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Old 02-03-2007, 07:31 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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hi,

i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.


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On Mar 2, 11:31 am, wrote:
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i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.


Yes, there are thousands!

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On Mar 2, 1:31 pm, wrote:
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i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.



I hear that Europe has some recipes.

N.

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On 2 Mar 2007 11:49:15 -0800, "Nancy2" wrote:

On Mar 2, 1:31 pm, wrote:
hi,

i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.



I hear that Europe has some recipes.


I was thinking exactly the same thing when I read the OP. You know
you've been around rfc too long when you can anticipate all of the
punchlines.

TammyM


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Ther'es a fabulous new dessert cookbook that just came out - Classic
New Orleans Desserts, especially written for the home cook and
designed so an inexperienced cook can make them - check it out on
Amazon.com, also take a look at Arnaud's Restaurant Cookbook.


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On Mar 2, 11:31 am, wrote:
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i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.


Pick a meat or a dish and google for recipies.

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"Steve Wertz" wrote

On Fri, 02 Mar 2007 20:10:31 GMT, TammyM wrote:

I was thinking exactly the same thing when I read the OP. You know
you've been around rfc too long when you can anticipate all of the
punchlines.


I must never have been around for the "European recipes" inside
joke. Or else it came from one of those 300+ response threads I
bowed out of early on.


Every semester someone would post I have heard that there are many
great recipes from around the world available on the Internet. If anyone
has a recipe from Europe please let me know.

Exact same wording, if I remember correctly. Close enough.
I think it was a class assignment. Some assignment, post this
question on rec.food.cooking ... I guess it was too much to ask
for the students to think up a real question.

Though, maybe one did, because they asked, Can you make
lasagna at home.

nancy


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"TammyM" wrote

I was thinking exactly the same thing when I read the OP. You know
you've been around rfc too long when you can anticipate all of the
punchlines.


No advice about par-boiling ribs...?


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On 2 Mar 2007 11:31:42 -0800, wrote:

hi,

i'm learning how to improve my cooking skills and would like to see if
there's any recipe suggestions i can try that's yummy.



Poke around the rfc web site....
http://www.recfoodcooking.com/signature.php
http://www.recfoodcooking.com/cookalongs.html

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