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    I'm no Joe V, but I tried

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    SarasotaCook
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 12:08 am
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    Thx Lalaloula and Red, it was actually a glazed tile plate Lala; I wish I was a baker. I do not and then. I'm no comparison to Joe V and others. I do use my bread maker ABM often, and now and then I do make my own. It isn't I can't; I just am so much a cook vs a baker. However, I so appreciate those who can bake. Joe V on here, OMG, I so admire his baking skills; and other that can bake. It is truly an art.

    I stick with the occasional loaf of bread and rolls; and that is my extent when it comes to baking.
    JoeV
    Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:18 am
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    Thx Lalaloula and Red, it was actually a glazed tile plate Lala; I wish I was a baker. I do not and then. I'm no comparison to Joe V and others. I do use my bread maker ABM often, and now and then I do make my own. It isn't I can't; I just am so much a cook vs a baker. However, I so appreciate those who can bake. Joe V on here, OMG, I so admire his baking skills; and other that can bake. It is truly an art.

    I stick with the occasional loaf of bread and rolls; and that is my extent when it comes to baking.
    I read in your profile that you like to teach. One of the first things that teachers teach is positive self-talk. If you THINK you can do something, you WILL be able to do something. What would tell your child if he or she said "It's too hard to learn this. I'm not as good as Jimmy or Suzie. I'm too dumb to be good at this." If you would tell them they are wrong and they can achieve anything they put their mind and heart to, why won't you tell yourself the same thing? When I hear chefs on TV say things like that I want to throw a shoe at the TV. You can bake better looking bread than I do if you just evict the naysayer in your head.
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