Hi May 20th 2013 Nice to meet you:) Thank you for being a friend . I like your videos the music was a nice touch. Thank you for the invite . Hope to hear from you when you have time My class is done till Fall(well I planned to help with the chef's herbs/garden and other projects at the school.) take care
Thanks for the invite Vaughn . I have been in the industry my entire adult life and am just now looking into private chef work . Maybe you can help me somehow . I would like to chat with some time . It looks like you have some experience in this area. I look forward to hearing from you . WE my have a lot in common . Nice to hear from you
Hey, how's it going Vaughn. Pleasure to meet you. Beginner culinary student here working my butt off to catch up with those who have been cooking their entire lives lol. Though I've worked in the food industry since my very first job I hadn't really thought of cooking as a profession until a year or 2 ago. Though it's a lot of hard work I'm really enjoying it and love the power of creativity that goes along with it. Here's hoping passion can overrule god-given talent! Again, nice to meet you.
Vaughn... good to meet you!... I am now at my computer and can understand what and where I am typing... (smile) communication before was on my phone (to much hitec...) not sure if you rec'd my last message consisting of TV channel... take care, and while you are creating some wonderful dish please take a taste for me, Love Cheryl
Nice to meet you Vaughn! You have a great resume and I am sure some killer recipes! I have not done much Cajun as I see you spent time in New Orleans, but I make a killer bowl of Yakamein! You know what that is? Not a lot of folks do but it is a local fave! Thanks for the friend invite, gladly accepted!
Thank you for your invitation...I am happy to be your friend ..haha
I visited your website - nicely done and interesting to read !! As Jennifer said " I like your Story " very interesting journey...congratulations !!
When I retired from the hospitality Industry - I started my own company " cooking With Panache " ( my bio is on my website ) now I changed my company " CWP Enterprises " I have a line of products manufactured for me, for the Home & Garden - however, my main item is my CWP Ultimate Knife Sharpener, as you know when you are a chef selling or recommending kitchen products.... people listen to you ....:-)Look at my site ( I created myself... it is not a gold medal creation... but I have no IT skills.....nothing !!! www.worldsbestsharpener.com
Hi Vaughn, I like your story. I wish mine was as interesting. I didn't start cooking until I met my husband 10 years ago and needed to learn fast. So one of my roommates who cooked really well bought me a Cooking For Dummies book...half joking. It worked and I learned some basic techniques. Then I started watching food network and really learned to cook but only from recipes. I'm now taking it to a new level and taking the plunge with culinary school. My husband is very supportive and although it's only been 2 weeks since I started I love it!! And reading stories like yours reinforces my decision to pursue my culinary dreams.
I am glad we are "friends" Vaughn, I love what you've done with your life. You are truly an inspiration! Your traveling culinarist idea is pure genious! As I'm sure you have discovered. I have a friend who has been a chef for 37 years currently living in Louisianna. He is in love with the culture, and why not? He grew up there. I am from Connecticut, he and I worked together for 11 years. I wish i could travel like the lot of you have... maybe someday. For now I would be happy going back to school, always something new to learn and add to my culinary career. Good luck to you and take care!