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Joined Date: Oct 23, 2005
Reviewed Joy's Chicken Salad
"This is a great recipe for the salad. I used half of the chicken for the salad. I saved the broth,
the cooked vegies, 2 cooked breasts to make Red Lion Chicken Bisque. I used dried dill weed instead of seed. I did add 1/4 cup sliced almonds. I added 2 pinches of turmeric for color. Thanks a great recipe"
My husband & I built our dream home after our children were raised.We didn't hire a contractor, we pounded every nail and board and shingle on it.I have lots of stories to tell about that adventure. My passion is cooking, my grandchildren and living each day like it were my last. I love to drive the big rigs. I lived all over the world for a time and collected dolls and cookbooks. I write poetry. My other passions are the outdoors, country living, the sunrises and sunsets,to give to others more than I receive as it says in the Bible. As I get older I am less judgemental.I hope I have helped someone each and every day. Every day is an adventure!
I don't have a favorite dish to cook I like to cook everything. Seafood is my favorite. My favorite place to eat was The Court of 2 Sisters in New Orleans. My best cookbook, the original "Joy of Cooking" given to me by my grandmother. I love all types of foods & am not afraid to try any dishes. Medical conditions make it necessary for me to cook more than one main dish for a family meal which is ok and I am becoming acquainted with meatless, low protein meals for a member of my family. We are raising a teen and he is a "bottomless pit" when it comes to food now and I wouldn't want it any other way!