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Deborah Robinson

U.S.
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returns 02/01/2017
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I cook for fun and relaxation - not into professional cooking. But I have a great supply of recipes - desserts as well as other goodies. If I don`t know of the recipe for which you are searching I enjoy trying to find new things. Please DO NOT ask me anything about FONDANT or MARZIPAN ... I don't have a clue - have never used them.

Experience in the area

I have cooked since I was 5 years old (over 50 years now) and enjoy cooking for family and friends. I decorate cakes for birthdays to weddings and everything in between.I collect recipes from around the world (I live and work overseas) and enjoy trying new foods and cooking techniques.

Education/Credentials

BA in Elementary Education / Speech; MEd in Reading and Language Arts; Principal K-12 Certification

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UserDateKCPComments
James11/13/16101010Thanks.
MARK09/22/16101010Thank you, Your suggestions have been very .....
Aisha09/17/1610I like you for your politeness and .....
James08/24/16101010 
James08/10/16101010Thanks.

Recent Answers from Deborah Robinson

2016-11-12 Split cake:

Dear James,    In fact, there is!  It's really quite simple; easier with a square or rectangle than a circle, but definitely do-able.    Put a piece of metal, plastic, covered cardboard (with tin foil

2016-09-17 cream pies:

Dear Mark,    What does the recipe say to do - does it say to cool in the pan and then pour into the shell - or does it say to pour it directly into the shell and then cool?  Either way, I would let it

2016-09-17 cream pies:

Dear Mark,    Does your recipe call for cooking it?  It is necessary to cook it until it boils and I generally cook it until the bubbles break and hold open a few seconds.  If you just heat until it boils

2016-09-14 Baking:

Dear Aisha,    My guess is going to be that your oven isn't hot enough.  You should have it at about 175C - 200C.  Do you have an oven thermometer so you can check to see how accurate your oven thermostat

2016-09-09 Baking:

Dear Aisha,    I'm going to need more details:    1.  What color pan are you using and is it glass or metal?    2.  How deep is the pan?  No need to convert ... I'm well versed in metric.    3.  How big

 

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