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Simply Me

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Female
56 years old
Champaign
United States

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COOKING LEVEL: Beginner
GENDER: Female
CAREER TYPE: Other
PERSONALITY TYPE: Helper
FAVORITE CUISINE: Other
HOW OFTEN DO YOU COOK?: everyday
# I'M COOKING FOR: 2-4
IF I HAD TO CHOOSE ONE: Oven
MEMBER SINCE: 09/11/2007
STAR SIGN: Libra
LAST LOGIN: 12/22/3321 13:38:49
MY RATING: 8.00


12/02/2008 19:29:45


R & B, Easy Listening, some Country, Oldies of all kinds

T. McMillian, and D Baldalcci, mysteries, some romance.

It depends on my mood for the day but definitely NO slasher movies.
 

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Enjoy cooking and experimenting; can take the criticism and will ask for an honest opinion. Would like to attend a cooking class in New Orleans. I cook and take food into work and so far no complaints except for the time I used frozen vegetables instead of fresh in a chicken dish I made up. Enjoying my 2 year old niece and 1 year old nephew as much as I possible can.
A bit shy but like to hear what other people are interested in especially if it involves cooking.
Am in the market for a new Turbo Cooker if anyone out there knows where I can get one :) Thanks

Chicken, Fish, Beef, Spinach, Salads, Onions, Garlic

Reading, writing, occasional road trip, cooking shows, looking up recipes, cooking and experimenting.

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04/05/2011 09:18:29
Hi Sweetest - one thing about cast iron - even after seasoning it there is a chance that the foods will still stick until the pan is "broken in" again.  First heat your oil in the pan, when it's good and hot, add your taters and onions, season as desired.  I like my taters crisp so I don't turn them much so that they brown up nicely for me.  I hope this works.


08/03/2008 13:59:59
Hello there !! I was just surfing and came upon you and thought I would just drop in and say Hi to you !

Cheryl


From: jill22
11/03/2007 16:25:59
I'm sure your a Fabulous cook .We are all here to share and learn.I try to learn something new everyday .Have a Wonderful Evening Peace Happiness & Much Love,Jill





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