Originally Posted by mumu
EXCUSE ME I HAVE POSTED BEFORE HOW I APPR. YOUR HELP. Maybe you should re read some of the things. You can quit any time with all this. :)
I really feel the need to point something out to you about this board. First typing in all capitals tells all of us that you are yelling. If you are trying to emphasize what you are saying, I would like to suggest you do it in bold or italics. Both are a much a more acceptable way of getting your point across.
If you feel that you are being criticized unfairly, you can always block that particular person. That way you won't see what they are saying about your questions. Just don't get curious when you see they posted something and undo them from your Ignore List.
Unfortunately I have to say that we do have some members here who feel that they are the owners or head honchos of this forum. Experts in every field. And if you feel that you are being treated unfairly by someone on a continuous manner, you can always report the problem to one of the Monitors or Moderators. I find them to be extremely fair and always look into any problems that are brought to their attention.
I get the feeling that you are a young person just learning to cook. If this is true, I would hate to have this forum lose a member who is developing a love of cooking and trying to gain as much knowledge as possible. I realize that cooking can be daunting for someone who has just discovered that the food doesn't appear like magic on the dinner table. But sometimes the new cook just has to jump in and try real hard at getting it right. And that doesn't always happen on the first try. Not even the second or third time. Me, I still can't make a green bean salad like the one a person made for me many times more than 50 years ago. And heavens knows she tried to teach me.
I have been cooking since I was in the seventh grade. The schools taught home economics then. And here I am at 77 years of age and still can't get it right. But I keep trying. Every year when the fresh green beans show up at the farmers marker. Some years I end up eating it all myself because no one else likes it. But summer is coming and I will try again this year.
So grab a knife and pick up that chicken by the leg and start cutting. The chicken will show you where to cut. If you make a mistake, do it again on the other leg. You will find that it is in the cooking that your talent will show. No one will notice how you cut it, just how good it tastes after you cook it. That is where you should concentrate your newly gained knowledge. Good luck in your endeavor to become the best cook you can be.