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Rella 1 year ago
#9 are you accusing me of using 3-4 times the amount, or are you telling me to do so??
       
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Wint 1 year ago
Rella,

The latter. Restaurant food is, usually, HEAVILY buttered and salted in order to make the taste of the food more enhanced. This is why you should NEVER use cooking oil as a substitute for butter and salt: Butter and salt enhances and enriches the taste of food, and cooking oil replaces the taste of the food with the taste of the cooking oil. It's the easiest way to make an excellent meal taste like sh!t. But hey, at least it's "healthy". :|
       
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Augustina 1 year ago
Thanks for the Ratatouille picture.
I enjoyed that movie muchly, had the DVD but that seems to have degraded, I really must get another copy.
I want to do a wall in my kitchen with that exact same picture as above, just to remind me of all the flavours he was able to smell, and to remind me to never judge someone of their dress, hair style, preferred gender, species or looks ... always wait until they open their mouth, THEn you can judge them. Lol.
And if I ever stop smelling the garlic I will know I have got covid.
Oh, thanks for the tips, I'll take most of them onboard, the others I already knew.
#9 - Yeah, I figured you meant go hard with the butter and salt, ... when we sailed across the world to come live in the Antipodes islands, the Italian ship 'Aurelia' we were on had chefs that were certainly of the 'more butter, more salt' school ... I was just 7 years old but those aromas have stuck with me all these years, just like the smell of oranges always takes my thoughts back to Curacao ... we could smell the oranges before the island showed over the horizon.
       
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