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Ask the Chef Episode 29: For You to Answer!

Spices from Gujarat

Hello again everybody! Today’s question will be short and sweet – and it will come from me.

As you all know, I went into a kind of radio silence when I buckled down to look for work. The situation got a little tight with cash flow, so I needed to concentrate 100% on getting the employment I needed to make a contribution to my household. Phew! That was a tough month, that’s for sure.

I am happy to report that I am gainfully employed, and the last 5 weeks have been spent in intense training. That said, my baby here has never been far from my mind. My Evernote account is overflowing with ideas on posts, recipes, and tutorials.

That brings me to the meat of the day – my question to you, dear readers.

What is it that you want to see me cover?

I know that it is a very general question. I know that I have a lot to offer you – but I don’t know where you would like me to go.

So, dear reader. Let me know in the comments, or even contact me on my Ask the Chef page. I will listen and respond to all questions and comments that I get.

I am here for you, so tell me what you want to see!

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  • Patrick Sandberg

    There are plenty of recipe sites around the web. What I really want to know more about are skills-the use of different tools and utensils in food prep.

  • http://welldonechef.com Jason Sandeman

    @Patrick – thank you for commenting. +1 for techniques and equipment then!

  • JLG

    @WDC I started following you because you posted about “real food”. i.e. eating local, naturally raised, sustainable foods. Not eatig processed junk. I would like you to cover the local food scene and the benefits of eating natural local foods. You know I mean naturally raised animals and vegetables, not the supplement B.S. sold at the health food store.

    I also enjoyed your rants. Seeing your passion made you more credible and entertaining.

    How long is your commute to work? I would love to see you go back to video posts or a podcast style.

  • JimM

    I would have to agree with Patrick, there are plenty of recipe sites out these, what I look for is how to’s. Proper use of utensils and what to look for when buying them, how to pick ingredients, etc.