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Hello from Northern Ontario.

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Ahnii it mean "Welcome" in Odawa- Ojibway language, I welcome you chef and students and everyone else, My name is Shane M I'm from a island in Ontario up north and I'm a first nation student that takes a program from Sault College I'm a disabled student but I want to become a chef so I can show anyone can do it even if you had a hard time in school. If you want to know anything else just send me a message 

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Aloha, that's Hawaiian for Hello.

Welcome to Chef Talk Shane.

This is a fantastic, vibrant, eclectic community comprised of everything, INCLUDING the kitchen sink.

Check the place out and if you have a question in regards to the site self, you can post those in the Feedback & Suggestion forum.  

I might suggest that you utilize the search bar at the top of the page since CT had been around for more than 10 years, many a topic has gone around the moon a few times.

The Pro section is for folks who are employed in the food industries, though many  Home Cook brings just as much to the table as in any Five Star restaurant.

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Happy Cooking!

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welcome to cheftalk!

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Thanks,

Nicko 
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All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking
All About Braising: The Art of Uncomplicated Cooking
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