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    Member since Apr 2003

    Chef #80730

    From Sallem, Oregon

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    About Me

    Am pretty much a free spirited woman, a senior citizen. I've traveled quite a lot with my RV, enjoy camping/fishing and I still cook. Working on a cookbook of my own and am always searching for new recipes to experiement with. I collect old-timer's recipes, as they are always "keepers'. Besides, they don't cost as much to make as most newer recipes. Don't care for those boxed and prepared foodstuffs. I like seasoning, taste and I choose to cook from "scratch".
    With my love for fishing, I look for new recipes using fish or seafoods.
    Having worked as a chef in a busy steak house, the challenge to create something 'extra special" was a goal I've always tried for. Guess that's what makes cooking so fun and exciting for me even as old as I am. Gives a person a sense of great pride. Hope ya'll find the same pleasures in good, healthy food preparation. It's truly an art not to be forgotten...!!

    Favorite Foods

    Seafood, fish, great tasting breads, biscuits, pasta, for a few. But you can do wonders with many kinds of fruits or vegetables too. I don't waste food, so work any left overs into casseroles, soups and/or pasta dishes. I don't have to spend a lot for groceries, just use the basics, have lots of spices, seasonings, on hand so that helps to "charge" up those taste buds...and you can welcome any compliments that you hear. Does wonders for the soul.
    So is that what they mean by 'soul food'...? Maybe...! Just don't quit cookin'....and then you can say "darn, I'm good"....!

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