Chef John

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Chef John

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For the Cooking Loungers:
I would like to introduce: Chef John.

He has a food blog which I think is wonderful.
He demonstrates how to make a dish. It's about the dish, the food, not about him.

Another thing I like about him is he doesn't edit out his mistakes. He mentions them and continues.

He likes to toss in some humor and (Loungers take note: silly puns!

Some find his sing-song voice a bit grating, but, not me!

Here he is demonstrating the French Omelet, just as a reference for y'all.

http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/search/label/Eggs" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

And as always, enjoy!

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Thanks! :yum:
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Re: Chef John

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Cellmate wrote: He likes to toss in some humor and (Loungers take note: silly puns!

Some find his sing-song voice a bit grating, but, not me!
Seems you like buttering up the puns too. :laugh:
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Cellmate.
I wish you wouldn't post links like this when I'm at the library and haven't had my lunch ....
:grin:
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Re: Chef John

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Rudi wrote:
Cellmate wrote: He likes to toss in some humor and (Loungers take note: silly puns!

Some find his sing-song voice a bit grating, but, not me!
Seems you like buttering up the puns too. :laugh:
OMG! I usually enjoy punning, but even with my logophilia I never seem to be able to keep up. :sad:
Those you point out were completely accidental and unintended! :laugh:

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Re: Chef John

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ChrisGreaves wrote:
Cellmate.
I wish you wouldn't post links like this when I'm at the library and haven't had my lunch ....
:grin:
Chris
Check out the comments on his youtube videos. Frequent things like: Here it is: 02:30 and I'm watching and now I need to make this! :rofl:

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Thanks for the heads up. I'm learning how to cook ... not to be a chef but because I find I enjoy the process. I'm sure I'll be watching more of Chef John.
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Re: Chef John

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I'm going to making his Irish Shepherd's pie tomorrow.
Should be great!

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Good luck; and if it succeeds, and tastes good, then package up and send me a piece. :yum:
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