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Wow, that's a tough question. I think I'm going to go with Alton Brown's two Good Eats books (haven't picked up the 3rd yet) because they're the most useful overall.
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2011 on Volt ink. at IDEAS IN FOOD
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I love Ms. Allen's work and food and didn't know about this book so thank you very much. Huge thanks.
Toggle Commented Jul 9, 2010 on Forgotten Skills of Cooking at IDEAS IN FOOD
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This is a great, and exciting, idea! I'm going to check it out. Thanks.
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Wow. Yes, Emma's story is completely heartwarming and inspirational. Jared's flowchart completely rocks. I found that a little inspiring too. The whole thing was really great. Thank you.
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2009 on BLT From Scratch: The Winners! at ruhlman.com
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Too true. I find that when I start a trip, especially to somewhere I've never been and I'm excited about, that I have to relearn to be discerning. If I average 200 photos on day one, 25% are really something I should have made, and by day 10 I'd be making 50 keepers. With digital I'm getting better at controlling this to keep the editing time down afterward.
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2009 on When Less Is Not More at ruhlman.com
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I did a starter with grapes once and didn't love it, but the cumin idea sounds very interesting. Thanks.
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2009 on Simple Sourdough Starter at ruhlman.com
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This whole thing made me a little sad too. I'm sad you're sad Michael, but mostly I'm sad you're sad because it wasn't a terrible experience. I suppose there's something to be said for American ingenuity in there, I just wish it wasn't spent on The Factory.
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It happens. Somehow many of us end up in circles (bubbles) that seem impossible. I'll mention something that I've seen online EVERYWHERE to my wife and she won't know what post/video/photo I'm talking about. My brother works in entertainment and I'll mention a movie that to me seems like it's been marketed to hell and back and he won't know what I'm talking about. I know it's happened to me many a times. I don't think we'll ever figure out how things show up on various people's radars, but all the more reason to constantly be sharing your message. Thanks.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2009 on WINCE! Ratio Errata at ruhlman.com
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Thanks for the posts from the symposium. There was some interesting viewpoints and information, and a bunch of links here that I have to check out. Good luck with the schloss. It is something I, as a self-employed person who'd also have to cut his throat at a job, struggle with occasionally. I wish it weren't so, but it beats working!
Toggle Commented May 16, 2009 on Notes from The Greenbrier—New Media at ruhlman.com
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I think that comment by Mr. Leblond is very interesting. I'd like to hear more thoughts on that. Thanks.
Toggle Commented May 11, 2009 on A Measure of Food Writing at ruhlman.com
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