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    So Cal Jen

    Member since Nov 2009

    Chef #1445046

    From Long Beach, California

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    About Me

    Been in the kitchen since I was a little girl, learning how to scramble eggs on my own at 8. Recipes are for inspiration, and I've been so inspired by what I've found here at Recipezaar. My spouse and I enjoy cooking together and some of our best creations could almost never be duplicated. It's whatever's on hand, whatever we feel like, and are inspired by from TV cooking shows to what we can find in cookbooks collected for over 30 years.

    One of my go-to books is an old Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. I couldn't afford the nice binder when I was a young bride; my dog-eared softcover shows evidence of being well used and well loved. My all time favorite cookbook is The Boston Cooking School Cookbook, 1943 edition, written by Fanny Farmer. It was given to me at 16 by my mom who received it at the same from her mother. I hope one day, our four children will pick up the cooking-bug.

    My only pet peeve seems to be when guys are gals think they don't know how to cook, when they've never given themselves a real chance.

    Favorite Foods

    Ultimate comfort foods: baked macaroni and cheese; home made soup.

    My favorite restaurants: too many to choose from. Mostly they're holes-in the wall; not chain restaurants.

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