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    About Me

    I'm a stay-home mom of three beautiful children, and the domestic goddess of my DH's dreams. Yes, those are some big shoes to fill, but I love every day and enjoy the life we have built for ourselves.

    I guess you could say I'm quite the traditional homemaker. I prefer to cook from scratch, to include making our own bbq sauce, ketchup, salad dressing, etc. I plan to start working on my canning skills next fall, as well as more bread-making with our own home-ground flours. I do quite a bit of sewing, knitting, and crocheting, and have made many of the things my family uses daily (curtains, quilts, blankets, clothes, etc ...). My baking skill is still a bit low in my opinion, but I've been working hard on that and and so thankful for the 'tried and true' recipes and tips I've found here.

    I would like to thank you all here at 'Zaar for the wonderful recipes we've tried and for the inspiration you have given me.

    Favorite Foods

    Turkish and Greek (only the authentic varieties ... I'd rather cook these at home for my family than go to a restaurant for them). Our Italian and Mexican creations are a bit more Americanized, though.

    We've also started eating a bit more Thai and Indian lately, which is a nice change of pace.

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