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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Good luck. The Cook's Country/America's Test Kitchen team has a very good cookbook for beginners. I'd start with that.
    I'm going to look that up on amazon as soon as I do this little thing online for work. They say I'll get a raise if I do it and get a screen printout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Good luck. The Cook's Country/America's Test Kitchen team has a very good cookbook for beginners. I'd start with that.
    I just ordered this. I'll get it in 2 weeks.
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    I made their chili a couple weeks ago; it was amazing.
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    I really like cooking, I get in the zone in the kitchen and I like making up new things. Useless at following recipes though, I see them more as guidelines than rules.

    It'll be a while until I tackle Larousse Gastronomique then.

    Good luck with cooking school!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke O View Post
    I really like cooking, I get in the zone in the kitchen and I like making up new things. Useless at following recipes though, I see them more as guidelines than rules.

    It'll be a while until I tackle Larousse Gastronomique then.

    Good luck with cooking school!
    Cooking is more of a guideline, I'll give you that. Baking is not, it's a science and that's what culinary schools will say too. America's Test Kitchen cookbooks and both Cooks Illustrated and Cooks Country magazines are excellent for anyone, regardless of proficiency. Jamie Oliver's Cook With Jamie is another good one for beginners and The King Arthur Flour Baking Companion (although Baking with Julia is my personal favorite) is another comprehensive book.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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    Good luck! Also, create as much recipes for your cookbook as you can so you can experiment and have others follow your cookbook! :p
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    Title:Is there anything you can do with a sociology degree that doesn't directly deal with people? I'm majoring in sociology and find it really dull and boring and I definitely don't want to work with people, but I'm sticking with sociology because it's free and nothing else looks much better. What is there besides social work. I think I'd really dislike social work.
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    If you are majoring in sociology, ask someone else doing that? You could be an anti-sociologist, lol. Could you stop thread tagging me all the time please. I get all excited at having a notification. Thread tag me if it is about training.

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    Maybe anthropology would be more up your alley.
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    I have a degree in sociology and don't do anything with it

    I throw around and stack heavy things (and sometimes get bossy or drive forklifts)



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