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    Chef Spice

    Member since Jul 2006

    Chef #338080

    From United States

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    About Me

    I Baked the above "Horn of Plenty" for Thanksgiving 1992. Stuffed it with all types of fruit. It was a big hit.

    I don't have a favorite cookbook. I have not found one yet that comes up to my standards. They either want you to spend a fortune to make a good dish or if they do have inexpensive recipes, they don't know squat about what's really good. Most are standard or generic recipes that barely pass the snuff.

    If you wonder why I don't post recipes, its because I'm a pinch here, dash there type of person. I don't measure. I grew up in an environment of cooks that cook that way. If I ever slow down long enough to measure what I do, I'll post. But I won't guarantee it will turn out to be as good as what I make because I'm a taste tester. I put in what I think would taste good, then I test taste it as I bake or cook. Cookie dough hmmm. Too bad I didn't think of Cookie dough icecream first. Ha ha ha ha.

    s far as what I love to do, I use to love going camping hiking and horseback riding, but my bad knees just won't allow that anymore. I miss it terribly.

    For work, I'm a researcher.

    My passion is singing.


    My biggest pet peeve is a liar. And unfortunately there are a lot of them out there.

    My second pet peeve is a person who starts trouble and then pretends they are innocent victims and are very clever in doing so. Either they are oblivious to what they are doing and are that cold hearted by nature, or they just love to hurt people to make themselves feel big and thus cold hearted on purpose, either way although there are few of those out there, they tend to do damage as if they are many. How sad. These people consider themselves popular because they attract like minds. But they will never be able to truly trust their friends, although I'm sure they tell themselves they can simply because they need to feel they can.

    My third pet peeve is a person who is picky about what they eat to the extreme. These people usually live on junk food and eat little of anything else.


    Favorite Foods

    My favorite dish to cook is Manicotti. Which is also my most notable dish.

    My second most notable dish is slaw.

    I don't have a favorite restaurant. I love anything Mexican or Italian. Though I find fewer good Italian restaurants than Mexican. I've so many people brag about a restaurant in a near by town that specializes in spaghetti. I tried it and was solely disappointed.

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