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Ham and Cheese Crepes | Taste and Tell
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If you have been reading my blog for awhile, you’ll know that I love cookbooks. I love cooking magazines. I love other blogs. I am a recipe follower. My husband, on the other hand, is the complete opposite. He loves to cook when he can just throw things together. I’m kind of a wimp. That scares me. But, I have been trying to push myself in the kitchen lately. I have actually been coming up with more ideas and recipes of my own. It’s a whole new game to me, but I have been having so much fun. I may not be very crafty, and I may not be very artistic, but cooking is becoming my craft, my art.

That being said, I think it’s pretty rare to come up with recipe ideas these days that are totally original. But there is so much inspiration out there! This recipe was inspired by a recipe I came across in an old community cookbook. I have never had crepes rolled and covered in a sauce and baked – kind of like enchiladas. I loved that idea, and I rolled with it, and what I ended up was an amazing dinner. I gobbled these right down. And Abbi even ate them, which I thought she’d hate with the mushrooms. That’s my idea of great inspiration!!

Ham and Cheese Crepes | Taste and Tell

Ham and Mushroom Crepes

serves 6-8

total time: about 45 minutes

for the crepes
3 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 cup flour
pinch of salt
butter, for the pan

for the filling
1 pound mushrooms, sliced
4 tablespoons butter, divided
2 tablespoons flour, divided
1 cup cream, divided
1/2 cup milk
freshly grated nutmeg
12 slices of ham

1 cup grated Gruyere or Swiss
parsley

Whisk together the eggs, milk, flour and salt. Set aside for at least 5 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 400F.

In a 6″ to 7″ non-stick skillet, heat a small amount of the butter. Add 2 tablespoons of the crepe batter and tip the pan around to cover the bottom. It will be thin. Let it cook until it is lightly browned, then flip over to cook the second side. Repeat, making a total of 12 crepes.

Make the filling: In a saute pan, melt 3 tablespoons of the butter. Add the mushrooms and cook until browned. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of flour over the mushrooms and stir to coat. Cook for 1 minute, then add in 1/2 cup of the cream. Cook until thickened.

In a saucepan, melt the remaining 1 tablespoon butter. Stir in the remaining 1 tablespoon flour and cook for a minute or two. Whisk in remaining 1/2 cup cream and 1/2 cup milk. Grate in a small amount of nutmeg. Cook until thickened.

Assemble crepes: Spray a 9×13-inch baking dish with cooking spray. Put a piece of ham on each crepe. Top with the mushroom mixture. Roll each crepe and place, seam side down, in the prepared baking dish. Top with the sauce, and sprinkle with the cheese. Cook in the preheated oven until heated through and the cheese is melted, about 10 minutes. Garnish with parsley.

And the giveaway:

The National Pork Board is supplying an awesome pork prize pack for one of my readers. This one is full of all kinds of great things!

The National Pork Board has recently launched a campaign – Pork® Be inspired. Pork can be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner – it’s a great ingredient to get you inspired in the kitchen!

This prize pack includes the following:
A gift card to a local retailer (to purchase the pork)
An 11″ square grill pan
A 16-jar revolving spice rack
A Pork® Be inspired cutting board
A digital thermometer
A a copy of the cookbook – How to Cook Like a Top Chef

Here’s how you can enter:

Mandatory: Comment below and tell me what inspires you in the kitchen

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*This giveaway is open to US residents.
*This giveaway will be open from today until Tuesday, July 26th at midnight MDT. The winner will be emailed on July 27th.

Disclosure: I received a prize pack from The National Pork Board, but this is not a sponsored post. The National Pork Board is also providing the prize pack that is being given away. No monetary compensation was offered or accepted. The opinions above are my own. Others experience may vary.

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241 Responses to Ham and Mushroom Crepes {and a giveaway}

  1. Kelly S. says:

    I am subscribed to your rss feed

  2. Cooking and baking for other people inspires me! I love coming up with dishes that friends and family will love :) Food is always a great way to bring people together.

