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    Member since Aug 2010

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    About Me

    I've noticed throughout this site, in various recipes and reviews, that people keep saying "parchment paper." My initial thought was: why on earth would you want to cook something on animal skin that has been cleaned of hair with lye? It drives me a little nuts to see "parchment paper" in recipes now lmao Yes, I'm aware of the difference, but still.

    I've been slowly getting into cooking. My attention span is short and when that goes, so does my patience. So I have to stick to the quick and easy recipes. Since a couple recipes I've tried off of here have turned out interesting (either a disaster or strange tasting) my brother is always worried when I experiment now.

    Favorite Foods

    I tend to stick to cooking desserts :3 They're so worth the effort and disaster in the kitchen once you eat them. My favorite would have to be making the bread and fruit kinds of desserts. Too much sugar doesn't agree with me.

    And the dish I'm famous for? My french silk pie that turned out hard as a rock rofl

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