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Favorited Chef Healthy Vegan
Sep 13, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Honey Cornbread Muffins
"DELICIOUS... didn't change a thing. i must have made them at least four times in one week.""
Aug 5, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"psrpv: well excuse us... why don't you go watch rachael ray's show if you want crappy recipes that only take half an hour?"
Jul 29, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"DO NOT make the sorbet portion of this recipe. it did not set up at all. in fact, who the hell tells people to make simple syrup & not cool it before adding it the fruit puree?! the instructions were beyond vague. they should've been more detailed.
& whoever is in charge of adding the recipes to this site should be fired."
Jun 1, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Nutella S'mores
"i'm a vegetarian & can't eat marshmallows because of the gelatin, so i use marshmallow cream instead. it's a great shortcut to use, & there's no cooking time involved. they come out AWESOME."
May 24, 2011 on Food.com
What to say... let's see. I was born in Miami, FLa, come from Cuban stock, & I'm a vegetarian. I started cooking when I was three years old (baking, actually. My sister taught me to make blueberry muffins), & have been interested in the baking aspect ever since then. I started to become a vegetarian when I was four years old, but didn't become a full veggie until I was fourteen. It can be a battle at times, trying to find something to eat, especially if you're the only vegetarian in the family, but it's worth it. I'm not the kind of person who will push their lifestyle onto others, meaning that I won't try to force people into eating the same way I do. However, if they become interested in trying a vegetarian diet, then I will gladly offer advice. I believe that the gradual stepdown from meat over the ten year period was the best route I could have taken, mainly because I believe that if I would have quit from one day to the next, it would have been much harder.
But I digress. I decided to go to Johnson & Wales University when I graduated high school, & received my Associate's degree in Baking & Pastry Arts in 2003, & my Bachelor's degree in Restaurant Management in 2005. My mother & I are in the process of building our own home catering business, & since we both love collecting recipes both online & through different cookbooks, we decided to put them to good use. Unfortunately, we don't get to use them as often as we'd like, because my dad & elderly aunt are very set in their ways & don't like to eat anything new or spicy. So the only time we ever get to make them is during the holidays.
Well, that's pretty much it in a nutshell. I would add more, but I don't know where to begin.
Anything vegetarian, pastas, breads, pizza is one food that I could live off of, fish & crabmeat (for protein's sake).