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    Best Compliment You Have Received For Your Cook

    Two weeks ago I cooked ribs using Meatheads competition recipe for my wife. She took a bite and said "there won't be any leftovers of this". That is about as good as it gets.

    What is the best compliment you have received for your cooking?

    #2
    "Good enough to serve to company."

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      #3
      In my entire life of cookin fer others, I think what I probly hold as among th Very Highest compliments was repeatedly gittin my arse chewed, after takin a (scheduled) day off, an findin out from my Boss that several folks had come by, asked if I was cookin, an then left when they found out nope, I wasn't...an I wasn't allowed no more days off lol... there's some satisfaction, there...

      ¿Casa De Los Huesos, como no?

      Who'da ever guessed; a good cook can make, or break a food joint heehee...???

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        #4
        Is "This tastes like sh**" a compliment? I get that a lot.....

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        • Mr. Bones
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          Bein jus a Gen-You-Wine, Stump-Jumpin, RidgeRunnin, Six-toed Banjo-Pickin Muhzurrah Hillbilly, I ain't that familiar with alla them Social Graces kinda thangs...
          That bein said, I preciate yer question. I'd like to know th very same dang thang.
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; May 9, 2020, 10:22 PM.

        • ComfortablyNumb
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          Mr. Bones Hopefully someone comes along with the answer. Usually they make it sound like a bad thing, and when I say, "I wouldn't know, never ate sh**, so I'll have to trust you have and know." Well, that's when it hits the fan, so to speak....

        • Mr. Bones
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          Way Long back in 1990-91, while I was "vacationin" in th Kuwaiti Theatre of Operations, I wrote a song called The Fan...mebbe I'll share it here, sometime...it was circulated widely, last guesstimate I heared was 750,000 reprints
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; May 10, 2020, 03:20 PM.

        #5
        It's when the vegetarians tell me they had to "try just this once"

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          #6
          My wife makes some amazing biscuits and recently she has gotten a couple "I am gluten intolerant but these are so good I can deal with the side effects" or "I usually eat keto but make an exception for these biscuits".

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            #7
            I do the majority of the cooking, and mostly cook for just the two of us. Usually if it's good the missus will say, "You can make this again." Recently the FIL told her, "Damn that guy can cook!" I usually consider being asked for the recipe a complement. Not sure if I rank any of these as the best I ever got, they all feel good.

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              #8
              The best part of cooking is serving others in my view. So any compliment I receive is always the best.

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                #9
                "I'm prepared to wait 2 hours if I must for my order" I think qualifies as a compliment.

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                  #10
                  Silence and empty plates !!!!
                  with a few moans and groans thrown in

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                    #11
                    My 8 year old son recently mentioned "Dad, Mom's kissing you WAY more since you made her pastrami"

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                      #12
                      My neighbor who has won numerous East coast BBQ competitions said my bacon is better than his 🙂.

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                        #13
                        Brought brisket to a work event and a one of the guys in the military said he’d been all over the US including Texas and he now has to tell his friends that the best brisket was from the mid-Atlantic.

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                          #14
                          “I can fix that.”

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                            #15
                            "Company-worthy", my husband says when he thinks something is truly outstanding.

                            Kathryn

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