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    RJ Hallstrom

    Member since Oct 2005

    Chef #252657

    From Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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    About Me

    I grew up in a family of great cooks - my Mom, my aunts & great-aunts, my grandmothers - all were shining examples, not only of great cooks, but of wonderful women to learn from and emulate. As the oldest granddaughter on both sides of the family, I had a lot of opportunity to watch and learn, and I consider any cooking "talent" I have today to be a result of "on-the-job-training" received at my Mom's and grandmothers' sides.

    As the oldest of seven children, we have a large, extended family and lots of great potluck dinners. We get together for each person's birthday to cook and eat and visit (don't forget the cake & ice cream!)

    There are several dishes that my family asks me to make: King Ranch Chicken, Fruity Chicken Salad, Homemade Macaroni & Cheese. But the one I am most proud of is my original recipe for Cheesy Chicken Squash Chowder.

    I recently put together a 36-page book of our Family Recipes, as handed down through the generations. I really want to preserve our family's great cooking traditions for my kids and grandkids, and believe this book helps do that.

    Favorite Foods

    Homemade Tamales (some day I'm going to learn to make these)

    Pinto Beans, Fried Potatoes, Fried Bread w/butter & honey

    My Mimi's Buttermilk Fried Chicken

    My Meme's Cornbread Dressing

    Aunt Nell's Donuts

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