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    KyanaBelle

    Member since Oct 2001

    Chef #20327

    From Clarksville, Indiana

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    About Me

    I'm a retired LPN and a mimi. I love cooking for my parents, two grown sons and grandpun'kins. I've retired to my home town of Clarksville in the Greater Louisville area, after spending the majority of my nursing career and raising my sons in southwestern Ohio.

    13 years on Recipezaar!

    My Website

    http://kyanabelle.newsvine.com/

    Favorite Foods

    I dearly love pork chops. I think I could have pork chops for supper every night and not tire of them. I do miss my grandmother's fried pork chops.

    My specialties in the kitchen are breads and pastries. My famous dish for my family is a Bohemian Braid - the original recipe came out of an old Betty Crocker Cookbook. It's a beautiful and festive fruited yeast bread.


    My grandchildren vote Mimi's Lasagna and Mimi's Collards as my best dishes. My oldest son says it is just not Christmas or Thanksgiving without my broccoli casserole.

    My favorite restaurant is the Come Back Inn on the riverfront in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Awesome Italian-American pub and my youngest son is in the kitchen cooking up magic there. Try their version of a Kentucky Hot Brown - mere words don't do it justice!

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