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    Member since Aug 2007

    Chef #553891

    From Kingsport3, Tennessee

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    About Me

    I guess most would call me a "GREEN" person being that I always try to use the freshest, best quality, natural (organic) foods I can find. I love the great outdoors and have always tried do my part to protect our natural reasources which, of course, includes our most valuable resource of all, our children! FEED them well, TEACH them well, and our future, and theirs, will be looking better day-by-day...RSM > 8/06/2007

    Favorite Foods

    Growing up in the northern part of Ohio, on the shores of Lake Erie, I grew very fond of all the fish types of the Great Lakes region, but I really enjoyed my little trips north of the border up into Canada. The people there have their own unique style of preparing otherwise common everyday foods. The further north, the more simple the preparation seems to be, but somehow they always excell in the taste department. That's when some of the locals (families) told me the secret to great tasting food. The least you handle it, the least you can season it, the quickest you can cook it, and the best quality you can use in making it, will always bring a smile to your face. Let the NATURAL flavors of the food come through rather than covering them up with spices and herbs. I tell you, the Canadians are on to something. Something BIG!!!...RSM > 8/06/2007

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