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I do get that. My mom still swares by her 1950s ellecteic oven, lol.

I think everyone may have developed their own methods based on how their oven acts.

You're right about the gravy. French isn't the only way to go. Whenever I hear a chef act like they know everything and say other chefs don't I quickly tune them out. Everyone has different tastes. Mom's cooking creates a powerful emotional attachment to flavors too.


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Good thing about rare is you can always get it to temp in a pan. And gravy is subjective, especially if your Italian. Not all go by the freanch culinary institute definitions.


Oh jeezz, you've opened that (tomato) can of worms. [emoticon]

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Sjm9911 wrote:



Good thing about rare is you can always get it to temp in a pan. And gravy is subjective, especially if your Italian. Not all go by the freanch culinary institute definitions.


Oh jeezz, you've opened that (tomato) can of worms. [emoticon]


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Sjm9911 wrote:



Good thing about rare is you can always get it to temp in a pan. And gravy is subjective, especially if your Italian. Not all go by the freanch culinary institute definitions.


Oh jeezz, you've opened that (tomato) can of worms. [emoticon]

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