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I appear to have turned into a serial (or it cereal?) chef name changer. I have been known as: Chef lovetacook (ditched because there were so many other variations of the same), chef "yeah, toast" (but it was just too weird), chef "recipe raider" (my chef name automatically changed here back in 2011 when I joined the Food Network site as "Princess Pea" ), - think I'll stick with this name - remember the fairy tale, well I am like her ;-0. I have recently retired. I enjoy being home with DH, making tasty, low calorie meals and going out to dinner on occasion. Love the warm weather here, but the humidity not so much. I come to Food.com almost every day because I love reading the reviews, learning new tips and finding fantastic recipes to try. Thank you very much to all who have tried and rated recipes I have posted.
I enjoy fresh lobster, salmon, swordfish, N.Y. strip, veal parmesan, and pizza but I really like most all foods.
My favorite restaurant at the moment is the Okeechobee Steak House - award-winning, delicious steak.
Husband and son (who is a fire fighter-in-training) like my chili mac - they think it tastes a lot like Steak N Shake's chili mac. It is great for a meatless meal, too (the beef is an optional ingredient).
I like to make pork chops on the grill - Preheat the grill on "high"-take 3/4" thick bone-in chops (remove from fridge about 15" to take the chill off), brush both sides with olive oil, lay on a hot grill, sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper. Grill, med-high heat (with the top open) for 5 min. Turn the chops. Sprinkle with kosher salt & pepper. Lower heat to medium. Close the lid and grill for 7 minutes. Always results in a tasty, juicy porkchop.