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    kitchengrrl

    Member since Sep 2002

    Chef #55862

    From Fort Worth

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    About Me

    In my family, I am most famous (infamous) for several dishes:

    My first original recipe: Conceived around age 7, for a cheese sandwich. Toasted English muffin, spread with butter, slice of American cheese, a good layer of Parmesan, top with other half of buttered muffin.

    My most disasterous recipe: The Exploding Brownies. Otherwise great hershey's recipe for brownies involving an ingredient (baking powder) that I'd never used before. I somehow misread 1/4 teaspoon as a 1/4 cup. Brownie coated the ENTIRE oven.

    My most requested recipe: Stollen at Christmas. I am required to make one for my mother ever since my sister gave me Christian Teubner's wonderful Christmas Baking book full of traditional German Christmas treats.

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