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    Member since Feb 2011

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    About Me

    I think food describes me every day. When it's cold outside I feel like a big bowl of warming soup. When it's hot and humid a cool, fresh salad is optimal. So when it's been a hectic stressful day, an easy to fix meal would be preferred. Food is where we all find our comfort zones. I love to explore new ways to please my palate. Recipes from a community of inspiring tastes is just a wonderful way to keep the love flowing through the generations and times. I hope to learn more and help too. Kiss

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    Soup, stews, casseroles, one-pot meals, appetizers, "good" bread, cheese, and vegetables.  I love to cook ethnic foods, and bake cakes, cookies, and breads.  Healthy dishes and simple dishes are always desired.  My favorite restaurant would be one with a lil' ole' lady in the back making everything from scratch.  I feel restaurants rely completely too much on pre-packaged items to make consistency an added bonus to their menu.  A diner or cafe where the cook comes in and really cooks his menu, rather than opening a shipped frozen soup and putting it in the pot and heating it up, calling it the soup of the day! Yuk!---- Good old fashioned cooking!!! Peel those onions, and chop that garlic and spend some time to taste your food. 

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