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    SherryKaraoke

    Member since Nov 2001

    Chef #23724

    From Bay St. Louis

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    About Me

    I used to live on the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast in the loveliest little town you could imagine. I worked at Bookends, an independent bookstore, several days a week, and on the weekends I ran Karaoke at a local bar. Everything changed on August 29, 2005 when Hurricane Katrina destroyed our homes and our community. Now we are in Fayetteville GA, just south of Atlanta, and it seems this will be our home for now. Our grandson, Simon, is twelve now, and his baby sister, Anise, is five. We live with them and my wonderful daughter and son-in-law, Bahiyyih and Jeff. My other daughter, Alicein, has a beautiful five year old boy named Ronan. She owns what was the first new business in Old Town Bay St. Louis after the hurricane. It's called The Mockingbird Cafe. Life goes on!

    Judging by the feedback. the most popular recipe I've posted in the one for Steel-cut Oats. I'm very gratified by the rave reviews I have had for this. Thanks to Alton Brown for originating it!

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    My children always used to say that all I cooked when they were growing up was "rice and stuff". Now they call me to ask how to make all their favorites.

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