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Old 02-10-2018, 05:52 AM   #71
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Huh. Did not know that.
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Old 02-10-2018, 06:54 AM   #72
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Well Swedish chefs, of course and you most likely have never heard of them . Cajsa Warg and Tore Wretman. Cajsa because her cookbook was such big part of the elder generations childhood and yes even if it was from 1822, we still cooked some dinner from it and at its time it was famous. Tore Wretman is modern day, he died 2003 and help put Swedish cuisine on the world map.
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Well Swedish chefs, of course and you most likely have never heard of them . Cajsa Warg and Tore Wretman. Cajsa because her cookbook was such big part of the elder generations childhood and yes even if it was from 1822, we still cooked some dinner from it and at its time it was famous. Tore Wretman is modern day, he died 2003 and help put Swedish cuisine on the world map.
I am a big fan of Swedish Chef...



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Old 02-10-2018, 04:51 PM   #74
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Ja, for sure.

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Old 02-10-2018, 05:59 PM   #75
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Too funny...

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Old 02-11-2018, 03:03 AM   #77
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caseydog: He terrified me as kid, he doesn't speak Swedish at all and I was partly deaf as kid and not understanding him at all just freaked me out and I couldnt understand why people was laughing. When my ear got fixed ( it was blocked ) and I got most of my hearing back, I did understand he didnt speak Swedish but I still never saw him as funny.
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Old 02-16-2018, 10:15 PM   #78
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Chef Contaldo making his ragu bolognese. I love that rustic kitchen with the brick backsplash.

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Old 02-17-2018, 07:27 PM   #79
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Chef Contaldo making his ragu bolognese. I love that rustic kitchen with the brick backsplash.

Chef Contaldo's mentor was Antonio Carluccio. And, Jaime Oliver is a protege of Chef Contaldo. The three of them were very close fiends. Jaime Oliver and Chef Contaldo still are good friends.

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caseydog: He terrified me as kid, he doesn't speak Swedish at all and I was partly deaf as kid and not understanding him at all just freaked me out and I couldnt understand why people was laughing. When my ear got fixed ( it was blocked ) and I got most of my hearing back, I did understand he didnt speak Swedish but I still never saw him as funny.
You are apparently much younger than I am. The Swedish Chef was not a Muppets character when I was a kid. I was also never a Muppets or Sesame Street fan as a kid. Kermit and Ms Piggy were always the big Muppets stars, IMO.

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