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    Chef #1097350

    Member since Dec 2008

    Chef #1097350

    From Conifer, Colorado

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    About Me

    I've eaten all over the world: Malaysia, Mexico, Germany, France, Spain, GB (England, Wales and Scotland and US. I also, as a young woman, took cooking lessons from a woman from India (informal, we just spent time cooking together). I'm always looking for that different ingredient, spice or method that will add to my skills. That is probably why my favorite restaurant is a little place called Sansone's Bistro. Robert Sansone, the chef, has an eclectic repetoir that one could probably call fusion. I'm always trying to figure out his combinations(by taste) and trying them out at home. My poor husband says he hasn't had the samething twice since we've been married. Which is now 41 years. At least he hasn't been bored!

    Favorite Foods

    My favorite dish to cook is the next dish I'm working on (either in my head or in the kitchen). I have a hard time leaving recipes alone.

    My favorite dish to serve is a holiday dish called Angel Pudding, an uber-rich combination of dates, nuts, whipped cream and marshmallows. It's a Thanksgiving and Christmas treat that has been handed down in our family from my Great-Grandma Summy (maybe even further back than that). I love to see what happens when people say "Well, I'll just try a bite." Like Lays Potato Chips, one bite is never enough.

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