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    Member since Nov 2004

    Chef #176808

    From Australia

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    About Me

    I live in country Western Australia, 158 kms from the City of Perth. It is an agricultural area with Mediterranean type climatic conditions. Our family has always grown fresh produce so it is easy to use fruit and vegetables that are in season.  My favourite cookbooks are anything written by Antonio Carluccio, Margaret Fulton, Stephanie Alexander,Jamie Oliver and just about any other cookbook that is full of interesting and tempting recipes. I like to experiment with food and bring out the best of flavours in any dish that I prepare. Do I love homemade Italian food? How can you live without it? But then I love Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern,European cuisines and the good old Aussie food as well. Nothing beats a good barbecue with the family and friends.

    Favorite Foods

    Lasagna Cacciatore, Rissotto, Pasta with nice sauces, Seafood, Lamb and Beef dishes, Chicken dishes and good hot Indian and  Thai curries. I love using fresh homemade pasta. All dishes that I make are easy and tasty. But there is always room for improvement so I welcome your comments. Cooking should not be seen as boring pastime but seen as a labour of love and being rewarded with smiles and a pat on the back from family and friends. If there is time to take a break from the kitchen, there is always an opportunity for a homemade pizza and some nice finger food, relaxing and chatting with family and friends.

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