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    Member since May 2010

    Chef #1608591

    From United States

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    About Me

    Newly married and enjoying the role of cook more all the time.  I love learning something new each time I'm in the kitchen.  I'm thankful for the recent extended break I've had from working full time, because it's allowed me to stay home and spend more time improving my culinary skills.

    When not at home, my husband and I love to travel, ski, hike, camp, and explore new places together.

    Favorite Foods

    I don't know that I have a particular favorite dish to cook, but overall, I really enjoy baking.

    Before moving for my husband's new job, I became famous at my old job for my frosted sugar cookies.  They became a regular request for any sort of office gathering.  Interestingly, I had to find a new recipe because I now live at a lower altitude!

    My favorite foods? Chocolate chip cookies, rolled sugar cookies, caramel apple pie, homemade granola, sushi, edamame, green beans, garlic bread, Chips and salsa, buffalo wings, chocolate covered strawberries, french silk pie, won ton soup and pretty much anything with noodles.

    Oh, and one of my cooking mantras: you can almost NEVER have too much garlic.

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