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Best wishes, CC!

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Cape chef will be away from Cheftalk for awhile, to undergo surgery for his back, so I just want to take this opportunity to wish you the best once again, and to let others do the same.

Get well soon, B!
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Get well soon, CC!! Take your time recovering; backs don't like to be pushed, from what I've heard. Let someone else heft those sides of beef from the cooler... ;)
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It shouldn't be too hard to type a thousand more posts lying on your stomach with the keyboard on the floor in front of you!

Be well and healthy, get better soon.

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I just hope that he tried lots of different non-invasive therapies before undergoing surgery.

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post #5 of 38
Best Wishes on a speedy recovery, my friend. My God place his guiding hand on the surgion and healing hand upon you. Mike
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My thoughts are with you, Brad; best of luck, and I echo everyone else in saying I hope things go well. We'll all be anxiously awaiting news.
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Get well soon CC! We'll all be here worrying until you come back. Take it easy. :) BTW: I second Chrose. :D


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post #8 of 38
OH man....didn't know it was this bad. Good luck, we'll be muddling through without you.
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Hey, CC, I'd heard from ~A~ that you were having problems with your back. My best wishes that this cure works for you; I know what it can be like. Take care, my friend, and a speedy recovery!
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OOOOHHH...... back problems, I can relate.
I had back surgery years ago.
Not fun to be in constant pain.
Cape Chef you'll be glad that you will feel so much better after.
I wish you well and a speedy recovery.
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I hope things would go well...Get well soon...

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I hope things would go well...Get well soon...
I can relate to that coz I've had a back prblem since I was a kid but it's been manageable so far...i just need to exercise to prevent it from worsening...

Take Care!!!

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here's to a speedy recovery, cape chef. i hope your back and cooking in no time at all. :chef:
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All I can add is: Get well soon!

And thanks, Michelle, for letting us all know. We've already worried from not hearing from CC; at least now we know why not. But what will we do without him for a while?!?!?!?
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Brad,
Three little prayers coming from TX.
Remember, pain meds say 1 every 4 hr. = 1-4 every hr. and a little fine wine, but be careful those meds make you feel better then you really are so take it slow. If you really need to slow it down, come on down! It's so slow here we can't even finish our sentences.
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post #16 of 38

Get well soon!

Dear CC, You will be greatly missed here at Cheftalk. I hope you make a swift recovery, and I am sending prayers and well wishes your way. :) ;) :)
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Up Date on Cape Chef: Mr&Mrs. Non Chef visited with CC after his surgery which was successful.He was still groggy,but able to smile.What helped was seeing his lovely family at his bed side.Sure he will be back very soon:chef: :chef:
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post #18 of 38
Yeah!!! Glad to hear it!!!
Be well soon, soon, soon,

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post #19 of 38
Best wishes CC, hope you have a speedy recovery.

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CC,
glad to hear that everything went well! No doubt you'll be again on your feet in few days. :)
I wish you a quick and painless recovery!

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Thank you

Thank you for the update, Non Chef. Please give our love to CC and the family.
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CC our friend , thanks for all the great advice . Your well of knowledge shall be missed while you recover . i know you shall be fine and look foreward to youe return . Your friend in food ,
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Thank you for the update, nonchef. I'm sure CC will be back to normal soon.:)
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That is really good news!

BTW, I said a Mi Shebeirach for his recovery at services last night, NonChef.
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Great news! Thanks, Nonchef for passing that along. I'm sure that the collective thoughts and prayers of all of us here sent so much good energy along the way that the surgery couldn't help but turn out well!
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Thank you guys so very much!!!

I am deeply touched by all of your incredible warm thoughts,This thread is like opening a big suprize present for me:).

I got my silly tights off (now I know what my daughters have to deal with before dance)and those sillier ankle to knee booties that inflate and deflate to avoid blood clots. (my wife hasn't seen so much movement in bed for quite sometime:) "sorry hun"

After reading your beautiful posts I have warm thoughts for each and everyone of you,you are a great group.
I can't imagine a place that would surround you with support like this place.

I'll be off my feet for sometime now,and hope in a couple weeks to start progressive therapy.
Once again,thank you all for your kindness and well wishess
Love
CC
Time for another percocet,good night
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post #27 of 38
Dear Brad,

Sooooo glad to hear everything went smoothly, and that you're on the way to recovery!

Hope you don't go too 'stir-crazy' with all that sitting around - maybe your wife could bring you a little cutting board, some veggies and a knife, just to keep you occupied!:D

Oh, and one thing you must remember when you start your therapy - do not hate your physical therapist!!! They will make you attempt things you think are humanly impossible, but you'll be amazed at the progress after a few weeks!!!

We tried your harissa last week - made the top of hubbie's old bald head sweat!

Best wishes, Jackie
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Speedy recovery Cape. You are in our prayers.
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post #29 of 38
Glad everything went well, Cape! Why do I find it not at all odd that you can spell percocet without a problem? ;)
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I am so glad to hear that your surgery went well CC!!! I hope that you have a very speedy recovery, and are back in the kitchen, whipping up many delights for the hungary masses soon. Best wishes my friend!!!!
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