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    grits215

    Member since Feb 2006

    Chef #2508828

    From Fairfax, Virginia

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    About Me

    For the last 18 yrs I've worked for a non-profit that provides residential services to adults with developmental disabilities.  I've taught a variety of life skills and now I do a lot of administrative oversight. Before that I taught school - among other things.

    I cook, read, craft and play with my grandchildren for fun.  Friends laugh because I keep a dictionary by the phone to read if someone puts me on hold.  I like to keep intellectually engaged.

    My passion is my family and my work and giving them the best I've got to give.  It drives my crazy to hear "I can't" or "I'm bored".  People who want to learn, are willing to try new things, share their knowledge and are appreciative of good food inspire me to give my best and keep learning new things.

    Favorite Foods

    If someone told me I could only cook one thing for the rest of my life I'd have to decide between 2 things.  Cookies and vegetables. .  .  . oh, and maybe bread.  

    Cookies .  .  . not the beautifully decorated ones some people can do but the ones that are Sooo good you can't leave them alone.  They melt or crunch or have an elusive flavor you reach to identify.

    Vegetables .  .  . hot, cold, cooked, raw, pureed, mashed  ,  .  . there's so much you can do with them with input from all over the world.

    Bread .  .  . I can smell it now! Sweet, savory, risen, flat .  .  . need I say more?

    Kids and grandkids would say I'm famous for my cookies, meatloaf, pork roast, ribs, salads and cakes.


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