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Hello from the East of England

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I have been cooking for as long as I can remember, my dear old Nan taught me how to make Custard using egg yolks and sugar one afternoon when I was 9 years old. I was hooked on making everything from scratch from then on, and haven't stopped learning since.

 

Fast forwards 30 something years and I am still learning, feeding my mind from old (and modern) culinary books learning from the masters, learning classical techniques as well as modern.

 

I am not a chef by trade, although if I could go back and start my career over I would be a chef. A mistake that I can't rectify sadly.

 

I cook anything from all over the globe (Asian, French, German, Italian, Mexican, Creole, Tex-Mex.....) but simply love fusing different cuisines at the moment.

 

~ Jay

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Welcome Jay!  So nice to have you here at Chef Talk.

Wow, that's some repertoire of culinary talents you've got there.

Many folk here at CT get enjoyment to just cook and are satisfied with not being a Pro.  But then, if you make others smile with the food that you've so loving prepared for them, that's the key, right?

Take a look around the forums, articles, reviews and the galleries, a note though on the Professional forums, those are read only for us Home Experts.

Once you've gone over the FAQ and Community Guidelines and you still have a question in regards to the site itself, go ahead and post that in the Feedback & Suggestion forum.

Do you take snapshots of your dishes?  Please post them in the Gallery for all to drool over!

Once again Jay, welcome.

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Thank you for the kind welcome, hopefully I will be able to give as much as I can take from these forums.

 

~ Jay

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