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I am an Aussie married to my wonderful American husband since 2002. I no longer work having been retired on medical grounds. My main hobby would be cooking and collecting recipes (one can never have enough cookbooks)! We have 2 cute kitties named Jerzee & Zebu, who bring me great joy. I also enjoy watching sports, listening to music and spending time with family and friends. I like almost all types of music, & would go to more concerts if I had more money. Having been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes last year I am really focussing on eating more & more unprocessed foods. The irony is that I never really had a sweet tooth & now that I've been told to avoid sugar, suddenly alln things sweet seem so delicious!!! Now that I have more time I plan on cooking more frequently & also trying some more time-consuming recipes.
Garlic is #1, I try to include that in all appropriate dishes. It is as good for me as it tastes. I like roasts & steaks, but we also both enjoy plenty of vegetables. I like most of them but favourites I am thinking of right now would be: broccoli, asparagus, spinach, red capsicum, beets, zucchini, eggplant, celery, corn, leek, & probably many others. I also love most fruits. I don't really like mushrooms but now include them in dishes like spaghetti bolognese after they have been minced in the food processor. I will become braver over time because I know they are good for me. I have also learnt (thanks chefs) that anchovies add an extraordinary depth of flavour to many dishes & if you put them in early (eg/ with onions & garlic) they kind of melt so you don't really know they are in there. Feel free to say Hi any time!