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    Lou van

    Member since Jun 2007

    Chef #518707

    From Dudley

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    About Me

    Happily married and the proud mum of a beautiful daughter aged 5 and a baby son who was born on 10/04/10. Really enjoy cooking and trying new recipes, especially north American, French, Greek and Mexican. Have many cookbooks which I often pick from but love Nigel Slaters recipes and attitude, Charmaine Solomon for her Asian recipes and I am also a subscriber to Good Food Mag. I try to source good quality ingredients particularly meat and organic veg as I believe that
    good ingredients can make a meal truely special. Have been lucky enough to find a wonderful farmer/butcher in Wales who only sells his own produce which is fantastic and I always stock up on a whole lamb for the freezer when I go there!


    Favorite Foods

    Much easier to say what I don't like.... cooked fish and octopus (but love shellfish and sushi/ sashimi), nuts except cashews, traditional British roast dinners except lamb (find them boring).

    However adore bing cherries, particularly when covered in chocolate, but can't find them in the uk :(

    I am well known amongst friends for cooking chicken mole and Gigot de sept heures (lamb slowly cook for 7 hours which melts in the mouth); but some of the credit has to go to Ben my Welsh butcher/ farmer for his lamb.

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