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hi. i'm Davina. i live in Tennessee with my wonderful husband, Tim. we were friends in high school and hadn't seen each other in 21 years when he got back in touch with me in 2006. we became friends again and i fell madly in love with him! we were married on April Fools day 2007, and i'm still crazy about him! he is a truck driver, so chances are when he's home, that's where i am - whether it's at Lowe's getting things to fix up the house or at the grocery store to pick up ingredients to make what he fancies for dinner! he is truly THE cook of the house. i absolutely craaave his biscuits n gravy! i enjoy baking and making the desserts and dips and side dishes. i used to work at a bakery in Florida and sometimes miss making all those donuts and specialty breads in mass quantities!
my hobbies include woodworking, painting ceramics and watercolor pictures, other crafts, writing, reading, music, messing around on the computer, doing things outdoors - fishing, long walks, etc. - our kids ( 5 between us), and our puppies (3).
i don't really have a favourite cook book per say - but i still have my mothers copy of the first edition of betty Crocker's new and Easy Cook Book published in 1962 and i refer to it religiously!
Tim and i really enjoy watching cooking shows - one of his faves is Bobby Flay and i enjoy Good Eats and we both love to watch Paula Deen!
Favorite Foodsok - well - just about the only food i really can say that i don't like is livermush - never had a taste for it! growing up in the northeast, i had to sort of develop a taste for southern cooking - even though my mother was from the south - she preferred whatever was simple by the time i came along! cereal for breakfast, pot pies or hot dogs for dinner - but she would pop off an occasional huge dinner that would leave you craving more! that's why i kept the cook book!
when i was 9, someone at one of my mother's Christmas parties gave me a recipe for a simple shrimp dip i enjoyed very much, and i have been making it ever since! i get many compliments about it, but i still have no idea who the original source is, so i kind of inherited it!
last weekend, my sweet hubby was craving pizza - so we decided to make an original that he absolutely loved - alfredo olive and mushroom, and another was alfredo and spinach. he loved both of them and i guess we'll be making more of those. i'll be sure to get around to posting them on here!