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    Member since Jun 2010

    Chef #1637186

    From Canada

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    About Me

    My main interest is my love of wood. I do a lot of woodworking mostly on the scroll saw. In my younger years I would tackle most anything, large or small. I even made my own bedroom set and a cedar chest to match in African Mahogany, from scratch... no plans.

    Now that I am in my twilight years I have to settle on the smaller projects. I have taught myself the intricasies of scroll saw cutting with a lot of help from information that I have gleaned off the Internet.

    I like to dabble in creating my own recipes for things that I could not find on the Internet. Most of the things that I have made are either good or terrible. Fortunately modst of the cooking I have tried is in the 'good' range.


    Favorite Foods

    My favorite dish to cook is 'Texas Style Chile'...I make a mean batch that needs a fire extinguisher close at hand. I don't add beans to my Chili....they just get in the way. I grind my own chilis to make sure that I get the ingredients that I want.

    I've been developing 2 recipes over the last 10 years that I'm sure would be winners. One is 'fire hot' and the other is refined with not as much 'heat'.

    The other dish I enjoy making is 'French Canadian Pea Soup'. I have yet to find a recipe that is true to the word. Most are watered down and not very thick. My grandmother made a soup that you could stand a spoon in...that's what I'm looking for.

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