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    Tiomarrano

    Member since Mar 2006

    Chef #300122

    From Chico, California

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    About Me

    I am currently retired and trying to salvage our
    family heirloom recipes that my mother left 40 years ago hand written on now fading recipe cards.

    I would like to share some of these recipes with the general public. Of course they reflect the old high fat 'un-healthy style of cooking done fruequently in those days. So, if you see something you like, feel free to try to modify it to a more healthy modern equivalent if you don't think it will hurt anything. I see it this way: recipes are guidelines, not commandments.

    Favorite Foods

    Anything that dosn't bite first. My only pet peeve is recipes that take esoteric ingredients that we common people can't afford in these hard times. That's why I like 'retro' style recipes that use commonly found ingredients. They can be tailored to lower fat ingredients, but at least the ingredients are available and don't cost the Bush Tax Cuts to finance making the dish in question.

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