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    Carly Anna

    Member since May 2007

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    About Me

    Why do they always have to have an about me section. I never know what to put. Well I am an insurance agent representing AFLAC> I love to cook. Everywhere I travel I try and meet people who are willing to teach me the traditional ways to cook there types of food. I spend 8 months with my ex's mother to learn to cook Mexican food traditionally. Went to California and learned some of the different cultures over there. But mainly my favorite was Sicily, Italy. Where I learned some of the traditional pasta's over there, That are nothing like the pasta's we make today here in the US. I miss it very much and wish I had more time there to learn more of the tradition that I so despratly miss. But I am hoping to get in contact with some of my itlian friends and go for a long visit some day. Well there yah have it. A long boring list of things along the lines of cooking. LOL.

    Favorite Foods

    salads and italian pastas. OH and by the way....Salads are served at the end of the meal in Italy. Not as a pre meal. The Pre meals are usually a cold eggplant mixture or a cheese and vegetable mixture. Then your pasta's(usually 2 small portions) then your meal (the meats, ex, fish, beef, horse)then your salad. then your dessert and also your cafe at the end. Lunch would usually take about 2-4 hours to eat. Loved it. Would love to move back and live there the rest of my life.

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