge about food. Here we have cooking articles, cookbook and equipment reviews, wikis, photos and, of course, the discussion forums. The forums have over 10 years' worth of information, so make good use of the search tool to dig up earlier conversations on your favorite topics. (We home cooks can read everything here, but we must refrain from posting in the professionals' forums.)

 

What are your inspirations in the kitchen? Was there someone who sparked your love of food?

 

I hope you visit and participate often.

Regards,

Mezzaluna

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Thanks you Mezzaluna for the welcoming hospitality!

My story of 'how it all started' is a bit unusual I guess. I always liked good food but always thought it's too difficult and time spending, couldn't imagine it can be such fun. 

While traveling in Australia I went for long trekking, camping outdoors with 3 great travelers. A Swedish guy who's mother taught cooking at school, French girl whom her father owned 3 patiseries and a Scottish fellow who traveled the world by himself, mostly cooking for himself. Those three were amazing teachers. When we got to the first supermarket I went for the '20 seconds noddles' (I bet there is no mention of it during the 10 years of this forum...) and they laughed and ask me to hold the trolley while bringing Ginger, Garlic, Celery, Flour and the rest of the real food before teaching me every night something new. That was 15 years ago, enough stories...redface.gif

 

Lisa

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