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Tamara
12 Feb 14,, 08:21
(try this again, apparently I hit the wrong key the first time)

Don't know why I didn't think of this before......know why I thought of it today (I was watching "Natalie" on "Forever Knight")

A lot of my cooking is a little bit here, a little bit there, a sprinkle of this, a dash of that.

But if it turns out fantastic, I'll be lucky to remember all I did so to be able to do it the next time.

So maybe I ought to use one of those voice recorders I have, from this or that experiment, and be talking to it as I cook.

That way, if it does turn out fantastic, I have something to go back to in order to transcribe it into a recipe file.

Doktor
12 Feb 14,, 09:02
Take a camera and make sure the batteries are full.

Or else...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw1vScK-o7U

bonehead
13 Feb 14,, 02:48
You are in good company. The galloping gourmet had the same problem. He used a lot of wine when cooking….sometimes he even cooked with the wine.

Tamara
13 Feb 14,, 19:46
.......sometimes he even cooked with the wine.

WHAT?

You mean he was in the pot with the wine, like a scene from a cannibal movie?

Ie, like......


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaXWy-HQefc

bonehead
14 Feb 14,, 03:07
WHAT?

You mean he was in the pot with the wine, like a scene from a cannibal movie?

Ie, like......


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaXWy-HQefc

Good luck with that. He could suck that pot dry before it even got to a simmer.

DonBelt
14 Feb 14,, 04:28
All I can picture is a pathology/ cutting lab with the stainless tables and the mic hanging over the table or bench for the dictation system. I worked on them and would have to clean some awfully nasty unknown substances from the foot pedals and controls. I always brought my own gloves and mask in case the lab people didn't offer me any, but they usually did as well as booties and a paper gown that never quite fit.

Doktor
14 Feb 14,, 08:12
You are aware she talks about cooking ;)

sated buddha
14 Feb 14,, 08:36
My favorite cooking scene .....

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Tamara
14 Feb 14,, 08:56
Well, did another stew today without notes and it turned out wonderfully, but that's okay, since this was more of my standard fare type stew, something of the standard ingridients......though with this one, I threw some dill pickle slices in (didn't have dill spice).

As far as the pic goes, well, if you say so. Is that from "Meet Joe Black"? I'm guessing, never seen it myself......so I don't get the meaning.

sated buddha
14 Feb 14,, 10:34
As far as the pic goes, well, if you say so. Is that from "Meet Joe Black"? I'm guessing, never seen it myself......so I don't get the meaning.

That's from "Cranial Lobotomy meets Nigella Lawson"

This on the other hand is a cook remembering another favorite recipe - liver, fava beans, and a nice chianti

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Tamara
14 Feb 14,, 10:58
That's from "Cranial Lobotomy meets Nigella Lawson"

This on the other hand is a cook remembering another favorite recipe - liver, fava beans, and a nice chianti

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If you say so..........

......................I read the book in the late 80's; never saw a reason to see the movie.

sated buddha
14 Feb 14,, 10:58
If you say so..........

......................I read the book in the late 80's; never saw a reason to see the movie.

So you knew what I was talking about all this time.

You only missed seeing a maestro at work.

Doktor
14 Feb 14,, 11:09
It'a scene from Hannibal the movie, the scene when he opens the head of the poor lad;)

Triple C
14 Feb 14,, 11:47
The food stylist for Hannibal the TV show has a blog (http://janicepoonart.blogspot.com/)on the work she did for season 1.

Tamara
14 Feb 14,, 12:54
The food stylist for Hannibal the TV show has a blog (http://janicepoonart.blogspot.com/)on the work she did for season 1.

What is this "TV" you speak of? Is it some kind of entertainment?

sated buddha
14 Feb 14,, 13:06
Tamara you're something of a movie buff right? Amateur actor, director, I forget which.

Sir Anthony Hopkins does not affect you even a little bit?

He is GOD for me. I will happily learn at his feet given the opportunity.

Tamara
14 Feb 14,, 13:11
Tamara you're something of a movie buff right? Amateur actor, director, I forget which.

Sir Anthony Hopkins does not affect you even a little bit?

He is GOD for me. I will happily learn at his feet given the opportunity.

Of course he does!

But more as

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The thing is, if I know nothing about the movie and he's in it, then I will probably watch it because he's a good draw.

But as it is, I do know about The Silence of the Lambs and I have no interest in seeing that movie or anything associated with it, regardless of who is in it. Same thing with the Mission Impossible movies. I do not like them and I won't watch them.