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    About Me

    I love food and love to cook, thanks to my mother who loved to cook and taught me to appreciate it. What a gift!

    But I went farther than that and love to explore food from all over the world. I have so many condiments and spices that my huge lazy susan is tipping over and I have spices etc in the back closet by the garage and in the basement.

    My husband is Iranian. We both cook Iranian food, and Afghan food too as our adopted "family" here is Afghan.

    I recently learned some great Ghanaian dishes from friends from there. And great Calabrese recipes from my closest friend.

    I also design jewelry with the same passion that I cook.

    Favorite Foods

    I love so many things. I had "bit di giate" ( a phonetic translation of Calabrese fritters) for breakfast, Korean spinach and goat cheese for lunch, and for supper a chicken soup I created based on some Iranian soup recipes. It contained chicken thighs, barley, onions, garlic, turmeric, advieh (Iranian "curry" spice), parsley, carrots, celery, lime juice and S&P. We ate spinach salad with goat cheese, cherry tomatoes and walnuts, flour burritos and afghan bread with it.

    Except for the burritos and Afghan bread this was all homemade from recipes from friends or relatives or created by one of us.

    We typically eat this way... with food from all over the world incorporated in our daily meals. As much as possible our food is made from fresh, organic ingredients.

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