  3. Kelly S. says:

    I am a recipe follower too, but I do try to focus on cooking with fresh/seasonal ingredients. I guess you could say that is my inspiration

  4. Katie says:

    Good job! These crepes look delicious. I’m a recipe junkie, too. It’s so much fun to get inspired by other cool dishes. :)

  5. Bev Weidner says:

    Those crepes brought me to tears. I’m SERIOUS. So beautiful.

    What inspires me in the kitchen is all the color from my cookbooks and tea clothes!

    And maybe the buzz from wine when cooking. SHHHH.

  6. jerusalem says:

    honestly what inspires me is adversity! My best meals seem to be the kind that are “something from nothing.”

  7. jerusalem says:

    i follow on twitter!

  8. The anticipation of a new recipe is what inspires me. There’s nothing like finding one and just salivating over how you think its going to taste…I always want to run home RIGHT THEN and make it…

  9. Danielle says:

    There are so many things that inspire me in the kitchen. In fact, I sometimes find myself consumed with all things food! I get a lot of inspiration from food blogs and magazines though.

  10. Danielle says:

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  11. Carolyn B. says:

    What inspires me is cooking for my family. I LOVE doing it!

  12. Carolyn B. says:

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  14. jen says:

    I love reading food blogs and magazines for inspiration, it gives me so many good ideas!

  15. jen says:

    Also I follow you on Google Reader!

  16. jen says:

    And I am a fan on Facebook :)

  17. Katrina says:

    This is such a classic combination. Love this idea!

  18. Danielle says:

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  19. Danielle says:

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  20. Danielle says:

    All the awesome blogs I read, including yours, inspire me in the kitchen. :-)

  21. Julie Banta says:

    Making tasty meals for me and my family to enjoy at the end of they day!

  22. Christy says:

    I read a lot of food blogs and cookbooks. they greatly inspire my cooking.

  23. Kat says:

    I am inspired in the kitchen by trying new things, techniques, ingredients and improving my skills.

  24. Pam Smith says:

    inspiration in the kitchen comes from within. it’s calming for me to cook or bake and create new ideas. i think of what i’m in the mood for and combine that with what i have and the ideas sometimes just flow. my cooking comes from the heart and i love the feeling when someone tries something i’ve made and it’s a big yum for them.

  25. susan marie says:

    I love cooking for friends and family, and that inspires me to search for new and exciting recipes. The wonderful fresh produce this time of year inspires me to see how many different ways I can utilize it with as little cooking as possible, so as not to heat up my kitchen!

    Thank you for the giveaway; I love the cutting board!

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  27. Jeanne ODonnell says:

    My husband could eat pork for every meal! I am always trying new pork recipes!

  28. Dede says:

    People like you inspire me! I love the photo’s. I am a “visual” type of person and if a recipe does not have a photo then I more than likely will not make it. My family also inspires me as well :- )

  29. Valerie M. says:

    Those crepes look so good!

    My children inspire me in the kitchen. I love to make something that I think they will love. Also, my latest food cravings inspire me to try that ingredient in lots of different ways.

  30. Jennie says:

    My inspiration comes from reading food blogs and watching cooking shows. Also finding good ingredients.

  31. Laurie says:

    Those crepes are looking good. Got a lovely stainless steal pan 30 yrs. ago that I used to make lots of crepes in, but haven’t been inspired for many years. But I remember that you can freeze crepes and this might be good for a quick summer supper. Recently found your blog through many others that I’ve recently gotten into. What inspires me lately is my cravings!!! I am craving fresh mozzarella to eat by the slice. But I suppose I should make it healthy with a caprese salad only tomatoes aren’t quite ready in New England. But, speaking of pork, came across the “Bacon Explosion” recipe and am DYING to try it out. (http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/)

  32. Emily says:

    Fresh. Or unsual ingredients are what inspires me to cook.

  33. Emily says:

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  34. my mom and grandma have inspired me greatly in the kitchen!

  35. Desi says:

    What inspires me? Wow. That’s tough, so many things do. My mother’s cooking of course, love her Southern influences. And blogs blogs and more blogs are what influence me. I see the amazing creations that others are making and want to be able to do it too. I think, if they can do it so can I! Also cooking shows, like Masterchef and Top Chef, these shows make me wanna strive to make fancier elegant and more difficult dishes. Or try things that I never would have otherwise tried. And learn about techniques I otherwise would have never known about.

