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    JuliaE

    Member since May 2002

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    From Canada

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    About Me

    I now live in Canada but I'm originally from England. People are always saying that English cuisine is really patheic but I have to say that it's changed a lot since I left (In 1978). Now, English people are rich and sophisticated whereas they usd to be pretty boring and provincial. Unfortunately, I'm quite poor, as befits the ailing Canadian dollar but still, there are delicious foods to be had in Canada, great seafood, fresh produce and meat. Are there any people out there who want to know more about Canada?

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    I cook anything, but I believe in seasonal, local produce, fresh taste, and thoses are my only rules.

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