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"pareve foods are neither meat nor dairy and can be used in either meals. an example would be eggs, oils, vegetables, fruits, and many condiments.
milk is dairy but coconut milk is pareve
butter is dairy but certain brands of margerine are pareve.
chicken is meat but eggs are pareve.
pareve foods are identified by a P near the kosher symbol on p..."
Feb 1, 2012 on Food.com
"after 4 dd's and 2 gdd's we no have a grandson! he is a cutie and i'm so happy for dd#1- the bris will be on thanksgiving. should i serve bagels or turkey, lol?
Nov 19, 2011 on Food.com
i an updating- we built this house in 6/2000 and moved down here from NY. i work at the local pharmacy in the home health care sector, doing billing, insurance, sales, etc.
in NY i used to have an (at home) jewelry business, but i incorporated it into the store's gift dept., they sell it for me now.
cooking is my passion, my hobby, my relaxation, but i love going out for a good meal anytime. being born and growing up in manhattan, ny gave me the opportunity to try many new foods over the years, in many great restaurants. and travelling with my dh enlightened me to the wonderful ingredients and cuisines of san francisco, among other places.
the "new corporate spouse deal" is to do a day of cooking lessons/lunch, and shopping, so i have seen demo classes in ft lauderdale, san antonio, atlanta in the past few years plus taken a few cooking classes in chinese dim sum and noodles in joseph poon's, in philly.
several years ago i had the pleasure of being on several of the food network shows, "ready set cook" and "taste test", which was like food jeopardy. i didn't win either, but it was so much fun!
and before that, i was on wheel of fortune! yes, with pat and vanna. i was the big winner, and i won a trip to hong kong for a week, somewhere i never would have seen otherwise-
i have 4 daughters, 3 gkids and 1 on the way-- so far
last year we bought a home in fla, i love it there and next thing on the list id ripping up and renovating the 25 yr old kitchen though i have to say as a vacation home it is rather charming
i collect cookbooks, read them like novels, i love murder/food novels by tamara myers, selma eichler, dianne mott davison,etc, and i love cooking gadgets as well.my kids tell me i am easy to shop for, lol, if it is food related they know i'll love it.
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i like to experiment with recipes but my family is very picky and resistant to change:) i often cook one meal for them and something else for myself. i love seafood, spinach,asparagus, tarragon, and comfort foods like chicken soup and anything my grandmas used to make, i try to replicate their lost recipes. i love winter stews, duck, lamb, fresh herbs and spices, mmmm
and i love asian/indian/middle easter/french cuisine--never mind i also love greek, italian, mexican-- lets face it, i love food!