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"I am doing a morning tea at the senior center where I work. I need a few nice recipes of what to serve with tea that won't necessarily spoil their lunch! :) Any ideas of two or three items that would compliment each other? Thanks!"
Jan 18, 2012 on Food.com
Living in view of the Wind River Mountain Range and loving it! My daughter is in the ninth grade. My husband works for himself in a home repair/handyman business. I am Activity Director at a senior center. I have cooked in lots of different situations. I began cooking for my family when I was in ninth grade. I cooked at the employee kitchen in Yellowstone National Park, at a summer camp for 120 campers, and even up to 8 hungry hunters in a backcountry hunting camp - no running water! I love to try new recipes on people. I don't often make the same recipes over and over. Short attention span, I guess. :-)
I love so many kinds of foods it is hard to choose a favorite. I do especially love watermelon and chocolate! :) Oh, and seafood -even those sqaure fishes. When I go out to eat I like to get things I would not make at home. I would like to think that my specialties are foods that look fancy but are really quite simple. Like pies, cinnamon rolls(I use a bread machine), and pizza.