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ddziak
ddziak

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15th Sep 2009

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I have never thought that I would ever be interested in cooking or even become a good cook. The kitchen was the place where I only watched other people working, while I was having a glass of wine. However, one day I was tired of paying a lot of money for my favorite food...Indian food. So, I started to cook Indian dishes myself. That was the starting point. In the summer of 2009, I moved to a 9000-person town in West Virginia. Not being used to the (boring) life of small-town rural America, I needed a new hobby. What better could I have found than cooking. I love it...and my husband loves it too.

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