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Well my name is Leslie, I was born in Texas and grew up in MEXICO, then when I was a teenager I moved back to Texas. I moved to California when I got married. I just recently got married...(3/5/07). I missed Texas, especially the restaurants, but I am starting to get used to the local restaurants here in the Bay Area! I love cooking, one of my stress release hobbies. I am not much of a baker, for some odd reason. But I love cooking. I'll try to cook as much as I can, and little by little I am trying to be an expert.You know, have that heart knowledge only experience gives you. I love ratings. Anytime I cook something I made everyone tell me their rating (From 1 to 10 being the highest). Thankfully my husband loves eating my cooking, he thinks I am a great chef. I am trying to learn asian cuisine. I am hispanic, my husband is Chinese. He loves hispanic, especially Mexican food though so I am lucky for that, I get to cook all Hispanic dishes so most likely whenever we go out to eat it will be asian cuisine, which by the way I love. I work for a brokerage firm as an office assistant, it was a complete different field, I knew nothing about stocks and such when I started, so I am always learning something new. I have no kids, so its just my husband and I all the time, we like outdoors, such as hiking. I am a Jehovah Witness, I love being one, and truly that defines me. I love traveling (going to Japan next!!) and I love photography, I love taking pictures, scenic that is, not people, unless is my husband (hahaha) Really I am just now learning who I am as a person, I like to called it "my know me phase" (which is been going on for about one year) what I like, what I dislike and trying to improve my lifestyle into a more healthy one. My husband being Asian is a healthy freak, which I think is good. So hopefully that will stick on me more. Oh yeah last but not least I have OCD, having OCD can be difficult at times, not only for the person who has it but also for everyone you interact, but I am trying to be positive about it and control it as much as I can :)