Howdy from Kentucky!

Discussion in 'New User Introductions' started by granny smith, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. granny smith

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    I just found this forum from a link on another site. I am not a professional chef, just a home cook who likes to learn and that's why I joined. I doubt I'll have much to contribute, but you never know.
     
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    Welcome to Cheftalk. Enjoy your stay. Don't worry about how much you can contribute, every little bit of info helps. See ya round the forum.
     
  3. kyheirloomer

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    Welcome, Granny Smith.

    That makes three or four of us from the Bluegrass state. I reckon we've got 'em surrounded now. /img/vbsmilies/smilies/wink.gif

    We're are you actually located? I'm in Madison Cty., where the Bluegrass meets the mountains.
     
  4. granny smith

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    KYHeirloomer, you're not too far from me. I'm in Menifee county, the land of no good restaurants and the ones we have close at 3pm (I'm not kidding).
     
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    We all have something to share so please contribute. Welcome and thanks for joining ChefTalk
     
  6. kyheirloomer

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    I'm in Menifee county, the land of no good restaurants

    Mebbe so, Granny. But you've got those mountains; and Cave Run Lake in your backyard. Worth the trade-off, IMO. And the fleshpots of Lexington aren't all that far away. /img/vbsmilies/smilies/wink.gif
     
  7. granny smith

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    I hardly ever go to Cave Run and never go to Lexington. (I get lost) I have 65 acres and 2 stocked ponds, so I fish here and I can cook just about anything I'd eat out. I'm seriously considering opening a restaurant here, since there are no good restaurants within 50 miles. There's one for sale. I've been working on my menu.