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    June Lerch

    Member since Jan 2002

    Chef #28782

    From Spokane Valley, Washington

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    About Me

    I spent most of my childhood trudging off to explore the shadowy forests on one of the small mountains which was behind my parents cabin situated on Cottonwood Road on the outskirts of Chewelah, Wa. Mom would pack me a lunch and put a jar of Kool-Aid in the sack for me. I was usually given a ripe tomato from her garden for my dessert. Her home-made bread sandwiches such as, freshly churned butter slathered on 2 thick slices and topped with either sliced green peppers, radishes or cucumbers [ or all 3] and salted and peppered [ or even lightly sugared] were to die for. Mom's fresh produce from her labors of love for her family instilled in me the desire to be a great [from scratch] cook and above all a great mom for my family. It has never come to pass that my breads or pie crusts have tasted like hers, but my family has followed my traditions of home cooking , so I'd say that is a pretty good compliment for me.

    Favorite Foods

    Fresh garden produce from my garden. Fresh fruits from one of the many, privately managed and owned orchards in the Green Bluff community located a short drive just north of Spokane, WA., along with a variety of foods from all the different Countries around the world.
    When my children were young, I'd make one meal each month from a different country of the world so we could learn about their foods. Over the meal,we would talk of the histories and social traditions of that particular area and wonder what those people were like and wish we could visit hem.

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