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    Chef #1407682

    Member since Oct 2007

    Chef #1407682

    From Morongo Valley, California

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    About Me

    I enjoy cooking for smaller groups who have an appreciation of good food.  I HATE cooking for myself.  (I am my worst critic and not very complimentary to myself, so it's a lost cause.)  Since I quit catering a few years ago, I have been helping out at the HOA events with my "expertise" and desserts and whatever else might be needed.   Besides the cooking and planning, I am also the HOA secretary and newsletter editor and chief (usually only) writer.  It is so nice to be appreciated, even if the pay is non-existent. 

    I just started writing a weekly column for a local newspaper...like I need to spend more time at this computer!

    Favorite Foods

    Crab...no doubt about it.

    I enjoy making simple, creamy but not fluffy, cheesecakes.  I think they are better with one flavor or perhaps dollops of another flavor swirled through, but nothing nutty or crumbly...nothing should interfere with the delicate creaminess.  Try one once without a crust, and you will see what I mean.  Cook's Illstrated's "The Best Recipe Cookbook" has a rich and creamy recipe that I think is perfect.  It uses a buttered pan with just a couple of tablespoons of graham cracker crust sprinkled around as a concession to those who like a hint of crust...really, it is just enough to give a hint of graham flavor.  From there, you can change to whatever flavor and it's still beautiful.


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