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I am a mom, wife, and psychologist. I love to cook to use all my senses and relieve stress!
Joined: Oct 19, 2009
Birthday: Jan 26
Saved Recipe Tangerine-Maple Glazed Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks by ElizabethKnicely
Apr 25, 2013 on Food.com
I am a busy mom of a 17-year-old college bound daughter and wife of a wonderful native Californian. (I myself hail from neighboring Arizona.). As a psychologist, I spend a lot of time inside people's heads, and there is nothing more soothing than to come home and begin chopping vegetables, warming olive oil, and doing things that are tangible, earthy, and will ultimately produce immediate gratification for those I love.
Around home I am probably most famous for a dish my family calls "mom's college lasagna"--something I threw together and cooked in a toaster oven, some rental's broken down oven, or whatever cooking device I had at my disposal as I put myself through school eons ago. I would eat it for five days at a stretch back then, but now it disappears sometimes at one family dinner!