Although married to a well-known professional chef, Debra Goodier holds her own when she’s cooking. And although cooking is not her profession, Debra does it with passion and for the enjoyment of getting in the kitchen and creating delicious dishes.
Recently, as reader of the Farmer’s Almanac newsletters on e-mail she learned the venerable publication was accepting recipes for its new cookbook that is coming out. “I thought it would be fun so I entered my Rockfish Dip creation. The idea came from a friend.” Debra experimented and came up with her own rendition and the recipe was accepted. The Old Farmer’s Almanac new cookbook, published in recognition of the company’s 225 years, is now available. And Debra’s recipe is in it.
“I love to cook. I learned how to cook when I was five years old. We were living in San Antonio, Texas, at the time. My father was serving in Vietnam. I asked my grandmother to teach me how to cook. She did bu...
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