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    NewEnglandCook

    Member since Feb 2006

    Chef #296085

    From United States

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    About Me

    Live in Salem, NH
    From VT originally. Enjoy gardening and brake for all local farm stands. I admire and respect the old cooking styles and recipes. I also try to incorporate the methods into my cooking.


    My idols: Julia, Lidia, Ina Garden, Mom, my ancestors who cooked before me.


    Food I love to eat and make: Chard with bacon, anything Quebec such as tourtiere (Pork Pie), home made pickles, anything local, fresh and in season. CORN!! I enjoy and get pleasure from roasting large pieces of meat. I love to grill and have friends over and enjoy the harvest.


    Hobbies: Genealogy. Working out, travel, ebay, flea and antiques fairs, collecting butter dishes and refrigerator dishes. I love my dog Jackie a rhodesian ridgeback.

    Just because it's easy to make, does not mean its good.

    My Website

    http://matthewa.yelp.com

    Favorite Foods

    Chard
    Corn
    Tomatoes
    Hot Peppers & Chiles ( am still learning)
    Large pieces of meat to grill or roast. Pork Butts
    Old French Quebec or New England recipes
    Canning
    Dill
    Cucumbers
    Good quality vinegars
    Local and in Season produce

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