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    "Big Shug"

    Member since Jan 2007

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    About Me

    I learned to cook and an early age from Mom and "The Grandma's". I have always loved to cook. My favorite cook would have to be Paula Dean. Then followed by Rachael Ray and Emeril. I went to college on a football scholarship and still love to eat. I am more of a pinch of this and a dash of that kind of cook. I pobably would have went to cullinary school except for I have no desire and never will to cook all of that "pretty, fufu" food if you will. So yeah, pretty much everything I cook requires a stick of butter to start.

    Favorite Foods

    I pretty much like everthing with the exception of spinach and blood sausage. Other than that, I am pretty wide open and will try most anything once. I love to learn different ways to prepare different foods. I love to cook stick to your ribs type foods. I guess the dish that I am most famous for is Cream of Chicken Rice Soup.I dont really have a favorite restaurant per say because I am constantly in the mood for something different. I will say that the best restaurant that I have ever eaten at is "The Mansion on Turtle Hill Restaurant" in Dallas Texas. If you ever feel like splurging and have the chance I highly recommend it as well as the hotel.

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