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    BassetmamaX2

    Member since Jul 2002

    Chef #49556

    From Moline

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    About Me

    I'm a mother of a 13-year-old and married for 19.5 years. I love to cook, even though I'm not very good at it. I'm on my third round of dialysis after my third kidney transplant called it quits after 8.5 years (I lost my kidneys, due to strep, when I was 16). I love all of the fine arts (theatre, painting, sculpting, music, dancing, drawing), writing fiction, archaeology (bachelor's degree), Basset Hounds (I have 2, my boys), gardening, and sports of all sorts. I'm sure there's more, I just can't think of any more right now.

    Favorite Foods

    I don't really have a specific dish. I like to try different foods. My preference in cooking truely lies in baking pastries and confections. I like baking for others. Giving cakes and cookies to my daughter's class just because or donating them for fund-raisers.
    As for my favorite restaurant, it's really more of a take-out place. It's Jim's Ribs in Rock Island, IL. They have, hands down, the BEST ribs, period.
    The dish I'm famous for in my family would have to be my lasagne. I make my sauce from scratch. It takes nearly all day to make. I add my spices and let it simmer down, then add water and repeat the process for about 4 hours or so. Whenever we have a potluck, everyone insists I make my lasagne. I have to use my Corningware roaster (10" x 16" approx.) and that's not always big enough. I guess that's it. TTFN

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