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    Superhero's can Cook

    Member since Aug 2007

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    About Me

    My name is Laurie and I live in Boston, MA.

    Growing up I loved to help my mom cook, especially for the holidays. Since my mom was always the primary chef in the family, I never really got to cook for anyone. But now that I have moved out and am a married woman, I had to finally cook for myself.

    I discovered that not only do I love to cook, but I am actually really good at it. It is such a thrill to have people enjoy my cooking.

    For family parties and holidays I love to make yummy cookies and mouthwatering stuffed mushrooms. I make a great peach pie that everyone loves plus I love to use recipes that family members have passed down to me like my Aunt Ruthie's Marshmallow pudding!

    I would like to share all the recipes that I have from my healthy BBQ shredded chicken, my veggie stuffed peppers and of course my peach pie. I am looking forward to making friends and sharing recipes.

    Kitchen items I can not live without:

    1) A good paring knife: I love a sharp paring knife to cut fat off meat and slit meat for stuffing

    2) A food scale: I am always using my food scale to make sure I stick with portion control and to make sure I have the correct amount of meat for cooking.

    3) Paper plates and bowls: Dealing with sticky sauces and raw meat, all I have to do is throw them away without having to wash them.

    4) Plastic bags and wrap: I pack everything in a plastic bag (leftover frozen veggies, coconut, chocolate chips, etc) I also used them to season meat by tossing in the bag some seasoning and raw meat and just shaking it up.

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