Baptise in butter is the term in my kitchen
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In French this is called arroser (that being the infinitive form of the verb). It literally means to spray or to water, but can also be used as "to drink to" oddly enough.
"There's more to cooking than opening a can, CAN I SAY THAT CHEF?!"
There is a term that I can't remember the spelling but is pronounced "P'wah lay"
It's the cool thing that chefs do to make them cool looking. There is no other reason. Except they saw it on TV.
Sorry I have little respect for most of the DBs that call themselves cooks these days.
Yep I said that. Grow a pair.
Hell yeah it is. (Yep, I got a buzz on) These tattoo'd beard wearing light weights can talk to me in 20 years.
Good stuff. It is cool looking. And a great way to get your sleeve tattoo into the close up action shot.
Kids these days. I tell ya. With the hair and the cloths. Don't get me started on that hippity hoppity music they're listening to anymore.
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