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"Probably the best Rotkraut I've ever made. I served it with Rouladen for a family dinner with 12 guests. Even ones who 'didnt like cabbage' loved it."
Aug 30, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Company Shrimp and Mushroom Pasta
"Fantastic! I made this for my parents and we all absolutely loved it. I used twice the spinach (per moms request) and a little more cheese. Next time I'll use more mushrooms,too. Needless to say, there were NO leftovers! This one will be a 'sunday dinner' for whole family in the near future. Thank you Paula.""
Aug 30, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Simple and Sweet Ham Glaze
"I was recruited to make a ham for an early Easter dinner for 12. This glaze was incredibly easy and was very t..."
Apr 20, 2011 on Food.com
Was raised in NE Fla/ SE Ga. I've always been fascinated with food and cooking scince I was a young boy. I hung around Grandmothers, Aunts, Mom, Dad, Uncles, etc. to learn their ways. I've lived in FL, GA, SC, VA, TX, and for 16 years on the Front Range of Colorado. I drove semi trucks to 48 states and believe me, I rarely ate truck stop food. I searched every town for a restaurant or cuisine I'd never tried. I moved back home to South Georgia in 2009, home of the best shrimp in the world. I like to grow/ pick my own vegetables, fish for my own fish in fresh water and the ocean, and harvest Gods beautiful 4 legged animals for our family's table. I finally got to move to my native Florida in April 2012.
Most of my recipes are French, German or Southern USA so they tend to have lots of butter or some other 'terrible' thing that we shouldn't eat. Eat right,stay away from the diet 'aspertaine' stuff and get some sunshine and you'll be healthy! Garden, go fishing, go hunting...enjoy being the top of the food chain! Thank God for all this awesome food He has laid before you to just take and eat! And above all, have fun in the kitchen...it's just food. No one else cooked today, did they? Enjoy!
Southern, Japanese, German, Seafood, French, Italian, New England, a BBQ freak! My favorite 'fast food' is L&L Hawaiin BBQ. My favorite foods to cook are Modenese pork chops (Italian), and Rinder-rouladen (German). Living in the southeast, you know we fry a lot. I'm most 'famous' for my german food,french food,and any kind of sauce or gravy, and creme brulee. I'm also (finally) learning how to can. My favorite cookbook is the the quintessential cookbook of all time, "Mastering the art of french cooking" by Julia Child. My favorite restaurants are Berlin Cafe in downtown Denver,Co. Singletons seafood in Mayport (Jacksonville) Fl. Gasho of Japan, formerly of Greenwood village, Co. but still (I think) in business up on Long Island, NY, Aunt Catfishes in Pt Orange (Daytona), Fl. Those delicious, greasy cheeseburgers and fresh made shakes from *****'s (rhymes with Ricks, but food.com covers it up) Burgers in Seattle, Wa. And of course, anything Mom my brothers, cousins,or my niece makes