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    taradelyce85

    Member since Jul 2006

    Chef #330508

    From San Antonio, Texas

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    About Me

    I am a single 22 year old high school teacher, so I have zero time to spend in the kitchen. I cook for one and am an extremely healthy eater, but I still don't sacrifice on taste. My dinners are usually part pre-made, part homemade, and always read in less than 20 minutes. If I could co-host any Food Network show, it would definitely be Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee. I love that lady! My new found talent- easy, yet elegant cakes and quick breads.
    My dream job- writing/editing for a food/health magazine, especially a young singles foodie column.

    Favorite Foods

    I adore fresh fruit.... any fruit except coconut (too papery) and pineapple (too medicinal). I can eat my weight in veggies and actually could if I wanted to- preparing veggies in the microwave is so fast and easy, not to mention healthy. Sashimi is an indulgence worth every cent. I have to mention, considering I'm from San Antonio, I love home-cooking. If I need comfort food (usually the Fridays I don't get paid:) I reach for sweet potatoes. I microwave the biggest sweet spud I can find at my local market, add dried rosemary-garlic seasoning, a little organic chicken broth, and mash it up with my fork before vegging out in front of a chick-flick.

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