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Old 24-12-2004, 09:24 PM
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Lifting a glass of high-octane eggnog...

"In a subject as vast as food, there is always more to learn, no matter how
many years spent dedicated to it. Here's to those in rfc, both expert and
novice, who not only share expert knowledge, but also those willing, at
times, to risk asking what feels like a silly question. Some of the
simplist questions have lead to responses I have definitely learned from.
The net is such a great way to learn from others in other cultures and
generations. I tip my toque.

Have a properous new year, filled with good times and good food."



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Old 25-12-2004, 09:21 PM
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On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 21:24:27 GMT, "zuuum" wrote:

Lifting a glass of high-octane eggnog...

"In a subject as vast as food, there is always more to learn, no matter how
many years spent dedicated to it. Here's to those in rfc, both expert and
novice, who not only share expert knowledge, but also those willing, at
times, to risk asking what feels like a silly question. Some of the
simplist questions have lead to responses I have definitely learned from.
The net is such a great way to learn from others in other cultures and
generations. I tip my toque.

Have a properous new year, filled with good times and good food."


Sharing in the toast with a can of cold A&W diet root beer.

Happy New Year to you, too.
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Old 25-12-2004, 10:08 PM
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Damsel in dis Dress wrote:
On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 21:24:27 GMT, "zuuum" wrote:


Lifting a glass of high-octane eggnog...

"In a subject as vast as food, there is always more to learn, no matter how
many years spent dedicated to it. Here's to those in rfc, both expert and
novice, who not only share expert knowledge, but also those willing, at
times, to risk asking what feels like a silly question. Some of the
simplist questions have lead to responses I have definitely learned from.
The net is such a great way to learn from others in other cultures and
generations. I tip my toque.

Have a properous new year, filled with good times and good food."



Sharing in the toast with a can of cold A&W diet root beer.

Happy New Year to you, too.


Excellent post. The best of things to you and all in the coming year.

tipping a glass of Chevis Royal Salute (neat, of course ;-)

--
Steve

It's not a good idea to squat while wearing spurs.
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Damsel in dis Dress wrote:
On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 21:24:27 GMT, "zuuum" wrote:


Lifting a glass of high-octane eggnog...

"In a subject as vast as food, there is always more to learn, no matter how
many years spent dedicated to it. Here's to those in rfc, both expert and
novice, who not only share expert knowledge, but also those willing, at
times, to risk asking what feels like a silly question. Some of the
simplist questions have lead to responses I have definitely learned from.
The net is such a great way to learn from others in other cultures and
generations. I tip my toque.

Have a properous new year, filled with good times and good food."



Sharing in the toast with a can of cold A&W diet root beer.

Happy New Year to you, too.


Excellent post. The best of things to you and all in the coming year.

tipping a glass of Chevis Royal Salute (neat, of course ;-)

--
Steve

It's not a good idea to squat while wearing spurs.


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