Dan Hauk

Reading, Pennsylvania
I'm relatively new to the cooking thing. These are a collection of recipes gathered from family and adapted from books as I experiment and learn along the way.
  • Jane JojoBy Jane Jojo

    A decade ago I started cooking during my bachelorette years. That was survival. Then I met my finicky husband with an insatiable hunger for perfecting dishes. Together we took our family meals and perfected it. This blog is our experience.

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  • Suzie SovaBy Suzie Sova

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  • Matt InouyeBy Matt Inouye

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  • Ankit JainBy Ankit Jain

    The essential question is - Do you live to eat or eat to live? I am in the latter, but Cucumbertown is nicely pushing me into former.

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  • Eugene OttoBy Eugene Otto

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  • Passione Per CucinaBy Passione Per Cucina

    My passion for Italian food, has led me to collect hundreds of personal recipes throughout the years that I will share on this blog. I hope to share both my love of Italian cooking, as well as the customs involved in the preparation and sharing of a typical Italian meal. I plan on exploring the regional cuisine throughout Italy, and the seasonal specialties unique to each area. I hope to inspire everyone to try new recipes, and to fully share my love Italian cuisine.

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  • PriyadharsiniBy Priyadharsini

    Welcome to my kitchen!!

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  • Paluk KhannaBy Paluk Khanna

    Born in a family of foodies. I learnt cooking from my Mom and then later on, from my sister who is an excellent host and can cook for any number of guests. My Kitchen is to me what a stage is to a performer- a platform to express myself. My second greatest satisfaction lies in seeing others enjoy the food that I cook. This is second only to the feeling I get when I hear other's experiences when they try my recipes, especially the joy they bring to their families.

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  • Sanaa A'eshaBy Sanaa A'esha

    Everything is better on a full stomach. I cook when I am happy, tired, depressed, anxious, and it always makes my day better. And we always have people over, and it gives me plenty chances to keep trying out new recipes.

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  • Raymond SelzerBy Raymond Selzer

    I make food then I take pictures of it.

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