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  • Tommy
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    Owch Paddy - Maybe you mean you would like someone else send in a recipe of their own, but if your comment is based only on the fact you don't like Karl's cooking articles, then don't read them. Especially online when you actually have to make the effort to find the article and click on it! The Telegram has a bird watching columnist, but I'm not a bird watcher. I don't go out of my way to find his article, click on it and then insult him by saying he's wasting my time! Go read something else.

  • Pamela
    July 02, 2010 - 13:20

    I'm not tired of Karl's publications at all! I look forward to his reviews each week and I find them to be very informative...tried a nice few meals I probably wouldn't have thanks to these reviews capturing my attention!

  • Blair
    July 02, 2010 - 13:13

    I think these recipes suit the times. Nobody needs to eat bad when times are tough. Next week, you should include some recipes on preparing offal and organ meats. Or, maybe should head to the old age homes and get the ladies to teach you some recession recipes. My grandmother's skilly is one of my favorite comfort foods.

  • Paddy
    July 02, 2010 - 13:09

    Is anyone else as tired of karl Wells and his cooking as I am?

  • Noonan
    July 02, 2010 - 13:09

    I get rather tired of Karl's articles as well. Do we need an entire article about braising? All of this is available in any cookbook. I think Karl is trying to portray himself as a culinary expert when he's not. I'm not sure why the city has accepted the former weather man as the expert in restaurants in St. John's. He might be the first gay man that the more traditional elements of NL society have accepted, but how does that qualify him as a resident expert on cooking or restaurants. The guy didn't even even cook for himself until he was in his 20's. What a joke.

    This city needs someone with some actual culinary background to write articles like this.

    I really don't care what Karl thinks or what restaurants he likes.

  • Tommy
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    Owch Paddy - Maybe you mean you would like someone else send in a recipe of their own, but if your comment is based only on the fact you don't like Karl's cooking articles, then don't read them. Especially online when you actually have to make the effort to find the article and click on it! The Telegram has a bird watching columnist, but I'm not a bird watcher. I don't go out of my way to find his article, click on it and then insult him by saying he's wasting my time! Go read something else.

  • Pamela
    July 01, 2010 - 20:02

    I'm not tired of Karl's publications at all! I look forward to his reviews each week and I find them to be very informative...tried a nice few meals I probably wouldn't have thanks to these reviews capturing my attention!

  • Blair
    July 01, 2010 - 19:50

    I think these recipes suit the times. Nobody needs to eat bad when times are tough. Next week, you should include some recipes on preparing offal and organ meats. Or, maybe should head to the old age homes and get the ladies to teach you some recession recipes. My grandmother's skilly is one of my favorite comfort foods.

  • Paddy
    July 01, 2010 - 19:44

    Is anyone else as tired of karl Wells and his cooking as I am?

  • Noonan
    July 01, 2010 - 19:44

    I get rather tired of Karl's articles as well. Do we need an entire article about braising? All of this is available in any cookbook. I think Karl is trying to portray himself as a culinary expert when he's not. I'm not sure why the city has accepted the former weather man as the expert in restaurants in St. John's. He might be the first gay man that the more traditional elements of NL society have accepted, but how does that qualify him as a resident expert on cooking or restaurants. The guy didn't even even cook for himself until he was in his 20's. What a joke.

    This city needs someone with some actual culinary background to write articles like this.

    I really don't care what Karl thinks or what restaurants he likes.