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Past 12 years living and working in Guangzhou city China


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Wonderful photos thanks for sharing.
Gi into Facebook and join ChefTalk. I think you'll find more of what you're looking for that old School is still in session......Take care.......Bill
Hey Phaedrus, I recall some years ago you mentioned seeing BDL on some blog site called something like Barista. com , but that doesn't seemed to be the right site. What was the actual name please. Thanks

Hi All,
Searching for ideas on how to do a salad bar during these Covid 19 times,
I am at a small Yacht club so it's private members only .i would like to get creative with bringing back the salad bar and ideas from others on what they might be implementing would be great .
So far thinking about pre packaging and self serve but then there is the cost. and waste of containers .
thomas fontaine
Hello Beekeeper ;-)
Is this a useful idea: make all kinds of small bowls with toppings that diners can put together to suit their mood?
Kinds of bento, with a base of bowls or jars (jam jars type) which contain elements (greenery, starches, proteins, nuts, sauce, ...)
Cief Lonwind of the North
Cief Lonwind of the North
Leafy greens, disposable bowls, oiled Begg, bacon bits, sesame seeds, sliced olives, pickles, etc., put into 1/4 cup paper, or plastic bowls. Salad dressings, put into e ketchup cups. Dice proteins into single serve cups.. And don't forget the pasta, and potato salads, again in single serve containers. Cold beans, kidney beans, , deserts, single serve.

Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
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