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I am a former restaurant owner and I studied 2 years at Le Cordon Bleu in Tokyo. I started cooking for my family at age 10, so I have 40 years of experience in the kitchen. www.EXQUISITEEVENTSUSA.COM

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I am a former restaurant owner and I studied 2 years at Le Cordon Bleu in Tokyo. I started cooking for my family at age 10, so I have 40 years of experience in the kitchen.

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I am a former restaurant owner and I studied 2 years at Le Cordon Bleu in Tokyo. I started cooking for my family at age 10, so I have 40 years of experience in the kitchen.

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Recent Answers from Teri Davis Newman

2015-10-28 French cake:

It's sort of like a pineapple upside-down cake except with apples and a slightly different prep.  The beauty of a recipe that uses just pastry dough, butter, apples, and sugar to make the magic, is that

2014-10-08 Skillet:

Do you have a photo of the pan?  You should have gone to a welder and had the handle welded on for about $5 or so, but live and learn!  A chef saute pan might be what you need, I'd suggest this one:  http://www

2013-01-10 Help please:

I would translate all your menu items into French with an English description of the food. By this I mean call your chicken in wine sauce coq au vin along with some other bullshit changes--you are serving

2012-05-14 Chicken:

Free range chicken is tough and stringy and skinny.  I wouldn't eat one at a reasonable price. Take your wonderful plump and juicy chicken and roll it in some herbs and spices and season to taste with

2011-07-11 Unknown kitchen gadget - photo attached:

I'm not 100% sure, but I think it's a pie/pastry crimper.  You smoosh the edges of a pie crust together with this device. It is also used to crimp meat pies edges (pasties) together. This is my best educated

 

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