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    cherry's eats

    Member since Nov 2006

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    About Me

    Originally from Sydney, I have been living in WA for the last 20 odd years interspersed with stints in the UK, Bougainville PNG, and SE Asia. I have been in the Pilbara for the last couple of years.
    I love cooking but these days, due to the number of hours I work I have little time to indulge in anything that requires long cooking or preparation.
    My alltime favourite cookbook is the Complete Asian Cookbook by Charmaine Solomon. I've had one since it was first published in 1976 - I'm now on my THIRD!!!!!
    As an avid collector of cookbooks my shelves are groaning, so I use the net quite a bit.
    I love the idea of trying well loved recipes and the feedback from ratings is great!

    Favorite Foods

    My favourite foods are anything flavoursome, from Asian to Middle Eastern, Provincial French to Cajun and anything in between. My special love is fresh herbs - that's probably what I'm best known for. Oh, and chillies.
    My signature dish is Provencal Chicken in a Clay Pot (one of those Romatoff's - remember those from the '70s - how retro). Cooking in the clay gives it an earthy/nutty flavour and it doesn't lose those gorgeous juices.
    I have many favourite restaurants, but am addicted to Asian street vendors (hawkers) and I just go crazy in those food halls in Singapore.

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