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    Gwanny Hill

    Member since Apr 2003

    Chef #81064

    From Charlotte

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    About Me

    I am a retired RN living in Charlotte, NC. My husband died in 2003 on July 4 so my only housemates are my two dogs, FuTu and Little Bit. My 3 children and their families all live within 45 minutes of me. I love to cook, and often send meals out to sick and elderly or families with new babies. I collect cookbooks, have about 500 but still love to check 'ZAAR daily for new ideas and recipes. The cookbook I use most often is called "Recipes and Remembrances" and has 1000 recipes compiled by my Sunday School class from church members--in compiling the recipes, each committee member included their on favorites so that we could use this as our main source for cooking.

    Favorite Foods

    I don't have a favorite THING to cook--enjoy it all. I do tend to cook Southern style but can manage to cut the fats and carbs when cooking for someone who is dieting. Enjoy cooking for crowds--my largest one was 300 women!) and really find that easier than trying to cook just for myself. I enjoy cooking biscuits and have become well-known in the community for making biscuits to serve for guests waiting to get in the doors of our churches annual baazar. I usually make about 500 biscuits, some of which we use for sausage and others for country sausage gravy biscuits

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