[nabs-l] on no-cook cooking

bookwormahb at earthlink.net bookwormahb at earthlink.net
Sun Jul 24 03:45:25 UTC 2011

Exactly! I was trying to say that. Without taking a class or talking to 
anyone who has, some jumped over Hadley's message
as if it was negative.  The announcement clearly stated that it was summer 
and aimed toward quick simple and no cook cooking.
Such shows on tv exist for sighted people as well. Because we can't see 
those, Hadley thought it would be a nice thing to do a seminar about non 
cooking to its blind audience.

Now if you heard the seminar live or the archive, how was it?

-----Original Message----- 
From: Annemarie Cooke
Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2011 9:16 PM
To: nabs-l at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nabs-l] on no-cook cooking

Dear List: I read with interest all the messages about the recent Hadley 
seminar on no-cook cooking. Rather than considering it a challenge to my 
cooking abilities as a blind person who graduated culinary school in 2009, I 
was thinking about the fact it hit 106 degrees in New Jersey's largest city 
yesterday. The city is about 25 miles from where I live in NJ  where the 
thermometer came close to 100 degrees. Tthe thought of being able to prepare 
a couple of meals without using the stove or oven on days like we've had 
here (and you have too, quite likely) seems reasonable andintriguing. I have 
taken seminars with Hadley in the past and found them to be well-grounded 
and useful to me.

Just another perspective from the broiling-hot East Coast!

Annemarie Cooke
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