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    Zanna_409104061

    Member since Oct 2003

    Chef #107823

    From Dallas

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    About Me

    I have taught myself how to cook since college and my advice about cooking is to keep practicing, try all sorts of cookbooks and different recipes, and don't be afraid to fail--you'll always learn something from it (of course, I'm a teacher so it makes sense that I believe that). I moved to Dallas in 2003, love the ready availability of genuine Mexican food in the area. It's the one kind of cuisine I've never tried to make myself because the restaurants in my area are so good. I love movies, music from the 70's and 80's, animals, and beautiful weather.

    Favorite Foods

    Pork tenderloin, cheesecake, avocado, Mexican and other Central American dishes, German food, beer, thick soups and stews, Italian and French bread, and food without any fake stuff in it like preservatives or Trans fats. I believe that Americans are not only growing fatter because of high-fat foods and soda machines being available on every corner and in schools, but because of the suspicious additives in the ingredients. You can eat high-fat foods in moderation, just watch the list of ingredients on packages--the less ingredients, the better.

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