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  38. Cheryl W. says:

    What inspires me in the kitchen is “money”. Saving money that is. We love to eat out and experience new cuisines. I always catching myself saying “I wish I could recreate this at home”. So in the name of saving money, I am inspired to go home and try to recreate the dish. It has really helped to me develop my palate as well.

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  40. Mellisa W. says:

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  43. jennifurla says:

    What inspires me in the kitchen is my family, I like to dress to impress with food – I love to her them telling me I’m a rockstar cook!

  44. Cheryl W. says:

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  47. Caitlin says:

    I keep my recipe books right on the counter. Lately it’s been the new “Power Foods” cookbook from Whole Living, and the vivid colors really inspire me to cook fresh!

  48. Monet says:

    How lovely! These crepes look amazing! And I love this giveaway. My grandmother inspires me when I’m in the kitchen. I think back to all the amazing treats she crafted for us over the years. This plate of crepes is making my stomach growl. Thank you for sharing another delicious eat with me, my sweet friend. I hope you are having a happy afternoon. Much love!

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  51. Jean says:

    Inspiration? My husband! He and I love to cook together and bake together. He is the Master Pie Maker! I love to cook side-be-side with him :-)

  52. Robin says:

    The crepes look great. I have never thought of crepes for dinner but will start to now. I am inspired by watching others in the kitchen. I love cooking show, cookbooks (have a small set of book shelves filled with), and have recently been enjoying your blog. Thank you for your time, dedication and inspiration of keeping an eye out for great foods.

  53. Megan Campbell says:

    My grandma and mom inspire me in the kitchen. They taught me what I know about cooking. (:

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  54. Megan Campbell says:

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  55. Heather Spooner says:

    I’m inspired by all the cooking blogs I read. Also I love collecting cookbooks and magazines with cooking themes. Thanks for the giveaway!

  56. Shay says:

    My best friend is a caterer….she provides plenty of inspiration!

  57. Shay says:

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  58. Stacie says:

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  59. Stacie says:

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  61. Sarah C says:

    My husband inspires me. He’s a fantastic cook, and really good at whipping up a meal sans recipe, just using what we have.

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  65. Kelsey says:

    My dad inspires me in the kitchen! He was a great cook when I was growing up and I’ve never seen him use a recipe; he just improvised with what we had and always made something amazing.

  66. ericka H. says:

    Having my family and friends tell me what a great cook I am inspires me! It keeps me trying new things, I want to impress them everytime they come over!

  67. ericka H. says:

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  68. ericka H. says:

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  69. My family inspires me…period :)

  70. stacey says:

    I love pork – I buy 1/2 hog every year from my CSA farmer. Tonight I had homemade pork confit – yum

  71. stacey says:

    I also follow you on Google Reader

  72. angies says:

    My children always inspire me in the kitchen. If they say they like it, I know it must be good!

  73. Amanda S says:

    I’m inspired by using what I see in front of me. Substituting ingredients based on what I have in my fridge, freezer & cabinets is one of my favorite things to do!

  74. Amanda S says:

    I also follow via RSS feed :)

  75. Whitneyisetta says:

    I am inspired by awesome food blogs like yours! Seriously! 90% of my new recipes come from food blogs.

  76. Whitneyisetta says:

    I subscribe on RSS too

  77. Amanda Thompson says:

    The Farmer’s Market inspires me!

  78. Amanda Thompson says:

    I subscribe via rss :)

  79. Joanne says:

    How fun! They’re like crepe enchiladas!

  80. Lynda Clark says:

    Often, it is the ingredients that inspire me. If I go to the Farmer’s market, whatever is the freshest and loveliest will inspire me to create or find a great recipe for them.
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  85. Kristy says:

    I’m inspired by all of the other amazing food bloggers, but especially the wonderful women in my family that are amazing cooks!

  86. These crepes look delicious! What inspires me in the kitchen….my family. I want to do my best and make them food they will LOVE. They make me want to do more and be better.

