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    Tiny kitchen, big chef

    Member since May 2008

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    About Me

    Moved from Maine in late 2006. If I listed all the foods and products I miss from the New England region I could fill a book. Having a hard time adjusting to the lack of choices at the grocery stores here. Really now, why is it that Cain's Sweet Relish is made in MN and I can get it in New England and not in Indiana? I prefer haddock, and no, catfish is not a substitute! Don't get me started on the pitiful deli selections! I make it back to Maine at least once a year with a BIG cooler in tow.

    Favorite Foods

    Seafood, seafood, seafood and hot dogs with the skins on them! Pizza that folds. Steak bombs toasted in the pizza oven. Italian subs with mortadella, genoa and cooked salami, and yes I want hots on it. Steak tips cooked on the grill. Chinese food not on a buffet but cooked to order just for me. Anything from a Clam Shack, Clam Box or graying, splintered building near the ocean which are only open in the summer. Homemade ice cream from family stands which have been around for 40+ years (you know it's spring when the signs go back up). Lobster rolls on top split grilled hot dog buns made with just mayo and one skinny leaf of lettuce. Clam rolls on the same top split hot dog bun, but you never eat the bun. Those beautiful, white, thin skinned Maine potatoes for which russets are a poor substitute for perfect mashed potatoes. Fiddleheads gathered from the woods in the back yard.
    I'm going to need a bigger cooler.....

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