Yes, Brooklyn is still part of New York City

Discussion in 'New User Introductions' started by theaterman, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. theaterman

    theaterman

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    Currrently from Brooklyn. I've been battling kitchens for odd 50 years, having 'catered my way' through school in the 70's - selling to home, academic, and gourmet outlets. The personal recipe file goes back decades, but is constantly edited and updated with every use. New ideas for recipes tend to come from interviewing ethnic friends (Swedish breads, Russian pot roasts, French pastries, etc.) Also compulsively scientific - running tests on acidity effects on food colorants, pan weight effects on baking, and so forth. Pretty good at most cakes, quite a few original cookies, and always looking to learn new techniques.
     
  2. chefedb

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    Welcome from a fellow Brooklynite(I was there when the Dodgers were .
     
  3. nicko

    nicko Founder of Cheftalk.com Staff Member

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    Welcome sounds like you have some excellent real world experience. Glad to have you.
     
  4. chefross

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    Grew up in Queens...been forty years though....and I'm sure that place has changed.  Brooklyn Dodgers? I remember them!!!