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My intentions;To be Cooked List for 2011

I noticed there weren't a lot of cooking challenges out there so I decided to challenge myself.
I love food from the south as well as italian, chinese and mexican.  I don' want to lose that spirit of
adventure by getting stuck in a rut.  So by posting this I hope to hold myself accountable and just have fun with it
so without further  blah blahing her it is

To be Cooked 2011
1.peach cobbler
2. tea cakes
3.salmon croquettes
4.shrimp creole
5. beingets
6. enchilada casserole
7.  sopapillas
8. chile renos
10.eggplant parmesan
11.chicken florentine artichoke bake

Here are my two favorite  places to find new recipes My recipes(from the Southern Living,Cooking Light, Health, Sunset and Real Simple Publications) and Recipe (Better Homes and Garden) I will repost this next month about this time just to see how far I got


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