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Reviewed Bread Machine Brioche
"I was like a few of you - hesitant about the amount of flour (I mean - who writes 1 3/4 flour and then 2 tablespoons of flour?). I went along with it - hoping the ingredients listed in the way they were would be alright. Well, I'm happy to say - the loaf looks amazing. It's abit dark looking despite going the light brown setting route - but I th..."
Nov 19, 2012 on Food.com
I was never allowed to cook at home. My Mum was afraid I'd make a mess (she's sort of right there <lol>). I moved out on my own at 18 - and I had to learn how to cook - due to lack of money - and also I'm a Type 1 diabetic since I was a wee thing - so eating healthy is very important to me.
I didn't blossom into a good cook until about 10 years later - when I realised beer and wine COULD be put into food and not just my body. I've never looked back since then.
I work as a diabetic mentor - and help folks with diabetes all over the world. I love to experiment with cooking - trying my own recipes - adapting ones I find (of course giving credit to the cook always) - I just love to share my love of good food - that is not mass prepared.
You can find my scribbles at Diabetes1.org - as well as on Facebook/Twitter. You name it - where ever a diabetic needs assistance in both cooking / health / humour area - I'm there - with my skin tight suit on (it's really getting tight - darn menopause weight gain).
Here's to good cooking!!!