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    Old Man Cooking

    Member since Jan 2007

    Chef #440976

    From Tallahassee, Florida

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    About Me

    My Mother was a great cook, but I didn't get into cooking until I was in college and one summer I started watching Graham Kerr (Galloping Gourmet) every day on TV.

    My favorite cookbook, even though I don't use them often, is my Mother's old 1950 vintage Good Housekeeping cookbook with the red checkered cover.

    I've been married for nearly 28 years, and have always done the grocery shopping & cooking for our family.

    Favorite Foods

    I make a great pot of chili and red beans and rice. It's a tradition for me to make a large pot of turkey soup Thanksgiving and Christmas. The carcass goes in the stock pot right after dinner.

    In addition to turkey soup, I make a Italian Zucchini soup that I adapted from a brunch recipe my Mother used to make.

    My favorite comfort food to cook is Pot Roast with potatoes and carrots. Also love to make cube steak with mushroom gravy (with mashed potatoes and corn of course).

    I'm famous for my Taco Dip recipe that I created when someone gave me a recipe that was actually 2 different recipes. When it became a gloppy mess in my blender, I put it all in a microwave dish and nuked it. From there I started taking out some ingredients and adding others until I ended up with my Taco Dip. A Superbowl Favorite!!

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