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June 16, 2005



Thanks Clement for your wonderfully written post! Clearly having a thing for sorbets I'm very much intrigued by the Pacojet - although, looking at the price tag...


Great post Clement, as always. Loved the comment on all-nighters spent cooking vs working! I can relate.

Chubby Hubby

I can't believe I have only discovered your blog now. As a macaron addict, it's been fun exploring your posts. Also, great answers to a great meme. I too lust after a pacojet and love adding a little (skim) milk to my bowl of vanilla ice cream.


Hi again Clement, I have been very happy with an industrial digital thermometer(I see they are now sold in catchy colors by Williams Sonoma), Thermapen, from I see they have come out with a even faster thermocouple tip since I purchased mine, albeit even pricier.


i keep coming back to this post and re-reading it because it makes me laugh so hard - the part about the can of pringles after the dessert and tea!!!


Oliver - Many thanks to you and Nicky for creating this wonderful meme! If I manage to acquire a Pacojet someday, I'll send you some sorbet!

Chefdoc - Thanks so much for sending me the meme. I'm glad I'm not the only one pulling kitchen all-nighters. Time just seems to go by so fast, so I don't really mind. Now if I could only find a way to stop yawning and nodding off during the dinner...

Thanks for the thermometer advice. So far I've gone through 1 Polder and 2 Taylors, and I'm currently using a Maverick Remote Cooking Thermometer. I've read that the Thermoworks Thermapens are very fast, accurate, and durable. A bit more expensive, but for the quality, and for a thermocouple thermometer, I think it's well worth the price.

Chubby Hubby - Thanks for visiting. You have a very nice site too; your photos and cooking look wonderful. If you buy a Pacojet someday, perhaps you could let me test drive it for a few days and I'd gladly send you a couple hundred macarons!

Sarah - Thanks; your humour is contagious! Thanks so much for taking part in the meme!


Hi, clement,
I think that food blog is very nice. Various food can evince related culture and tradition. I'm learning many things from them, including yours


Hi Chocopie - I think food blogs are a wonderful way to share a part of our culture and heritage. I really enjoy reading about dishes from other countries, and then trying to make them myself.


Clement, thanks so much again for tagging me - and for helping us better connect in this very rich world we live.


Hi Louisa, thanks so much for taking part. It was fun to learn more about you and your cooking and eating habits. I look forward to reading more about your adventures in the future!

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