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For all your culinary needs

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Category: General
Forum Name: Recipes
Forum Description: Fanciful delights to tickle the tastebuds
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Topic: For all your culinary needs
Posted By: DanW
Subject: For all your culinary needs
Date Posted: 18 January 2005 at 11:00pm

Chris asked for a section like this and I am pleased to provide it. Hopefully this will give us somewhere to discuss sandwich fillings and other meals away from the main Chalfont board. Enjoy!

Oh, and if you think of any other forums that may be required rather than just 'Recipes', let me know.




Replies:
Posted By: chris
Date Posted: 19 January 2005 at 11:50am
cheers dan w.


Posted By: Helen
Date Posted: 11 February 2005 at 12:10am
chris are you a chef or love cooking prehaps we cold all come to your hse for dinner?


Posted By: chris
Date Posted: 11 February 2005 at 1:08pm

Originally posted by Helen Helen wrote:

chris are you a chef or love cooking prehaps we cold all come to your hse for dinner?

or i could come to you....

i am both.....



Posted By: Helen
Date Posted: 11 February 2005 at 1:19pm
i trained as a chef when i left school went to westmister college gave it up when i had daughter no1 i love cooking but hated unsocialable hours and the hat would make my hair flat not a attractive look. where do you work!


Posted By: chris
Date Posted: 11 February 2005 at 3:33pm

Originally posted by Helen Helen wrote:

i trained as a chef when i left school went to westmister college gave it up when i had daughter no1 i love cooking but hated unsocialable hours and the hat would make my hair flat not a attractive look. where do you work!

i work for contract options out of slough.

i did my city&guilds 706/1/2 in slough college now TVU,in the late 80's.

how did you find it,i found it easy.i was working at the bellhouse before xmas.i know alot of people that gave it up after college.

 



Posted By: Helen
Date Posted: 19 February 2005 at 10:40am
Hi chris been on holiday, i got my 706/1/2 703 and 707(wine tasting best course ever). I love to cook but not on a proffesional level as it is very hard work. When i was a student i did a sambooka with the coffe bean and served it in the restaurant, i put it on a tray then thought a doyle would be nice, when lighting the alchol i sent the doyle on fire instead of blowing out i put the tray down in a panic. which set the hundred old restauraunt curtains on fire and i singlary burnt it down. well you got to look on the positive the college got a state of art new restaurant.


Posted By: chris
Date Posted: 19 February 2005 at 4:20pm

Originally posted by Helen Helen wrote:

Hi chris been on holiday, i got my 706/1/2 703 and 707(wine tasting best course ever). I love to cook but not on a proffesional level as it is very hard work. When i was a student i did a sambooka with the coffe bean and served it in the restaurant, i put it on a tray then thought a doyle would be nice, when lighting the alchol i sent the doyle on fire instead of blowing out i put the tray down in a panic. which set the hundred old restauraunt curtains on fire and i singlary burnt it down. well you got to look on the positive the college got a state of art new restaurant.

how was it,the hols..

i would not say it's any harder than hairdressing or building ,just like any other job really,i love it,getting all sweaty with a few chosen f words.



Posted By: Helen
Date Posted: 19 February 2005 at 6:13pm
The holiday was a great, we go to a all inc place the kids love it and can run round very safely, get a ice cream when they wont so yoyu have a relaxing time there is entertainent every night. the village bit, its not to built up is a 10 min walk and the beach. we go every year for a week just to get some sun and chill, i book the flights online and the more you go the bigger discount they give you, plus extras choose your room fruit and wine in your room also all the rooms have a little kitchen so you can keep drinks in fridge make coffee extra for four of us all inc it cost 590.00 which is great for a break can do 200 at lego land for the day. I am not a hairdresser my business partner josie is a hairdresser i do nails also i qualified recently to train people how to do nails and i really enjoy it its like chatting to your mates all day as they come every two weeks so made loads of nice friends. There was 12 of us and we had a good laugh.


Posted By: Eddie
Date Posted: 19 February 2005 at 9:02pm
Originally posted by Helen Helen wrote:

The holiday was a great, we go to a all inc place the kids love it and can run round very safely, get a ice cream when they wont so yoyu have a relaxing time there is entertainent every night. the village bit, its not to built up is a 10 min walk and the beach. we go every year for a week just to get some sun and chill, i book the flights online and the more you go the bigger discount they give you, plus extras choose your room fruit and wine in your room also all the rooms have a little kitchen so you can keep drinks in fridge make coffee extra for four of us all inc it cost 590.00 which is great for a break can do 200 at lego land for the day. I am not a hairdresser my business partner josie is a hairdresser i do nails also i qualified recently to train people how to do nails and i really enjoy it its like chatting to your mates all day as they come every two weeks so made loads of nice friends. There was 12 of us and we had a good laugh.


gasp gasp ..I dunno about you  I'm out of breath!!!


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