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Howdy! From Texas!

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Howdy Everyone!

The name is James, I'm 19 I love cooking at my house, and also work in a restaurant predominantly washing dishes, but also assist the line, and the prep when needed. I will hopefully be moving full time to line soon but as you all know have to pay your dues.

I do this more for fun than for a living, I'm an applied mathematics major with an emphasis in statistics (hence the name) but I love cooking for friends and family whenever I get the chance.

 

I have been reading this forum for a while just silently reading and soaking in knowledge from some of these incredibly brilliant cooks and chefs, and I finally decided to make my own account.

 

I'm 19 and honestly just started getting into cooking in the last 2 years, so obviously I'm very inexperienced but am really excited to learn more and get better as time progresses

 

Glad to be here.

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Welcome! Cheftalk's membership is garnered from around the world (I'm Scots, for instance) and all levels of culinary expertise.

Feel free to join in on any thread you find of interest, or start your own in the relevant forum. The pgotography,, articles, reviews and articles here are all well worth spending time to view.

Hope to see you around the boards!
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Hi Stats, and welcome!

How exciting to be at the threshold of your path!

My husband (engineer in the oil and gas industry) also has an analytical mind.

The little picky things he does sometimes drives me nuts.

Love him anyway (he takes care of all the recycling duties).

Here is his go to kitchen site, maybe you will enjoy it.

http://www.cookingforengineers.com/

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Originally Posted by flipflopgirl View Post

Hi Stats, and welcome!

How exciting to be at the threshold of your path!

My husband (engineer in the oil and gas industry) also has an analytical mind.

The little picky things he does sometimes drives me nuts.

Love him anyway (he takes care of all the recycling duties).

Here is his go to kitchen site, maybe you will enjoy it.

http://www.cookingforengineers.com/


I'm already loving it, thank you!

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