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John Besh's Family Table Premiers on April 6th



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MeridianDog
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re: John Besh's Family Table Premiers on April 6th


Hi GG
Should I go erase the photo recipes I posted on the recipe thread?
Seems to have upset Stadium Rat






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no.
Don't we make the thread into a pdf after a while?

The images make those cookbooks so much better.

I can put up the AZW (amazon) and MOBI (Barnes and Nobels) versions of the last book if anyone wants them.

SR just has his thing going right now, which I support, just it should be separate.






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If you don't delete them make them smaller.

I don't think they belong in the thread.



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Gris Gris
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No need to remove them. We've never had pics transferred to the Recipe Book when it's updated. My suggestion, though, is that you write up the recipe with measurements etc... in recipe form which is what I meant when I requested you put it in there. I don't think there were measurements for everything, but it's hard to follow with the steps under the pics. That's too tedious for Wink to copy and paste into the book. Leave what you have up, but add the recipe in recipe form so it can be copied and pasted by Wink in the book and by those who want to save a copy themselves. If you don't get what I'm saying, let me know!





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thanks for the reminder







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I just set up the series to tape it. I loved his other series.





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Hat Tricks
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Did anybody watch this show over the weekend? I forgot all about it but wanted to tune in.





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he did a black eyed pea salad with pepper jelly, pecan oil, shallots, red onions, chives, etc.

also did fried catfish with a jalepeno tartar sauce






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That black eyed pea salad sounds great.

So was the show presented well or pretty much like any other cooking show?






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quote:

So was the show presented well or pretty much like any other cooking show?
dont believe that i understand the direction of your question






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quote:

dont believe that i understand the direction of your question


Was there anything unique about his new show or did it pretty much seem like any other cooking show on tv?






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It's a cooking show, but I enjoyed it. Watched my tape yesterday. Tartar sauce looked good. I love tartar sauce, though.

I liked his slaw recipe and the black eyed peas. I have the book, but I haven't looked up anything.

He said to avoid having onions cause tears, he keeps his knife blade wet when he chops the onion. I'll try that.






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