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Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by cape chef, Dec 4, 2000.

  1. cape chef

    cape chef

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    Fyi I spent some time today checking out some food related sites with the ability to post your Questions etc., A number of these pages are very well known and followed by many,many people world wide. For the most part they we're not really user friendly and to be honest with you if you need your shoes repaired (shoe makers) check out some related sites. See you when you return
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  2. shroomgirl

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    huh? SHOE MAKERS?
     
  3. cape chef

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    Shroomgirl, Have you never heard of that expression
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  4. shroomgirl

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    NOPE
     
  5. isa

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    In French we say: Les cordonniers sont les plus mal chausses. Meaning, the shoemakers have the worse shoes.
     
  6. momoreg

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    Shoemakers sort of means amateurs, or people who don't quite know what they're doing. No offense to people who do make shoes...
     
  7. isa

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    Marye,

    Never heard the one about the son of the shoemaker being born a prince. The only shoemaker proverb is the one I mentioned. I checked the dictionary pink's page and didn't see anything else either. But I could be wrong.
     
  8. isa

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    Marye,

    I see by your answer that you must have somewhere a touch of french blood. [​IMG]
     
  9. live_to_cook

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    Not to deflect attention from the Great Shoemaker Riddle, but ... was the original point that Cheftalk has the most useful board?

    I mean, not to butter anybody up but that's why I hang around here. Plus learning French aphorisms, etc.

    If there's a better cooking questions board I'd like to hear about it.

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    [This message has been edited by Live_to_cook (edited 12-04-2000).]