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Old 06-22-2006, 08:06 AM   #31
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anyone remeber Justin Wilson's " Now I'm going to add a little bit of wine" and then heave a gallon bottle of wine over the pan--gunk, gunk, gunk--what a hoot!

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Old 06-22-2006, 08:29 AM   #32
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My husband says my cooking is anally retentive. No I didn't divorce him we'll have been married 33 years next month.
I follow recipes to the letter, he doesn't, and is a better cook than me.
So he's probably right.

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Old 06-26-2006, 02:07 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Timeloyd
I always measure everything the first time I try a recipe, and when I am creating a recipe so I will be abole to recreate it accurately if any changes have to be made and to Post it so others can try it and it will come out the way I made it.
I follow this same procedure when trying out a recipe. Once I try it, I look for ways to improve it. I've never used my palms to measure anything, but my sight.

The best thing I like about cooking is the experimentation. On occasion, I've created some real disasters. Fortunately, my husband has a good sense of humor.

The first disaster he made for me was cinnamon spaghetti. Very sickly sweet. I made him a crunch lasagne when we first started dating.

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