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    Adopted Parisian

    Member since Jun 2005

    Chef #222477

    From Bothell, Washington

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    About Me

    My husband and I are pastors who work with college students and young adults and we absolutely love it! The students are my "kids" and constantly teach me new things and keep my life interesting. I have posted many recipes here at their behest. Sometimes I think they just love me 'cause they know that can come over and get a fresh homecooked meal -a great break from their sketchy college cafeteria food!

    I grew up in a beautiful, loud, fun, albeit slightly crazy, Spanish-Italian family where cooking is not just about putting food on the table -it is an art. An intense, passionate art of carefully guarded secret recipes.

    So cooking is in my blood and I enjoy it immensely. I love having dinner parties just so I can whip up fancy new recipes. And the college students are always happy to be my guests!

    Favorite Foods

    I adore Phad Thai, Panang curry, and these little appetizers from a Seattle area Thai restaurant called Emerald Butterflies. They are similar to Crab Rangoon, but so light and delicate!

    I have also been to Paris where they make creme brulee that is heaven on a spoon. You cannot beat fresh baked baguette from a Parisian bakery!

    My family is Italian, and my mom makes a pizza recipe that my great-grandmother brought from Sicily! It is glorious, but sorry, I cannot post it. It is a carefully guarded family secret! I will, however, post others of her recipes. Buon appetite!

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