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My family has a recipe heritage from Finland, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Also, I like to try new foods from all sorts of places, this is an american tradition. Some of my favorite recipes are from a Girl Scout cookbook. This is because I am a Girl Scout Leader. During the summer, for one week, I volunteer as Girl Scout program manager at our daycamp. I help manage crafts, songs, games, activities around a central theme. At the same daycamp I am the bus lady. I say things like" Sit down ,don't poke your neighbor." or "Who wants to vote on what song to sing?" I love it. Ok, now what else do I think is worth doing for fun? I like to garden in our yard. My all time favorite "cookbook" is a recipe box from my great grandma, grandma, and mother, in thier own handwriting. My second most favorite cookbook is Mrs. Beeton's all about cookery New Edition circa 1913. I am passionate about people, pets, children. i like attending and volunteering at native american pow wows, summer picnics and meetings. it is a good welcoming club. t native american thru daughter.happy to have learned few recipes there. If I had a month off no work, no responsibilities I would do arts and crafts and read books all night long sleeping in late each morning. I would go to museums in the afternoon, then to the library to get more books. I would cook and eat foods that I remember from my childhood.