  87. That’s great Deborah that you feel that cooking and being creative in the kitchen is getting easier for you and you feel like it is your art! With so many cooking shows, magazines, books, websites, etc. out there now it does feel overwhelming sometimes. There have been plenty of times I thought I was being brilliant in the kitchen to only see the recipe I ‘invent’ somewhere else! Haha! But it only inspires me to keep trying different foods and flavor combinations!

  88. Kristi H says:

    I’m inspired by other people’s food (which always tastes so much better than mine!) and blogs.

  89. Gena says:

    I am inspired by the creativity of cooking! I just love to ‘play with my food’, create new dishes, try new foods, spices, seasonings, marinades… and GADGETS! I’m constantly upgrading and adding to my kitchen supplies!

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  93. My husband! He is my inspiration everywhere. Whatever I cook, his only answer is “awesome”. :)

  94. Cookbooks and blog recipes inspire me in the kitchen!

  95. Barbara says:

    Your stuffed crepes look delicious, Deborah! That little touch of nutmeg is perfect. For some reason, white sauces seem to need that. It’s great you’re getting inspiration to create your own recipes….this one is a winner!
    What a super giveaway! What I love to do in the kitchen is try recipes that 5 years ago I would never have attempted!

  96. maria says:

    Our soon-to-be-3 year old son has allergies and other feeding issues…..he inspires me! Cooking became a chore because I let these challenges confine me in the kitchen. I changed my mind set and now we are eating all kinds of yummy stuff I never would have put together without our new ‘rules’!

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  98. Janell says:

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  99. Janell says:

    I get inspired when I have to take a dish somewhere. That’s really when I hit up the blogs to find something super yummy!

  100. Jessica says:

    I follow you on RSS feed.

  101. Jessica says:

    I get inspired by bright and interesting food. I would love to win these gifts for more inspiration!

  102. Heather says:

    I’m usually inspired by my cravings! Whatever sounds good to me that day, I will somehow work it into a meal. I LOVE that cutting board!

  103. Cheryl R says:

    I get inspired by reading blogs. When I see a recipe that sounds really good to me, I have to make it.

  104. Tomi says:

    I love all the great ideas I get reading the food blogs! It motivates me to try something new and get out of the same ole rut.

  105. I get inspired by things that I’ve eaten somewhere else and also by reading food blogs…it’s inspiring to know that a person with a home kitchen (not a test one) has made a recipe. It gives me more confidence to try things out!

  106. I subscribe to your RSS feed!

  107. M says:

    random vegetables that come in my CSA box every week inspire me to try cooking new foods and experimenting with in-season produce!

  108. Kim says:

    When I was growing up my Mom use to fill crepes with whatever leftovers we had in the fridge and then bake them with some type of sauce on top. Your stuffed crepes look delicious!

    And, that is one awesome pork prize pack. Someone is going to be very happy to win that! Hopefully it’s me. LOL! I’m a happy follower.

  109. Kim says:

    I like you on fb too!

  110. cristal says:

    What inspires me the most in the kitchen is my hungry family! But I also like to use the ingredients that I have in my pantry and fridge. I use those ingredients to inspire the dishes that I prepare daily.

  111. Sharon says:

    The first thing that really inspired me to learn to cook well was watching America’s Test Kitchen on television. Their scientific (and sometimes overly picky!!) methods really appealed to me and got me more enthusiastic and adventuresome in the kitchen. I also get a lot of inspiration from reading food blogs, like Taste and Tell!

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  116. Natalie says:

    Recipes that have a picture to go with it!

  117. Elizabeth says:

    Food blogs are my biggest inspiration in the kitchen!

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  120. Kevin Conklin says:

    I love cooking with fresh ingredients and local produce when ever available.
    Love your blog!!!!

  121. Sara M says:

    I am inspired by trying to find foods that all 7 members of my family will eat. So many times only 3 or 4 like it. I love to try to make foods that everyone will love!

  122. Sara M says:

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    I lost my interest in cooking and baking awhile back..now I am glad to say that I am really enjoying cooking and baking again
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  126. Danelle says:

    There are many things that inspire me. Cooking for my large family, teaching my kids to cook, cooking shows on TV can inspire me. I think teaching my kids is what inspires me most. I also love finding and trying new ingredients.

