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For as long as I can remember I always have meals waiting in the freezer â¦.just in case something should come up and I canât cook or that unexpected visitors arrive. During the holidays, there are lots of traditional foods that I prepare as well as many famil..."
Dec 20, 2012 on Food.com
For me, Christmas, parties and nuts have always been closely related. During the holiday seasons my parents always had a bowl of nuts around, usually with their shells still intact. I followed her example when my kids were growing up. Fighting to break through that prot..."
Dec 19, 2012 on Food.com
As turkey is traditional for Thanksgiving, so ham is traditional for Christmas dinner menus.
A Christmas ham or Yule ham is a traditional ham dish associated with modern Christmas. Most of these Christmas hams are baked and served with some sort of glaze to impart extr..."
Dec 17, 2012 on Food.com
During the holiday season with parties and visitors, I thought it would be a good time to find some make ahead appetizers, waiting in the fridge or freezer. These can be served without any problem. Entertain your holiday guests this season with these delightful bite..."
Dec 16, 2012 on Food.com
What's Christmas without candies? This taste-tempting treat are even better when homemade. If you're thinking about stirring up some gifts from your kitchen for loved ones this holiday season Food.com has a great variety to chose from.
Now is the perfect time to sho..."
Dec 8, 2012 on Food.com
Are you ready? The company will be here soon, you spruced up the house, clean the washroom, made room in the front closet and the important thing the food is almost ready; only a few more touches.
Dec 5, 2012 on Food.com
Saved Recipe Crispy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies (Michael Smith) by Nif
Nov 26, 2012 on Food.com
Plantains and green figs are a mainstay of the West Indian diet. They are cousins to the banana but they do not ripen in the same way, do not taste the same, and certainly cannot be eaten in its raw state.
Plantains are very versatile fruit as they can be cooked through all..."
Nov 26, 2012 on Food.com
I am thrilled to have joined Dib in the Caribbean forum. It will be a joy to explore and learn more about this tropical paradise. Come and visit us at Caribbean Forum
I have joined Joy as co host of TOTM Topic of the Month. Come and see us so we can tempt your tastebuds.
I love to cook, read recipe books and food magazines,spend time in kitchen stores, grocery stores, gourmet shops, learning new cooking techniques, trying new kitchen gadgets,tasting exotic foods,enjoying a wonderful meal. maybe I am a Foodie...
My latest fun spot is coming back to my roots right here.
I've always had a herb garden; now I have containers on my patio with my must have herbs. It seems, everything tastes better with fresh herbs!
Here is a slide show of some of my photos
from my recipes as well as from other talented cooks here.
I have been happily married to my BEST friend for 49 years; we have 4 sons and 4 grandchildren.They are special and I love them with all my heart! My husband is the best Cookie anyone one could have in a kitchen; he is great at doing prep work, or anything else he decides I can't do anymore! We make a good team.
My greatest joy is when I get the chance to cook with my boys and my grand children; it doesn't happen very often but it's always such a treat.
I have completed my Family Cookbook; it had been my to do project for a long time and I am very happy to say I have accomplished this.
I love reading members' posts and comments about food and cooking from around the globe It is a small world after all.
Thank you all for giving me the opportunity to enjoy my life here;there are lot of things I can't do anymore but this is one place where I feel I belong.I made lots of cooking pals.
I can't get over all the talent here.I am looking forward to share my cooking experience with all of you and learning more about my favourite things!
I am bilingual French Canadian living in Northern Ontario.
Awards and Contests:
Any food is my favorite food.I have always been fascinated by bread and wanted to learn to make it!I love my new bread machine, slow cooker, griddler, vaccuum sealer; always on the lookout for another new gadget that I probably don't need.When I have company I try to serve dishes that I can prepare ahead of time so I can sit and chat.
I usually give 5 stars unless I am very disappointed in a recipe. I always chose to make something with ingredients that my family would love and it usually turns out good or even great.I often add or remove ingredients in a recipe but I mention it in my review.
When it doesn't turn out I refrain from rating it. I hate to hurt people's feelings; we don't all have the same tastes;
so it's no reason to give an ugly comment.
I appreciate a Thank you for my ratings and pictures;I find it very offensive when I take the time and get no response. It shows we are all different here in Zaar.
Thank you to all the chefs who have taken the time to review or photograph my recipes.
I really appreciate it. Merci!