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I posted my recipe (first one) 
 
Dec. 26, 2012 6:50 pm 
Updated: Dec. 28, 2012 6:46 pm
I posted my potatoes au gratin recipe. It's listed as "Robin's Potatoes Au Gratin." I have to take a photo of it next time I make it.  I hope anyone who finds it enjoys it.  There may be others like it, but I think this one is pretty accessible and user-friendly.

 
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Dec. 26, 2012 7:12 pm
http://allrecipes.com/personalrecipe/63466347/robins-potatoes-au-gratin/detail.aspx
 
Dec. 27, 2012 11:44 am
It looks really tasty, Robin, and this meatatarian won't even need to add bacon or ham to it. I'll serve it as a side for my stegosaurus steaks!
 
Dec. 27, 2012 1:44 pm
robin,you should post this on the buzz,so people can see it.It looks very good.
 
Dec. 28, 2012 6:46 pm
Thanks, guys. You just reminded me of a dish I hadn't made since I was a teenager-eggplant steaks. Um, stegasaurus eggplant steaks. Gotta try it again so I can put a recipe together.
 
 
 
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About Me
I have loved cooking since I can remember. I have fond memories of watching my mom, grandmother--and my dad and grandfather cook. I learned even more when I became a vegetarian and my mother said she'd buy what I needed but I'd have to cook my "concoctions" myself.
My favorite things to cook
Gosh, I wish I could pick one. I make a rice casserole that I love. I like baking pies too. There's a veggie version of puttanesca sauce that I make from scratch. And I'm pretty proud of my greatly-reduced fat version of Alfredo sauce.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My cousins and I talk about watching our grandmother make "tagelach," a Jewish dessert made of sweet fried dough nuggets held together with nuts and honey (the Italians make something similar, but I don't know their name for it). Potato latkes and different "kugels" are also fond memories. My family's recipe for chopped liver is legendary. I make a vegetarian version of it.
My cooking triumphs
I am pretty dam proud of my vegetarian chopped liver. My other triumph is my stuffed mushrooms. The recipe I am proud to take credit for is my vegetarian stuffed red peppers. It's complicated so I haven't made it in awhile.
My cooking tragedies
I began looking at the cookbooks lying around the house when I was about nine. I decided to make my father a sardines and canned peas omelette. He got sick and the dog wouldn't eat it. Then there was the chocolate cake I baked with my cousin, to which we added 4 bananas. The cake deflated before our eyes. But the one that comes in second, behind my omelette, is the eggplant I roasted in the oven, without making slits in it first. It exploded in the oven and I spend days cleaning it off. The explosion caused the rests that the oven racks went on to bend, making the racks in the oven rest on a slant (interesting when trying to bake cakes).
 
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