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  130. Tricia says:

    My mom inspires me in the kitchen. She started her own catering business when I was a teenager and continues to be successful at something she loves! Nobody’s cooking can compete with my mom’s :)

  131. Keegan says:

    I am inspired by my husband. I love serving him something new, delicious and unique.

  132. Rachel says:

    I am inspired by cooking healthy, delicious and quick meals for my family of 5. The greater the praises…the happier the Mom! :)

  133. Shelley C. says:

    Whatever is fresh from the garden that day is what inspires me & trying to make up many different recipes using zucchini. lol

  134. Juli Jones says:

    I am a follower on Facebook :)

  135. Sarah says:

    I am inspired by my George Foreman grill. It’s the perfect way to keep the kitchen cool during the Texas summer.

  136. Charity S says:

    Wonderful ingredients are what inspire me in the kitchen. It gives me the ability to create a wonderful masterpiece.

  137. hannah says:

    I love reading great recipes and comments from others who tried them out with their variations. Then I love to take those recipes and tweak them myself!

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  144. alicia boarts says:

    Right now, the farmer’s market really inspires me. And my kids are always my inspiration when baking.

  145. Jennifer C says:

    Making something new and hoping my picky child will actually like it is what inspires me in the kitchen.

  146. Kristi Ehrlich says:

    Making sure my son has foods that are good for him but that still taste yummy.

  147. Tasha Hudgeons says:

    I am a HUGE fan of cooking shows and Gordon Ramsey inspires me SO much. lol. I love to cook different things.

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  151. jamie gentile says:

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  156. Sabrina says:

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  158. chris keen says:

    What inspires me in the kitchen is to give my boys good food. They are very adventurous and will try any type/style of cuisine so we experiment, watch food TV shows and read cookbooks looking for new things to try.

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  160. Veronica says:

    I am definitely inspired by cravings and how I can work them into meals.

  161. Sarah says:

    I am inspired by the challenge of making something tasty for my family (usually just me and my husband to cook for at the moment). I love seeing the end result of my work and seeing how my husband (and others) enjoy it.

  162. Sarah says:

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  163. Deanna Moore says:

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  164. Deanna Moore says:

    Almost everything I read on the net inspires me, love cooking blogs, like yours!

  165. Denise O says:

    I am inspired by finding a new way to create something that tastes incredible….if it looks good that is even better!

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  168. Heidi says:

    I am inspired by my children in the kitchen…sounds weird but it is true! They have such an amazing curiosity and they love learning about everything delicious, I enjoy teaching them.
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  169. Ashley says:

    Right now my garden inspires me – I want to try to use what I’m growing in new and delicious ways.

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  174. Kimberly says:

    My husband inspires me in the kitchen. He is such a picky eater, I like the challenge of trying to make something new that he’ll love. I also love to try to make the dishes he does love healthier.

  175. Dee W. says:

    My kids are what inspires me in the kitchen. They come up with so many food ideas, and I go in, trying to find a way to make them work (sometimes it’s impossible though)!

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  180. Diana Bradford Hatch says:

    Being able to try new things in the kitchen inspires me

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  182. Nancy says:

    Fresh seasonal ingredients inspire me in the kitchen!

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  188. Tasha Hudgeons says:

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  189. heather mccurdy says:

    I am inspired most by kitchen shows with new and different ingredients.

  190. Ashley says:

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  191. lynn botos says:

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  192. Tracie Trump says:

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  201. Tami Vollenweider says:

    It inspires me by My Husband enjoying ,whatever I cook!

  202. Julie says:

    what inspires me is my daughter she loves all the recipes that have been handed down from all the family members and we love to cook them together I love her face when they are done and not half bad looking.

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  209. Laurie Brown says:

    Cooking a good meal for my family inspires me

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  213. angie boss says:

    My picky kids inspire me to come up with new ideas in the kitchen.
    Thanks!

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  216. CHRISTINE DAY-COONEY says:

    What inspires me are all the recipes i see online and cook shows. I have M.S. and drive a power chair. Cooking keeps me busy and I get exercise doing it. I could win hands down on a cooking competition. I’d call myself THE HOME COOK ON WHEELS. I’m always telling my Son who’s my sue chef that i’m one bad a** short order chef lol

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