Tell us about yourself!
Ah hell, I ain't got no camera. Just go into the kitchen, and start doing, as inspired by your recipe. Hey, once I worked in a kitchen in a Swiss hotel (way down in the pecking order). Chateaux De. Long time ago, but what I learned I haven't forgotten. It's all still in my system. Food is 'bout feeding people and making them smile. Comforted.
Ah, Lawd girl, I ain't got no camera. Doesn't mean I don't go into the kitchen and do what you did. Ah, Switzerland. Long time ago I worked in a kitchen in a D class hotel. Château-d'Œx. Where I found me legs. Good chef/bad chef. Italiano. Don't forget any of it. Can you believe I actually had a Swiss work permit. But, then it was time to go. Eventually came home. And life took a complete different direction.Still love cooking, especially for others.
Grandma's Soup (with tips)
Where do I vote? Your grandmother's soup rules!
Now, there ye be. Someone is thinking, being artfully creative with the stuff that's at hand. Good on ya.
Wow! I can even do this. I'll ask the butcher for beef bone. Thank you!
Hey, this is simple. I like it. Where do I vote?
Brilliant! and oh so elequent.
This feller is great, laid back approach to making soup. Kudos! Uh? any bread with that?
Your English just fine. I appreciated your "seasoned" knowlelge about what to take Sounds practical, reasonable. I was paid (Forest Service) to be in the back country for a lot of years. 14 day stints. You distilled down the necessities very well. Just what to take. Tres bien. See, I can't write French.