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    carrie sheridan

    Member since Jun 2005

    Chef #221734

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    About Me

    60, an Army brat who has lived in 20 different locations [born in germany, went to kindergarten in japan] including new york city, palo alto CA, maine, georgia, chicago, after growing up in small-town kansas...

    have some fabulous recipes from well-traveled army people...

    recently started adding just a splash of bourbon or brandy to real maple syrup - and it really gives french toast or pancakes a special, more sophisticated flavor...

    a friend jokes that bourbon is my new "secret ingredient" that i'll be adding to everything - it's not true but i'm telling you - you should try it! it's really very good [for adults, anyway]

    sugarpea's apple pancake recipe is a deadringer for Walker Brothers Pancake House in north shore Chicago - i've searchd for this for 34 years - and it's easy as well as To Die For!!!

    the Dutch Baby pancake is a huge seller there too - with the same gooey comfort-food but elegant batter...

    also if you search for lettuce wrap - the 2 recipes for PF Chang's come up... this is also SO GOOD, truly a memorable entree...

    for cookbooks: With a Jug of Wine, More Recipes With a Jug of Wine were written by the San Francisco Chronicle food writer decades ago - and most everything in them is superb - and i learned a lot as a new cook, young wife, from reading through them in the late 1970s... i got a [very French] sense of food as a way of life

    Favorite Foods

    My Best Recipes [well worth trying!]:

    Pepper Steak
    Mrs. Walker's Chicken and Rice Casserole
    Birthday Cake and Special Frosting
    Walker Brothers' Apple Pancake
    Peach Cobbler
    Chicken Enchiladas
    Broiled Chicken Vermouth
    Shrimp Cocktail
    Carol and Del's Salad Dressing for Lettuce
    Eggnog Pie
    Crab Louis
    Waldorf Salad
    Hummingbird Cake

    For times i don't want to cook - or for unexpected company:

    FILLO FACTORY spinach pie
    MRS. SMITH's lemon meringue pie, blueberry pie, sweet potato pie
    PEPPERIDGE FARM turnovers [frozen]
    PILLSBURY buttermilk biscuits [frozen]
    MANWICH sauce for sloppy joes [canned]
    AMY's enchiladas [frozen]
    bakery angel food cake - served with Reddi Whip

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