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nicko

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Thank you very much Harold for spending your time with us this week I personally learned so much reading all of the posts and your thoughtful replies.

Again thanks.


Please join me everyone in thank Harold for spending a week with us.
 

kuan

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Yes, thank you very much! We sure appreciate your time and knowledge.
 
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Harold:

You are awesome. I hope you can visit us again.

Thank you for all your time and knowledge.

I hope you know how much you are appreciated.

Mark
 
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Harold,
This is a very nice thing you have done. Thank You soo much.
Numerous times I turned on my computer with the intentions of posting a question. I got so interested in your responces to other posts I usually forgot. Thanks again,
Panini
 
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Even thought the time is up, I'm sure none of us would be offended if you dropped by every now and again.

And IMO On food and cooking is one of the most useful books ever written.
 

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Great having you. I was looking forward to a few more days. That was a very fast week.

Great answers and the book contains such insight.

Phil
 
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It really was good of you to spend so much time with us. I hope you won't be a stranger here even with your busy schedule.
Thank you for your thoughts and insights and I wish you the best of luck with the "new" book and a safe and happy Holiday season and year to come.
 
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Allow me to echo everyone else's thoughts--thank you for spending time here answering our questions! I hope that you stop in from time to time. And your website is also an excellent source of info!

Praties
 
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Harold-
I didn't have a particular question during your participation, but I found all the questions and your answers very interesting and informative.

Thank you for your contribution. I hope you might do it again in the future.

I'm asking Santa for a non-contact thermometer for my big Christmas present based on one of the questions and your discussion of its uses.

Your book is also on my stocking-stuffer list.

Thanks again, and please visit us again!

Mike :smiles:
 
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My Mother gave me the revised edition for Christmas last year. She'll be hard put to outdo herself this year. Many thanks for spending the week with us; although I've been too busy to participate, it's made for some fascinating reading.
 

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It has certainly been a wonderfully educating week here on Cheftalk, thanks to you Mr. McGee. I know all of us here truly appreciate all the time and effort you put into your week here and on behalf of all of us, many, many thanks. And please, feel free to drop in on Cheftalk, anytime you have a spare moment or 2. I know we all would love to hear from you again.
 
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Thank you so much for all you taught us this past week! And now I can hardly wait to see what you write about taste, and then the update of Curious Cook.
 
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As a home cook I've enjoyed reading the threads very much. Not having had professional training, it's great to understand why things work the way they do; the boost to my confidence is invaluable. Many thanks for your visit! I hope we see you here when life permits.

Mezzaluna
 
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