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Old 07-27-2007, 11:40 PM   #31
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just an observation: boy, you can tell it's the dog days of summer. we're all jumping on a topic, teeth bared and growling like michael vick trophy dogs, and goodweed going on and on about it ; and it's such a minor dealio.

i.c. and suzy, yous two and me, <<pointing two fingers to eyes>>, we're on the same page.

while i'm loathe to use canned soups, if my wife cooks something using them and the dinner ends up tasting really good, then ya-freakin'-hoo. i'm a canned soup guy. i'm very sensitive to salt, so that might be tough considering caine's input.

so there.

(i would still love, nay prefer to hear her tell me lies about how difficult it was to get the sauce "just right".)
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Old 07-28-2007, 10:44 AM   #32
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Touché. But like Suzy said, one should not ask questions if they do not want to hear the answers.
I agree completelym which is why I stated that the author of this post needs to accept constructive criticism and keep and open mind.

Ironchef, you are one of the more respected people around here. I know you can outcook me any day of the week. You have more training, and cook professionally. I also know that if I had the same training, and the exerience that you have, I would be a far better cook, and I'm no slouch now. We just have to remember our starting places. And like you said, we must be willing to learn from others, and accept that we have much to learn, no matter what skill level we are at. Humility is a good thing. It allows us to gather valuable insight from others, even people who use Homer Simpson as their avatar (not you IC), or canned mushroom soup mixed with mayo.

And BT; just to set the record stratight, I did not go on and on about it, just on about it. You see, single on, shorter. :<)
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Old 08-20-2007, 11:47 PM   #33
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Whether one cooks with cream of whatever soup and mayo makes no difference in the big picture. If you don't like it don't eat it or cook with it. If you do like it cook away and love every bite of it. Cooking is not right and it is not wrong. It just appeared that there was a LOT of mayo and soup compared to the protein - but that has never been pointed out. A "good amount" doesn't give us an indication.

Homegrownrecipes - we hope you continue to participate in our forums. I guess you learned if you ask us for our opinion we will certainly give it. And yes, when you do that then the recipe changes. There's nothing like a good brainstorm when it comes to food!!!!!
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Old 08-21-2007, 11:20 AM   #34
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Whether one cooks with cream of whatever soup and mayo makes no difference in the big picture. If you don't like it don't eat it or cook with it. If you do like it cook away and love every bite of it. Cooking is not right and it is not wrong. It just appeared that there was a LOT of mayo and soup compared to the protein - but that has never been pointed out. A "good amount" doesn't give us an indication.

Homegrownrecipes - we hope you continue to participate in our forums. I guess you learned if you ask us for our opinion we will certainly give it. And yes, when you do that then the recipe changes. There's nothing like a good brainstorm when it comes to food!!!!!
I was rather surprised to see this thread resurrected at this point. I thought we had resolved any differences of opinion almost a month ago.
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