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    barbaja w.

    Member since Aug 2001

    Chef #14987

    From Moline

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    About Me

    My family has a recipe heritage from Finland, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Also, I like to try new foods from all sorts of places, this is an american tradition. Some of my favorite recipes are from a Girl Scout cookbook.
    This is because I am a Girl Scout Leader. During the summer, for one week, I volunteer as Girl Scout program manager at our daycamp. I help manage crafts, songs, games, activities around a central theme. At the same daycamp I am the bus lady. I say things like" Sit down ,don't poke your neighbor." or "Who wants to vote on what song to sing?" I love it.
    Ok, now what else do I think is worth doing for fun? I like to garden in our yard. My all time favorite "cookbook" is a recipe box from my great grandma, grandma, and mother, in thier own handwriting. My second most favorite cookbook is Mrs. Beeton's all about cookery New Edition circa 1913. I am passionate about people, pets, children.
    i like attending and volunteering at native american pow wows, summer picnics and meetings. it is a good welcoming club. t native american thru daughter.happy to have learned few recipes there.
    If I had a month off no work, no responsibilities I would do arts and crafts and read books all night long sleeping in late each morning. I would go to museums in the afternoon, then to the library to get more books. I would cook and eat foods that I remember from my childhood.

    Favorite Foods

    Favorite dish to cook - Impossible cheeseburger pie by bisquik i use lactose free soy or almond "cheese" (to avoid lactose )and in the same oven peach cobbler by bisquik. or easier peach sauce over pancakes .My family thinks I am famous for baking zucchini bread ,in the cast iron skillet from my great grandmother, in the oven. Favorite restaurant - Village Inn and country buffet, also steak and shake. Love to eat chinese, and mexican foods. old fashioned oatmeal with fresh cooking apples and raisins in the microwave,using cardamom instead of cinnamon. Cardamom is a scandinavian spice. I don't use cinnamon because it has caffiene. i completely avoid caffiene. i like to reduce salt or eliminate it,whenever i can.sometimes i can reduce fat, but not as often. i sometimes know how to reduce use of added sugar,with out using chemical artificial sweetners, because my mom has diabetes. i use stevia , it is an herb from paraguay. i get it at health food stores.

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