Hello and Thanks To All

Discussion in 'New User Introductions' started by amy83, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. amy83

    amy83

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    Hi Everyone, my name is Amy, and I've been "stalking" the Chef Talk forums for quite some time now. I've always hesitated to register because I was more focused on learning from all the amazing people here then actually posting, especially since my cooking knowledge is fairly limited. Both my mother and grandmother are amazing cooks, and while I always enjoyed their food growing up, I was spoiled to the point that I never fully grasped how good I had it until I moved out and realized what I was missing.  

    I've been able to pick up a few things along the way (I can make a mean pot of steamed rice), but I've just recently started my journey to become a better cook and this has led to me spending more time with my mom and grandmother, as well as accumulating a vast collection of cook books, with my journey ultimately leading me to this website. 

    Other then that, I live in L.A., have a miniature puddle named "Tulip" who is my constant companion, and I love great food, especially "hole in the wall" ethnic cuisine. I'm looking forward to learning more about cooking from all the great people on this forum.

    Amy
     
  2. ishbel

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    Hello and welcome to Cheftalk, Amy.

    Our membership is from around the globe and all levels of culinary ability - so you'll be able to ask questions as you learn more about FOOD!

    The wikis, blogs, articles, reviews - of books and culinary equipment - and photography are all well worth spending time to view.  The photographs alone are a great source of inspiration.

    Feel free to join in on any thread you find interesting, or start your own in the relevant forum.  There are three professional fora which are read-only for those of us who are not currently employed in a culinary capacity, but make for interesting reading!

    Hope to see you around the boards.