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Have you ever dreamed of giving up your job to become a professional chef? That is what I did, and this is my blog that chronicles my misadventures as I follow my lifelong dream.

Owner: fintzu

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Language: English

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    on Jun 22, 2009 in The Story My Cookbook
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    on Jun 10, 2009 in The Story My Cookbook
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    on Jun 5, 2009 in Other Fun My Cookbook
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    on May 28, 2009 in Reviews Rants and Raves
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    on May 26, 2009 in The Story
    Even in the down economy, I have to think forward to the time when I may be lucky enough someday to open my own restaurant. Sure, I’ve had such flights of fancy in the past, but if I’m going to give it a real go at my own place, I would...
  • How to Make a Gin & Tonic Properly
    on May 23, 2009 in Recipes
    When I tell people I have the recipe for the greatest Gin & Tonic, most people look at me like I’m insane. “Gin…. and tonic… on ice… right?” they say full of haughty skepticism. “No, there’s more...
  • A Chip Off the Block
    on May 18, 2009 in Reviews Other Fun
    A short while ago, I brought to the attention of my US readers that the UK potato crisp company, Walkers, was having a contest to select their next flavor of potato crisp. Many of you commented on it, and some of you even thought it was funny. A...
  • A Natural Benefit to Peanut Butter
    on May 16, 2009 in Rants and Raves
    There can be no doubt that I’m huge fan of peanut butter. I’ve loved it all my life, and likely would consider the ratification of PB&J as a food group. (I’m a grape jelly person for the record…) But it wasn’t unt...
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