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Old 08-20-2005, 11:34 AM   #31
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Chef Brockett from the neighborhood.


How about Bobb Flay? :^o :^o :^o 8-[
I love Chef Brocket! Spent many a wonderful hour with my oldest watching Mr Rogers while I was laid off back in 1989!

Without a doubt , mine is Rick Bayless! a tireless promoter of aunthentic Mexican cuisine and Chicago restaraunteur! His Frontera Grill and Topolabampo in Chicago , along with a restaraunt called Salpicon on N. Wells there, started by a former assistant chef of his, are the standard bearers for Mexican cuisine in the US. WM
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Al, that was cool...I bet she was great to talk to!
Juia was a ton of fun to talk to. She loved to talk about the war stuff. She worked on code breaking. But food was her true passion.

She taught me how to make gravy !!!!!

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Not many people can say that.
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No, I meant the" guy who has forgotten more about Mexican cuisine than bobby flay ever knew but was unfortunate enough to be the first guy to challenge on that show so they couldn't possibly allow him to beat the "star" chef guy." Yeah, him!

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St. Woody

What did I say ????What :help:

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Some PBS stations carry a show by Bayless. We don't get it here anymore, but I never missed an episode...it was always very interesting.
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What did I say ????What :help:

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Yeah "Julia showed me how to "make gravy." #-o
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OH

I meant a roux !!! Ya that's it... a roux.

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