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    Jessica T

    Member since Oct 2006

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    About Me

    Began Cooking: At the age of 23, after finally moving out of the house and having to fend for myself.

    About me: I like cooking and baking, because this is my huge stress reliever and it keeps me from eating at McDonalds and Wendy's every day. Still, I am a better "eater" than "cooker."

    Favorite Cookbook: Brunswick Bicentennial Anniversary Cookbook, Food Network: How to Boil Water, ATK: the Best New Recipes, Better Home & Gardens: How to Cook Anything

    Favorite Foods

    I like pasta, free-range chicken, and anything that has loads of butter, cream, and oil in it (southern and midwestern foods). I occasionally like sweets, but rarely like cookies, or really rich desserts.

    Eats: My favorite international foods are peking duck, pad thai, roti canai (paratha w/dhal), pho, black-bean steamed crab, chicken-guacamole flautas, tacquitos, and gorditas, and anything you can get at dim sum, especially mango pudding and dofu fa (tofu pudding).

    Drinks: Watermelon/mango/apple fresh juices (esp. in Hong Kong), soybean drink (not that nasty milk substitute they call "soybean" here), teh tarik, batidos (hispanic milkshakes), and mango lassi.

    Things I abhor: Iced bakewell tarts, ugh!

    I've spent a lot of time eating in Hong Kong, Malaysia, China, Costa Rica, and England, so I really love international foods of all kinds. I also lived in El Paso for a couple months and developed a wild taste for authentic mexican food, which is amazing and cheap down there.

    My favorite recipe off of 'zaar is probably the White Almond Sour Cream Wedding Cake, recipe #69630.

    There are a handful of good restaurants in Lincoln. Some locally owned favorites are: Lazlo's, Fireworks, La Paz, Papillion Grill, George's Gyros, Doozy's, Valentino's, Buster's BBQ, Shari Punjab, Yang's Cafe, and probably a handful of others I'm forgetting to name off.

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