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post #1 of 22
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Hey All,

 

If you find yourself in the forums and nothing sparks your interest then please consider greeting someone in our Welcome Forums. It only takes a minute and you will be helping out ChefTalk in a small way. Consider greeting one new member a week!

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

Nicko

Thanks,

Nicko 
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post #2 of 22
Sure Nicko.....you know, i know there are exceptions,
but I'd sort of gotten the impression that was something
the mods considered their turf.
I guess I stand corrected. smile.gif
post #3 of 22
Thread Starter 

@Meezenplaz no not at all but thank you for sharing that. All members are encourage to just say a quick welcome to ChefTalk. It can be for some very intimidating to join a forum and start posting. 

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post #4 of 22
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@Meezenplaz
 no not at all but thank you for sharing that. All members are encourage to just say a quick welcome to ChefTalk. It can be for some very intimidating to join a forum and start posting. 
Ok good to know, I'll keep it in mind and start watching the noob forum more closely.
Its good for the board you posted this I think.
post #5 of 22

I would like to say I am new to the forum and this is all new to me. Looking forward to learning a lot and sharing the little that I know.

post #6 of 22
Yeah ... I've got something to say.

First off ... DUH - LOL @ ME. For whatever odd reason, I can't figure out how to start a new thread. Therein ... I'm announcing this here.


Tomorrow I'm taping a "PILOT" first episode of a hopefully NEW TV SHOW.

"Jeannie's Kitchen ... w/ Chef Francis"





I've got a producer/director and his idea is a cooking show ... from a "Chicago" point of view. He came to me because of the way I speak "Chicago" style, and he likes my attitude from the "No Kid Hungry", "Share Our Strength", "Cooking Matters" classes I teach. If our main investor likes the pilot ... we get $30,000 for 5 shows, then we pitch it to a TV station. We're thinking maybe PBS. I haven't slept 3-hours since Saturday. Trust me ... If things go well ... youse guys will all hear about it.
post #7 of 22
I am excited for you !

mimi
post #8 of 22

IceMan, starting your own post is like Rocket Surgery stay far far away. Good luck buddy I hope all goes well. Where is this place you call Chicago....

post #9 of 22
OK ... I didn't suck.

What we did today didn't show off any killer food chops, that wasn't the intention. I did however, I think, show off ability to show regular home people how to put quality ingredients together and produce winner dishes. I only went off track once, but it was verbal not performance. Nothing that good editing can't make disappear. As it was, the production staff all fell over each other getting to eat what was made. NO survivors food-wise (NO leftovers). Thanks everyone for your support.
post #10 of 22
Today PBS tomorrow TC ?

mimi
post #11 of 22
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I did however, I think, show off ability to show regular home people how to put quality ingredients together and produce winner dishes.

 

I had complete confidence in your ability to do this and knew that you would knock it out of the park. The big question though is ...are regular home people going to want to watch it?

 

 

 

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the production staff all fell over each other getting to eat what was made. NO survivors food-wise (NO leftovers).

 

I knew this was a given as well. Goodatcha! I would love to see the pilot. Hope it busts open doors for you!

Wisdom comes with age, but sometimes age comes alone.
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post #12 of 22
Way to go Iceman!!! I can't wait to be able to watch it and support you in your endeavours!!
post #13 of 22
OK ... We're talking about a BIG GIANT leap of faith here ... I'm talking really freakin' BIG ... but the premiss is that the viewers are going to want to watch and listen to ME. Why does anyone watch "Hell's Kitchen"?!? Is there anything really about cooking good dishes in that show? With our show we want to present really good dishes, the stuff you go out to eat, in a way to make them at home just as well but easy. We're praying to Jebus that MY style and personality gets them to watch our show. "All In The Family" was on for a long time. I'm kinda like a Chicago "Archie Bunker" with really good food chops and replacing obnoxious with funny entertainment.

The food involved included four(4) pizzas; a classic Margarita, a jacked-up Margarita, a pear Gorgonzola w/ fennel and shallots and a Hawaii/Cali. pizza w/ ham, bacon and pineapple. I claimed these were "7-minute cracker-crust pizzas". In the 7-minutes cooking time I threw together a vegetarian roasted vegetable gallette of sorts.
post #14 of 22
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but the premiss is that the viewers are going to want to watch and listen to ME.

 

I would...but then I don't trust my judgement. LOL  :~)

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post #15 of 22
BIG GIANT leap of faith here ... I'm talking really freakin' BIG.
post #16 of 22

I remember when you went for the Food network interview. I't nice to see our boy has grow up.......I'm proud of you!

post #17 of 22
Gee ... Thanks ... I was really kinda hoping that everyone sorta forgot about that by now.







Thank You, My Friend.

Edited by IceMan - 6/30/16 at 7:19pm
post #18 of 22
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Gee ... Thanks ... I was really kinds hoping that everyone sorta forgot about that by now.
 

 

Oh hell no!

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post #19 of 22
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I remember when you went for the Food network interview. I't nice to see our boy has grow up.......I'm proud of you!

 

+1

GIVE EM BRADDAH ICEMAN! GO FOR BROKE!

post #20 of 22

HI!.. what would I say? hmmm.. actually I new here.. Welcome to all newbie out there..Have a nice day to all!

post #21 of 22

Although im new myself, I'll do it!

post #22 of 22

Wow you guys so friendly, I am really glad finding such a great forum. Cheers

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