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This club is for any of us who ejoy cooking of any and all kinds share your Ideas, experiences in the kitchen,or ask for input or advice on anything food.'

Location: Anywhere theres somthen good cook'en
Members: 50
Latest Activity: Jun 21, 2011

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Tournament Chefs - You ever cook for a tournament? 5 Replies

Started by Joe G 5740. Last reply by Wicked Dyes Aug 10, 2009.

This is the Recipe Book 13 Replies

Started by JeremyRogers. Last reply by JeremyRogers Jun 25, 2009.

Culinary Arts Degree 3 Replies

Started by JeremyRogers. Last reply by Angel Apr 16, 2009.

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Comment by Jack Davis on February 5, 2009 at 8:22pm
I have a Culinary Arts degree from MOMS HOUSE! I was responsible for having dinner ready for my parents in the afternoon before they got home for dinner. So mom taught me how to cook at an early age. I'll look through my recipes and post a few up here later. I cant believe I didn't think about starting a club like this before.

GOOD JOB JEREMY!
Comment by JeremyRogers on February 5, 2009 at 3:40pm
good Idea, I will be trying that in the future, you just gave me an Idea, grilled Crab cakes'
Comment by Matt Jankowski on February 5, 2009 at 12:12pm
Grilled tuna salad. Grill any type of tuna or your choice of pelagic salt water fish ( I even tryed this recipe with some bonito and it turned out great). You can seson it lightly if you like but the majority of the flavor comes later in the prep.
Combine grilled fish with mayo and mustard to your desired concistency. Then add diced red onion, and peppers( serano for mild, jalepenos for medium, habaneros for HOT!) to your taste. Finish with salt, pepper and garlic(powder of fresh) and viola! Serve on toasted bread of your choice and enjoy.
Comment by JeremyRogers on February 4, 2009 at 6:45pm
oh ya, I smoked some Marlin once, It was delicouse, I used a mixture of jackdanyals wooden barrel chips, and plain smoking chips and seasoned it up pretty nice w/ dry rubs , It was a huge hit, the chunk of marlin was about the size of a little lunch box
Comment by castawaydave on February 4, 2009 at 6:43pm
Smokin' That's what I love to do. But here in the jungle I live of a coleman and $20 walmart gas grill.
Comment by JeremyRogers on February 4, 2009 at 6:20pm
I myself have a Culinary Arts degree from Florida Culinary Institute, love to cook, been cooking for myself for sometime and chowing for even longer, I love food like no other so welcome to the club
 

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