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Wow, I hate Food.com. I used to love recipezaar! I could find anything I wanted in any way I wanted without any trouble. The new format is sooo slow, and I can't find anything. I tried finding recipes for hot sauce, since I am canning now. On Zaar, I would have gotten a nice selection of hot sauces. On this site? I got over 10,000. Now come on! Most of them, apparently, were for any old kind of recipe with hot sauce in it. I'm not going to try to go through all of those. And I used to be able to find a lot of canning recipes to browse through. Not now. I don't know why they changed it. The name is so boring and generic. People want recipes - I used to tell them "Look on the Zaar". What to say now? - look on food? It's too frustrating now, and as soon as I find a site I like as much as the old one, I won't be back.
I live on about 1 acre of trees and, in season, a vegie and herb garden. I have a room-mate, James, and 2 big ol' dogs, Moby and Zoe. They are Australian shepards. I have a daughter, Shannon, who is a fabulous cook and wonderful person, and three grand kids, Alyssia, Aryanna, and Connor. I am retired due to becoming disabled last year. No big deal - I get around pretty good if I use 2 canes. I enjoy cooking, especially Chinese, Italian, Mexican, and down-home southern. I also do a bit of canning. I especially like to can raspberry ketchup, peach chili-sauce, pickled onions, and fruit jams and jellies. There is something so satisfying about slicing up a fresh-baked loaf of bread, and spreading on you home-made jam. I also enjoy gardening, especially heirloom vegies and herbs. I enjoy growing new things to try as well as the old favorites. Last year I tried waterpepper - a hot and spicy little leaf used in making sushi that is also great in salads. It has some heat, but it doesn't linger. I also tried Mexican Sour Gherkins. They taste and crunch just like a cucumber with a touch of lemon - a tiny cucumber about the size of a quarter. The seed catalogs are coming in, and I'm planning the garden for this year. Can't wait to munch the first peas in spring!
Chinese, Italian, and down-home southern.