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i have many if not all of the Master Classes

 

for cooking 

 

 

from here and there.

 

they ared very expensive to actually purchased

 

the only one I thought a bit sub par

 

was Alice Walters

 

as revolutionary the was way back then

 

the chef that did the work was 

 

Jeremiah Tower

 

not AW.

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29 minutes ago, rotuts said:

i have many if not all of the Master Classes

 

for cooking 

from here and there.

they ared very expensive to actually purchased

the only one I thought a bit sub par

was Alice Walters

asrevolutionary the was way back then

the chef that did the work was 

Jeremiah Tower

not AW.

 

Oh JUST Jeremiah p b9it of a legebd and icon  ;) 

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

i have many if not all of the Master Classes

 

for cooking 

 

 

from here and there.

 

they ared very expensive to actually purchased

 

the only one I thought a bit sub par

 

was Alice Walters

 

as revolutionary the was way back then

 

the chef that did the work was 

 

Jeremiah Tower

 

not AW.

Do they teach or show you anything new? I was wondering how it might be different from watch an episode of Jacque Pepin, Mario Batali etc. 

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i have not seen that much of each MC

 

i have seem a few segments from Thomas Keller 

 

and yes , in each one i learned something very new to me

 

a different way to deal w asparagus , three slight different ways

 

and each I could see at a many stared restaurant 

 

just small things, very easy to do for someone like me

 

sor salmon . he used the thicker part of a salmon side

 

and used the back of his knife , over and over to remove moisture 

 

from the skin side, just a little bit each pass , but he pointed out

 

then the skin was really dry and gave a much crispier result on the palte

 

very easy to do , just something very new to me.

 

so there is quite a bit here

 

but maybe not so much for the asking price.

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