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    Marsheliar

    Member since Feb 2013

    Chef #2705688

    From United States

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    About Me

    Southern cook born and bred.  Nothing better than getting all the folks together and having food.  It relaxes everyone and you can talk, maybe not move, lol, but talk.  I like though, trying new recipes.  I was the first person in the family to learn how to make sushi, I got the first wok, I made homemade pizza crust first (even though my brother-in-law makes better crust now!).  You get my drift.  I'll try any kind of food once, twice if it tastes good.  My grandparents made their own head cheese and I loved it.  My grandfather ate chitlins and I ate them because he did.  Not my favorite but not bad.  The more that you learn about all kinds of food the better cook you will be.  You can bring different spices together and make food that is all your own.  I don't always tell people what I put in food.  I just say "You will like it".  Usually works. 


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