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somebaudy

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hello, I'm Baudouin, I live in Brussels (where fries really come from, they never were french), most of my week-end projects include cooking. 

 

There is a store selling cooking equipment to professionals in my neighborhood so I have access to various equipment at a reasonable price.

 

Any question ? 

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We certainly would! What kind of sauce, if any, do you like with them?


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hello, I'm Baudouin, I live in Brussels (where fries really come from, they never were french), --------- ? 

 

But you guys did not invent Belgian waffles. :-)

 

Welcome!

 

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Hi Baudouin, I did not know the Belgians invented 'French' fries. Do you love mayonnaise on fries as much as the Dutch do?

I'm a Kiwi living in Bristol UK and wondering if the weather in Brussels can be as bad as it is here where I also spend a lot of time on cooking projects and sourcing reasonably priced commercial equipment from a local catering company that has a clearance warehouse. So far we have picked up 2 commercial 4 kW Bonnet induction hobs, a 30 litre rice cooker that I turned into a sous vide water bath with a Home made PID controller, several bain maries, a commercial citrus juicer, a Santos electronic dosing coffee grinder, commercial Kitchenaid stand mixer, a massive 370mm commercial Avery Berkel meat slicer and a fantastic Elegen Sfera chamber vacuum packer capable of packing 15 litre bags. All good fun in the name of domestic cooking bliss but it is beginning to take over our small apartment!

What have you found so far?

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