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Old 01-08-2011, 02:07 AM   #11
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Tax mate, I have a friend who has a mais gas wok burner in a water bath, the cast iron middle piece is removed when using the wok.
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Old 01-08-2011, 02:38 AM   #12
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Tax mate, I have a friend who has a mais gas wok burner in a water bath, the cast iron middle piece is removed when using the wok.
Any idea of brand name? Or type?

I think you must be right about the gas. On closer examination, I notice there are burners in a different section of the stove. Kinda nifty, that section with the rings.
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Old 01-08-2011, 02:41 AM   #13
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.......but I sure wish he would comb his hair......actually I'd rather see him in a hair net.
Regarding Gorden Ramsay's hair...wait, I like the messy hair look on a man but I'd replace that warm-up suit with pajamas to round out the bedroom look. If a man can cook like that then I can forgive him for a lot of things. He needs to slow down though. He's like a chef on steroids.

Actually, I was dwelling on his hair so much that I missed the stove completely that everyone is discussing. Sorry to get off topic but some things are just that important
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Old 01-08-2011, 03:07 AM   #14
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Any idea of brand name? Or type?

I think you must be right about the gas. On closer examination, I notice there are burners in a different section of the stove. Kinda nifty, that section with the rings.
Sorry no, just a guess it may be bespoke.
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Old 01-08-2011, 03:12 AM   #15
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Regarding Gorden Ramsay's hair...wait, I like the messy hair look on a man but I'd replace that warm-up suit with pajamas to round out the bedroom look. If a man can cook like that then I can forgive him for a lot of things. He needs to slow down though. He's like a chef on steroids.

Actually, I was dwelling on his hair so much that I missed the stove completely that everyone is discussing. Sorry to get off topic but some things are just that important
We have two TV cooks called the Hairy Bikers, they have a real time 7 minute competition.Their barnets are more deranged than Rames the great.
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I just HAD to google the Hairy Bikers before leaving this thread for the night...haha...they're like 2 big teddy bears and I love the dishes they make . The one is like a master of metaphors...so funny
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The perfect cooking show line-up: The Hairy Bikers and then The Two Fat Ladies!
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The perfect cooking show line-up: The Hairy Bikers and then The Two Fat Ladies!
That's what I thought of too. They were a favorite cooking show of mine.
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I'd love to see any of those shows while munching Sticky Lemon Chicken. That recipe sounds fantastic!
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