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    ATM 67

    Member since Jan 2005

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    About Me

    At 19 years of age, I was the only "child" of any of my father's friends who was regularly invited to their gatherings. I was a fish out of water, but it felt good to be included. One New Year's Day everyone gathered for a day of football and food. I noticed two things that day. The women went on and on about how good the different dishes of food were that were brought into the party that day, and I noticed that all the food was cooked by men. It was at that party that I realized it was "ok" for men to cook. Within a month I was regularly taping cooking programs. (There was no food network way back then. In fact MTV played noting but music videos back then.) Too many years of being single left me with no one to cook for, that is until relatively recently. I am so glad to have had someone to cook for again. I now use RecipeZaar recipes to teach my teen-aged son how to cook.

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    If you were to take a really big map of the world, lay it on the floor, stand on it in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean... AND if your hands held in them all the dried split green peas you could hold with both hands cupped together... AND if you took those green peas and threw them up in the air, every place the peas landed would mark the origin of one of my favorite dishes. Just like the peas, my tastes are all over the map.

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