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    Lee Lee

    Member since Aug 2002

    Chef #53192

    From United States

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    About Me

    I was born and raised in New Jersey and have done some rather extensive traveling which has kept my taste buds very active. Actually they were awakened very early, coming home from school and the aroma of my mother's freshly baked bread pulling me into the front door. I think the wonderful smells of cooking and baking remain a very vivid memory. What has happened to that wonderful "yeasty" smell of freshly baked bread?

    It appears I have found a friendly spot in Zaar. My daughter Bev is an ardent member of Zaar and I look forward to contributing the little I know to you.

    Favorite Foods

    My favorite restaurant is Lahiere's on Witherspoon Street in Princeton, NJ. They have a salad dressing you wouldn't believe! It took me a couple of years to detect just what was in it.

    * * A Note From Lee Lee's Daughter Bev: * *
    Lee Lee died February 26, 2004 from Colon Cancer after being diagnosed only three month before. Colon Cancer is a silent killer, which when discovered in its early stages is very treatable. Colon Cancer has no symptoms until it has reached a dangerous level. Please protect yourself and follow your doctor's advice and do have a colonoscopy when you reach age 50. It is a test that will give you peace of mind that you have done your best to take care of yourself and could save your life.

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