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I love canned corned beef hash.

I can handle one can a month, and it's so delicious until right up towards the end, I start thinking of dog food, and can't finish it. Doesn't help that it does indeed, smell like dog food! But cake...well, I prefer mine. 

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post #77 of 117
It always reminds me of dog food lol. I like when my grandma makes it, she cooks it til the pink turns a really deep red/Brown. And serves it with steak sauce
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post #78 of 117
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 ...but you have no right to wag your little finger and drop these stupid photos on us like we're little kids with no manners......

 

Sorry, in what size would you like that shoe??????

post #79 of 117
Maybe someone drew on the cake with a pencil.
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Sorry, in what size would you like that shoe??????
Biggest one you got! Now go be a crab somewhere else!
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It always reminds me of dog food lol. I like when my grandma makes it, she cooks it til the pink turns a really deep red/Brown. And serves it with steak sauce
I just nuke mine. Grossest possible way to "cook" it, I suppose.icon_biggrin.gif
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My best friend ask me two week a ago a cake full of roses for the next day. I Know she does not have Any money si I did not charge her. So it to ok me 6hours for the roses. I decided to make a Betty Croker cake cause I was in a hurry. What I did not Knew was That her guests was a chief Whois Had a big restaurant in Montréal. She called me the next day to tell me That he said That it was the best cake he ever ate. Could not believed my ears!!,


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Say what now?

I would imagine that perhaps the poster's first language is not English.

 

Her friend asked her, with just one day's notice, to make a cake covered in roses . 

 

Because the roses alone took 6 hrs., and the friend didn't have a lot of money to pay for the cake, the poster chose to use a box mix by Betty Crocker for the cake itself (this being quicker and less expensive). 

 

What the poster didn't know was that one of the guests at the party was a prominent restaurant owner/chef from Montreal (an educated palate???) and that he said that it was the best cake he'd ever eaten.

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Originally Posted by maybenot View Post

I would imagine that perhaps the poster's first language is not English.

 

Her friend asked her, with just one day's notice, to make a cake covered in roses . 

 

Because the roses alone took 6 hrs., and the friend didn't have a lot of money to pay for the cake, the poster chose to use a box mix by Betty Crocker for the cake itself (this being quicker and less expensive). 

 

What the poster didn't know was that one of the guests at the party was a prominent restaurant owner/chef from Montreal (an educated palate???) and that he said that it was the best cake he'd ever eaten.


That's exactly how I read it.

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Maybenot

You are exactly right . My main language is french and what you explained is exactly what I wanted to say. I dont know what I did say that was wrong.
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Originally Posted by jezsie52 View Post

Maybenot

You are exactly right . My main language is french and what you explained is exactly what I wanted to say. I dont know what I did say that was wrong.

 

Bonjour!

 

Il n'ya pas de problème. L'explication que vous avez donnée était très bien - j'ai juste clarifié un peu.

 

Pardonnez mon français rouillé - il a été de nombreuses années, depuis mes classes au lycée.

 

Votre anglais est bien meilleur que mon français!

post #87 of 117
Maybenot


Your french is awsome. You should practice more often because you are very good
post #88 of 117

That is like the taste test one of the food companies conducted. They gave a group of professional chefs baked goods, some with real vanilla and some with imitation vanilla. The group was quite embarrassed when they learned that all of them had picked the imitation vanilla items. What you are used to, your prejudices, and your expectations make a large impact on what you like. You could have the most delicious cake ever, and there would be people who wouldn't like it. And, you could have the most vile cake and there would be people who love it. As long as I can eat what I like, and most of my customers are happy, why should I care what anyone else eats?

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No I understood your post jezsie, I was saying say what now to the betty crocker cake and the chef of the restaurant, really? He must not be a very good chef to think that was the best cake he'd ever tasted. No offence to you at all but it's a box mix and he's supposed to be a chef. That's like a chef saying a lasagne made with Dolmio jar sauce was the best he ever tasted.

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post #90 of 117
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Originally Posted by Carrie789 View Post

And, you could have the most vile cake and there would be people who love it.

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