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I cook when I'm hungry. And when not hungry I try to think of what to cook!
Joined: Feb 21, 2008
Birthday: Aug 18
Reviewed Cati's Mexican Chicken Pot Pie
"This is super! It came together very fast and is a neat twist on the traditional chicken pot pie. We added the chicken mix into toasted bread bowls, sprinkled on a little cheese and baked to melt it all to perfection. Perfect!"
Jun 22, 2011 on Food.com
"Superb! Indeed our new favorite chicken pasta salad. The BF ate 4 bowls and it was hilarious to watch!! After having been indoctrinated into the 'grapes in salads are NOT weird' club we're all about that sweet snap now. I did make my own slaw dressing, but otherwise prepared just as written. Cannot wait to make again."
May 26, 2011 on Food.com
I learned how to cook through divine miraculous osmosis. When my mother (a great cook) tried to teach me anything I always ran the other way.
However once I moved away for college it wasnt long until Thanksgiving rolled around. I was hungry and far from home. I decided I would make dinner for all 8 roomates! I called home and asked mom what temperature a 20 pound turkey needed to be cooked at and for how long. She laughed at me. Snubbed I continued with what I remembered from afar. BTW that bird was awesome! Bolstered by that initial success I have soldiered on - through many cooking tragedies and some fantastic mistakes too.
Once a secret closet chef I have stepped out into the open and am happy to share and learn. I love to make new things and attempt recipies I once considered impossible. With my love at my side and his suspicious tasting habits I manage to hold down the stove. :)
I am teaching myself how to pickle right now. Amazingly, my first batch of dilled beans came out great. Mom won a blue ribbon in the fair for pickles once. I must have gotten the genes along with the blessing of cooking osmosis.
If you cook it, I will come and eat it. If its sushi then I have already eaten it and none is left for you. :(
I have never met a food I did'nt like, peculiar, familiar or foreign.