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Joined Date: Oct 25, 2012
"I don't usually like the majority of soups, mainly because I only tend to like eating things with bold or spicy flavors. I am sick today, so what the heck. I'm also a beginner cook and this was a fairly easy recipe that thankfully I pulled off! So other than a few variations, I liked the flavors in the recipe - the fennel, lemon, chili flakes. "
Hmmmm...i'm not that interesting. Psych!! I like to move around the country and live in amazing places where I can play outdoors and try new things. And I'm just getting started. I have 3 dogs - pitties! I am a practicing massage therapist, as well as a trained classical vocalist & pianist, so I have found a desperate need to keep my body strong, healthy, and in high energy through my nutrition. I am inspired to learn to cook because my boyfriend of 5 years (culinary trained chef) has shown me that homecooked meals are usually more nutritious and delicious than average restaurant food, not to mention cheaper.
raw sushi grade fish. curry. thai basil chicken (or tofu). for that matter, anything thai. anything with lemon, vinegar, or sesame oil. natural veggie/fruit juices. all kinds of pastaaaaa. cioppino. don't forget scallops, scallops, and more seared scallops with lemon. red meat with fine red wine. perfectly crispy homefries. shrimp n grits. popcorn! fish tacos. tropical fruits. guacamole. protein filled salads (i mean bacon, people...and hard boiled eggs. and grilled meats.) hot pepper jelly. homemade pickles. homemade honey-sweetened iced green tea. last but not least, fried chicken....yes I'm originally from Atlanta, so I can't help it.