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    Sandra Hyde

    Member since Dec 2001

    Chef #27442

    From MONASH

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    About Me

    I live in Australia and love travelling.
    I am happily back in Canberra - the Nation's capital with the man of my dreams (for the last 39 years). Unfortunately I only have access to the internet at work, and with my new job there is very little time for the pleasure of reading up on 'Zaar.
    Have a cat, a dog, a husband, 2 children, 2 grandchildren and a very hectic life.
    Favourite hobby is collecting recipes and cooking. I love to cook - the more the better.
    And a deep interest in medieval times. More than half my recipes are not for food. Things like how to make artificial gemstones, how to rid a home of pests, correct behaviour and so forth. Very, very interesting stuff.
    As I get older, I am finding there doesn't seem to be enough time in a day to do what I want.

    Favorite Foods

    If its edible, I'll eat it. Except for tripe.
    I have an allergy to alcohol (rats!), but I can handle it in food if it has been properly cooked. Particularly love a dish called "Strawberie". (Strawberies marinated in wine, drained, then blended with spices, sugar, butter cornflour, and almonds, and cooked until it thickens. It's eaten with very thin, sweet almond flavoured biscuits. Scrumptious.

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